For a very special SquabbleCast, Dave is joined by a real Hollywood pro; creature effects legend Steve Wang, responsible for the Predator and beyond.continue reading
Chicago’s finest return to put the career of the legendary John Hughes under the microscope. Turns out some of us thought he was still alive. If only, RJ, if only.
Ashley joins Dave on an inebriated post-Christmas celebration to discuss the cinematic highlights of 2016… as well as a few of the low lights.
The boys are joined by a guest to discuss the best in Yuletide cinema. Did your favourite make the list?
Zayvier and Luca are on hand to give us an aural history of the Sorcerer Supreme, the one and only Doctor Strange, and also review the 2016 movie.
Before DC… before Marvel… it was pure pulp! Oscar joins Dave to discuss The Rocketeer, the underrated twosome The Shadow and The Phantom, and the swashbuckling Zorro.
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.
Returning guest James Blackwell joins Dave for a “Minisode” to discuss the career of the late and sorely-missed Bill Paxton.
The Chicago chaps return from across the pond to bid farewell to Bill Paxton, discuss the blossoming “Monsterverse” with Kong: Skull Island and Godzilla, and finish it up with a look at the recent career of one Kevin Smith.
It’s the end of the world as we know it in this little-seen post-apocalyptic sci-fi flick from New Zealand.
Cal is here to remind you of some badass 2016 flicks you may have missed or skipped altogether.
You’ve read his Kong retrospective, now see if you agree with his review of the rebirth. Oscar makes his last trek to Skull Island for the return of the King.
Has Peter Jackson’s Kong aged well? Oscar finishes his retrospective with the divisive three-hour epic.
Joe gets a remake in this well-meaning live-action effort from Disney featuring the late, great Bill Paxton. Oscar gives it another look.
Apparently, SOMEONE liked the 1976 King Kong remake. Dino De Laurentis makes that person very happy with a belated sequel.
Kong enters the modern age in John Guillermin 70s blockbuster. Is it as bad as they say? Oscar treks to Skull Island once again to find out.