Kneel Before Pod – Alien Dentistry

Doctor Who returns to screens with a new Doctor and new companions so Kneel Before Pod pulls together a quick podcast to share their thoughts on the first episode and their hopes for the upcoming season. Craig can be found on this very site, Andrew’s work can be found on the Starburst website and in…

Kneel Before Pod – Cuddly Venom

The release of Venom is mere days away so Kneel Before Pod decided to discuss his last live action appearance in the often maligned Spider-Man 3. Craig, Chris and Izaak get together to deliver their thoughts on the divisive final entry in the Sam Raimi Spider-Man trilogy. The discussion covers whether the film is really…

Kneel Before Pod – Protomolecule The Musical

The Expanse recently completed its third season. Discovering there were other fans on the team Chris couldn’t resist getting a crew together for a chat. Kat, Aaron and Chris discuss everything from solar system politics to strange experiments and discuss a snapshot of the nerdy goings ons in our soon to be award winning “Kneel…

Kneel Before Pod – In Search of Orange Slices

Marvel’s Ant-Man and The Wasp has finally made its way to UK cinemas so Kneel Before Pod is bringing the usual Marvel Cinematic Universe coverage in the form of an in depth discussion. Craig and Andrew get together to discuss size changing car chases, de ageing CGI tech and the culinary potential of the Quantum…

“A Joke” Cast Interview

Craig recently had the chance to talk to Robert Picardo, Sylvester McCoy and John Bett about their comedy stage play A Joke. The play focuses on 3 men who think that they are the components of a joke and try to figure out what makes something funny while exploring all the possibilities. It’s a very…

Kneel Before Pod – Legion – Dial-up Monk

Another three episodes of Legion have been aired so Kneel Before Pod continues its regular coverage of the second season with a discussion of Episodes 8, 9 and 10 titled “Chapter 16”, “Chapter 17” and “Chapter 18”. As always the discussion muddles through the confusing imagery and tries to make sense of the intention and…