Dan, Josh and Danny B have come from the land of the ice and snow From the midnight sun, where the hot springs flow to review Thor: Ragnarok (a little on the late side, for which we apologise).
Before we get there, though, Josh has some lengthy ranting to get … Continue Reading
Thor’s cinematic exploits, both in his solo outings and among The Avengers, have enjoyed a certain degree of consistency which was gleefully shattered by the reveal of the first trailer for his third solo film Thor: Ragnarok. As one might expect from the title, the trailer hinted at both … Continue Reading
San Diego Comic Con is here and with it comes a whole host of exciting info and trailers. In this week’s podcast we’re applying our usual level of Nerdy Scrutiny to the trailers for Justice League, Thor: Ragnarok, Star Trek: Discovery, Defenders, Stranger Things and Inhumans… Continue Reading
Ask any band and they’ll back me up on this, success will either make or break you!
While there’s no denying that Marvel Studios were already a powerhouse by 2014, especially in the wake of 2012’s Avengers, even the most confident executives must have been a tad gun-shy prior … Continue Reading
Wonder Woman, all the fandom feeders are waiting for you, and the power you possess; in your satin tights, fighting for our rights!
Dan, Josh and Danny B have a lot to say about the upcoming Wonder Woman film and the implications that it has for the DCEU and … Continue Reading
The fandom feeders are ready to cross the rainbow bridge back into the MCU with this divisive and much underrated Marvel Studios film.
Watch along with us as we debate the merits of the performances, cinematography and spectacular visual effects as well as the elements that we feel let the … Continue Reading
The fandom feeders dive back into the X-Men Universe for Hugh Jackman’s last bow as the iconic character of Logan / Wolverine.
We discuss the legacy and impact that he has left on the character and how the film has re-defined what an X-Men film can be.
We also discuss … Continue Reading
Mark Ruffalo has been quite vocal in recent months about how the Hulk’s presence in Thor: Ragnarok may represent a new era on film for the Green Skinned Goliath. This got me thinking that we may see those two arch-rivals fighting tooth and nail again (like most of the superheroes … Continue Reading