Comedians Craig Fay and Rebecca Reeds view Movies and TV from the villain's perspective and dare to ask if they were really all that bad. Podcast Produced by The From Superheroes Network.
Bridget Jones's Diary
Natasha was looking forward to starting a new life with her fiancé Mark Darcy in New York City. But after uprooting her life and career, Mark suddenly flees back to England to be with a woman he had previously described as a “verbally incontinent, chain smoking alcoholic”. Now Natasha must put the pieces of her life back together alone in a strange city, half a world away from her friends and family.
Ant-man And The Wasp (with Jocelyn Geddie)
When Ava, a chronically ill woman, seeks access to medicine that could save her life she finds her way blocked by disgraced researcher Dr. Hank Pym – a self-serving narcissist obsessed with reconnecting with his estranged wife regardless of the cost to others. Now Ava must prepare for the fight of her life in this triumphant tale of perseverance and human spirit. With special guest Jocelyn Geddie (@JocelynGeddie)
The Magic School Bus
Arnold had heard the stories. The tales of the evil woman known only as “The Friz” trapping students inside her haunted bus and subjecting them to horrors beyond comprehension. And that’s all he thought they were: stories… until the day the Friz came for him.
Now in the fight for his life and sanity Arnold knows only one thing to be true: He should have stayed home from school today.
The Fast and The Furious (with Che Durena)
Heads will roll at the FBI after an elaborate and costly undercover operation fails to bring down the violent and reckless crime boss Dominic Toretto. With evidence that agency funds were funneled into buying fancy cars and accusations of inappropriate behaviour between the undercover agent and Dom’s sister, the FBI must decide whether the investigation failed due to incompetence or corruption. With special guest Che Durena (@CheDurena)
Toy Story 2
Al McWhiggin loves toys. So when he spots a raggedy old “Sheriff Woody” doll at a yard sale he recognizes the chance to preserve an important piece of pop-culture for generations to come. Little does he realize there are sinister forces working secretly against him to make sure the ultra-valuable collector’s items never leave the country.
On the long flight home after his father’s death Robert Fischer plans to spend the time grieving and meditating on their fraught relationship. Little does he realize the flight is full of dangerous criminals on the run from the law, who drug him and force him into a confrontation that could change everything about who he is.
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Lots of laughs
Just discovered this podcast and can say it is now a favourite. If we are to #stayhome, doing it with movies and discussions about movies is fine by me. A different, amusing perspective...
Num Num Num, I Just Want To Eat It Up
I thought I had written a 4 star review for this when it was still fairly new, saying that it hadn't yet found its stride but that I liked the concept and the hosts. It turns out, I never actually submitted that review, which works out just fine since they've absolutely found their stride since then. The hosts bring a great energy to the show, and they're absolutely great at rolling with whatever they throw at each other. Accidentally watched different movies for the episode and don't realise it until they're about to record? Still manage to pull off a super entertaining episode. Real talent to pull that off. And you know a podcast is truly great when it changes your vocabulary, and has TVWR done that? Buddy. It has for me.