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Ashley Knowles pays goramn tribute to the greatest Space Western ever made. Sorry, Cowboy Bebop.
Ashley Knowles pays tribute to the man all about a fez, fish fingers with custard, jammy dodgers and, of course, bowties.
RAF’s finest Ashley Knowles joins Dave for an exhaustive chat all about the Alien and Predator franchises, from their humble beginnings to their legendary statuses.
Liam and John pick their favourite festive films with a little help from Santa and Dr. Schlock.
Dylan returns to deepest darkest Birmingham to discuss the summer movie season with Dave, including The Winter Soldier, Days of Future Past, Dawn of the Apes, Spider-Man, Edge of Tomorrow, and Godzilla.
Richard has a few problems with Steven Spielberg’s kid-friendly classic featuring a homesick alien. Make that questions… lots of questions.
Cal tells us why the old ways are the best when it comes to digital studio distribution and “Netflix tax.” Surely not, Australia?
Richard prepares for Bond’s next adventure with a reprieve of the last. Does Sam Mendes’ first crack at 007 – and his villain – still cut it?
Oscar enters another world with Ridley Scott’s old school fantasy. Is it a misunderstood classic?
Dylan and Gethin finally reunite after their jaunt to North and South Korea for a country with finer exports. What does Italian cinema mean today?
The pitfalls of being a superhero are dissected in Jon Favreau’s divisive sequel.
With Avengers arriving in UK cinemas at the end of the month, Dylan sends us back to the start of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Mr. Stark’s debut.
Cal puts the pedal to the metal for the last Fast outing with Paul Walker, but does director James Wan keep the formula fresh?
The good Doctor sticks up for one of the best horror sequels there is. Hello, Norman.