The penultimate episode has arrived… before we finish our Star Trek journey in our rankings episode, we all sit around the TV with Charlie and watch the masterpiece that is Star Trek Into Darkness (insert sarcasm)
Is it a part Netflix part BluRay watch as we talk all over what turns out to be the most redundant Star Trek film. Join us as we talk about Spock’s hair, Kirks method of fixing stuff, how none of it makes sense and how we wish we’d listened to the fans and watched the 2009 Star Trek instead.
Charlie has his own website and podcast called Movie Drone, please check it out and subscribe.
The Starship DYEUTT reachs what is the probally the worst revived films in the franchise according to Star Trek fans. While we enjoyed ourselves while shaking our heads at the stupidity of last week, this we week strach our heads as the cracks of stupid begin to revieal itselfs even more. As Kirk gets the ship taken off of him only to get the ship back litually 5 minetes afterwards (a flippent guess but probably not far off), Kirk gets orders from Robocop a attack mission to kill Khan.. I mean John Harrison in a film that ivolves people frozen in missals and magic blood.
Join Becca, Dave, Chris and guest Charlie Brigdon as we review a film that get everything wrong. I this episode we disscuss, who is Cumberbach actually playing, who thought keeping the identaly of the villien a secret was a good idea, how this effects the overall story or delvepment of any of the characters at all, why did Alice Eve need to be in this film and how Chris Pine likes to fix stuff.
Charlie has his own website and podcast called Films on Wax, please check it out and subscribe.
Hello and welcome to the final podcast…….. of 2013. This last installment of the year features the luscious vocal talents of Chris (@CinemaTronix) Scott (@Celluloidical) and Raghav (@raghavmodi) as we talk about what’s been good, what’s been great and what’s been meh.
This time we sent a tweet out asking the best and worst of the year and though we got back some excellent answers it seemed to take a life of it’s own. Regardless we loved all your responses and had a great old natter about the our thoughts and opinions. Some of which was for films we hadn’t even heard off, that made us feel very bad indeed.
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