David Brent: Life on the Road gets slammed and we get scared silly with Lights Out. All that and more movie news than you can shake Bantha poo-doo at.
This week The Shallows, Nerve and Pete's Dragon go under the review microscope. Is there big problems at Warner Bros and plenty more for your listening delight
This week, Vic takes on Suicide Squad. Do we need sites like Rotten Tomatoes and some big news surrounding Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
This is a very special episode. Not only is Finding Dory, The BFG and Star Trek Beyond are up for review, this is the first podcast that we broadcast LIVE over Facebook video!
This week, Tom lets loose on the new Ghostbusters. Huge cast update for Spider-man Homecoming and more movie related fun and frolics than you can shake a proton beam at!
What would the original Independence Day movie have sounded like with President Doc Brown? Find out in this weeks episode along with reviews of Independence Day Resurgence, The Secret Life of Pets and we plenty more including some epic Star Wars news
As THEMOVIEBIT.COM celebrates it's 7th year, we look back at the BEST and WORST movies from the last 7 years.
Gods of Egypt gets reviewed and we pay tribute to Anton Yelchin
Conjuring 2 and The Boss get reviewed and the guys discuss why Superman has been destroyed by the movies. And Vic loses his mind (again) about Ghostbusters! But he makes sense!!! Doesn't he?
Simon Delany returns to the podcast to talk all things that go bump in the night with his new movie, The Conjuring 2
Find out why the actor who has NEVER seen a horror movie in his life took the role. Get the lo-down on James Wan, spooky on set happenings and lots more!
Rocksteady himself, Sheamus, drops by the podcast to talk all things Turtles, WWE, Sequels, Spinoffs and sandwiches!
As per usual, we squeeze as much as we can into our time and Sheamus was a legend, going in depth about playing Rocksteady, his chemistry with Be-Bop, being a Turtles fan as a kid, a Rocksteady and BeBop spin off and lots more!
Lots of reviews this week including TMNT 2, Money Monster, Alice Through the Looking Glass, Do-Over and a contender for the worst movie of the year in Warcraft
X-Men Apocalypse goes under the review scope. Lots of news about Dunkirk, Star Wars Episode VIII and lots more!
The guys have the lo-down on Mark Hamill and the Star Wars Episode VIII cast arriving in Cork airport and the subsequent Irish shoot. Angry Birds and The Green Room get reviewed and we have an exclusive look back at 30 years of Top Gun
Clare chats with Angry Birds co-director Fergal Reilly
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?