Back Seat Producers Season 08 Shows

BSP Episode 288: Dredd

Release date – 9/7/2012




  • Pete Travis


  • Alex Garland
  • Andrew MacDonald
  • Allon Reich


  • Alex Garland

Based on Judge Dredd by John Wagner and Carlos Ezquerra



  • Karl Urban – Judge Dredd
  • Olivia Thirlby – Judge Cassandra Anderson
  • Wood Harris – Kay
  • Lena Headey – Ma-Ma


  • Dresden audio books.
  • Harry is a dick.
  • If you start as an a-hole and you stay an a-hole and is a-holish in the same ways…
  • Bless you, Darrell.
  • Again, Darrell.
  • Dredd.
  • Best interpretation based on the comic books.
  • Karl Urban had the frown!
  • Great cinematography.
  • The life and times of Lena Headey.
  • Red eye… Kitt and cylons.
  • Some of the action went to ridiculous places.
  • A good way to spend a rainy afternoon if you’re looking for an action movie.
  • Can someone get Darrell a lozenge?
  • The comic book is written in real time.
  • This movie felt like a pilot.  A good pilot.
  • New comedy TV pilots.
  • Man of Steel & Superman.
  • Superman’s mullet.
  • Cat poop.
  • Batman can’t stop thinking about sex.
  • There’s very few causes better than boobs.


Trivial bits & pieces:

  • Some of Ma-Ma’s tattoos are Lena Headey’s actual tattoos, that were expanded by the make-up artists.
  • Body count: 102
  • The graffiti throughout Peach Trees has names of characters from the Judge Dredd strip, such as Chopper and Kenny Who?


Your Producers for this episode were:

  • Tony
  • Darrell
  • David

This episode was recorded:  9/18/13

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5 replies on “BSP Episode 288: Dredd”

There’s something odd in the fact that David has seen an 80s movie multiple times and that Tony has only seen it once… It seems like BSP in Bizarro world. Now if only Tony will talk about his penis, and namedrop Harry Potter and Watchmen during each show…

David, Clue came out in 1985, and at the risk of coming off kinda creepy and stalkerish weren’t you born in ’83? But yes, Clue is a timeless movie and Tim Curry is one of the world’s most underrated actors. Not to mention I’m a sucker for anything with Martin Mull, Christopher Lloyd and Madeline Kahn (even though Martin Mull couldn’t save the Dads pilot for me).

Think I could get you guys to talk about The Raid: Redemption? Its just like Dredd except better, Indonesian, and with 100% fewer ray guns! Also has the advantage of zero association with Rob Schneider.

No Rob Schneider is a win in my book. I never could stand that guy. Him, Emily Mortimer and Giovanni Ribisi really just need to go away. Maybe Rob can get a job at Home Depot…

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