The SPUMM continues with Madame Web and Kneel Before Pod couldn’t resist breaking down this fascinating entry into the superhero canon. Our conversation covers worldbuilding, Spider-Man as the messiah and the state of the film industry.
A paramedic develops the power to see the future and has to save three teenage girls from a relentless villain bent on murdering them in S.J. Clarkson’s Madame Web.
Recently, Craig had the chance to talk to Alessandro Miro, the actor playing Hunter Fosterini in Puppy Love. The conversation covers representation, working to the pace of a TV show production and dealing with being cut.
A man in jail narrates a tale of crime and romance in Keir O’Donnell’s Marmalade.
A podcaster interviews various subjects to uncover a mystery surrounding mysterious objects that may be of alien origin in Matt Vesely’s Monolith.
An overworked and underpaid assistant has a lie told to a stranger escalate to the extreme in Carlson Young’s Upgraded.
The longest month of the year is finally over. It contained a long list of news and trailers to mull over. Join us for a bumper episode where we discuss the Oscar nominations, attractive movie/TV actors and whether it’s Netlix’s responsibility to feed the hungry.
Doctor Who recently celebrated its 60th anniversary and began a new era with the 2023 Christmas special. Kneel Before Pod breaks this down with special guest Darren Mooney. The conversation covers bringing back fan-favourite actors and showrunners, the show’s future and debates about canon.
Recently, Craig had the pleasure of talking to Nolan North, the voice of Hal Jordan aka Green Lantern in the latest DC animated movie Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths Part 1. The conversation covers researching a role, finding a character’s voice and attending Scottish weddings.
Recently, Craig had the pleasure of talking to Jim Krieg, Jeff Wamester and Butch Lukic; writer, director and supervising producer respectively on the latest DC animated movie Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths Part 1. The conversation covers their approach to adapting a massive event, finding the emotional core and teases for the remaining two parts.