We put to rest the summer 2018 movie season, and with three films to review. First up is “The Meg”, where Jason Statham fights a megalodon. Next up is “Mile 22” where Mark Wahlberg is out on an escort mission. And in our feature segment, we discuss “The Spy Who Dumped Me”, a comedy action film starring Mila Kunis and Kate Mckinnon.Read More
Adaptations are a tricky thing to pull off. Steer too far from its source material and you get an alien product that may not gel with its target audience. Stay too close to the source word for word, and you’ll chase off people who want to see a different directorial take on the subject matter.
We are the ones who knock! It is yet another retrospective feature of one of the greatest TV shows of all time, “Breaking Bad.” Celebrating its decade-long anniversary this year, join us as we talk about all the characters, storylines and individual episodes that we love. Also, remember kids drugs are bad and stay in school!Read More
It’s been a while since we’ve done video games, eh?
Nintendo recently sold over 20 million units of the Switch; congratulations! That’s definitely a far cry from the sales numbers of the Wii U, which is probably the worst-selling console next to the Virtual Boy.
It’s the Avatar the Last Airbender tribute, commemorating its final episode airing over a decade ago. In this special retrospective podcast, we discuss the anime inspirations, the character arcs and also some of our favourite moments. Listen in now!Read More
Disenchantment’s coming out this week on Netflix. Let’s hit them SEOs, shall we?
The Simpsons: what’s there to say apart from the fact that the show is a cultural juggernaut?
We’ll probably be doing a full-blown podcast about The Meg in the far, far future. For now, I’ll answer your questions about this upcoming giant shark film featuring Jason Statham, lovely CGI of oceanic monstrosities, and a lot of Chinese shark bait.
It’s bearable, to say the least. Sorry.
It’s our 2 Year Anniversary! Welcome to the episode where we talk about literally whatever we want! The usual hijinks ensue as EccentricTom bangs on about the World Cup and his support for both England and Belgium. Mr Toffee harps on about the steam sale and the one game he bought and liked. And in an unusually personal section where Shafique takes the opportunity to break character and talk about the recent passing of his father. And coming to terms with his mortality.
It’s Sicario impossible if you choose to accept it. We review two movies to close off the 2018 summer blockbuster season. Firstly we serve up the much-anticipated follow-up “Sicario: Day of the Soldado”. And speaking of sequels, Tom Cruise returns as Ethan Hunt in the sixth instalment of the “Mission Impossible” franchise. Plus the return of our Quiz Segment, Mission Impossible edition.Read More