This week our guest Nick Hurd pitches a long-awaited sequel to the critically acclaimed 2004 Jackman/Beckinsale joint, Van Helsing.
It’s been a while since we last recorded, so before our grand return to the Elevator, Tam brings his pitch from the live show earlier this year: a sequel to his Mexploitation remake starring Legendary Luchador El Santo.
In this week’s season finale, Tam retells one of his abandoned pitches: an adaptation of ‘Doctor Sleep’, Stephen King’s 2013 ‘The Shining’ sequel novel.
Wumi learns about the Psychic life of Danny Torrence, Deeby can’t stop referencing The Simpsons, and Tam really doesn’t want his pitch to turn into a Superhero film.
Deeby follows the modern Disney method with his live-action adaptation of the 1963 Disney Classic(?), ‘The Sword In The Stone’.
We’re all looking forward to the Lego Batman Movie, right? This week we get ourselves ready by pitching our own toy-based films.
Deeby rolls the dice with ‘Snakes and Ladders’, Wumi gets personal with ‘Beanie Babies’ and Tam is down with modern kids in ‘Hatchimals’.
This week’s episode is probably NSFW. Probably.
Everyone loves a good foreign film every once in a while, right? This week, our guest Jan Lukas from German podcast ‘Kompendium des Unbehagens’ introduces us to the Japanese film “Air Doll” and his idea for a spinoff prequel.
We’re up all night for a BRAND NEW EPISODE! (direct link) Here’s what I’ve got for you this week:
We’re back! While we get back into the groove with our own film ideas, we decide to have a look at the actual remakes, reboots and adaptations coming out throughout the year.
This week Tam finally snaps, Deeby loves the Fast and Furious Film Franchise and Wumi’s secretly a Brony?
A whole new world, A new fantastic episode of The Broken Elevator! This isn’t the first time we’ve tackled Disney, but it is for me. With Moana out this week, I tell Deeby three fairy tales that could potentially become films, and he helps me take the best idea from Zero to Hero. (direct link)…
Friend of the show (and ‘Once Upon a Time’ fan) Henry joins Wumi and Deeby to pitch his own dark take on Disney’s Native American princess. Henry Brings Pocahontas to Britain, Wumi wants some Disney/Marvel synergy and Deeby eagerly awaits Pocahontas’ Crowning Moment of Awesome.