Author: Mark

The Loki No Spoiler Review

Yes I’m glad I watched it, but only just What should I Watch One Line Review You are no doubt wondering where the podcast is this week – the team and I are taking a break, but never fear we will be back in your ears next with Episode 6 next Friday, over spilling with […]

What Should I Watch Episode 05 – The Tomorrow War, Infinite, Shadow and Bone

An extra large helping of action this week; in The Tomorrow War Chris Pratt sets aside Dinosaurs to try to save humanity from extinction in The Future. We discuss the merits of different approaches to giving action heroes super powers in reviewing Infinite, another action movie where Mark Wahlburg has special abilities, for some reason. […]

Shadow and (Bare) Bones

Derivative and contrived with very little to separate it from the rest of the genre What Should I Watch One Line Review The Young Adult demographic can’t exactly add a lack of TV options to their angst catalysts, in fact I would go so far as to say Netflix might be the ideal place to […]

What Should I Watch Episode 03 – Nobody, Kevin Can Go F**k Himself, Clarkson’s Farm

What no super heroes or villains this week? We do wander away from the various meta-human offerings regularly (Episode 1 and Episode 2 not withstanding). Instead we tackle the over achievement of the everyman in Bob Odenkirk‘s portrayal of a Nobody, or at least a nobody with a particular set of skills. Annie Murphy returns […]

What Should I Watch Episode 02 – M.O.D.O.K., Loki, Panic

If you didn’t have enough from last week’s show and find yourself still wondering “what should I watch?”. We have a penchant for super villainy on the show this week! The team get a look at how Iron Man‘s Boot and evil-super-genius helps with maintaining martial bliss in Marvel’s M.O.D.O.K from Hulu. Owen Wilson contends […]

What Should I Watch – Episode 01 Calls, Hacks, Mare of Easttown

This inaugural episode brings you a number of spirited reviews to help you find the right things to watch wherever you live on the internet. We kick off with Calls; an Apple TV show featuring audio only that creates great controversy among our reviewers. Hacks is a departure from the typical action-superhero show Mark tends […]

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