Rod goes intergalactic for what could very well be Paul W.S. Anderson’s best film.continue reading
The guys return for more cinematic chat, including further potshots at the Ghostbusters rehash, new actors as 007, the Assassin’s Creed movie, and also recommend some classics.
They’re back… and not a moment too soon! Ash rejoins Dave for a paradoxical jaunt through the Back to the Future trilogy.
The American chaps return to discuss the hugely popular Alien franchise as well as a retrospective on The Goonies.
Set your phasers to stun! Dave joins notorious Trek enthusiast Scott “Scotty” Hadlington to celebrate fifty years of Klingons and sh*t. First up, the original 1960s classic featuring Kirk, Spock and Bones, which created a legacy we’re still enjoying today.
David Fincher returns to serial killer territory for a mesmerising modern classic based on true events.
History repeats itself in this sequel to David Cronenberg’s horror classic. Is it better than many say?
The boys crack open the longbox to talk about Justice League, a certain Marvel clone saga, some bloke called Mosaic, and also pit two Spider-Men against each other for this week’s Superfight.
Gerard Butler is back to take on terrorists in this homegrown sequel. Cal argues that it’s a pretty good action movie. Wait, what?!
Eli Roth goes into the jungle for a modern take on Cannibal Holocaust. Did it make Cal sick to his stomach?
Rod revisits the cinematic debut of Ms. Croft fifteen years later and asks the question: Should this be left by the sands of time or celebrated in your collection?
Comic book aficionados Zayvier and Luca join the team to discuss all the latest funny book goodness, beginning with The Joker’s secret identity and the all-important question: Who would win in a fight between Silver Surfer and Spawn?
This tribute to EC Comics from George A. Romero and Stephen King deserves another look according to Dylan.
Jack Black is R.L. Stine in one of the more meta Hollywood films of recent memory. Cal gives it another look.