Scott and Gareth take a look back at the first two films in the Robocop franchise.
Scott and Julian go deep and talk about Tim Burton, his filmography, why we enjoy his work and how auteur cinema is suffering at the moment.
Scott talks about the highlights of 2018 and some exciting new changes for 2019.
Gareth and Scott are back for one more round, to discuss Creed and the new release Creed 2
Scott chats with some special guests about two of the best Studio Ghibili Movies
Scott and Gareth step in the ring again to discuss the next 3 films in the Rocky Franchise - Rocky 4 - Rocky Balboa.
Scott is joined by new guest co-host Gareth Powell to talk about the saga of the greatest Boxing champ of all time Rocky Balboa. In Part 1 we cover Rocky to Rocky 3.
How do Horror movies and modern myths influence each other? What are we still scared of?
Scott meets Bryn C Hammond to discuss his book "The Complete History of The Howling" the best and worst of the Werewolf series and other horror banter.
The Complete History of the Howling will be available in early November 2018 from all good bookstores.
Mike and Scott wrap up the franchise retrospective and discuss the glut of rip offs that came in the 90's.Read More
Scott and Mike chat the first three Die Hard movies in the first part of the 20th Century Geek Die Hard retrospective.
Mike and Scott dig into the gothic Horror and Murder Mystery Horror of director Mario Bava with Black Sabbath & Blood and Black Lace.
Mike and Scott dip their toes into Italian Horror an chat about two Fulci Films, The House by the Cemetery and Zombie Flesh Eaters.
Scott and Guest host Julian Darius discuss the Planet of the Apes franchise, starting with the classic 1968 movie that kicked it all off.
Scott and Mike discuss the 1978 scifi classic Invasion of the Body Snatchers and late 70s horror cinema
Scott is joined by Comic book guys Matt and Jordan to chat the 1988 Disney mystery Classic Who Framed Roger Rabbit ... there's quite a few tangents as well!
Scott catches up with the resident comic books guys, Matt and Jordan, to discuss the different versions of the Man of Steel that have appeared on film and TV. Which are the best and worst.
In a mini-pod I give my review of British wrestling Comedy Walk like a Panther. I also had the opportunity to interview Steve Furst about making the film.
I chat with guest co-host and good friend Gaz about the Stallone action icon John J. Rambo and his many screen outings.
A quick thank you to those that contributed to 20th Century Geek in 2017 and a sneak peak at what is planned for 2018.