What did our resident psychics think of The Last Jedi? You'll have to wait to find out - in the meantime, remember that other franchise that polarized audiences only a month ago?
Did Marvel give Taika Waititi the James Gunn or Edgar Wright treatment?
Is this long-awaited sequel more Blade Runner than Blade Runner? Our resident screen psychics look into the future to find out. Not the present future, of course - the future of what was the future in the past.
Guest psychic Bill Scurry of the 'I Don't Get It' podcast helps us peer into the future and see if all those American cameos can help or hinder the long-awaited Kingsman sequel.
Did our experienced screen psychics predict the box office smash of last weekend, Stephen King's clown horror It? Was it better than the miniseries? Was the miniseries good at all? And what's all this talking about floating even mean?
Is the latest Stephen King adaptation really as bad as everyone says it is? And was guest psychic John Cribbs (thepinksmoke.com) able to foresee the outcome?
Where does Dunkirk place in Christopher Nolan's filmography? Is it more Insomnia - or Inception? And which one of those two films was the bad one? Our resident screen psychics reveal these answers and more - then find out who got it right.
Does Steven Seagal still have what it takes to make a good action film? Does Steven Seagal even WANT to make a good action film? This week we summoned psychic James Hancock (Wrong Reel podcast) to reflect on his own fond memories of this action icon and help determine the future of Seagal's latest film.
Was Alien: Covenant good enough to remove the bad taste of Prometheus? Or is Ridley Scott still George Lucas-ing more midichlorians into the franchise? Or was Prometheus actually a masterpiece? Our resident screen psychics have their own predictions about the state of the latest Alien prequel - which one was correct?
Was Get Out really as good as everyone said it was? Is its 99% rating on Rotten Tomatoes justified? In this episode, Simon B and guest psychics Tom Wood and Kieran Howe put their filmic powers to the test - and then find out who was correct.