Post Tagged with: “Richard Donner”

SquabbleCast #20: “Underrated Sequels”

SquabbleCast #20: “Underrated Sequels”

As a precursor to our next video production, Ross Hadlington joins Dave for a chat all about those underrated sequels that need more love, including such franchises as Tremors, Scream, Die Hard and Rocky. 

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PODCAST: It Came from Across the Pond #2: “Everyone Loves a Xenomorph”

PODCAST: It Came from Across the Pond #2: “Everyone Loves a Xenomorph”

The American chaps return to discuss the hugely popular Alien franchise as well as a retrospective on The Goonies. 

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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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The Light to Show the Way: Revisiting Superman

The Light to Show the Way: Revisiting Superman

Oscar goes back to 1978 for the Man of Steel’s first epic-scale treatment. Does he still believe a man can fly? 

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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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Before Smallville – Revisiting Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman

Before Smallville – Revisiting Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman

Man of Steel? More like Man of Romance. 

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SEQUELISED: Superman III (1983)

SEQUELISED: Superman III (1983)

There’s too much Richard Pryor in my Superman movie. 

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CINEMA CLASSICS: Lethal Weapon (1987)

CINEMA CLASSICS: Lethal Weapon (1987)

It’s going to be a bloodthirsty Christmas for Riggs and Murtaugh in Richard Donner’s action classic. 

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SEQUELISED: Superman II (1980)

SEQUELISED: Superman II (1980)

The search for Clark Kent. 

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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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