In the latest episode of Film Stories with Simon Brew, the Star Trek sequel that took twice as long as expected, and the British comedy drama shot in under two weeks
In the latest episode of the Film Stories with Simon Brew podcast, Simon looks at a pair of 90s movies that each faced its own battle
In the latest episode of Film Stories with Simon Brew, Simon looks at two films that each took around a decade to made it to the screen
In the latest episode of Film Stories with Simon Brew, Simon’s got a pair of Christmas classics to talk about! Following the death of Muppet-creator Jim Henson in 1990, the people he left behind decided to keep going
Come join us as we take a brief look back at the production of ‘A Few Good Men’ and revisit a tragic tale that may be related to the film’s journey into existence
1992's Batman Returns saw Tim Burton return to Gotham City, but more on his own terms. However, that didn't necessarily mean things were much easier for him. Meanwhile, 1999's Wild Wild West was, at the time, the most expensive blockbuster the studio had ever produced. And yet even before its release, it seems that Warner Bros was fast losing faith with it.
Simon Brew returns for the second episode of Film Stories, where he looks at the difficulty in bringing 1992's Patriot Games to the screen. And then the budget constraints on Dirty Dancing, and how the film nearly went straight to video after its first cut.