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‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Review

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Everyone loves a Queen song, right? Their epic rock anthems are always a staple of any classic music list and an instant sing along at a party. But do you want to know the true story behind the band, particularly enigmatic front man, Freddie Mercury? Well Bohemian Rhapsody supposedly offers the ‘true’ story behind it all. The reality though is …

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October Watchcast

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This one required all sorts of efforts to get out the door from busy ‘everyday’ lives for Steve and Pudee and technical difficulties to boot. Still here is your October Watchcast. We talk about how Netflix is cancelling a bunch of shows, we check in on how Jodi Whittaker is doing as the doctor, as well as plunge Into the …

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‘A Star is Born (2018)’ Review

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Boy meets girl is probably the most common summary of movie plots ever. The poor lover transformed by the rich one is probably second on that list. Yet actor Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut , A Star is Born is exactly both those plots. It’s not even the first but the third version of A Star is Born. So what does …

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‘First Man’ Review

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The landing on the moon in 1969 is an iconic moment in human history but it’s also a story well told. From speeches to imagery it is something inherently familiar. Yet with the interest in space exploration re-emerging as private companies get involved it would seem like the right time to re-tell it. So, we have First Man a retelling …

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Gamecast September 2018

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It’s October, where at EntDem we release September podcasts. In our gaming podcast we talk about the almost complete closure of Telltale, Switch Online, Spiderman, Shadow of the Tomb Raider and Two- Point Hospital. We drift off topic to how to cope with grieving the finals loss of your football team, the Netflix’s show Atypical and the release of a …

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‘Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan’ Season One Review

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There is a good chance you’ve heard of Tom Clancy and just as likely you heard the name Jack Ryan. There have been many movies across numerous decades and have including actors portraying him from Harrison Ford, Ben Affleck, Alec Baldwin and Chris Pine. Yet the latest endeavour Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan is an attempt to bring it to the …

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August Watchcast 2018

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Welcome to our podcast for movies and TV. Yes, it’s technically September but this was recored in August, I promise! Anyway, this watchcast contains conversations about Crazy Rich Asians and its box office success, The Meg, James Bond needing a director and the new ‘most popular’ oscar category and of course Suspiria. The usual catch up on what weve been …

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Mission Impossible-Fallout Review

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The Mission Impossible franchise has been quietly hard at work, building mind-blowing action sequences and clever characters, slowly increasing critical credibility and box-office taking at the same time. To be completely honest, besides the odd Mission Impossible 2 none have been anything resembling bad yet never completely a classic either. This all changes with Mission Impossible-Fallout which sets itself apart …

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Watchcast July- Aquaman, SDCC, James Gunn

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Welcome to the July Edition of the Watchcast. It’s our podcast about movies and TV shows (and various other red herrings and ramblings!!!) July had been a rather busy month with San Diego Comic Con showing us glimpses of Glass, Shazaam and Aquaman. There was the firing of James Gunn from the Guardians of the Galaxy films as well as …

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‘Ant-Man and The Wasp’ Review

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If you’re anything like me, you’re feeling a bit down after the closing minutes of Avengers: Infinity War and whatever comes next out of the mighty Marvel Studios needs to be consequential or whimsical. So, the first movie out Ant Man and the Wasp is the latter, a light-hearted fare with fun action, a good nature sense of humour and …