Episode 120 of The Movie Robcast sees Marvel returning to the big screen with
Will Scarlett Johansson’s COVID-delayed swansong in her megastar making role be worth the wait? Or is this
Tenet all over again?
The Robs also make room for
Loki chat, and Rob Wallis looks ahead to all the Marvel arriving on the big screen and small over the next year.…
In episode 109, Robs Daniel & Wallis review the opening two instalments of
WandaVision, the first Marvel series to hit Disney+.
Happily, they find plenty to talk about. Not that our intrepid casters in pod are ever stuck for words.…
In episode 82 of The Movie Robcast, Robs Daniel and Wallis review Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn), Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn Suicide Squad spin-off.
To do full justice to the movie, its comic origins and add an important female point-of-view on this female-led movie, Rob Daniel also sits down with friend of the podcast Sarah Johnson for her take.…
After nearly two decades, M. Night Shyamalan has finally made a return to the superhero movie – and with an ambitious crossover event no less.
His first foray into the genre,
Unbreakable, long before the birth of the comic-book franchise, was a subtle deconstruction that made a character study of comic-book archetypes.…
If Bryan Singer’s X-Men uses being a mutant as a metaphor for being gay then Josh Trank’s gritty
Fantastic Four reboot would seem analogous to being a moody teen.
Its central quarter is certainly a moody bunch: dweeby genius Reed Richards (Miles Teller), whose parents don’t understand him; Ben Grimm (Jamie Bell), a would-be hard-case from a bad home; Johnny Storm (Michael B.…