Episode 44c – Rosencast and Guildenstern are Dead

October 4, 2011


Rosencast& Guildenstern are Dead (right click and “save as” for download)

Do you love Gary Oldman? If so then you’ll love episode 44c of Casta La Vista as Chris goes off on a bit of a love fest for everybody’s favourite super versatile middle aged English acting gentleman. Inbetween the gushing there’s also reviews of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, The Change Up and Warrior and of course some TRAILER POWER!

Trailers in this episode’s Trailer Power are; The Rum DiaryExtremely Loud and Incredibly CloseWe Need to Talk about Kevin, John Dies at the End and Paranormal Activity 3.

Hopefully Brother W will have finished his jaunt by the time the next episode rolls around so we should be back up to full Casta team power by then. Big thanks go out to Adam Cadwell again for kindly guest hosting a second time (and doing it much better this time around!).


Episode 44b – So I Married a Cast Murderer

September 20, 2011

So I Married a Cast Murderer (right click and “save as” for download)

Brother Wakeman is off on honeymoon but no fear! Casta La Vista is still here to sate your filmic hunger! What do we really know about Chris’ new bride? Not a lot actually… she could end up being a Cast Murderer! (booo!) . Given this potentially horrific course of events, we thought we’d treat you to a late summer horror special!

Casta La Vista is by no means a one man sho, so guest hosting this episode is the fancastic friend of the show Adam Cadwell; listen in as he bumbles his way through the regular Casta content as we (amongst other things) review Friends with Benefits, Apollo 18 and Kill List.

The trailers discussed in this episode’s Trailer Power (*insert lightning here*) were: 30 Minutes or Less, MelancholiaDream House and Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark and as referenced in the dying seconds of the episode, I am Legend 2: Awakening.

We’ll be back for another Wakeman-less episode in a fortnight. Kisses!

Guest Review – Martin

July 13, 2010

Adam Cadwell what a guy! Not only did he have the massive good fortune of living with me for eighteen months, he’s also a pretty talented artist. Who’da thunk it?

Anywho in a nice change to our regular reviews all being WORDS, Adam has constructed a nice visual review (with words) which was originally written for Electric Sheep Magazine – but hey it’s too good for you guys not to see! (or for me to steal)