JL110: Blue French Horn

Jimmy and Luke’s latest podcast episode is available for your listening pleasure!
-The HIMYM Finale
-It’s 4/4/14!
-Beware The Horror Ghost plays to 400 people at a festival
-Did you like our April Fool’s joke? Continue reading JL110: Blue French Horn

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JL101: Blocking The Sink

Hey! Hey there! Yes, you! You over there! Yeah! Hey, thanks for downloading our podcast! Yeah, that was really cool! Join us as we discuss the following topics and more:

– The Oscars 2014: Ellen hosts, 12 Years wins, Twitter crashes.
– Adele Dazheem performs ‘Let It Go’
– Luke brings us some pretty boring ‘funny news stories’
– Beware The Horror Ghost premieres to audience appraisal
– Late Night with Seth Meyers Reviewed Continue reading JL101: Blocking The Sink

Jimmy and Luke #99: Episode One Was Deleted

And so it begins…
The 99th episode of The Jimmy & Luke Show has finally arrived, with hilarious recreations of all the Oscar Best Picture nominations, a preview of this year’s ceremony, an exclusive interview with Cian in which he discusses his newly invented time machine and the world premiere of the Beware The Horror Ghost theme song. Continue reading Jimmy and Luke #99: Episode One Was Deleted

JL99: Episode One Was Deleted

And so it begins…
The 99th episode of The Jimmy & Luke Show has finally arrived, with hilarious recreations of all the Oscar Best Picture nominations, a preview of this year’s ceremony, an exclusive interview with Cian in which he discusses his newly invented time machine and the world premiere of the Beware The Horror Ghost theme song.
JL100: Days of Future Past will be released in the next few days and is guaranteed to be unforgettable. Stay tuned! Continue reading JL99: Episode One Was Deleted

Jimmy and Luke #87: Review of the Year 2013

Finally, the shitty year that was two thousand and thirteen is coming to a close, and what better way to ring in the sure-to-be-even-worse 2014 than by listening to your favourite mediocre podcast?! Join Jimmy, Luke and (for a rare treat) Cian as they count down Luke’s list of the best movies, tv, music and books, and the biggest news stories of the year that … Continue reading Jimmy and Luke #87: Review of the Year 2013

Film Review: The Hobbit- The Desolation of Smaug

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NOW YOU’RE TOLKIEN! The first person to appear onscreen in The Hobbit Part II: The Desolation of Smaug in 3D, High Frame Rate 3D, IMAX 3D and 2D in selected theatres (as it should be referred to) is its director, Peter Jackson. Jackson has cameoed in all of his previous four Middle-Earth adventures, but the fact that he has now put himself… Continue reading Film Review: The Hobbit- The Desolation of Smaug

Film Review: Anchorman 2- The Legend Continues

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NEWS TEAM, REASSEMBLE! It seems odd to give an extremely positive review to a film that causes you physical pain throughout its duration. Surely, if something gave you a stomach ache for a whole day, you wouldn’t go home and write about how great it was. However, when that pain is due to 2 hours of almost non-stop hilarity, the people… Continue reading Film Review: Anchorman 2- The Legend Continues

Film Review: Thor- The Dark World

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Everyone’s gotten over The Avengers by now. That’s the main message that one will take away from Marvel’s second post-Whedon film after May’s Iron Man 3, which unfortunately suffered from a severe case of ‘This-isn’t-as-good-as-Avengers-itus’. Some film had to take the hit of being next in line after The Battle of New York exploded onto our screens in Summer 2012, and Shane Black… Continue reading Film Review: Thor- The Dark World

TV Review: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D 1×1: “Pilot”

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And so we discovered why we couldn’t touch Lola. It was Chitty Chitty Bang Bang all along! So began Marvel’s first foray into live-action television, a hugely anticipated show from nerd-God Joss Whedon and his brother and sister-in-law. The show marketed as the ‘Return to the Screen of Clark Gregg’s Beloved Agent Coulson’ (Marvel can’t even kill off this guy!), but… Continue reading TV Review: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D 1×1: “Pilot”

Jimmy and Luke #65: Fire City

The new episode of The Jimmy & Luke Show is available! – Fair City: Someone Dies! – The King of Quizzes: Jimmy’s in the lead! – Judge Jimmy: A Robbery Occurs – Agents of… Agents of… Agents of… SHIEEEEEEELD! Twitter: @jimmylukeshow Facebook: JimmyandLuke DOWNLOAD https://ia902504.us.archive.org/17/items/luccewada_yahoo_JL61/JL65_%20Fire%20City.mp3 Continue reading Jimmy and Luke #65: Fire City

Jimmy and Luke #64: Technology Special

On the second of our post-Summer news specials, Michael gives Luke the complete lowdown on the iPhone 5S/5C, the next Apple operation system and handwriting-related genetics. Plus, discussion of the movie ‘Jobs’ and why ‘Grand Theft Auto’ is destroying society. Twitter: @jimmylukeshow Facebook: jimmyandluke Tumblr: jimmyandluke DOWNLOAD https://ia902504.us.archive.org/17/items/luccewada_yahoo_JL61/JL64_%20Technology%20Special.mp3 Continue reading Jimmy and Luke #64: Technology Special

Jimmy and Luke #63: Movie News 101

In a (somewhat) special episode of The Jimmy & Luke Show, Luke gives poor, innocent, ignorant Michael the lowdown on Fantastic Beasts, Batman VS Superman, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Days of Future Past, The Dark World, The Winter Soldier and more! Facebook.com/JimmyandLuke Twitter.com/JimmyLukeShow Jimmyandluke.tumblr.com DOWNLOAD https://ia902504.us.archive.org/17/items/luccewada_yahoo_JL61/JL63_%20Movie%20News%20101.mp3 Continue reading Jimmy and Luke #63: Movie News 101

Fall 2013’s Twenty Most Notable New Shows

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September is only a few weeks away, and we’re starting to get very excited about a lot of new US drama and comedy shows. Here’s our list of what you need to check out come Fall. ALMOST HUMAN JJ Abrams’ Fringe ended a tough five-year run last year, and this new sci-fi drama looks perfect to take its place on FOX, starring Star… Continue reading Fall 2013’s Twenty Most Notable New Shows

Exclusive: Zachary Quinto says ‘Star Trek 3’ will shoot next year, Abrams may direct and more

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At a special public interview at the 2013 Galway Film Fleadh on Friday, July 12, Zachary Quinto discussed his illustrious career and his roles in Star Trek, Heroes and American Horror Story. BuzzHub had a front-row seat, and witnessed first hand what Quinto had to say about his current and future projects, including some revealing and intriguing information! When asked about his role as… Continue reading Exclusive: Zachary Quinto says ‘Star Trek 3’ will shoot next year, Abrams may direct and more

‘Lost’ But Not Forgotten: My Binge-Viewing of the Show That Defined A Century

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September 22, 2014 marks the tenth anniversary of both the airing of Lost’s pilot in the US, and the date that Oceanic Flight 815 crashed on The Island. To celebrate, here’s a BuzzHub original article from July 2013 on the show. An eye opens. It is the left eye of a man named Jack Shepherd. He is a doctor from Los… Continue reading ‘Lost’ But Not Forgotten: My Binge-Viewing of the Show That Defined A Century

Film Review: Monsters University

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After pleasing the Pooh’s Heffalump Movie target audience with the disappointingly childish Cars II and Brave for the last two Summers, Pixar has come back to what they have always done best, pleasing everyone, with this prequel to their 2001 comedy. The original Monsters is certainly not Pixar’s best film, or even one of their five best films, and for that reason, my expectations for University were extremely… Continue reading Film Review: Monsters University

Film Review: Despicable Me 2

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Nutshell: More Minions, Less Laughs One quick way of summing up the immense difference in quality between 2010’s Despicable Me and it’s sequel is the fact that Julie Andrews, one of the greatest living actresses and singers, has not reprised her role as Gru’s mother this time around. In no way does that imply that she was not happy with the film, but the… Continue reading Film Review: Despicable Me 2

Film Review: The Hangover Part III

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2009’s The Hangover was called, at time of release, “one of the funniest comedies ever”. It wasn’t. Sure, it has its moments: Mr Chow jumping out of the trunk nude, the taser gun scene, but as a comedy film, I wasn’t a big fan. Then came 2011’s Part II, one of the most violently unfunny, homophobic and racist films ever released, and a… Continue reading Film Review: The Hangover Part III

Film Review: Fast & Furious 6

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It’s only May, and Furious 6 (as the director intended it to be called) is already the fourth Dwayne Johnson film released in the US. Then again, how hard can it be to make that many films, when your idea of acting is shouting, walking really really fast and throwing people in the air? That said, Johnson is joyfully fun to watch… Continue reading Film Review: Fast & Furious 6

Film Review: Star Trek Into Darkness

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SPOILER ALERT: THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SOME STID SPOILERS! Gene Roddenberry would turn in his grave if he saw this film. The Star Trek creator, who died in 1991, intended his idea as a tense, politically-infused drama that just happened to be set to the backdrop of space. Over the years, the ST shows and films got more and more action-packed, and less and less intelligently… Continue reading Film Review: Star Trek Into Darkness

Film Review: Oblivion

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Watching Oblivion, I figured out some stuff that Joseph Kosinski likes to put in his films. That’s to say, the two films he has directed: both major Hollywood ‘tentpole’ science-fiction blockbusters. The first was, of course, 2010’s disappointing Tron: Legacy, the main fault of which was the lack of a major star and the casting of the spectacularly uncharismatic Garret Hedlund in… Continue reading Film Review: Oblivion

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It says an awful lot about today’s cinema-going audiences that when Sam Raimi, director of the Spider-Man trilogy- three of the highest-grossing films of the 2000s, has a new, family-oriented film out, his name isn’t even on the poster! Instead is the sentence- ‘From the creators of Alice in Wonderland’. Firstly, Lewis Carroll created Alice, not Disney, Secondly, as you will… Continue reading

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At time of writing, The Incredible Burt Wonderstone is probably the biggest flop of 2013 so far, and has sent the future careers of its stars Steve Carell and Jim Carrey into a vortex of uncertainty. Who’s to blame anyone for not going to see it, considering the almost non-existent publicity campaign and the impossibly tedious title (Alan Arkin couldn’t even remember what… Continue reading

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Ray Milland in ‘The Man With The X-Ray Eyes’ It is widely considered that Roger Corman’s The Man With The X-Ray Eyes (or ‘X’, as it was called on release) is the best film of the 1960s B-movie heyday. The film’s extraordinarily entertaining combination of gore, romance and adventure make it a very enjoyable watch, even if one has only started watching it… Continue reading

Assemble Listeners! Jimmy and Luke need your help!

Jimmy and Luke have lost their archive of episodes due to a technical issue, meaning they have no access to old shows to use in montages or rerelease! We want you to upload ANY SHOW RELEASED PRIOR TO EPISODE 41 using the widget below, and everyone you submits shows will receive a personal, exclusive mini-episode all for themselves!  Loading Uploadthingy file upload form… // <![CDATA[ var … Continue reading Assemble Listeners! Jimmy and Luke need your help!

The Mystery: The Story So Far

Every Sunday we release three seemingly unrelated images on the site, all of which will eventually build up to make our super secret project complete. Here’s what’s out so far: Taylor Swift looking super-hot on stage A spear FEB32013   A small island Jennifer Lawrence A still from the 2005 film Robots   JAN272013 A Pirate Hat with skull and crossbones A woman insulating an attic … Continue reading The Mystery: The Story So Far

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President Barack Obama rode a wave of broad support from minorities, women and  moderates to win re-election Tuesday, defeating Republican challenger Mitt  Romney in Democratic strongholds and key battleground states. Returns put Obama at a  projected 303 electoral votes to Romney’s 206, giving Obama the 270 electoral  votes needed to secure a second term. Joyful supporters danced  and cheered at Obama’s… Continue reading