Latest Episodes

Silver Screen Queens 58: 22 Jump Street

2 July 2014 • 32 minutes, 11 seconds

Dynamic crime fighting duo Jenko and Schmidt return from their undercover adventure busting high school drug dealers to bust drug dealers in college. It’s so meta, it could be described as heavy meta.

Mobile Couch 34: Tuples, Chuples, Twooples

23 June 2014 • 1 hour, 14 minutes

Swift: everyone’s excited about it, but that doesn’t mean it’s without oddities, shortfalls and issues. The couch attempts to cover as much of what they’ve learned so far about Apple’s new programming language, and in the mean time, discover that there are some things they simply cannot understand about this language.

Silver Screen Queens 56: Edge of Tomorrow

18 June 2014 • 31 minutes, 22 seconds

Somehow, Tom Cruise pitched Saving Private Ryan meets District 9 meets Groundhog Day and somehow it works. We think it has something to do with Emily Blunt’s muscles.

Silver Screen Queens 55: The Fault in Our Stars

11 June 2014 • 42 minutes, 33 seconds

It’s the weepy teen romance for this generation, a tumblr favourite featuring it-kids Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort as teenagers with cancer who meet in support group and fall in love. Laura Dern as Woodley’s mother is the hero of the movie for your old-lady reviewers.

Mobile Couch 33: Ukelele and Claps

11 June 2014 • 1 hour, 27 minutes

Russell Ivanovic joins Jake and Jelly to discuss the fall out from this year’s WWDC: the things they’re excited about, the things that are going to change the ecosystem, and most importantly, the story of Rusty’s visit to Noosa with Google Now.

Silver Screen Queens 54: Maleficent

4 June 2014 • 57 minutes, 17 seconds

Angelina Jolie stars as the ‘bad’ fairy from Disney’s Sleeping Beauty, now given the chance to tell her own story anew. Queen Angelina rules this film while Elle Fanning, Sharlto Copley and Sam Riley bask in her glow.

Silver Screen Queens 53: X-Men: Days of Future Past

28 May 2014 • 42 minutes, 29 seconds

Two generations of mutants team up for time travel shenanigans and 1970s haircuts and some hardcore alternate universe retrospective continuity. Lots happens, and James McAvoy steals the show.

Mobile Couch 32: More Static Analyser Warnings

26 May 2014 • 1 hour, 5 minutes

Following up on the discussion about auto layout in the last episode, Jake and Jelly team up to compare it with manual frame management in a view from one of Jelly’s projects. Then come the WWDC predictions for language, frameworks, and even hardware as the couch attempts to peek into the future for what awaits us in the next couple of weeks.

Silver Screen Queens 52: The Lego Movie

21 May 2014 • 32 minutes, 17 seconds

A surprise hit on its February release, The Lego Movie didn’t make it to Australia for two months. With the iTunes/Blu-ray/DVD release imminent, we take a look.