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Creamguide (Films) Commentaries: The Boys From Brazil

After a seven month gap, during which John Tovey died, but little else of significance occurred, Chris, Craig and Jack are back Back BACK and coming ATCHA with a new podcast commentary, in which Sir Lew of Grade’s inestimable film, The Boys from Brazil comes on the big telly in Chris’ living room.  In this podcast commentary, learn everything you need to know about the Good Guy’s top four films of the year so far and prepare to be amazed as the Boys from Barlanark berate the acting skills of Gregory Peckory.  If you don’t want to listen to the commentary using our player (above), then Download this episode (right click and save) (77 MB). Or, to save you all this hassle, just subscribe to our podcast via iTunes.

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CREAMGUIDE(FILMS) COMMENTARIES will return, but – be assured – that’s their root beer in the fridge.



  1. George White

    October 17, 2018 at 12:12 pm

    I love this film. I really do.

    I think they are right to play down the cloning thing, because it makes more of an adventure, and less of a cold Michael Crichton-type thing.
    1. The actor is Wolf Kahler, yes, he is in Raiders, he’s German but British-based. Anthony Higgins was his second in command in Raiders.
    2. The young woman is Linda Hayden, from Blood on Satan’s Claw and Taste the Blood of Dracula.
    3. You didn’t notice Colonel Von Strohm from ‘Allo ‘Allo is one of the victims in this film.
    4. You didn’t talk enough about Lew Grade.
    5. Dewi Humphreys is now a sitcom director. Did Dibley, French and Saunders, AND Harry Enfield, Neverwhere, AbFab, and he is Welsh. Does Still All Open Hours.

  2. Tarquin Stainrod

    October 21, 2018 at 7:54 pm

    Chris has this thing of cutting across Craig as the latter is trying to tell an interesting anecdote. Craig’ll be three sentences in, and Chris will shout, “Oh look at that” and spend five minutes talking about something insignificant that’s happening on the screen. Even after the anecdote recommences, he’s constantly talking and “cleverly” anticipating what Chris or Jack are saying. It’s bloody exhausting to listen to.

  3. Glenn Aylett

    October 27, 2018 at 12:00 pm

    The music that Mengele was listening to in his hideout/ medical centre was Wagner’s Siegfried Idyll, a rather relaxing piece of music compared with the Nazis favourite composer’s other work.

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