This episode is so full it's just a bit silly really. There's a shameful amount of Superhero talk, and a mandatory debate about the Star Wars Trailer. After that, we get classy, reviewing Fast and Furious 7, as well as While We're Young and Force Majeure.
It's a well stocked episode this time, as we introduce Allister McQuarrie to the fray.
We're joined for the first twelve minutes by expert on all things sexual, Nick Batley! Unfortunately, before the reviews begin, Nick's house is hit by a meteor the exact size of his recording equipment, so just imagine he is contributing to a level that completely exlipses Pete and Brodie.
Finally! Everyone who was confused by Inherent Vice can breathe a sigh of relief, for we review Paul Thomas Anderson's latest to reveal that.... we were pretty confused too. But hey we're self aware about it.
We were worried this week's review might get boring as the films are so similar, but we decided to go for it, just like Mila Kunis tends to go for dog men.
So on this fine day, Flynn and Brodie discuss the boisterous Oscar-bait, "Whiplash", before Pete goes against the mainstream and suggests that the Alex Garland directed Sci-fi, Ex Machina, might be a bit pervy, because he is king of feminism!
We're here with a double barrel load of thinking we're clever, with no one around to prove us wrong!
Nerf guns for girls is our latest band name, but surprisingly, there's also talk of movies, including the mandatory review of the trailer for Avengers 2.
The No Brow Show is here, and bringing you a whole new vibe of online film journalism like you've only partially known before!