Dylan Spicer revisits the 1983 sequel to Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece, with a little help from screenwriter Tom Holland (Fright Night, Child’s Play).
The Cage is opened in one of the year’s most lauded indie efforts. Dylan is here to give it a look.
In the first of a new video series on “controversial” film topics, Dylan Spicer dares to suggest that Jurassic Park is better… than Jaws! Heresy!
Twenty years ago, Laurie Strode faced Michael Myers for the “final” time. We take another look at Steve Miner’s supposed series closer.
Rod Petrie picks up a bow ‘n arrow and straps on a bandanna to revisit Sylvester Stallone’s Rambo series.
Guillermo Del Toro channels his inner Harryhausen with this Kaiju blockbuster, but did it deserve to become a franchise? Oscar gives it another look.
The Merc with a Mouth returns in this eagerly-awaited second outing. Richard gives us his thoughts.
With the kingdom about to fall, we revisit the first installment in this Jurassic Park spin-off series.
Dave is joined by Ashley Knowles for an exploration of the original Jurassic Park trilogy in this video edition of SquabbleCast.
Oscar Stainton completes his Dollars Trilogy retrospective with the much-celebrated final chapter.