Avengers: Endgame

The Avengers assemble one last time for an epic battle to fix reality itself in Anthony and Joe Russo’s Avengers: Endgame. This is one of the hardest reviews I have ever had to write because the secrecy attached to this film is unprecedented. Avengers: Infinity War was closely guarded but even that was nothing compared…

Kneel Before Pod – Official MCU Top Ten

As a vague excuse to chat about the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the run up to Endgame Chris hosts this special edition of Kneel Before Pod in which we reveal the teams official MCU Top Ten following a secret ballot (which was not influenced by H.Y.D.R.A.). Craig (our glorious leader and just all round great…

Marvel Cinematic Universe Ranking Phase II

Since the last time I did this list there have been more films set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe so I saw fit to update that list ahead of the imminent release of the long awaited Avengers: Infinity War. I’ve altered some of the text on the entries that belonged to the previous list where…

Kneel Before Pod – Spider-Man: Homecoming

Craig, Aaron and Chris assembled to discuss the Sony/Marvel collaborative effort Spider-Man: Homecoming. As always the conversation went on random tangents such as Futurama, other versions of Spider-Man and how Michael Keaton likes to play characters based on winged creatures. Craig and Aaron can be found on this very site and Chris can also be…

Spider-Man: Homecoming

Marvel’s latest outing brings their most marketable character into the fold with Jon Watts’ Spider-Man: Homecoming. The level of anticipation for this movie was off the charts. I’m talking both as a fan of this character and the Marvel movies but also as someone who lives on this planet. Spider-Man’s extended cameo in Captain America:…

The Jungle Book

Jon Favreau’s The Jungle Book is the latest of Disney’s live action updates to their classic animated movies after Kenneth Branagh’s Cinderella. The story is that a young boy named Mowgli (Neel Sethi) is forced to leave the family of wolves that raised him when his life is threatened by a merciless tiger named Shere…

EIFF 2015 – Misery Loves Comedy

Kevin Pollak’s documentary Misery Loves Comedy has him ask a large number of people associated with comedy what they think makes them funny. Comedy is a difficult beast at the best of times. We all know what we find funny and can rattle off examples of things we consider to be hilarious but the question of…