Episode 50 – Ancient Apocalypse , Barbarian, The Calling

This week we tackle how teenagers are likley to deal with pre-history when we discuss Netflix‘s Ancient Apocalypse. Mark drags us kicking and screaming back to La Brea to discuss Season 2. Steve gets a shock in Barbarian, due to a distinct lack of Conans. Lastly we talk about what separates The Calling from The […]

Episode 49 – All Quiet on the Western Front, Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities, SAS Rogue Heroes

This week the team ably demonstrates why you should never bring your feelings to a podcast! Opening arguments center around the reality or lack in Superman & Lois season 2 final, but degenerates from there to pull in SAS Rogue Heroes. All Quiet on the Western Front fractures the team centering on the quesion is […]

Episode 48 – The Peripheral, The Watcher, The Playlist

Mark delights the crew with seamless segueways this week as the team begins with where it all went wrong on The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. Our original review in Episode 43 was mixed, but has time aligned our opinions any further? We dig into Amazon Prime’s new top show The Peripheral […]

Episode 47 – Reginald the Vampire, Werewolf by Night, Walker: Independence

Chuck Norris gets a mention this week though somewhat removed. We look at Walker: Independence, the prequel to the reboot of the Texas Ranger. Reginald the Vampire shines a light (not sunlight obviously) on fat shaming in the undead community. Marvel puts out the halloween special nobody asked for in Werewolf by Night, that takes […]

Episode 46 – The Imperfects, Vampire Academy, Dahmer

Mark’s current affairs knowledge is back under the spotlight this week as we try to decide if Netflix’s Dahmer falls under the “history” category. The latest supernatural YA tv, Vampire Academy, brings up a lot of our age issues. The Imperfects divides the camp and leads to a discussion about the ethics of gene splicing! […]

Episode 45 – The Imperfects, reboot, Beast, Quantum Leap

MIke and Steve once again carry the weight of the show this week. Idris Elbow has a row with a lion in Beast. We make lots of 80s jokes in talking about Quantum Leap, a reboot of an old show, then pivot into reviewing Reboot, a show about a reboot of a fictitious show. Its […]

Episode 44 – Last Light, Pantheon, Serpent Queen

Two episodes in one week! Spoiled is what you all are. Mark returns and brings with him Dr. Jack Shepard from Lost, only this time he is pretending to be someone else entirely in gasline-apocalypse Last Light. We take a look at Serpent Queen and how Walking Dead’s Alpha copes just wearing her own face […]

Episode 43 – The Patient, Mo , The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power

Lots to discuss this week as we return to Middle Earth for the Lord of the Rings: the Rings of Power. How hard is it to cure someone of serial killeritis? Steve Carell has a go in The Patient. Last we review the hard knocks of an imigrant working in the US with Mo

Episode 42 – The Samaritan, Kleo, Mike, Suriel Hess

Flying as a duo this week Steve and Mark forge ahead without Mike. Making it the perfect time to talk about the Tyson biopic “Mike“, right? Steve shares his love of talented musicians in featured Youtube artist Surial Hess. Mark manages to squeeze yet another superhero into the show, this time featuring Sylvester Stallone as […]

Episode 41 – House of the Dragon, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, DC League of Super-Pets, Carter

We are made of questions this week! Is House of the Dragon just more Game of Thrones and is that a good thing? Is double jobbing an option for a superhero in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. DC League of Super-Pets has us asking did everyone or anyone know Super-Man had a dog? Lastly we work […]

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