They’ve announced a Space Jam 2. We’ll be doing this forever. You’re welcome.
This week our tour through Martial Arts movies has reached the 1950s, with SAMURAI SAGA (the Westernised title). After reviews of the film we launch into a discussion that ranges from 8 MILE to Kaiju movies, via US teen high-school drama…
Existing for centuries, the traditionally sour and salty style of beer from the Goslar region in Germany has recently started making a huge impact in the beer world. A Gose gives a savoury edge to your biting sours and can give a depth of flavour that quick kettle sours can lack, and pairs excellently with […]
This week we learn about surnames. Consider it a Tooniversal census. That is the main revelation. It was mostly business as usual for all involved. Luckily, business as usual in the Tooniverse is always entertaining.
The next in our series of martial arts films — and the first ‘talkie’ — is 1943’s SUGATA SANSHIRO, the debut of our old friend Akira Kurosawa. After differing initial reviews — appropriate, given this week’s theme — we talk about everything from sports films to the MCU.
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We gain insight into Bugs’ ongoing relationship with the eldritch horror that is Yosemite Sam, get a glimpse of the Tooniverse’s population control measures with Beaky Buzzard, and see Daffy Duck go full Orson Welles (or is it the other way around?)