The Avengers: Infinity War is finally here. And before we review possibly the year’s biggest movie, we present the final episode of “The Road to Infinity War”. This week we talk about two official “Avengers” films, with a little speculation on the latest one out now in cinemas. What comic book fans never thought was possible in their wildest dreams, comes the greatest crossover team-up superhero film ever. Taking over cinemas way back in 2012, and making a cool 1.5 billion dollars in the process.
“Batman Ninja” is now available today in digital formats! Arriving stealthily under the shadow of the box-office juggernaut “Avengers: Infinity War”. This new animated feature is a wild departure from the usual caped crusader fare. Taking the Dark Knight back in time to feudal Japan, where battles The Joker, as well as other notable villains in the age of the samurai. All the while also looking for a way back home to the present time. This review contains minor spoilers.Read More
I feel pretty blockers about this fabulous female empowered podcast where we mansplain two new films. One about women’s body positivity and another about girls losing their virginity. we talk “Blockers “ and “I Feel Pretty”. Two movies coming out so they don’t have to contend with the juggernaut that is “Avengers: Infinity War“. Will girl power triumph? Will Black widow ever get her own movie? Is Amy Schumer funny? Find out now!
Coming out at the same time as the Disney juggernaut Infinity War, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society is quite the counter-programming. Based on the novel of the same name, the film follows Juliet Ashton (Lily James), a successful but restless author who is tired of writing about trivial stories and wants to find something with meaning. As luck would have it, she receives a letter from the society that gives the movie it’s name. Seeking a break from London at the peak of post-WW2 collapse, she impulsively takes the ferry to Guernsey, where she meets the society and learns about their experiences living under German occupation not so long ago.Read More
Thor and Hulk assemble! It’s our third episode in our spin-off series here from your friends here at The Last King. “Avengers: Infinity War” is right around the corner, so why not use the opportunity to recap every single MCU film prior. In this podcast, we discuss possibly the least celebrated trilogy with the Thor films and also that one Incredible Hulk movie that starred Edward Norton.Read More
Journeyman is the story of Matty Burton, a middleweight boxing champion seeking both to retire as champion, and a way to provide for his family. In his swansong fight, he defends his title against a brash upcoming fighter looking to secure his legacy as well. Matty defends his title successfully, but a devastating blow to the head sends him into a delayed coma. Matty awakens only to begin a new fight, struggling with memory loss and a regressing personality that threatens to tear his family life apart.Read More
It’s the Rampage God of War. Kratos returns with a new exclusive for the long-running PlayStation series. Taking a step in a new direction, switching to a third person over the shoulder style. And the added emphasis on lore and family drama, could this be the version of Kratos that gamers didn’t know they wanted? Also, Extinction is out as well. Then we review “Rampage” the first of a many flicks starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, due out this year. Tune in now to a giant ape-sized episode!Read More
Welcome again to our spin off series “Road to Infinity War” where look back at 10 years of MCU films. This week it’s the “Captain America” trilogy, starring Chris Evans. From the vintage vibe of “The First Avenger” to the Russo Brothers espionage driven “Winter Soldier” and “Civil War”. Strap on your shields and load up on war bonds, and listen in to episode 2 now, that’s an order!Read More
A quiet place to hurricane heist? In our most bipolar episode yet, we have a double bill representing two extremes on the film spectrum. First up is “Hurricane Heist” from the director of the first “Fast and the Furious” film. Then in our main segment we have “A Quiet Place” the horror film generating quite the buzz. Directed by John Krasinski who you might remember from the U.S Office. Plus a little bit on #Rendangate. Listen now!!!Read More
“The Titan” ended a rather limited theater run, and has recently arrived in select countries via streaming service Netflix. Set in the year 2048, mankind is on the brink of collapse, facing overpopulation and global food shortages. A team of scientists turn to Saturn’s moon Titan, as a possible venue to relocate the human race. Warning. This review contains possible spoilers.Read More