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CINEMA CLASSICS: American Psycho (2000)

CINEMA CLASSICS: American Psycho (2000)

Christian Bale delivers a landmark performance in this adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis’ controversial novel. 

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SquabbleCast #16: “Batfan v Superfan”

SquabbleCast #16: “Batfan v Superfan”

Oscar rejoins Dave for a battle of the titans: the Dark Knight vs. the Man of Steel. 

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SEQUELISED: Terminator Salvation (2009)

SEQUELISED: Terminator Salvation (2009)

The Terminator franchise finally goes to war. It wasn’t worth it. 

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SquabbleCast #9: “You’re Terminated, F*cker!”

SquabbleCast #9: “You’re Terminated, F*cker!”

Ashley and Scott join Dave for a retrospective of The Terminator franchise ahead of Genisys, and try their very best NOT to talk about Rise of the Machines and Salvation. 

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Why the Dark Knight Trilogy Doesn’t Work

Why the Dark Knight Trilogy Doesn’t Work

Cal prepares to enrage geeks everywhere by highlighting the painful (and usually overlooked) flaws in Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy. 

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CINEMA CLASSICS: Batman Begins (2005)

CINEMA CLASSICS: Batman Begins (2005)

Now that The Dark Knight has risen and become Ben Affleck, we return to the start of Christopher Nolan’s epic trilogy. Is this the best Batman film?

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LICENSE TO THRILL?: Batman: Arkham Asylum (2009)

LICENSE TO THRILL?: Batman: Arkham Asylum (2009)

Becky puts on a cape and cowl to fight crime in one of the best DC Comics games ever made. 

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VIDEO: Talkin’ Heads: Episode #1 – “Critical Mass”

VIDEO: Talkin’ Heads: Episode #1 – “Critical Mass”

Our very first video production! Come meet the Talkin’ Heads as they discuss criticism itself, good or bad, from Con Air to Top Gear. 

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REVIEW: American Hustle (2013)

REVIEW: American Hustle (2013)

A hustle worth paying for?

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Superhero Supremacy: A Comic Compendium One-Shot

Superhero Supremacy: A Comic Compendium One-Shot

Ed previews some up-coming comic book adaptations that currently dominate Hollywood. 

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