Remember that famous book that Hollywood made into one film and then forgot about the rest? Here's another! And it's not even based on the famous books.
Can the man who starred in the original film save the latest Predator sequel/re-boot/re-imagining?
Sure, it's a good idea for a film - but is Jim from The Office the right guy to make it?
Can we trust that 'The Meg' will be a ridiculously fun movie in a post 'Snakes on a Plane' world?
Are we witnessing the demise of the Star Wars saga? Or the birth of a new kind of cinematic experience - i.e. a good Ron Howard film?
Is it ever too late to talk about 'Ready Player One' and the death of cinema?
Was Daisy Ridley wise to say no to the new Tomb Raider reboot - or is it better than the The Last Jedi? Is anything worse than The Last Jedi?? This week James Hancock from the Wrong Reel podcast joins us to answer these questions and more.
The wait is over: Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep are finally in a film together. But was it worth waiting for?
Honestly now: has Liam Neeson made a good film since Schindler's List?
One of our psychics watched it twice, the other walked out before it finished - who was it and at what point in the film?