Tag: Netflix

Episode 30 – Welcome to Flatch, WeCrashed, DMZ, Windfall

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 […]

Episode 29 – The Batman, The Adam Project, Wolf Like Me

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 […]

Episode 23 – Belfast, Archive 81, Somebody Somewhere

Will Belfast, Kenneth Brannagh‘s love letter to his childhood, attract the same appreciation from the podcast crew as it does from the Oscar pundits? Somebody Somewhere has Mark and Steve trying to untangle some confused feelings (about the tv show – this isn’t Hollyoaks). Mike brings the team into the found footage horror genre with […]

Episode 21 – Spider-Man: No Way Home, Book of Boba Fett, Matrix: Resurrections, Don’t look up!

Some folks take a break over the holiday season, not the WSIW crew! We have a bumper episode covering a whole host of TV and Film to let you know the best things to watch to kill any January Blues! On the slate this week are Spider-Man: No Way Home, Book of Boba Fett, Matrix: […]

Episode 19 – Hawkeye, Immoral Compass, True Story

The MCU is back on Disney+ and our podcast! We discuss if Hawkeye hits the mark (get it!) or if the aging somewhat-super hero should have stayed in retirement. Immoral Compass tests the depravity tolerance of the crew, but is it good?. In True Story, Kevin Hart plays someone very like himself along with poor […]

Episode 18 – Wheel of Time, The Card Counter, Hellbound

This week The Card Counter bamboozles the team, are we at the mercy of false advertising? Mark’s excitement peaks as we finally review the Amazon Prime production Wheel of Time, with Mike coming in a close second for Rosamund Pike. We return to Korea for the first time since Squid Game in Episode 15, this […]

Episode 16 – Dune, Oats Studios, Invasion

Laid low for two weeks by the great plague of our time, the team return hale and hearty. Mark still seems to have a sore spot about pronunciation from the great Vigil debate in Episode 11, that rears its head once more in discussing Dune (Dew-n or June people, pick a side!). We debate the […]

Episode 13 – Y: The Last Man, The Premise, Cocaine Cowboys: The Kings of Miami

If there is one thing that divides friends its Cocaine. Well, by divide I mean we disagree and by cocaine I mean Netflix documentary Cocaine Cowboys: The Kings of Miami. We do the classic contrast and compare against Episode 11‘s Untold documentary and back it up with Mark’s mathematics homework. Y: The Last Man leads […]

Episode 11 – Q-Force, Untold: Crimes and Penalties, Vigil

The podcast very nearly derails this week over the pronunciation of Vigil, a BBC submarine drama. Yes, that is a genre now. We contrast new Netflix animated comedy Q-Force with Archer and decide if either represents a “Queer and Present Danger“. David Harbour is among the Q-Force cast that has us revisit Episode 6‘s Black […]

Episode 10 – Reminiscence, Candyman, The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf

We take our courage in both hands this week to revisit a horror of our childhoods: Candyman! The Witcher TV show becomes a divisive element in the proceedings as we discuss The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf. Is the Henry Cavill live action show better or worse than Netflix‘s anime offering? Nightmare of the Wolf […]

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