With a remake on the way, Liam revisits Tobe Hooper’s seminal spook-fest.continue reading
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.
“If adventure has a name, then it must be Indiana Jones.” Rod grabs his fedora and whip for a SNES favourite.
With number V hitting PC (relatively) soon, Thomas revisits Rockstar’s previous free-roam masterpiece.
With her own solo movie finally on the way, Edward takes the opportunity to revisit this much-acclaimed reboot of DC’s flagship heroine.
Nikki returns to give us the lowdown on an EP from some fresh indie upstarts.
Frankenstein gets a makeover in Stuart Gordon’s cult horror-comedy.
Sam Beckett is on a mission to change the past in this beloved sci-fi series. Liam fires up Ziggy to give it another look.
Before Marvel Studios resurrects the Devil, how does the one with Batman… um, Ben Affleck hold up?
Our very own Aussie, Cal, looks back on an important moment in his country’s history with this bold and brilliant new miniseries.
Cal gets locked-up with Christopher Lambert in Stuart Gordon’s sci-fi thriller.