David Lees is the co-host of the Silver Screen Snobs film podcast, based out of Melbourne, Australia. He enjoys writing biographies about himself in the third person. Sometimes described as a "moron", he is best known as the co-creator of "one of the most non-sensical pieces of garbage I have ever heard", according to some guy. You can find him on Twitter and .

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Episode 27: Spring Breakers, Mister Lonely

springbreakersLove him or hate him, Harmony Korine’s films are at least conversation starters. This week we review his latest, Spring Breakers, alongside his 2007 Michael Jackson look-a-like movie, Mister Lonely and 2009 VHS nightmare Trash Humpers. Also reviewed: Spellbound, Evil Dead, Side By Side.

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Episode 24: Iron Man 3, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

Iron Man 3Post-Avengers, Marvel has handed the Iron Man 3 reins to Kiss Kiss Bang Bang writer/director Shane Black. We review both films this week as Marvel phase 2 begins. Also reviewed: The Gold Rush, The Guilt Trip, Sightseers, Showgirls, Pumping Iron.

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Episode 22: Oblivion, War of the Worlds

OblivionIt’s a Tom Cruise sci-fi double this week with new epic Oblivion reviewed alongside a retrospective look at the Cruise’s last sci-fi outing, War of the Worlds. Also reviewed: Witness for the Prosecution, Cop Out.

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Episode 21: Trance, Danny Boyle retrospective

TranceThis week we try our best to do justice in only 90 minutes to each and every one of Danny Boyle’s films including his latest, Trance, out now. Also reviewed: 127 Hours, Slumdog Millionaire, Sunshine, Millions, 28 Days Later, The Beach, A Life Less Ordinary, Trainspotting, Shallow Grave.

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Episode 20: Rust and Bone, A Prophet

Rust and BoneCritically acclaimed French drama Rust and Bone by Jacques Audiard is our main feature  this week along with a retrospective review of his previous film, A Prophet. Also reviewed: Beauty and the Beast, Tomorrow When The War Began, Django, Your Sister’s Sister, Mamma Mia, Mojang – The Story of Minecraft, Trick ‘r Treat.

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