Just Kidding, we will be back eventually.
An emotional episode as we come off our hiatus to announce another probably longer hiatus.
I hope you like the song Isis by the Goo Goo Dolls.
Our interview is with Vanessa Hojda and you can find her article about how Nicolas Cage ruined her life here: https://www.tiff.net/the-review/that-time-nicolas-cage-ruined-my-life/
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Welcome to PodCage with Tom and Sam! Or is it Sam and Tom..? The subject of this week's well-researched audio essay is everyone's favourite face-swap movie, Face/Off.
We dig deep on the moral question of whether or not it's ok to have sex with someone's wife as long as you're wearing their face; there's close-up magic broadcast over an audio mediuml; and find out how Tom ended up in A&E on a Friday night.
Also we interview the effervescent Greg MacLennan of the Alamo Drafthouse about getting the big man himself to attend their annual Nicolas Cage Marathon "CAGED".
We recorded and extra episode with Ti while he was at Sam's flat about Bristol Bad Film Club. Mainly, we chatted about The Room and what it is like running a bad film club when not everyone thinks their film is bad.
Also what it is like to hang out with Tommy Wiseau and what is up with The Room documentary, Room Full of Spoons
We managed to talk about Nicolas Cage a bit, spefically no one's favourite film, Wings of the Apache/ Fire Birds.
You can see Ti interview Tommy W here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KCVobjWD7jE
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We're really cooking with fire now. To help us discuss the OSCAR-NOMINATED FILM "Con Air" we enlist the help of Con-Air-superfan and all-round great guy Ti Singh, creator and god of the Bristol Bad Film Club.
Sam gets to the bottom of why John Cusack's suit is so bagggy, Tom is just thinking about KFC, and if you ever thought there was anything wrong with Con Air, Ti is here to tell you why you're wrong. But he'll also give you a cupcake.
Welcome to a great big blockbustin' episode of PodCage! The topic of this week's discussion is 1996's Michael Bay-Explosion film "The Rock". We have a lot of fun shpeaking like Sean Connery and try to get to the bottom of why a chemical weapon would be designed to look like anal beads.
We also speak to BAFTA-nominated writer Mike Carey about his work with Nic and Weston Cage on the graphic novel "Voodoo Child".
We are finally here at Nic Cage's Oscar-winning performance in Leaving Las Vegas (narrowly beating Babe: Pig in the City). We try to lighten the mood of watching a man drink himself to death by playing a drinking game, which goes about as well as you would think.
We also talk about if it's OK to pose for dramatic photos at memorials to genocide and Nicolas Cage related drownings.
It's a new year and a hot new PodCage. A new attitude and all new features! ...Not really, it's still all the same crap.
The first film of 2017 is Kiss of Death, a movie that features many returning faces from the Cage cannon as well as starring a ginger man in a leading role! You don't see that every day.
We wish you a Merry Cagemas, We wish you a Merry Cagemas, We wish you a Merry Cagemas, and a Happy Nic Year!
Welcome to the second episode of the Longest-Shortest-Day-Trilogy and our Christmas special. Our relentless podcasting over the last two weeks means we've made it time for Nicolas Cage's first (and only?) Christmas film, Trapped in Paradise (a film that the cast hated almost as much as we did, referring to it as "Trapped in Bullshit" whilst filming).
Despite the film being a festival of misery, spirits are kept high with the aid of prosecco and Nic Cage-themed gifts.