Ben & Matt continue their Marvel-lous (and never-ending)
Journey through the history of the MCU.
At last, a television show that knows it’s a television show. Bizarrely, we think it’s better for it! Your hosts discuss the tight-knit cast, the consistent quality, the bombastic guest appearance and what it all means for the future.
Ben & Matt’s Marvellous Journey – Episode 29: Loki
Arguably the most eagerly anticipated of Marvel’s announced 2021 slate, Loki did not disappoint, hurdling over
WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier to romp into first place among the MCU television shows. Continue reading Marvel Mondays – Loki: Series Review
Plot summary: Loki and Sylvie meet ‘He Who Remains’, who offers them an intriguing proposition at the end of time… Continue reading Marvel Mondays – Loki: Episode 6
Plot summary: Loki and a band of Variants seek an escape from The Void and its unstoppable sentinel. Continue reading Marvel Mondays – Loki: Episode 5
Plot summary: Shocking surprises abound as Loki & Sylvie mount a desperate assault on The Time-Keepers with major consequences. Continue reading Marvel Mondays – Loki: Episode 4
Plot summary: Loki makes a breakthrough in how The Variant has been hiding from The TVA, finally coming face to face with the mystery… person. Continue reading Marvel Mondays – Loki: Episode 2
Plot summary: Loki finds himself a prisoner of the Time Variance Authority for his actions in disrupting “The Sacred Timeline”, but Agent Mobius has other ideas for him. Continue reading Marvel Mondays – Loki: Episode 1
Ben Phillips & Matt Waters continue to present 25 of their favourite movies from a given decade, this time with
2010 – 2019.
After a heavy run of movies Ben & Matt thought it was time to take a trip to Europe and the whimsical frivolity of Wes Anderson’s Grand Budapest Hotel.
Continue reading There Will Be Movies – Episode 33: The Grand Budapest Hotel
Ben Phillips & Matt Waters present 25 of their favourite movies from a given decade, kicking things off with Volume 1: 2000 – 2009.
Finally, a movie by “your barista’s favourite director”, Wes Anderson, that was definitely not a late addition after the list was already locked. There is no way at least one episode had to be re-numbered to accommodate it. Definitely no way.
Continue reading There Will Be Movies – Episode 5: The Royal Tenenbaums