Well, it’s been out for a while now. Does Episode VII still cut it? Rod gives us a detailed analysis.continue reading
Ross Hadlington, film buff, joins Dave for a trawl through the cinematic catalogue of the legendary John Carpenter.
Before we unloaded on Doctor Who… we rambled. We rambled a lot. Here are some excised takes in which we digress on The Force Awakens.
Ash rejoins Dave on a recently-inebriated Boxing Day to discuss the world’s longest-running sci-fi television series; Doctor Who.
Scott rejoins Dave in the SquabbleBox mancave to discuss the most successful “sci-fi” franchise ever: Star Wars. You may have heard of it.
Tolkien fan Oscar Stainton joins Dave for a mystical journey through the best of fantasy cinema, including such favourites as Conan, Legend and The Lord of the Rings. What’s a sci-fi nerd to do?
The greatest superhero cartoon of all time gets a movie makeover in Mask of the Phantasm. Is it, as some critics say, the best Batman film?
Walter gets to grips with Super Mario’s classic debut on the Nintendo 64.
Dylan goes back in time to revisit the Next Generation’s best movie on its twentieth anniversary.
With Superman set to return our screens next month, we take a look at the Man of Steel’s first cinematic exploits in these legendary Fleischer shorts.
John Carpenter makes the most of one of the lesser Stephen King titles in this killer car opus.
Snake is back in John Carpenter’s maligned follow-up to his own cult hit. Is it unjustly panned?
Walter picks up a true Nintendo classic. Remember your first time with Samus Aran?
Peter Parker joins forces with fellow Spider-Man Miles Morales in this memorable limited series from Brian Michael Bendis.
He doesn’t look much like Matt Damon. Thomas battles amnesia and assassins in this Bourne spin-off.
Kirk and co. may be back on the big screen, but how about a visit to the next generation?