Episode 48 – O Casta, Where Art Thou?

February 22, 2012


O Casta, Where Art Thou (right click and “save as” for download)

We know, we know; it’s been a while but hey we’re hear now so don’t bend our ears too much!

Casta La Vista is back for another fun foray into filmland with reviews of the Muppets, the Descendants, Carnage, Haywire, Woman in Black and Underworld: Awakening Corialanus and a healthy dose of our standard nonsense.



Episode 47 – The Castinet of Dr. Caligari

January 18, 2012


The Castinet of Dr Caligari (right click and “save as” for download)

Are you ready for your first dose of Casta La Vista goodness in 2012? Well you’d better be as it’s here and it’s piping hot! As always after a bit of a break we’ve got loads of films to cover this episode so get ready for reviews of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Sherlock Holmes: Game of Shadows, The Artist, War Horse, The Iron lady, Shame, Puss in Boots, Another Earth and New Year’s Eve.


The Castastrophies 2011

December 25, 2011


The Castastrophies 2011 (right click and “save as” for download)


Merry Christmas everyone from your best friends at Casta La Vista! We’re here to spread some festive cheer and give you the run down of our best and worst of the all too interesting 2011. Hope you enjoy and we look forward to getting back in the saddle early in 2012!

Episode 46 – Castalive III: The Castford Wives

December 14, 2011


The Castford Wives (right click and “save as” for download)

Hold on to your hats for a festive treat as we’re joined by our very lovely ladies in the third Castalive!  We got together to celebrate a fine Sunday lunch and have a nice chinwag about movies where we review (in a roundabout way) Hugo, 50/50, Moneyball, My Week with Marilyn and The Rum Diaries and give Jonathan Taylor Thomas more media coverage than he’s received in the last ten years!

Oh and as a special Christmas treat here’s the Complaint letter we refer to. Deserved anti-ded!

Episode 44 – Viva Cast Vegas

September 6, 2011


Viva Cast Vegas (right click and “save as” for download)

Apologies for the delay Casta Fans but here’s your brand new episode, just a little later than usual. We’ve got reviews of Cowboys & Aliens, The Inbetweeners Movie and Conan the Barbarian (oh and Chris references my review of  The Guard) as well as the usual fun which will leave you chewing leather (question mark?exlamation mark!)

The trailers in this episode’s TRAILER POWER!!! (or as Chris wrote it; TrailerPower) are; Blackthornthe Woman in Black, Abduction, Margaret, Puncture & The Father of Invention. Let us know your thoughts on these or any other trailers out right now.

Just as Chrazza Mazza has himself all set up with internets, Chrazza Wazza decides to go on a month long honeymoon! Never fear though friends as there’ll be some new content in the break between episodes proper with a very special appearance from a Casta La Vista favourite. Until then!

Episode 42 – Cast on a Hot Tin Roof

August 2, 2011


Cast on a Hot Tin Roof (right click and “save as” for download)

It’s our birthday! That’s right, it’s already two years since Casta La Vista first hit the interwebs and brought joy back into your life! Join us for a celebratory show where we review Captain America: The First Avenger, Horrible Bosses and the (surprisingly good) Hobo with a Shotgun and wave a fond farewell to an old friend. All whilst sat in the incredible comfort of the Volkswagen Jetta!

Trailer Power!!! links: The Ides of March, Tucker and Dale vs. Evil, Battleship, Tower Heist, A Good old Fashioned Orgy, Haywire, The Iron Lady, Bellflower, Red Tails and for The Avengers, you’ll need to stick around out Captain America in cinemas now!

Episode 41 – Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Castaban

July 19, 2011


Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Castaban (right click and “save as” for download)

It’s time to wave our wands and bid a fond farewell to the most profitable film franchise of all time (and yes that surprised me too!) – in true Casta fashion however, the farewell isn’t necessarily a fond one… We’ve also got reviews of The Tree of Life and Holy Rollers as well as TRAILER POWER!!! (underlined and in bold), inane chatter and the most underwhelming Castamind yet.