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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.
Dave and guest Ashley Knowles trek to both Isla Nublar and Isla Sorna for a Jurassic Park retrospective; one classic, two mediocre sequels and a look ahead to this year’s highly-anticipated fourth entry.
The Terminator franchise finally goes to war. It wasn’t worth it.
Is third time the charm for Arnold’s killing machine? Cal revisits the franchise comeback that just might be better than we remember.
Well, we couldn’t let a bad review be the sole take, could we? Oscar restores the balance with a celebration of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s ultimate cyborg opus.
Cal dares to take issue with James Cameron’s beloved sequel to The Terminator. Surely not?
Wesley Snipes becomes the Daywalker in Marvel’s cinematic calling card.
Cal finally catches up with the Seth Rogen-James Franco joint that divided the world… and also takes a look at the Blu-ray.
R.G. tries to decide if he’s a kid or a squid in Nintendo’s brand new IP.
Cal gushes enthusiastically about the good cannibal’s TV exploits.