With the TV series about to come back, we take a trip to the original Titty Twister for this crime/horror pastiche from Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez.continue reading
Ash joins Dave once again in the newly-christened SquabbleBox mancave to discuss Joss Whedon’s greatest creation; space Western Firefly.
Ashley and Scott join Dave for a retrospective of The Terminator franchise ahead of Genisys, and try their very best NOT to talk about Rise of the Machines and Salvation.
Ashley Knowles pays tribute to John Hammond sparing no expense. Welcome… to Jurassic Park!
Dylan and Gethin return to put the Disney catalogue through its paces, from the good old days of Bambi to the modern sheen of Pixar.
In honour of Wes Craven, here’s a review of his milestone from the archives. We’ll always have Freddy.
Liam Neeson. Killing people. What more do you need to know?
Patrick Troughton assumes the TARDIS controls as our Doctor Who preamble continues…
With the Doctor returning to our screens September 19th, we plunder the archives for some classic Who reviews. First, Lee Savery goes all the way back to 1963 for the first adventure.
Cal catches up with the Kingsman boys for a post-modern love letter to spy movies. No pressure, Spectre.
It’s not quite Marvel vs. Capcom, but the DC heroes give it their best shot in this cross-franchise fighter.
Does Dylan take a stand against this TV miniseries of Stephen King’s post-apocalyptic nightmare?
Rod and his trusty canine companion have a galactic adventure in this SNES favourite.
Is the ground-breaking crime drama is still a cut above the rest over a decade later?