Kneel Before Pod – A Skrull Filing Cabinet

In advance of Avengers: Endgame the team got together to discuss the most recent Marvel release, Captain Marvel. The discussion covers alien cats, young Samuel L. Jackson and Skrull filing cabinets. Craig can be found on this very site. Natalie can be found on this site or under her own website showcasing her own projects…

Captain Marvel

The Marvel Cinematic Universe heads back to the 90s to introduce a new superhero in Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck’s Captain Marvel. Avengers: Endgame is mere weeks away but in the meantime Marvel take the opportunity to introduce a character who will be important in that film. Marvel often excel in bringing characters to life…

Ready Player One

Steven Spielberg brings a digital world to life in his adaptation of the wannabe cult classic novel Ready Player One. I’ll start with a brief overview of my feelings on the novel. In short I think it’s an easy read but has several fundamental problems that prevent it from ever being good. The characters are…

Darkest Hour

Joe Wright’s Darkest Hour tells the story of Winston Churchill’s early days as Prime Minister and the decision he made that continues the Second World War. Winston Churchill seems to be a popular figure to adapt at the moment with his portrayal by John Lithgow in The Crown and Brian Cox bringing his own particular…

Kneel Before Pod – Rogue One

The second annual Star Wars movie has been released in the form of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. The first in a series of stand-alone side films set in the Star Wars universe A review wasn’t enough so Kat, Chris and myself (Craig) got together to discuss it. We cover everything from the prequels, the original…

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Gareth Edwards brings us the first stand-alone Star Wars movie with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story -hereafter referred to as Rogue One-; the story of how the Rebellion came upon the Death Star plans. There was a lot riding on this film. It’s the first in the planned Star Wars anthology stories that shine…

On the Silver Screen – Black Sea

Jude Law stars as Captain Robinson in Black Sea, the story of a submarine crew tasked with searching the depths of the Black Sea in order to loot a submarine rumoured to be loaded with tons of gold. The film starts out really well for the most part. Captain Robinson seems to be a sympathetic…