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REVIEW: Beauty and the Beast (2017)

REVIEW: Beauty and the Beast (2017)

Oscar isn’t a fan of Disney’s latest live-action re-adaptation. 

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SquabbleCast #25: “Pulp Heroes”

SquabbleCast #25: “Pulp Heroes”

Before DC… before Marvel… it was pure pulp! Oscar joins Dave to discuss The Rocketeer, the underrated twosome The Shadow and The Phantom, and the swashbuckling Zorro.

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SEQUELISED: X-Men: The Last Stand (2006)

SEQUELISED: X-Men: The Last Stand (2006)

We got our comic book critic to review Brett Ratner’s X-stinker. Still bad?

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Mutant Melee: Revisiting X2

Mutant Melee: Revisiting X2

The mutants are threatened with extinction in Bryan Singer’s first high-octane sequel…

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Before the Apocalypse: Revisiting X-Men

Before the Apocalypse: Revisiting X-Men

With X-Men: Apocalypse on the way, Dylan takes us back to the start of Fox’s X-Men film series with Bryan Singer’s all-important first chapter. 

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AGAINST THE GRAIN: Last Action Hero (1993)

AGAINST THE GRAIN: Last Action Hero (1993)

Arnold Schwarzenegger goes meta in John McTiernan’s underrated action blockbuster. Richard gives it another play. 

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SquabbleCast #12: “Amazing Fantasy”

SquabbleCast #12: “Amazing Fantasy”

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?

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The Original Dark Knight: Revisiting The Shadow

The Original Dark Knight: Revisiting The Shadow

Before Batman, there was The Shadow. Has Russell Mulcahy’s period superhero romp stood the test of time?

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REVIEW: The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies (2014)

REVIEW: The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies (2014)

Peter Jackson bids farewell to Middle-earth with his sixth outing. Is it a triumph? Oscar gives us his verdict. 

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CULT CORNER: The Keep (1983)

CULT CORNER: The Keep (1983)

Our latest recruit and resident doctor of schlock, John Cowdell, sings the praises of Michael Mann’s mistreated Nazi horror. 

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