He loved movies so much, he moved to the movies. Now based in Hollywood, Fabian Fanboy returns to the bFM Breakfast fold as our *exclusive entertainment correspondent in Fabian's Hollywood. Every Friday at 7:40am.
Paul Thomas Anderson's Phantom Thread is a pretty piece of weirdness - one that stuck with both Fabian and Sarah with neither still quite sure what to make of it. Enjoyable though? You bet yr Daniel Day-Lewis. Feat: this week's supporting roles filled by Aaron Sorkin's Molly's Game and the City Impact Church funded Broken.
Fabian's back in Hollywood and back to the grind on your behalf. Previewing the new Guillermo del Toro and the latest Liam-Neeson-on-public-transport thriller, our Fanboy also details Ryan Murphy's latest American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace.
Fabian and Mike have both seen the new Star Wars film, so what do _you_ think they're keen to talk about then, hmmm? Fair enough. But why does Fabian's voice sounds so clear? ...So nearby? Could it be... [gasp]!
In need of some Christmas cheer? Fabian's here for you with some tales to bind the family and warm the cockles courtesy of Wonder, the latest film from Stephen Chbosky (The Perks of Being a Wallflower).
Fabian's back out West and wondering about the virtues of remakes that feature celebrated plot twists. Is it worth it if the new audience have literally seen what's coming? Fabian's also had our social media use thrown into stark relief by the new Aubrey Plaza vehicle Ingrid Goes West - a savage takedown of digital fomo creation, 'influencers' and 'gramming culture. Say cheese!