Whiplash is the only way to describe the feeling of seeing Nicola Coughlan in Derry Girls, then Bridgerton and back again! (Yes, another Derry Girls discussion!) This week we take a look back at season two of everyone’s favorite Netflix period piece, braving frightful damage to our reputations! There’s no Matthew McConaughey in this reboot […]
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The crew might be a couple weeks behind the internet furor on Anatomy of a Scandal, but have our own hot take on what this tale of infidelity reveals about us humans. Mike struggles to enjoy a tv show called The Man Who Fell To Earth when we find out so quickly how he arrived. […]
We start with the heaviest boxing match in history and move on to some heavyweight TV and Film reviews! Netflix stages a play for our viewing pleasure in Windfall. The mockumentary style makes a return in Welcome to Flatch and Jared Leto does a Tom Hiddleston impersonation in WeCrashed. The show reminds us of The […]
Mike stays true to his convictions from last weeks show – by turning up and also in reviewing The Batman! How will he rank sparkly Pattinson on the Bruce Wayne ladder? Steve and Mike unite on The Adam Project but did they like it? On Wolf LIke Me, Mike blurs the line between shows we […]
First order of business – work out whose fault it was that we missed out on last week’s episode! Then its down to the work of letting you good people know what you should and shouldn’t watch starting with the confusingly titled From we teased in last episode. We debate if Vikings: Valhalla lives up […]
Video Games and Movies collide once more as we have a similar discussion to the Tom Cruise “at least this tall to be Reacher” debate from Episode 25 . The topic this week being is Tom Holland beefy enough to play Nathan Drake in Uncharted! Mike’s jealousy of people with friends rears its head again […]
Catching up with the crew, Mike adds his reviewing weight to last week’s Reacher discussion. We take a look at what might have been if the Fresh Prince was a drama rather than a sit-com, which it is in Bel-Air from Peacock. Hercule Poirot returns as the mustachioed Kenneth Brannage for Death on the Nile. […]