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Allen Christian, Steven Granger and Gerald James do the Lord's work, with weekly episodes chronicling the rise of the comic-book adaptation in film. Every episode is a new film, watched and reviewed as in-depth as possible. Personal feelings and misinformation abound, but we'll all learn things together.

Proud Members of the Batman Podcast Network

Allen Christian

Hey guys, we're happy to announce that we are now part of the Batman Podcast Network, through Batman-On-Film. Check out some of the other great podcasts available at batmanpodcastnetwork.com. If you like our little 'cast, there are certainly things there that will pique your interest. We'll continue to deliver the same great(?) content on a weekly basis, just with some bumpers hyping the network at the beginning. Thanks for your support. We've got a lot of good stuff coming up soon.

Episode #74 - Superman Returns

Allen Christian

The boys watch 2006's Superman Returns, directed by Bryan Singer, starring Brandon Routh and Kevin Spacey. Well executed in most respects, and a damn sight better than the current interpretation of the Man of Steel, the film suffers from being over-long and underwhelming. Routh is a fantastic stand-in for Christopher Reeve, and Spacey channels Hackman's Luthor while making it all his own. Unfortunately, a 21st century reimagining of Hackman-Luthor's real estate scheme from the 1978 film fails to leave an impression, especially given the runtime the climax demands. 

Also in this episode, Allen thinks people that didn't like Alien Covenant are lying to themselves about what the Alien franchise is, and the guys discuss Zack Snyder's departure from the Justice League production.

This episode was recorded before the death of Sir Roger Moore, hence the lack of mention. But fully expect a good talk and remembrance on the next episode.

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Episode #73 - X-Men: The Last Stand

Allen Christian

This week, the boys are joined again by Lacey Day to tackle Brett Ratner's gut-punch to the X-franchise, X-Men: The Last Stand. Nobody really likes the movie, but nobody really hates it as bad as they remembered hating it. Everyone is dressed poorly and nobody bothers acting. A poor take on the Dark Phoenix Saga, poorly written and even worse directing, the film doesn't justify its own existence.

Also in this episode, Allen tries to convince everyone to watch Samurai Gourmet, everyone wonders why they're even bothering to make this Mummy movie and why they think they have to have a shared Universal Monsters universe. Paul McCartney gets hate for being a pirate, and Allen Hates Aziz Ansari.

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Episode #70 - Fantastic Four (2005)

Allen Christian

The boys are shocked to once again find a film that's not nearly as bad as its reputation. Not only do we not think 2005's Fantastic Four is an awful movie, we actually quite enjoyed it. Mostly well cast and fairly well written, the film very closely captures the spirit of the original Jack Kirby & Stan Lee comic book.

Also in this episode, the guys discuss the new Star Wars trailer, Jeff Goldblum and the Jurassic World sequel, upcoming plans for the website and Gerald's oft discussed spin-off pod, the Pixelated Pictures Podcast, and the upcoming Unbreakable/Split sequel.

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Episode #68 - Fantastic Four ('94, Roger Corman)

Allen Christian

This week we take on the unreleased Fantastic Four, produced by Roger Corman. The story of this movie is strange and fascinating, far more so than the film itself. We dive into the movie and the recent documentary Doomed! The Untold Story of Roger Corman's Fantastic Four, where we determine everyone involved in making this picture was and remains completely delusional.

Also in this episode, Allen reveals that Fantastic Four is his favorite comic book of all time, spends an uninterrupted ten minutes describing why he loves the book and why he loves Jack Kirby, as well as an explanation to his ongoing jabs at Stan Lee.

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