Pop Culture Weekly Episode 7

In Pop Culture Weekly Episode 7, Josh takes a look at the biggest Pop Cultures stories of the week, including Disney restructuring...

Pop Culture Weekly Episode 5

In Pop Culture Weekly Episode 5, Josh takes a look at the biggest Pop Cultures stories of the week, including the upcoming Borat sequel,...

Enola Holmes Review

Netflix’s Enola Holmes adapts the first book from the series by Nancy Springer, that follows Enola, the younger sister of Sherlock Holmes. The live-action...

Pop Culture Weekly Episode 1

In Pop Culture Weekly Episode 1, the first episode of our new series, Josh takes an overly cynical and sarcastic look at this weeks...

The Umbrella Academy: Season 2’s Biggest Differences Between the Comics and the Show

Unlike the first Season of the Umbrella Academy which followed a more traditional route as an adaption, and generally speaking, kept to the same...

The Umbrella Academy Season 2 Easter Eggs, References and Cameos

As with any good comic book adaption, the Umbrella Academy Season 2 is filled with nods to its comic book roots and the wider...

The Umbrella Academy Season 2 Review

The second season of Netflix's Umbrella Academy, an adaption of the comics books from Gerrard Way and Gabriel Bá, takes a significant departure from...

How Netflix’s Cursed Balances Adaptation and Reinvention

Based on the novel from Thomas Wheeler and Frank Miller, Netflix’s Cursed adapts the new take on the Arthurian legend, which puts the Lady...

The Old Guard: The Biggest Differences Between the Movie and the Comics

Netflix’s The Old Guard, a movie version of the comic written by Greg Rucka and art by Leandro Fernandez, is a great adaption that...

The Old Guard Review

(The Old Guard Review contains spoilers for the movie). After Netflix original comic book adaptations like Daybreak, Locke and Key, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina...

Dracula’s Best Easter Eggs and References

As a character with more on-screen adaptions than anyone could brandish a crucifix at, Count Dracula’s latest incarnation comes from a BBC and Netflix...

How Dracula Reimagines the Centuries-Old Vampire for a Modern Audience

Count Dracula is one of literature’s most enduring characters, having been a mainstay in some form or another ever since his inception. One hundred...

The Umbrella Academy: The Biggest Differences Between the Comics and the Show

The first season of the Umbrella Academy delivers a great debut, one that explores the lives of a group of dysfunctional former superheroes. But...

How Daredevil Season 3 Takes a Deeper Dive into Matt Murdoch’s Faith Than Ever Before

Starting with Daredevil, the Netflix corner of the MCU has spun off into a variety of avenues, with different shows focusing on some thematically...

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Pop Culture Weekly Episode 7

In Pop Culture Weekly Episode 7, Josh takes a look at the biggest Pop Cultures stories of the week, including Disney restructuring to focus on their streaming services, lots of details on remakes, reboots, sequels and prequels,...

The Boys Season 2 Review

(The Boys Season 2 Review Contains Spoilers for Seasons 1 and 2) As any fans of the first eight episodes would expect, the second season of The Boys is filled with even more gratuitous...

Pop Culture Weekly Episode 6

In Pop Culture Weekly Episode 6, Josh takes a look at the biggest Pop Cultures stories of the week, including the biggest news out of the online New York Comic-Con "Metaverse", details on the Playstation 5 Teardown,...

Star Wars Squadrons Easter Eggs, References and Cameos

As with most Star Wars content, Star Wars Squadrons is packed full of hints, mentions and direct nods to other Star Wars adventures. This ranges from familiar character cameos to a huge amount of ship customisation - which allows...

Star Wars Squadrons Review

With EA finally hitting their stride with Star Wars titles, after some huge updates to Battlefront II, and the incredible Star Wars: Jedi: Fallen Order from Respawn, Star Wars Squadrons adds to the list of great Star Wars games...