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14 March 2014  |  Written by Ali Plumb  |  Source: Exclusive / SoundCloud

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Do you feel the need, the need to, um, listen to the Empire Podcast? Good, because here's this week's edition, featuring the exceptionally delightful Imogen Poots (of A Long Way Down fame - out next week) and Jonathan Glazer (of Under The Skin, Sexy Beast and that Guinness advert fame).

As well as your usual dose of movie reviews, news and views, look forward to in-depth discussions of both Steven Seagal and Chuck Norris's oeuvres, as well as a quiz involving movie titles with exclamation points at the end. It's really quite interesting, honest (!).

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Norris/Seagal convergence
This episode had me giggling on a drive this morning to Albuquerque, in particular, the conversation about the Oscar Hunger Games, which was deliriously unhinged. Anyhow, Norris and Steven Seagal do have a bit of a career overlap going back to the '80s, which is interesting, if overlaps are your thing. Both "Code of Silence" (Norris) and "Above the Law" (Seagal) were directed by Andrew Davis, who later went on to bring us Seagal's finest cinematic credit with "Under More

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Chuck Vs. Seagal
Chuck wins my vote by virtue of the fact that his earlier films are chock full of ninjas in full-on bad ass pajama mode. Or rather, they're CHUCK full of ninjas! Haha! See what I did there? Sorry. But also because Chuck made some great Cannon Group epics like INVASION USA and THE DELTA FORCE, which will both forever be prime candidates for Best '80s Action Cheesefest Double Feature . And in all seriousness, he starred in the genuinely terrific cop thriller CODE OF SILENCE, directed by fu More

Posted by MikeTank at 17:39 on 14 March 2014 | Report This Post

Movies Whose Titles End With An Exclamation Point
...or ZAPPED! (Well, actually, I *can* believe that you forgot that one.) More

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Movies Whose Titles End With An Exclamation Point
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