The Best Movies You've Never Seen
Stephen Fenech is the movie buff. Trevor Long hasn't seen any great movies. Together they re-watch some great movies and unpack what they liked or not about each one.
Raiders of the Lost Ark
An early 1980's gem, pardon the pun - with Harrison Ford starring as Indiana Jones in Raiders of the Lost Ark.
Trev's knowledge of it is slim, so Stephen brings a range of insights into the creation and making of this Oscar winner.
Timeless as well, with many more Indiana Jones made since including another one today.
Join Trevor and Stephen with Fetch and Hisense as we unpack the Best Movies you've never seen
A Silly Action Movie - but awesome as well. This 1997 Jerry Bruckheimer film stars Nicolas Cage, John Cusack and John Malkovich who are all part of a story surrounding prisoner transfers.
The worst of the worst criminals are on a plane, alongside a man on his way to parole based freedom when things go down on board.
It's an action film, but also a bit mad, so it's a lot of fun too - but as Stephen and Trevor find out, there's also some really deep thought.
Catch it now on Fetch up on your big-screen Hisense...
One of Stephens all-time favourites. The Warriors is a 1979 film about New York games directed by Walter Hill.
Based on a 1965 novel of the same name, the Warriors are a gang who need to travel 50km back to Coney Island from the Bronx but they are being framed for the murder of a gang leader.
Trev's never seen it, so it's Stephen's time to bring him up to speed.
When a wealthy man creates a theme park with a difference, he faces problems with insurance after an incident before opening.
That incident involves one of the main attractions - one of the Dinosaurs that have been brought back to life.
Experts arrive to give their tick of approval, and - well, then it all unfolds.
Of course Stephen Fenech has seen it plenty of times, but Trevor Long hasn't. So we fire up the Fetch connected to the Hisense TV and it's time to enjoy the Best Movies You've Never Seen.
Mad Max 2 - Road Warrior
Mel Gibson stars as Max - Mad Max, and while this is not the first Mad Max, it's the one to watch.
A post apocalyptic scene where Petrol (Gasoline) is in such short supply it could cost your life just to get some.
Stephen knows it well, Trev - a first timer - so join us as we learn all about this Aussie Classic.
One of the most popular movies, and movie franchises in history. One man who is one of Australia's biggest fans, sits with another who's never sat down and just enjoyed the movie.
Yep, Trev's first real watch of Star Wars - and this podcast will introduce you to some amazing facts and information about the original, and it's creator George Lucas.
Fire up your Fetch and search for Star Wars and enjoy it on your Hisense TV before Trev and Stephen talk through it all over.
I feel the need, the need for speed! Yes, it's happening, with the new Top Gun movies hitting cinemas, Stephen takes Trev through one of the Best Movies of all time - Top Gun.
Tom Cruise as Maverick in a movie that is both a great story, great cinematography and a fantastic soundtrack.
Trev doesn't remember it, Stephen unpicks every bit of it - so, before you see Top Gun: Maverick - revisit the original - Top Gun on your Fetch up on your Hisense Big-screen TV!
To describe The Game as a Thriller is an understatement.
Michael Douglas and Sean Penn star in a wild ride about a man celebrating his birthday and receiving a strange and intriguing present from his brother.
Trev didn't know if this was about NFL, Baseball or what. Stephen has watched it plenty of times so unpack it and discuss with the boys thanks to Fetch and Hisense.
A cracking cast in a Gangster film set in the 1930's. Robert De Niro, Kevin Costner, Sean Connery - does it get much better?
The story of Prohibition and the chase to bring down Al Capone.
Eliot Ness is the man who brings him down but the story of the show is the heart and compassion of the man, and the way it hits his working day. Trev's never seen it - Stephen bloody loves it! Watch it now on Fetch up on your Hisense TV!
Rocky is one of the best known films of all time, and for Stephen Fenech it's one of his all-time favourites. Trevor Long doesn't remember seeing it, having been born the same year it was released.
So, take a trip down memory lane and re-watch this absolute classic and Oscar winning film.
Stephen has some amazing insights into the movie, its stars and the locations it was filmed so strap in for the Best Movies You've Never Seen featuring ROCKY thanks to Fetch and Hisense!
The 1981 story of Gallipoli was a school trip movie for Stephen Fenech, while Trevor Long has never seen it.
This is less a story of war and more a story of the mindset of a nation and its citizens in wartime. Nothing we can relate to today.
A very young Mel Gibson before his rise to fame stars and brings a sombre mood and reflection to us all as we watch it today around ANZAC Day.
With thanks and respect to the service men and women who put their lives before ours today and in the years...
Ace Ventura: Pet Detective
Jim Carrey's breakout role that showcases his brilliance as a comedic actor using every fibre of his being to portray the role of the crazy "Pet Detective".
The Miami Dolphins football team have had a crime take place, which calls for Ace's input.
His investigation uncovers a lot of hidden "treats" - and it's a laugh a minute. Stephen Loves it, and introduces it to Trevor for the first time thanks to Fetch and Hisense
This movie may well be the embodiment of this very show. Stephen Fenech rates GoodFellas as one of his absolute favourite movies of all time. Trevor Long has never seen it.
Sit with us as we talk about the cast, the facts, the bits and bobs about this film as we walk through it scene by scene thanks to Fetch and Hisense.
With a cast like De Niro, Liotta, Pesci and more - it's hard to argue against this one.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is the leader of an elite team of paramilitary rescue experts, they take to the jungle on a mission that turns out to be more than what it seemed.
Under attack, the attacker goes unseen, but who - or what - it is is next level.
Directed by John McTiernan, this is one of Stephen's favourites, but what will Trev think after the first viewing. Fire up your Fetch on your Hisense TV and check it out with us.
Good Will Hunting
This may well be the best example of this podcast yet. Stephen Fenech has seen Good Will Hunting more times than it had Oscar nominations. While Trevor Long has never seen it.
Ben Affleck and Matt Damon combine to create a drama about a young math genius working as a Janitor at MIT who goes on a journey of self-discovery, love and more.
Robin Williams stars as his therapist, and Minnie Driver his love interest.
A fascinating story that makes you think about almost every aspect of it - in a good way.
A Quiet Place
Trevor Long has never seen or even heard of this movie. Yet Stephen Fenech has seen it multiple times and rates it quite highly.
Directed by and Starring John Krasinski and his wife Emily Blunt, it's a really fascinating tale of a family, stuck in some post-apocalyptic scenario, where they must not make noises - for reasons that will become quite accurate.
It's fascinating as a script, as a story, as well as how it's both shot and sounds.
Stephen and Trevor will unpack this after the first viewing by Trev on his Hisense TV via the...
Leon: The Professional
Luc Besson directs this assassin's tale starring Jean Reno and Gary Oldman - but with a standout starring debut movie performance by Natalie Portman.
Portman is the young 12-year-old Mathilda who is reluctantly taken in by Léon, a professional assassin, after her family is murdered. An unusual relationship forms as she becomes his protégée and learns the assassin's trade.
Stephen Rates this highly, but Trev's never heard of it. So tune in as we unpack the movie end to end and discuss it's variations, strange scenes and overall story line.
Who you gunna call? Ghostbusters. Sure, Trev knows of the movie, and the characters and of course the song - but what is the actual story line.
Follow along as we revisit one of the Best Movies made, and how it's story of creation is a thing of wonder.
Stephen unpacks some things you may not know, while Trev shares his views on the movie and scenes throughout.
All thanks to Fetch and Hisense!
The Shawshank Redemption
This one breaks the trend, because Trev knows and loves this movie. Join Trevor and Stephen as they recap the great movie The Shawshank Redemption.
A box-office Flop, now highly regarded for the Prison Story, portrayed by Morgan Freeman and Tim Robbins.
Stephen breaks down the facts of the movie and some things you might never know. Enjoy the Shawshank thanks to Fetch and Hisense
12 Angry Men
A black and white classic, with a cast of the biggest names of the era.
Unique because of it's simplicity, yet a complex story.
12 Men are locked in the Jury room to deliberate after a trial. How will they vote, and how will they reach a conclusion?
Trevor and Stephen discuss a movie Stephen loves, but Trevor has never heard of.
Talk about blockbusters, Independence Day is an epic, the 1994 Alien Invasion film stars Will Smith, Bill Pullman, Jeff Goldblum and so many more.
Stephen's a massive fan - of course, but Trev's never seen it.
So together they unpack the details of one hell of a rollercoaster ride of a movie.
A Bronx Tale
This is one of Stephen Fenech's favourite movies of all time, so when he realised Trevor Long hadn't seen it - well, it had to be covered on the show.
It's a 1993 release, set in the sixties about a young boy in the bronx who's life and upbringing is torn between his hard working dad and a local gangster.
Starring and Directed by Robert De Niro it's got that class from the start, but co-star Chazz Palminteri's role is more than just as an actor in this film - as we'll discuss.
Watch it now on Fetch...
Friday Night Lights
A sporting story based on real events. A small-town Texas High School has the eyes of the town on them.
This is the story of the season leading up to the State Championships. How everything can turn on a dime.
Stephen has seen it a lot, rates the movie highly, Trevor's never seen it. But this movie has a lot more about it that resonates.
Catch up if you've never seen it by watching Friday Night Lights on Fetch via your big-screen Hisense TV.
Stand By Me
The 1986 film Stand by Me is less of a blockbuster more of a classic, and in so many ways.
A breakout cast with names that today are instantly recognisable, this is a coming-of-age film directed by Rob Reiner but it is based on Stephen King's 1982 novella The Body
Wil Wheaton, River Phoenix, Corey Feldman, and Jerry O'Connell are the four boys who head off to search for a Body. Stephen knows it well, Trev thinks he knows part of it.
Together, they unpack this classic from the 80's thanks to Fetch and Hisense
Pulp Fiction, written and directed by Quentin Tarantino is one hell of a classic in so many ways.
Starring John Travolta in his comeback role alongside Samuel L. Jackson, Bruce Willis, Tim Roth, Ving Rhames, and Uma Thurman.
It's funny, witty, brutal, and an all round great watch - but what will Trev think? He's watching for the first time while Stephen picks up new things on his hundredth go-around.
Watch on Fetch up on your big-Screen Hisense TV today!
James Cameron's blockbuster Avatar tops the charts as the highest grossing movie of all time, and it was ahead of its time.
This film features some of the most impressive visual effects in cinema history, to the point it had to be filmed only when the technology required was available.
Aussie Sam Worthington has the lead in this clash between the Mining Giant and the local population.
It's one of Stephen's favourites but this is the first time Trev's watched it. Watch it now using Fetch up on your Hisense TV and then follow along as we...
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
An Oscar Winning classic - One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest is a docu-like look at the lives of the men inside a mental institution.
Jack Nicholson stars as Randle McMurphy - new to the ward but his situation is different to most there as he finds out.
An amazing cast, including Louise Fletcher as Nurse Ratched, while we also see the film debuts for Christopher Lloyd and Brad Dourif.
Stephen knows it like the back of his hand, but this is Trev's first time watching. Follow along as we unpack the move thanks to Fetch and...
Die Hard is NOT a Christmas Movie - Or is it? That's a big part of the debate around this brilliant film.
Bruce Willis stars as the one man in the wrong place at the wrong time, but can he save the day - and his Marriage??
Stephen has seen this one a LOT of times, Trev, in this case has seen it - but his views on the Christmas "theme" might not go down well with some.
Matt Damon is an Astronaut and he gets stuck on Mars all alone, left for dead by his crew.
He has to survive years, in a space camp built to last just weeks. This epic story spans two planets with an all-star cast working out how to rescue this man who the world though was dead.
Stephen Fenech and Trevor Long unpack the scenes the story and the plot thanks to Fetch and Hisense in The Best Movies You've Never Seen
A Few Good Men
Few people would not have seen a Few Good Men, absolutely no-one hasn't heard the famous line "You can't handle the truth".
This week Stephen steps us through one of the greatest movies of all time, it's plot, the facts you didn't know, and the plot holes to go along with it.
All the while Trevor is blown away by the cast, and the performance.
Sit back, Switch on your big-screen Hisense TV, fire up the Fetch and ask for "A Few Good Men".
A heist movie that is all action from start to finish. Of course, Stephen has seen this plenty of times, rates it as one of his top picks, but amazing as it seems, Trevor has never seen it!
Written and directed by Michael Mann this is an all-star cast. Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, Jon Voight, and Val Kilmer
A gang of robbers, and a red hot detective in LA - here's our unpacking of Heat.
Well this is a bit different - American Psycho is a 2000 black comedy directed by Mary Harron and it's one of Stephen's favourites, because he read the book a heck of a lot of times and wants a movie representation to be faithful to the book.
It's about excess and selfishness of the Yuppy era in the late 1980s, starring Christian Bale as Patrick Bateman somehow Trevor and Stephen bring Seinfeld into the episode.
This is a podcast about a movie that everyone's seen - except Trevor.
Surely one of the most iconic movies of all time? Jaws - the movie that scared people away from beaches and created some great lines and great instantly recognisable music from the movie.
But, Trev's never seen it. So Stephen watches for the 58th time, while Trev sits down for viewing #1.
What plot holes were there, what was missed from Book to movie and why did the movie benefit from production delays?
The best movies you've never seen!
The Fifth Element
A sci-fi film with a difference. Stephen Fenech LOVES The Fifth Element and Trevor Long has no idea what to expect.
This is a podcast about the movie, unpacking some of the themes, looking at some nuggets of info you might not know, and - learning what Trev thinks after the very first viewing.
Directed by Luc Besson starring Bruce Willis, Gary Oldman, and Milla Jovovich. Watch it with us, thanks to Fetch and Hisense
The Wolf of Wall Street
Based on the true story of Jordan Belfort this Martin Scorsese Oscar nominated film is a three hour wild ride through Wall St and a look at how Money can corrupt.
Starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Australia's own Margot Robbie, we follow Belfort from his start on Wall St to his demise.
A great case, a great story, and a great movie. Join Stephen as he unpacks a movie he's seen a heap of times, with his mate Trevor who's never seen it.
The Sound of Music
This is the movie that started it all. The iconic, legendary Sound of Music. Stephen has long been in disbelief that Trevor has never seen it, and so this podcast was born.
Set in the 30's, with a strong Musical presence, the movie features Julie Andrews on a journey of life.
What's it about, what did we think, what was accurate or movie magic, Trevor and Stephen unpack it all in this special edition of The Best Movies You've Never Seen.
Thanks to Fetch, you can watch this and over 9,000 other movies available to rent or buy...
A very very young Tom Cruise. This is the movie that features that great music, and the scene where he slides into the doorway wearing socks and not a whole lot more.
But what's it about? Trev's never seen it and has literally no idea what he's going into.
Stephen of course, has seen it so many times he knows the words.
The story of Freddy Mercury and Queen - told as a Biopic in great detail, though some say not enough detail.
Trev's never seen it - despite being a huge fan of Queen's music. While Stephen has seen it a lot.
That's the story of this podcast, unpacking the Best Movies You've Never Seen - or are seeing again.
The Silence of the Lambs
Released to almost universal critical acclaim, the 1991 American movie is directed by Jonathan Demme and stars Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins.
The story of an FBI investigation into a serial killer, this is one heck of a thriller and won Oscars for its brilliance.
Watch it for the first time if you're strange like Trev, or enjoy the unpacking and factoids about the film from movie buff Stephen.
Search for it on Fetch to rent, buy or stream and enjoy the podcast as one of the Best Movies You've Never Seen!
The Social Network
The story of the founding of Facebook. A group of Harvard students at loggerheads over who had the idea first and who had the rights to the concept.
Starring Jesse Eisenberg as Mark Zuckerberg, this Aaron Sorkin screenplay is fantastic, with David Fincher direction.
Stephen has seen it a bunch, and Trev reckons he's seen it once, so watch it again on The Best Movies You've Never Seen.