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.continue reading
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.
With Red Dwarf XI blasting off in the UK, Cal Knox joins Dave for a smeg-a-thon unlike any other.
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.
Macaulay Culkin protects his home from Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern in this festive favourite from producer John Hughes.
Neve Campbell and Denise Richards have designs on Matt Dillion in this twisty erotic thriller. Cal gives it his yearly watch.
Zayvier and Luca are on hand to give us an aural history of the Sorcerer Supreme, the one and only Doctor Strange, and also review the 2016 movie.
Harry Potter gets his first spin-off in this franchise continuation. Oscar gives us his verdict.
The World Is Not Enough concludes a fine trilogy of Pierce Brosnan Bond films according to Cal. Just don’t mention Die Another Day.
Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? The Shadow makes his gaming debut in this unreleased beater for the SNES.
Is Ridley Scott’s initial tussle with the Alien still a sci-fi masterpiece?
Oscar weighs in on a recent stop-motion classic fans of animation should checkout.
James Blackwell hears the bell and taps out some of his favourite wrestling button bashers.