Ratchet and Clank and Special Correspondents get reviewed.Vichas the best reason as to why the new Ghostbusters trailerhasbeendisliked over half a billion times and an exclusivespoilercastspecial for Captain America: Civil War is at the end oftheusualpodcast.
An indepth, spoiler free review of Captain America Civil War leads the charge on this weeks show. Bastille Day follows up the rear and Alien 5 is up for discussion, among all the other movie madness
This week The Jungle Book get's reviewed and the guys shoot the breeze about a Pokemon Movie, C3PO's Red Arm and lots more
There is only one way to pronounce AT-AT, on this weeks podcast anyway. In between the phonetics of Imperial Walkers, Hardcore Henry gets reviewed, the guys give their reaction to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and what happens to the DCUniverse now?
This week the podcast reveals all about Star Wars Episode VIII shooting in Cork's English Market. Eddie the Eagle soars through the reviews and things aren't looking good for Batman v Superman.
This is the one you've been waiting for!!! Batman v Superman gets reviewed, and at the end of the podcast (with plenty of warning) the guys go into full spoiler cast mode for Zack Snyder's latest movie. Even Tom is shaking!!! Don't miss this one!
Jam packed episode with reviews of 10 Cloverfield Lane and Pee Wee's Big Holiday. The guys also debate Sean Parker's new idea which has already got some big backing from Hollywood. The Screening Room allows you to watch movies at home, the same day they hit cinemas. Would you pay $50 to watch the latest blockbuster at home?
This week Tom needs a change of underwear after reviewing The Witch. Zootropolis gets the full review treatment and things get weirder than usual with our critically acclaimed screen actor.
This week Vic has more than a few choice words for Paul Feig and the guys review London has Fallen and Hail, Caesar! amongst other movie madness
The guys go through this years Academy Award Winners, Vic has some choice words about Chris Rock and has an announcement all of his own to make.
Ryan Reynold's penis! Need we say more?
This week, Vic finally figures out why Paul Feig's Ghostbusters won't work. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies get reviewed and Deadpool fans will NOT want to miss this episode either!
Rhett Reese talks about Deadpool Sequels - Yes, you read that right! SEQUELS!!
Our own merc with a mouth reviews Deadpool and we check out Goosebumps and Strangerland to boot. Forget the big game, it's all about the big ads and tv spots and we give you the lowdown on this years epic TV spots from Superbowl 50.
Vic shoots the breeze with Deadpool movie writer, Rhett Reese who gives an insane insight into Deadpool. Easter Eggs, Ryan Reynolds, getting the movie made, the hilarious marketing campaign and lots more. EVERYTHING you need to know about the new Deadpool movie is right here!!
Vic chats to the writer of Strangerland starring Nicole Kidman and Hugo Weaving, Michael Kinirons.
Tom is on his man period this week and we all suffer. Makes for hilarious listening though! 13 Hours, Dirty Grandpa and Capture The Flag go through the review process and Vic takes on the awards and racism
This week Ride Along 2 and The 5th Wave get reviewed. The Movie Bit's rating system gets explained. Which movie genres are ending and plenty madness and bedlam!
Oscar nominee Adam McKay dropped by the podcast to chat about his new movie, The Big Short, starring Christian Bale, Brad Pitt and Steve Carell.
The guys give their Oscar picks and suggestions and get into all of this weeks 5 star movies, as well as giving a glowing tribute to Alan Rickman. All that and of course you're favorite bits too.
The amazing Lenny Abrahamson returns to the podcast to talk about his incredible new movie, Room, starring Brie Larson and Jacob Tremblay. He talks movie making, awards, child actors and so much more.
The Hateful Eight, The Golden Globes and David Bowie are up for discussion on this weeks podcast amongst all the usual movie madness. Bakers may find this episode particularly insightful.
Vic chats with Tommy Pallotta (A Scanner Darkly, Waking Life) about his phenomenal new movie The Last Hijack and gives an incredible insight into the animation process, Somali pirates and all things movies!