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Black Sheep 2: Mutton Apocalypse

Black Sheep 2: Mutton Apocalypse

July 6, 2020

Flesh eating zombie sheep run rampant in the inventively gory New Zealand horror-comedy Black Sheep. On this week's episode, we break down the plot and attempt to pitch some truly baa-my sequels (sorry...)

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Every week on Beyond The Box Set, we take a look back at a notable standalone movie from the past, and shamelessly riff on possible sequel, prequel or spin-off ideas that might bring them back to the big screen. Sometimes we're inspired, sometimes we're insane, but we always rise to the occasion...

Our show has received rave reviews from listeners and been featured as a 'Podcast of the Week' by sources including The Guardian, Apple Podcasts and Podbean. We release a new episode every Friday morning, available totally free to anyone who hits subscribe on their preferred podcatcher. 

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00.00: If you're looking for a movie in which an undead sheep chews off a man's penis...

34.45: Black Sheep Drinking Games

41.10: Black Sheep: The Tewe Towers

51.35: Black Sheep 2: The Mutton Apocalypse 

57.30: Listener Submissions & Episode 175 Preview

Edge of Tomorrow: Live, Kill, Repeat…

Edge of Tomorrow: Live, Kill, Repeat…

June 28, 2020

With his refusal to age and curiously immobile hairline, Tom Cruise clearly knows a thing or two about time travel. In the final instalment of our current mini-season, we take a look back at one of his better roles of recent years, the action-packed blockbuster Edge of Tomorrow

Join us as we discuss Cruise (briefly) playing against type, attempt to navigate the huge leaps in logic this movie demands of us, and debate whether the film would have enjoyed a stronger box office run with its intended title Live, Die Repeat... 

We've also got drinking games, listener reviews and of course our sequel pitches. Think you've got a better idea? Find us on social media and let us know!

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Every week on Beyond The Box Set, we take a classic standalone movie, dissect the plot and compete to pitch the most ridiculous prequel, sequel or spin-off ideas to bring them back to the big screen. We've been on this ride for over three years now, and no matter how many times you kill us, we'll just keep coming back...

If you enjoy the show, please hit subscribe to receive a new episode every Monday morning, and consider leaving us a rating or review - it really helps us to build our audience and improve our visibility. 

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00.00: J-Squad needed to pick an accent and stick to it

42:50 Edge of Tomorrow Drinking Games

50.00: Edge of Tomorrow: Live, Kill Repeat

1.06.00: Edge of Tomorrow: Jellicle Squad

1.20.10: Episode 173 Preview & Listener Submissions

See You Yesterday

See You Yesterday

June 22, 2020

With a plot that features striking parallels to the tragic recent events that sparked the global Black Lives Matter protests, we were initially concerned that See You Yesterday might prove to be too bleak for us to talk about humorously. Thankfully, the debut feature from writer-director Stefon Bristol is as charming and entertaining as it is thought provoking, offering a thoroughly modern take on the well-worn 'teens discover time travel' trope. 

 

Initially filmed as a short, which fortuitously fell into the hands of producer Spike Lee, See You Yesterday stars Eden Duncan-Smith and Danté Crichlow as a pair of New York youths with a passion for engineering, who improbably invent a working time machine for a high school project. Being teenagers, they immediately use their new-found powers to spy on their past selves and hurl slushies at an obnoxious ex-boyfriend - until tragedy strikes and the film takes a powerful turn. 

To say much more would be to spoil things, but suffice to say we both highly recommend this movie - which is available for streaming right now on Netflix. On this week's podcast, we break down the plot, brainstorm some drinking games and attempt to work the intentionally ambiguous ending into some sequel pitches.

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Normally, this is the place where we'd flog our Patreon page and ask for some reviews - but given the subject matter of this film and the moment of history we're currently living through, that doesn't feel quite appropriate. Instead, we'd like to strongly encourage you to donate to some BLM charities, do some learning, make your voice heard - or just make a point of watching a few more films by directors who aren't white men. 

If you're interested in the former, here are some very good foundations who are well worth your support:

https://www.stophateuk.org/

https://secure.actblue.com/donate/ms_blm_homepage_2019

https://secure.givelively.org/donate/the-bail-project

https://www.ukblackpride.org.uk/ukbp-donate

https://www.gofundme.com/f/5mfzcp-black-girls-camping-trip

Thank you

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00.00: John is still bitter about missing the BitCoin boat

32.35: See You Yesterday Drinking Games

41.55: See You Yesterday: Rise of Justice Girl

52.30: See You Yesterday 2: See Me Tomorrow

1.03.35: Episode 172 Preview & Listener Submissions

Source Code: Hard Reboot

Source Code: Hard Reboot

June 15, 2020

What would you do if you only had eight minutes to live? Oh, and also, you're stuck on a train, you have no idea how you got there, and you're stuck in somebody else's body...

A fast-paced thriller from Moon director Duncan Jones, Source Code puts an action-packed spin on the Groundhog Day concept with more than a hint of Quantum Leap added to the mix. In this week's podcast we discuss the pros and cons of waking up in the body of Jake Gyllenhaal, Jeffrey Wright's bizarrely over-enunciated villainy, plot hole distraction techniques and much more - plus our usual blend of listener reviews, drinking games and sequel pitches!

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Beyond The Box Set is a movie podcast with a twist. Each week, we watch a classic standalone movie and compete to pitch the most ridiculous prequel, sequel or spin-off ideas to bring them back to the big screen. We've been discussing all of your favourites for over three years, and like a runaway train in an endless time loop, we have no intention of slowing down...

If you enjoy the show, please hit subscribe to receive a new episode every Monday morning, and consider leaving us a rating or review - it really helps us to build our audience and improve our visibility. 

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00.00: In praise of the ruthlessly efficient B-movie

32:50 Source Code Drinking Games

39.20: Stealing Source Code

51.20: Source Code 2: Hard Reboot

1.02.55: Episode 171 Preview & Listener Submissions

Panic Room 2: Anxiety Closet

Panic Room 2: Anxiety Closet

April 20, 2020

Our shut-in season continues with a tightly-wound thriller in which Jodie Foster and baby Kristen Stewart fend off a trio of invaders with the help of some high-tech home security... from the mind of Fight Club director David Fincher, it's Panic Room...

Tune into this week's episode as we discuss questionable Evian branding, questionable character choices, Jared Leto as an unlikely comic relief and more, plus all the usual drinking games, listener submissions and sequel pitches!

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Beyond The Box Set is a tribute to standalone cinema with a creative twist. Each week, we take a look back at a notable one-off movie and compete to pitch the most ridiculous sequels, prequels and spin-offs to bring them back to the big screen. We've recorded over 160 episodes, so find a film you love and dive in to discover a new twist on some old favourites...

If you enjoy the show, hit subscribe to receive a new episode direct to your inbox every Monday morning, and please consider leaving us a positive review on your preferred podcatcher - it really does help us to expand our listenership.

We also offer a wide range of incentives for dedicated listeners over on Patreon - including extended episodes, bonus shows, promo slots, crossover opportunities and much more - all for as little as $2 per month.

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00.00: Who didn't love Poe's last album? 

40.45: Panic Room Drinking Games

45.30: Panic Room 2: The Great Switcheroo

1.02.30: The Panic Room: A Tommy Wiseau Movie 

1.11.00: Episode 163 Preview & Listener Submissions

Outbreak 2: The Virus Takes Manhattan

Outbreak 2: The Virus Takes Manhattan

April 6, 2020

Our Pandemic mini-series continues with a 90s schlock-action classic from Air Force One director Wolfgang Pietersen. Starring a miscast Dustin Hoffman, a wasted Rene Russo and actual Marcel the Monkey from Friends, it's Outbreak!

Tune in to hear our thoughts on Donald Sutherland's hairpiece of villainy, one-scene character actors seizing the moment, an alarming amount of flagrant medical malpractice and much more as we dive into a movie that may be somewhat relevant, but remains mercifully, ludicrously of its time...

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Beyond The Box Set is a British movie podcast with a twist. Every week, we take a classic standalone movie and compete to pitch creative sequel, prequel or spin-off ideas to bring them back to the big screen. From Oscar Bait to Action epics and everything in between, we're putting a new spin on all your favourite one-off screen gems!

 If you enjoy the show, please hit subscribe to receive a new episode every Monday morning, and don't forget to leave us a five-star review on your preferred podcatcher! You can also sign up to our Patreon page to access a range of bonus content including bonus episodes, extended episodes, crossover opportunities and much more, all for as little as $2 per month!

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00.00: Exploring Harry's childhood fear of Monkeys

48.00: Outbreak Drinking Games

54.35: Outbreak 2: Proboscis Negative

1.09.10: Outbreak 2: The Virus Takes Manhattan 

1.24.55: Episode 161 Preview & Listener Submissions

Contagion, Actually

Contagion, Actually

March 28, 2020

It's the all-star popcorn thriller that accidentally became a haunting documentary... but is Steven Soderbergh's Contagion actually a great movie, or just an unexpectedly relevant one? 

In this week's podcast, we discuss film star hygiene, the perils of plotting an ensemble movie, unnecessary slut-shaming and more as we take a deep dive into a once-forgotten movie that's suddenly back on everyone's radar. 

We also have our usual round of drinking games, listener submissions and a sequel pitch that ask the vital question - what if the events of this film invaded the reality of a classic festive Rom Com? Intrigued? Tune in to find out more...

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Beyond The Box Set is a viral sensation in which classic movies are infected with the most insidious virus of them all - sequel fever! Each week we discuss a timeless standalone feature and compete to pitch the most ridiculous sequel, prequel and spin-off ideas to bring them to the big screen.

If you enjoy this week's episode, please hit subscribe to receive a brand new episode every Friday morning. A positive review on your preferred podcasting app also really helps us out, and if you really like us, you can sign up to our Patreon for as little as $2 per month to access a host of exciting incentives including bonus episodes, extended episodes, a regular 30 second ad slot, crossover opportunities and much more!

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00.00: Killing Gwyneth 

24.30: Contagion Drinking Games

36.00: Contagion 2: Election Season 

46.05: Contagion, Actually

54.00Episode 160 Preview & Listener Submissions

Lucy Goosey & The Jang Gang (feat. How to Survive Your Twenties)

Lucy Goosey & The Jang Gang (feat. How to Survive Your Twenties)

March 22, 2020

Luc Besson's Lucy is a wild 90 minute rollercoaster that starts off as a standard issue crime thriller before taking a hard left turn into sci-fi, time travel and dinosaurs. 

Clearly, this was going to take a little bit of extra help to unpack, so on this week's podcast, we're joined by Joe & Jonah from How To Survive Your Twenties. Tune in to hear our thoughts on Scarlet Johansson's questionable moral compass, Morgan Freeman doing a TED Talk, bizarre phrasing choices and much more... plus sequel ideas, drinking games and all your usual faves...

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Beyond The Box Set is a hit British movie podcast with a difference. Every week, we don't just review a classic movie - we pitch a full blown sequel idea to bring it back to the big screen. Featuring special guests, listener interaction and a bunch of fun regular features, we're aiming to change the way you look at some of your favourite films...

If you enjoy this week's episode, please hit subscribe to receive a brand new episode every Friday morning. A positive review on your preferred podcasting app also really helps us out, and if you really like us, you can sign up to our Patreon for as little as $2 per month to access a host of exciting incentives including bonus episodes, extended episodes, a regular 30 second ad slot, crossover opportunities and much more!

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00.00: The Superman problem...

58.15: Lucy Drinking Games

1.03.15: The ScarJo Cinematic Universe

1.10.45: Lucy Goosey & The Jang Gang

1.28.45: Lucy 2.0

1.41.15Episode 159 Preview & Listener Submissions

Skyscraper 2: Mile High Club

Skyscraper 2: Mile High Club

March 13, 2020

What are the ingredients of a perfect movie? Originality? Compelling performances? Unpredictable plot twists?

Ask our co-host Harry and he'll sum the answer up in four words - Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson. Is he right? Find out in this week's episode as we take a look back at the former WWF superstar's towering 2018 action hit Skyscraper. 

Tune in for our thoughts on creative use of a fake leg, possible duct tape sponsorships, bad guy overload and much more, plus drinking games, listener submissions and of course, sequel pitches! 

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Beyond The Box Set is a hit British movie podcast that goes where no show has gone before. Every week, we don't just review a classic movie - we pitch a full blown sequel idea to bring it back to the big screen. Featuring special guests, listener interaction and some inspired and unfilmable story ideas, our show will change the way you look at some of your favourite films...

If you enjoy this week's episode, please hit subscribe to receive a brand new episode every Friday morning. A positive review on your preferred podcasting app also really helps us out, and if you really like us, you can sign up to our Patreon for as little as $2 per month to access a host of exciting incentives including bonus episodes, extended episodes,a regular 30 second ad slot, crossover opportunities and much more!

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00.00: The Rock is definitely in the MCU

35.30: Skyscraper Drinking Games

38.40: Skyscraper: The Next Level

52.45: Skyscraper 2: Mile High Club

1.05.30Episode 158 Preview & Listener Submissions

Out of Sight 2: The Buddy System

Out of Sight 2: The Buddy System

February 24, 2020

The dust may have settled on this year's Oscar drama, but we're still not ready to let go of J.Lo's outrageous snub in Best Supporting Actress. So this week, we're going all the way back to one of most acclaimed breakout performances in 1998's steamy thriller Out of Sight.

Tune in to hear our thoughts on car boot meet cutes, Goldfish rights, George Clooney's questionable bank robbing strategy and more, plus drinking games, listener submissions and of course sequel pitches! 

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Beyond The Box Set is a movie podcast with a twist. Every week, we take a look back at a classic standalone movie and compete to pitch ridiculous sequel, prequel or spin-off ideas to bring them back onto the big screen. 

If you enjoy this week's episode, hit subscribe to receive a new episode every Friday morning and please consider leaving a rating or review on your preferred podcatcher. You can also gain access to a range of incentives - including bonus shows, extended episodes, a 30 second ad slot and opportunities to choose the films we discuss in the future - by supporting us for as little as $2 per month on Patreon. 

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00.00: Harry has some things to say...

41.50: Out of Sight Drinking Games

45.15: Out of Sight 2: Out of Office

58.25: Out of Sight 2: The Buddy System

1.09.40: Episode 155 Preview & Listener Submissions