Harry Potter gets his first spin-off in this franchise continuation. Oscar gives us his verdict.continue reading
Before DC… before Marvel… it was pure pulp! Oscar joins Dave to discuss The Rocketeer, the underrated twosome The Shadow and The Phantom, and the swashbuckling Zorro.
Wrestling superfan James Blackwell joins Dave for a tour through championship history. You should listen, because Stone Cold said so.
Our comic-obsessed friends, Luca and Zayvier, return from a crimefighting sabbatical to review two DC releases: The Killing Joke and Suicide Squad.
The boys return for HORROR MONTH to pick their favourite scary movies of all time. Did your favourite make the cut?
HORROR MONTH continues with the one and only Freddy Krueger. Rod joins Dave for a Nightmare on Elm Street retrospective.
Ross Hadlington returns to put more crummy entertainment through its paces. This time, the quagmire of straight-to-video sequels, including such franchises as From Dusk Till Dawn, Tremors and, um, Air Bud.
Dylan Spicer revisits Danny Boyle’s modern milestone in honour of the upcoming sequel.
Pierce Brosnan makes his final appearance in the 20th entry of the venerable spy franchise. But is it as bad as you remember?
Rod celebrates two decades of Lara Croft with her very first reboot.
Michael Fassbender leads the way in another video game adaptation. Button-basher Rod Petrie gives us his verdict.
With a third film in the pipeline, how does the original Bill and Ted adventure hold up?
R.G. picks his favourite console releases from the year that was. Did your number one make the cut?
We’re not quite done with the year that was! Cal finally rounds-up his filmic favourites.
Ashley joins Dave on an inebriated post-Christmas celebration to discuss the cinematic highlights of 2016… as well as a few of the low lights.
After his second watch, Cal tells us why Rogue One joins the very best outings for the Star Wars saga and why Red Letter Media are dead, dead wrong.