Comedians Andrew Ivimey and Diana McCallum break down a different superhero movie or TV show every week, hilariously highlighting everything you never noticed in your favorite franchises.
We're talking about Denis Villeneuve's Dune (2021). We head back to Arrakis to talk about the sneaky part 1 of this 2 part story, changes that work, are the Harkonnen's scary enough, and we try to solve the mystery of the final shot of Jason Momoa.
We're going back to 1984 and watching David Lynch's Dune for the first time. We're both uneducated in the ways of Dune so we're wandering through Arrakis together and talking about the value of witches, internal narration, why Sting is a fancy boy and the cat scene that haunts us.
No time To Die
This week we're talking about the final instalment in Daniel Craig's James Bond series, No Time To Die. We talk about empowered female characters, 2 movies being mashed into one, the frequent mention of poison but lack of any poison, and the importance of secrets.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage
This week is all about Venom: Let There Be Carnage. We talk about the fun of knowing what you are, the wrong kind of serial killer, Eddie Brock is a trash man, sexually fluid romance, and SPOILER WARNING we talk about the post-credit scene.
This week we're talking about episodes 1-7 of Marvel's What If...? Episode by episode we talk about our favourites, shifts from comedy to violence, not liking the fan favourite, and the most successful ways they reimagined these characters.
This week we're talking about James Bond in Spectre. The movie that connects all the movies, kinda? We break down spy tropes, a low stakes car chase, getting a drill to the brain, and how Q is the real hero.
These fun little scamps always bring at least one thing to the table I didnt think of. Which is impressive considering how much of a hyper-focucing, detail-oriented, 4th-wall-breaking dork I can be. The "things I would change" segment is almost ALWAYS right. So much so that it can be upsettng that thier version didn't get made.
Such a fun show, Andrew and Diana always bring something to the table that I end up referencing in my own deep dive movie convo’s. So good!
Diana is Hilarious
Andrew is great too! Don't get me wrong! Diana has been really on the ball the last few episodes: funny and smart. She keeps pointing stuff out in movies that blows Andrew's mind. It's good fun.