We wrap up the January with a review and the year’s first retrospective. Specifically, we look back at the ‘Eastrail 177 trilogy’, containing the films Unbreakable, Split and the recently released Glass. From the mind of M. Night Shyamalan whose works have been nothing short of polarising.Read More
It’s our final episode for 2018. And what better way to end the year than by having a retrospective on the mean one himself, The Grinch. We take a look back at all the adaptations from the recent release to the classic animated TV special. So grin your widest as we celebrate the mean one himself.Read More
What a year for superhero movies, with fantastic films like Marvels’ Infinity War. Contrarily, there were not so great ones such as the Tom Hardy vehicle Venom. With that said, we still have two more to review before closing out the year. First up we discuss Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse an animated feature from Sony Animation. And from deep beneath the ocean waves, Jason Momoa as the titular Aquaman.Read More
We did nazi that zombie coming! In this week’s podcast, we close the Halloween celebration with two more movie reviews. First up we discuss the Gareth Evan’s directed “Apostle” available on Netflix. And also, we talk about the latest from Bad Robot Productions, “Overlord”, directed by Julius Avery. Tune in now and hear our thoughts on these films and more.
Halloween 2018 is upon us, and we have two bloodsoaked films to satiate your bloodlust. This episode we go full Nicholas Cage with the surreal “Mandy” from director Panos Cosmatos. And in our feature segment, we return to Haddonfield, Illinois. Jamie Lee Curtis reprises her iconic role of Laurie Strode who must do battle against the serial killer, Micheal Myers.Read More
It’s the 31st of October, which means the Southeast Asian nightlife & social scene will be Halloween-themed. Cosplays, traditional Universal Monster getups, pop culture icon outfits, skin-revealing ensembles: no outfit type is spared.
To catch a predator, and play some games. We’re back after a well-deserved break and jump right back with “Marvel’s Spider-Man” and “Shadow of The Tomb Raider”. And in our main segment, we discuss a little-known film called “The Predator”. It’s high-flying action and adventure right here on the Last King.
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
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.