After nearly eighty years, DC’s First Lady finally gets her cinematic debut. Oscar gives us the lowdown.continue reading
For the first in a new video strand dedicated to schlock cinema, Johnny revisits Stuart Gordon’s sci-fi/action classic Fortress.
Zayvier and Luca return to broach a potentially controversial topic; the idea of diversity in comic books. Ron Burgundy would be proud.
In our latest video production, Luke Edwards celebrates 20 years of Grand Theft Auto by revisiting the soundtrack for one of the greatest entries, Vice City.
Chicago’s finest return to put the career of the legendary John Hughes under the microscope. Turns out some of us thought he was still alive. If only, RJ, if only.
With the simians’ latest chapter in cinemas, Oscar joins Dave for a trip to the Planet of the Apes!
Cal takes in a 70mm screening of Christopher Nolan’s latest. Was he impressed?
Thomas tells us why this remake of Wes Craven’s infamous grindhouse effort is better than the original. Hey, is that Jesse Pinkman?
Richard recommends this horror movie starring Joel Edgerton, but warns that the trailers might have sold you the wrong movie.
Is this the Spidey adventure of our dreams? Oscar swings in to give us his verdict.
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.
Still the greatest Bond of them all? Oscar revisits Sean Connery’s third outing as 007.
It’s not Lois and Clark… it’s the Lewis and Clark! Dylan checks out a comic book take on real-life history.
As we await our documentary, Things We Learned from James Bond 007, Oscar joins Dave for a chat all about the world’s greatest superspy.