Ashley and Yaw pull apart the weirdness that is Bucky O'Hare for a big screen adaptation!
This week, we dive into the Disney Network classic Kim Possible and pull from drastically different influences.
This week James and Yaw wanted to do something special for the season: a reimagining of the holiday classic Home Alone!
This week, James and Yaw adapt the hit 1987 video game Contra!
This week James and Yaw take a look at a pioneer of CGI and another jewel from the 80’s: The Last Starfigher.
This week James and Yaw take on the Nintendo mega-franchise Metroid.
James and Yaw have a great time talking about this week’s property: Honey, I Shrunk the Kids!
This week on the Development Slate, the guys give a fresh take on the Will Smith vehicle Enemy of the State.
Listen as an absolutely thrilled James and a befuddled Yaw talk about the comic book masterpiece Scud: The Disposable Assassin.
This week James and Yaw talk about the cartoon, Silverhawks, much to the delight of James, who can now confirm that this show actually existed!
Listen as James and Yaw have an interesting discussion about an all-time classic: Gremlins.
If you’re a fan of ghost stories, undead monsters and the people who hunt them, then you’re in for a special treat. Jacob Semahn's Goners is an action-packed, modern-day Lovecraftian investigation into the unknown... with a tentacle monster or two.
In the ever-growing world of sequential art, the intrepid heroine is quickly becoming a staple in several genres and mediums. And as more and more women of all ages become interested in comics and graphic novels, stories where female protagonists take center stage are also receiving greater attention. Of course, a lady-led comic is no […]
Brothers, buddies, pals and duos have been the life blood of cinematic narrative from the Blues Brothers to Bad Boys. The bond made between two individuals in the name of a cause and in the face of disagreements is the thin but pivotal thread that sews many films together. The Eagle, based on Rosemary Sutcliff’s novel The Eagle of the Ninth, like so many adventures before it, places its weight on the four shoulders of two heroes, played by G.I. Joe’s Channing Tatum and once Billy Elliot, now Jumper Jamie Bell.
It has been a derivative year for games. But it’s also been a great year for games. Old material doesn’t mean a bad game, and even when titles like Darksiders were dramatically close to plagiarism, they remain some of the most enjoyable entries this year. Ninja Theory’s Enslaved is an ‘adaptation’ of one of China’s earliest exports: fables. Specifically the Journey to the West, but I would argue that it’s a more accurate ‘adaptation’ of Ubisoft’s Prince of Persia series. Even if it’s monkey see monkey do, does this monkey shine?