Author and comic book fan Perry Constantine is your guide into the world of superhero film and TV! In each episode, Perry and a guest tackle a different movie or TV show and go into detail about what works and what doesn't, trying to focus on the stuff they enjoy as opposed to ranting about the stuff they hate.
The Amazing Spider-Man
Podcaster and musician Kelen "B-Hyphen" Conley joins Perry for a double-feature! In their first movie, they watch The Amazing Spider-Man, a movie Kelen was prepared to eviscerate. But you know what they say about best-laid plans...
Perry is joined this week by John Bracich, his former co-host on The Geek Screen, the podcast that was a precursor to this one. This time around, they're discussing Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart's grand finale performances as Wolverine and Professor X in 2017's Logan.
Guardians of the Galaxy
Demond Thompson of the Demond Does Podcast stops by the show for a discussion about the first Guardians of the Galaxy movie. But in true Superhero Cinephiles fashion, we also go on a number of tangents about Milestone Comics, memories of Derrick, and many more!
The Batman/Superman Movie: World's Finest
Mike Blanchard of the GeekCast Radio Network is the show's latest guest, here to discuss what is certainly the best Batman/Superman movie ever made—the three-part team-up that originally aired as part of Superman: The Animated Series. Perry and Mike talk about how the film nails the relationship between Superman and Batman, as well as the DCAU and its legacy.
Zack Snyder's Justice League
No one can replace Derrick, but he would have wanted the show to continue, and so it does. In the first episode of this new format, Perry is joined by author and video producer Adam Lance Garcia and they tackle the Snyder Cut. And in true Superhero Cinephiles fashion, there's plenty of other digressions about Falcon and the Winter Soldier, the DCEU, and much more!
Superhero Cinephiles are Better in the Dark
Superhero Cinephiles continues to celebrate the life of the better half of its host. In this special episode, Perry is joined by Thomas Deja, who hosted the Better in the Dark podcast with Derrick for seven years. They share their memories and stories of Derrick, what they loved about him, and how we can all honor his memory.