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Stuart OConnor

Stuart O'Connor is the Managing Editor of Screenjabber, the movie review website he co-founded with Neil Davey far too many years ago. He likes all genres, as long as the film is good (although he does enjoy the occasional bad "guilty pleasure"), and drinks way too much coffee.

In Space Force, nobody can hear the Screamers

Listen in as the team review The High Note, Only the Animals, A Rainy Day in New York, The Vast of Night, Screamers, Space Force, the 1933 classic King Kong, and The Wire

Slammer Jabber May 28

This week's Slammer Jabber is here looking at the sad passing of Hana Kimura, as well as Double or Nothing, Raw, Smackdown and more

Take the last train to nowhere

Join the guys for some chat about Snowpiercer, Little Women, Revenge, The Country, Cassandro the Exotico, The Adventures of Paddington, Rio Grande, The Lovebirds, Kindergarten Cop and A Nightmare on Elm Street

Slammer Jabber May 21

This week's Slammer Jabber is here looking at the sad passing of Shad Gaspard as well as all the big news in wrestling from the past seven days.

You know we've got a mystery to solve

Join the guys for reviews of Scoob!, The Whistlers, Never Rarely Sometimes Always, The Wrong Missy, Hercules and Top Secret!

Slammer Jabber May 15

This week's Slammer Jabber is here looking at WWE Money in the Bank, Raw, AEW Dynamite, New Japan Pro Wrestling and more

One by one they all just fade away

Listen in as the guys review Bombshell, Valley Girl, Justice League Dark: Apokolips War, Romantic Comedy, Crocodile Dundee, Remember the Titans, Tombstone, Becoming, Afterlife and Dead To Me

Slammer Jabber May 7

This weeks Slammer Jabber is here looking ahead to Money in the Bank

I can't count the reasons I should stay

Join the guys for reviews of The Assistant, Les Misérables: The Staged Concert, Ema, Reborn, 1917, Upload, Dispatches from Elsewhere and The Mandalorian, plus some chat about the classics True Lies, Gladiator and The Last Picture Show

Slammer Jabber April 30

Welcome to Slammer Jabber, this week looking at reasons to be cheerful about professional wrestling