In the latest episode, Aimee and Sophie give a #metoo round-up, talking everything from the Arrested Development casts disastrous New York Times interview, the allegations against Morgan Freeman, and Harvey Weinstein’s arrest, before diving in to review Avenger Infinity War and Deadpool 2.
In this episode, Aimee and Sophie talk all the latest trailer news, Esquire’s article on the recent slate of lackluster sci-fi, the new Nancy Drew, and finally review A Wrinkle in Time.
0.00.35 Trailer round-up – The Incredibles 2, Hotel Artemis, Crazy Rich Asians, Venom, Sharp Objects and Jurassic World 2.
0.09.40 Esquire article: What’s Going Wrong with Sci-Fi?
0.18.35 Nancy Drew reboot
0.37.40 A Wrinkle in Time review
In this episode, Aimee and Sophie talk Sean Penn’s novel, Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff, and, more specifically, his #metoo poem, and review Alex Garland’s adaptation of Annihilation, and the latest Alicia Vikander vehicle, Tomb Raider.
0.00.52 Sean Penn, Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff, and his #metoo poem
0.14.27 Annihilation review
0.37.40 Tomb Raider review
In this episode, Aimee and Sophie discuss the 2018 Academy Awards, Ava DuVernay directing DC’s The New Gods, the first trailer for Fantastic Beasts 2: The Crimes of Grindelwald and finally review Red Sparrow.
0.02.00 The 2018 Academy Awards
0.17.00 Ava DuVernay will be directing DC’s The New Gods
0.21.30 Fantastic Beasts 2: The Crimes of Grindelwald trailer
0.31.15 Red Sparrow review
In this episode, Aimee and Sophie discuss the first trailer for Avengers: Infinity War, Joss Whedon’s departure from DCU’s Batgirl, the drop in female protagonists between 2016 and 2017, and finally review Black Panther.
0.11.06 Avengers: Infinity War trailer
0.18.08 Joss Whedon’s departure from DCU’s Batgirl
0.24.30 The Hollywood Reporter reports on the drop in female protagonists between 2016 and 2017.
0.28.49 Black Panther review
In the first episode of 2018, Aimee and Sophie talk what they did over the holidays, the first trailer for Ant Man & Wasp, the Roswell reboot, new controversy over the Fantastic Beasts sequel and, finally, review The Shape of Water.
0.05.32 Antman and Wasp trailer
0.11.48 The Roswell reboot
0.21.30 Jude Law’s Dumbledore won’t be explicitly gay in the Fantastic Beasts sequel
0.31.15 The Shape of Water review
In this episode, we round up our favourite (and least favourite) movies of the year, talk the Oceans 8 and Nutcracker and the Four Realms trailers, and finally review Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
0.00.48 The year in review
0.23.18 Ocean’s 8 trailer
0.26.48 The Nutcracker and the Four Realms trailer
0.32.46 Star Wars: The Last Jedi review
In this episode, we talk about director and producer responses to allegations of assault and sexism, particularly in regards to Johnny Depp in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 2 and Blade Runner 2049, and review Murder on the Orient Express and Justice League.
0.01.05 Fantastic Beasts 2, Blade Runner, Johnny Depp and the post-allegations world
0.18.48 Murder on the Orient Express review
0.51.00 Justice League review
In this episode, we talk about the recent allegations against Kevin Spacey and the toxic harassment culture being revealed in Hollywood, the news of Lupita Nyong’o starring in an Australian zombie rom-com, the trailer for new Netflix series, Godless, and review Marvel’s latest, Thor: Ragnarok.
0.00.40 The sexual assault allegations against Kevin Spacey
0.16.30 Lupita Nyong’o has been cast in Australian zombie rom-com, Little Monsters
0.22.30 Godless trailer
0.28.14 Thor Ragnarok review
In this episode, we discuss the latest allegations sexual assault allegations against powerhouse producer, Harvey Weinstein, the Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer, and the Dorothy and Alice television series recently commissioned by Netflix, before reviewing Blade Runner 2049.
0.01.12 The sexual allegations against producer, Harvey Weinstein
0.19.28 Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer
0.26.35 Dorothy and Alice
0.32.22 Blade Runner 2049 review
In this episode, we’re joined by editor, writer and publishing assistant, Stacey Clair, as we talk casting news for Elizabeth Banks’ Charlie’s Angels reboot, the first trailer for Alex Garland’s Annihilation, the sexual assault allegations made against Ain’t It Cool News’, Harry Knowles, and review Kingsman: The Golden Circle.
0.01.58 Lupita Nyong’o, Kristen Stewart and Charlie’s Angels
0.11.20 Annihilation trailer
0.17.00 Ain’t It Cool News founder, Harry Knowles, accused of sexual assault
0.23.00 Kingsman: The Golden Circle review
In this episode, we talk about all the winners and the glaring omissions from the 2017 Emmy Awards, before settling in to review the latest Stephen King adaptation, It, and Darren Aronofsky’s return to psychological thrillers, mother!
0.01.05 Emmys 2017
0.13.12 It review
0.43.06 mother! review
In this episode, we talk about the news of a genderswapped Lord of the Flies, Drew Barrymore’s all-lady horror anthology, Black Rose, James Cameron’s comments on ‘strong female characters’, Wonder Woman, and Patty Jenkins (and Patty Jenkins reply), and review The Dark Tower.
0.00.34 Genderswapping Lord of the Flies
0.06.12 Drew Barrymore’s Black Rose series
0.10.27 James Cameron, Patty Jenkins, Wonder Woman and strong female characters
0.19.55 The Dark Tower review
In this episode, we talk about the trailer for the new bio pic of Wonder Woman creator, Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, St. Vincent’s genderswapped Picture of Dorian Gray, and discuss Kai Cole’s open letter about her ex-husband, pop culture icon, Joss Whedon, and whether or not you can separate art from the artist. Finally, we review Luc Besson’s new space opera, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.
0.01.06 Professor Marston and the Wonder Women trailer
0.04.20 Indie musician, St. Vincent, is directing a genderswapped The Picture of Dorian Gray
0.09.30 Kai Cole’s open letter about ex-husband, Joss Whedon, and on separating art from the artist.
0.26.30 Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets review.
In this episode, we talk the trailer for new, hitwoman thriller, Proud Mary, the first look at Domino in Deadpool 2, CBS’ lack of female-fronted TV drama and the pros and cons of women-focused initiatives, and review Cold War spy movie, Atomic Blonde.
In this episode, we discuss the concept of failing up, whether or not the Bechdel-Wallace Test is always relevant, the new trailers for A Wrinkle in Time, and the The Shape of Water, and review The Beguiled.
0.01.01 George A. Romero’s passing
0.02.27 Colin Trevorrow, The Book of Henry, Star Wars: Episode IX and failing up
0.16.50 Dunkirk, Their Finest and whether or not the Bechdel-Wallace Test is always relevant.
0.29.13 A Wrinkle in Time and The Shape of Water trailer discussion
0.38.30 The Beguiled review
In this episode, we talk Daniel Dae Kim, Grace Park, Emma Stone and pay gaps, Radha O’Meara’s article for ArtsHub on writing less sexist screenplays, the latest Geostorm trailer, and then we gush all over Spiderman: Homecoming.
In this episode, we talk the strange gender and reproductive politics of Alien: Covenant, the Dark Universe and The Mummy, and all of the awesome (and the weak last act) in Wonder Woman.
0.01.05 Alien: Covenant
0.33.50 The Dark Universe & The Mummy
1.01.36 Wonder Woman
In this episode, we talk the new trailer for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (and Star Wars generally), DC’s Aquaman, James Wan and the new Mera costume, the controversy around Poldark‘s rape scene and review The Girl on the Train.
0.00.41 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story trailer
0.09.05 Aquaman + Mera costume reveal
0.14.30 Rape, romance and Poldark
0.28.23 The Girl on the Train
In this episode, we talk the casting of the all-female Ocean’s Eleven reboot, Ocean’s Eight, the trailer for Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events TV show and the casting for the new Han Solo movie. We also break down the latest in the Bridget Jones series, Bridget Jones’s Baby.
0.00.59 Ocean’s Eight casting
0.06.49 A Series of Unfortunate Events trailer
0.09.30 Han Solo movie casting
0.13.08 Bridget Jones’s Baby