Oscar joins Dave in this classic from the archives to discuss the original four Batman movies.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.
Antonio Banderas falls ever further into DTV land with this Die Hard-esque action thriller. But is it better than you’d assume? Cal gives it a chance.
Vincent Price delivers one of this most memorable performances in this pulpy cult classic. Richard gives it another look.
Dylan returns for another 15 minutes of deliberation to pick his top 6 Ben Wheatley scenes… which is pretty impressive considering he’s made less than 10 films.
Stand-up comedian and podcaster Kumail Nanjiani makes the big leap to leading man status in this critically-acclaimed romcom. Cal tells us why it is better than the genre deserves.
After ten years and one underperforming motion picture, is Rod still a willing Assassin? He checks out the latest entry in the storied franchise.
Richard tucks into this latest glossy fantasy series from Bryan Fuller and Neil Gaiman. Did it do the book justice?
Is John Carpenter’s low-budget siege thriller still a nail-biting experience over forty years later?
Richard almost commits seppuku with one of the worst sequels ever made.
Cal still isn’t done with 2017. Here’s his picks for the best and worst of last year’s movies.