We left you last week on the edge of your seats as our beloved Porky had gone mad with power and declared himself the ruler of his own nation of Porkytopia. Join us for the thrilling conclusion in this last episode of Season 1,and going forward with us on our journey towards Space Jam in […]
We conclude our Ben Wheatley season with his most recent offering, 2016’s FREE FIRE. After our initial responses to the film, we go on to talk about claustrophobia, empathising with the IRA (!), and whether or not Wheatley has made the ‘step up’ to Hollywood (CA) direction.
In this episode we look at Mike’s favourite style of beer the Black IPA. Many despise it’s contradictory title, but inside the beer itself you’ll find two elements that go together better than expected, roasted malts and heavy hops.
A year of podcasts, a decade of cartoons watched, and a wealth of new information uncovered about the Tooniverse. Chris and Cal mark the end of their first year by recapping the story so far. This is a great catch-up for those new to the show, and those struggling to keep up.
Back after a hiatus, we delve further into Ben Wheatley’s oeuvre, with his 2013 historical horror A FIELD IN ENGLAND. Our reviews are mixed, but then we do get into some very interesting discussions about genre collisions, social structure, and whether or not Ben Wheatley will be a success as a blockbuster Hollywood director with […]
In Final Gravity we take a look at the various beers we’ve brewed after they’re completed. Find out what went right, what went wrong and most importantly what we’ve learned on our journey to make better beer.
In this, the first ever Space Jam Continuum Live Show, Chris and Cal enlist the help of a studio audience in an attempt to weave the 1988 film Who Framed Roger Rabbit (a good documentary about life in 1947) into the intricate tapestry that is The Space Jam Continuum Extended Universe.
In episode 4 we look at Kettle Sours, a method of souring beer without having to wait a couple of years! As usual, we brew one ourselves, talk about the style and our recipe, before trying out these commercial examples with our guest reviewer Rachael Harrison-Wood.
In this bumper episode, our brave boys power through 8 (eight) glimpses through the portal in an attempt to close out this decade of Tooniversal research, knowing all too well that one documentary about life in 1947 is gonna change everything.
This week’s film is the incredibly disturbing ? don’t watch it if your constitution is in any way delicate; it will stay with you ? Ben Wheatley film KILL LIST. We talk about how this film takes a while to get going, but when it does ? oh boy! Also on the agenda today: social realism, Lovecraftian […]