Johnny Potoky celebrates Halloween by looking at the Michael Myers-less third film in the Halloween series.continue reading
Scott “Scotty” Hadlington is our host to cover three decades of Picard and co. in this exhaustive TNG retrospective.
Dylan Spicer returns to the podcasting fold to join Dave in bidding farewell to zombie godfather George A. Romero.
Pond returns with host Johnny and new recruit Ryan Casey to discuss the DCEU’s first true hit with Wonder Woman. Is it their Iron Man?
With the simians’ latest chapter in cinemas, Oscar joins Dave for a trip to the Planet of the Apes!
In our first video and podcast crossover, a classic from the archives is reborn as Dave is joined by Ashley and Scott to revisit James Cameron’s 1984 sci-fi gem.
Richard takes a look at Will Smith’s buddy cop drama with a fantasy twist. Is it more than just an Alien Nation rip-off?
The space saga ventures into darker waters with Rian Johnson’s thrilling eighth episode. Cal lightspeeds in to offer his thoughts.
Steven Soderbergh exits retirement to cover some familiar ground, but was it worth it? Cal reconsiders his latest heist flick.
Cal takes in a second viewing of Thor’s trilogy closer. Is it one of the best comic book movies of the year?
Oscar joins Dave in this classic from the archives to discuss the original four Batman movies.
Is DC’s first superhero team-up worthy of its rotten Tomato score? Cal swoops in to suggest pro-Marvel bias might be to blame.
Dylan Spicer begins his own series to countdown his favourite entertainment choices… in a measly 15 minutes. First up, the wonderfully weird world of David Lynch.
Rod goes after the undead in this sequel to Capcom’s OTHER zombie franchise.
Scotty returns from the Neutral Zone to discuss Starfleet’s latest television series with Dave, Star Trek: Discovery. The timeline, the characters, the Klingons. It’s all here in the first of (presumably) many Discovery conversations.