It’s incredible that it took about fourteen years for us to finally get a sequel but it’s finally here superhero landing in cinemas. But before we that we have some more E3 talk and also we review the adorable Agguretsuko on Netflix.Read More
It’s the Jurassic World Cup qualifiers or just another movie about killer giant lizards. Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard return to the island, this time to rescue the dinosaurs from an erupting volcano. But before we go prehistoric, we give our thoughts about the ongoing spectacle that is E3. Basically all our thoughts on all the coming video game announcements. Listen in now!Read More
Solo Deadpool crossover? Well, not quite but we’re back after a short break to talk about two huge movies that decided to release back to back. Did “Deadpool 2” manage to live up to the promise of the first one? Does “Solo” no suck? You’ll have to listen on to find out.Read More
It’s close to the middle of 2018, and there really isn’t a major JRPG release that wowed and challenged me since Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Yes, there was Ni no Kuni 2 which we reviewed a while back, but it isn’t as gripping and as challenging as I thought it would be despite its highlights.
Then Nintendo and Atlus (and Sega, technically) decide to release the English version of Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux without much fanfare. I honestly didn’t know about this until late last week.
That’s a crying shame because it’s the best JRPG right now and a perfect entry point for people who are too scared or daunted by the Shin Megami Tensei slew of JRPGs.
Thanks to Shaw Cinema for the free preview.
The best way to sum up the children’s movie Show Dogs is to recount what a couple said to each other once leaving the theatre. “This was a free movie, right?” Thankfully it was because spending money on this movie might be considered a criminal offence. It is the particular kind of bad that goes beyond merely being a lazy cash-grab. This movie is well and truly mindboggling.Read More
Isle of killer giant dogs anyone? This week we talk about the spin-off series “Cobra Kai” continuing the exploits of the original Karate Kid. We go to the “Isle of Dogs” and critique the latest Wes Anderson animated feature. And in our main segment, we slay “I Kill Giants” the movie adaptation of the graphic novel of the same name. Listen now!Read More
I don’t feel so good Mr West. We can not stop talking about it, Avengers: Infinity War is just that good. And in this episode, we linger in the fallout of probably the greatest comic book movie ever. We speculate the future of the MCU, going deep into the upcoming Captain Marvel. The around the corner Ant-Man and the Wasp, agents of shield and also the Venom flick. And we squeeze in even more Kanye West talk just in case.Read More
So what now, movie-watching fans?
Glad you asked because there’s quite a number of films that cater to our sci-fi/fantasy/pop culture-loving taste buds. Here is my personal list of 2018 films that piqued my interest, from next month until August. Do let us know which ones you’re looking forward to on our Facebook page.
Disclaimer: film release dates are tentative.
“Avengers Infinity War” is finally upon us, smashing box-office records and audience expectations in cinemas worldwide. The culmination of a decade-spanning 20 films, we ask where the series will go. And also what to expect coming up in the future. In a special episode all Avengers episode we discuss the film in two parts, one without spoilers and one with all the spoilers, you have been warned! So listen in and join our discussion in what one of us thinks is the best comic book movie of all time! Read More
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.