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REVIEW: Dunkirk (2017)

REVIEW: Dunkirk (2017)

Cal takes in a 70mm screening of Christopher Nolan’s latest. Was he impressed? 

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SEQUELS THAT NEVER WERE: Batman Triumphant

SEQUELS THAT NEVER WERE: Batman Triumphant

What if Joel Schumacher made a third Dark Knight film and righted the wrongs of Batman & Robin? Joe investigates. 

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Superman Reborn: Revisiting Man of Steel

Superman Reborn: Revisiting Man of Steel

With Dawn of Justice inevitably dividing audiences, Oscar goes back to Zack Snyder’s first entry in the DC Extended Universe. Is this Superman done right or a total disaster? 

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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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REVIEW: Spectre (2015)

REVIEW: Spectre (2015)

Is this a James Bond adventure worth taking? Cal finally catches up with the superspy to give us his verdict…

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CINEMA CLASSICS: On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969)

CINEMA CLASSICS: On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969)

Joe downs a dry Martini and revisits the franchise’s black sheep, as George Lazenby steps into 007′s shoes for his one and only appearance as James Bond.

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SEQUELISED: Blade: Trinity (2004)

SEQUELISED: Blade: Trinity (2004)

Wesley Snipes gets upstaged in his own film in this misfiring comic book sequel. 

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Queen’s Gambit: Revisiting Arrow

Queen’s Gambit: Revisiting Arrow

The comic book television series came of age with Arrow, but how do the early episodes hold up in a world loving Daredevil?

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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: Memento (2000)

CINEMA CLASSICS: Memento (2000)

How does Christopher Nolan’s infamous brain-teaser hold up? Richard tries to discern memory from fact to find out. 

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