Ross Hadlington returns to put more crummy entertainment through its paces. This time, the quagmire of straight-to-video sequels, including such franchises as From Dusk Till Dawn, Tremors and, um, Air Bud.continue reading
Can you believe it has been 50 years of Mission: Impossible? Wait, you didn’t know? Oscar joins Dave to celebrate what Paramount didn’t by looking at every film in the Tom Cruise superspy franchise.
Chicago’s finest return to discuss comic book villains, the cartoons of their youth – including some casting choices for ThunderCats – and bid farewell to Gene Wilder with a retro review of Blazing Saddles.
Our Jedi return to interview Cantina patron Pam Rose, a “background artist” with some amazing stories to tell.
Those distinctly American chaps return to discuss the latest geek trailers, those Marvel Netflix shows, and even Arnold Schwarzenegger’s man vs. alien classic in another retro review.
Johnny, Jim and Brian return to interview actor and puppeteer Mike Quinn, best known for helping create Return of the Jedi’s Nien Nunb. He also shines a light on his work with Jim Henson in The Dark Crystal and Labyrinth.
Dave joins Scott once again as they beam into the 24th Century for Star Trek’s second landmark series.
Tom Cruise sets out to prove that size doesn’t matter in this big-budget adaptation of Lee Child’s novel. Cal gives it another look ahead of the sequel.
Rod revisits the scariest town in gaming for a fifteenth anniversary.
The boys return for HORROR MONTH to pick their favourite scary movies of all time. Did your favourite make the cut?
Paramount say goodbye to Jason Vorhees. Or did they? Rod revisits the final Friday that wasn’t.
With Season 2 about to begin, Cal revisits The CW’s time-travel spin on their DC universe.
Denzel Washington leads an all-star cast in this Western remake. Cal decides if it was worth the round-up.
HORROR MONTH continues with the one and only Freddy Krueger. Rod joins Dave for a Nightmare on Elm Street retrospective.
Our Halloween-related content continues with Wes Craven’s troubled rape-revenge “classic.”
HORROR MONTH kicks off with a trip to the USA and a look at Netflix series Stranger Things.