SPOILERS! In this episode, The Only Podcast on the Internet focuses on Enemy (from Arrival director Denis Villeneuve) and gloomy grief porn Manchester By The Sea, while Ben battles offensively stereotypical zombies in the notoriously classist video game epic Resident Evil 7.
Also: Oli mehs all over Rango, Injustice: Gods Among Us and The Get Down but cums buckets over the wonderful alternative superhero movie Super (directed by James Gunn).
SPOILERS! At last Ben and Oli return after a month's delay due to Apple products shitting the bed and ruining everything. With the possible exception of all the sweatshops, this is the worth thing they've ever done.
In this episode, the daring duo discuss Arrival, Weiner, Tickled, Flowers, I Daniel Blake, Independence Day: Resurgence and Green Room while waiting for a Papa John's pizza that never comes.
SPOILERS! Ben and Oli are back but the podcast is coming apart at the seams due to global socio-political turmoil. Thanks Donald Trump!
Somehow despite the rise of 21st century fascism the dynamic duo manage to find the strength to discuss the bizarre documentary 'Tickled', cockles-warming heartmelter 'Pride' and Ben's ongoing regression into childhood via megalomaniacal money-spinner Lego Dimensions. Also the duo bicker about the merits of Paul Feig comedy 'Spy' (although they both refer to it as 'I Spy' throughout).
In the first edition of Weeing On Your Cornflakes, sour spoilsports Ben and Oli attempt to ruin everyone's fun regarding the new Star Wars film, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
It's officially too late to say it, but Happy New Year! In this episode Ben and Oli blow minds by embracing a bold new format untouched by the internet: a retrospective of the highs and lows of the previous year. Time will only tell if the idea catches on, especially after a nothing year like 2016.
In this episode: Ben bangs on about Flowers again, Oli kills the room with French existential author Albert Camus and we both try to make sense of the post-Trump social media hellscape. Also featured: too much Nigel Farage.
Merry Christmas! This episode Ben shoots sticky webbing into his trousers over the Spiderman Homecoming trailer and Oli raises the tone by bringing up Weiner. Also: Oli gets manipulated to tears by Ricky Gervais and Ben looks at drawings of Hugh Jackman as an old man.
In the first of our new batch of shorter, more regular episodes we catch up on Season 7 of the infinitely frustrating The Walking Dead, Oli gets evangelical about Humans and Ben marvels at the Cosmos.