Drew and Chella get into the spirit of Halloween and celebrate the 20th anniversary of iconic show, Buffy the Vampire Slayer. This episode of geek podcast, Argue the Toss, compiles the 10 best Buffy episodes of all time.
Drew and Chella review Blade Runner 2049 in this week’s Argue the Toss podcast. It’s a sequel that honours the original, but also carries some of its mistakes. A beautifully paced sequel that gives you time to contemplate the sci-fi themes.
Drew and Chella discuss film with IT, the latest Stephen King adaptation, plus the games Heat Signature and Islands: Non-places. And finally, the Argue the Toss team recommend a new podcast serial, Alice isn’t Dead.
This week on Argue the Toss, Drew and Chella discuss Uncharted: The Lost Legacy – the standalone game starring Nadine Ross and Chloe Frazer. It seems Uncharted is just as good without Nathan Drake.
Drew and Chella Argue the Toss about The Defenders – the new Marvel Netflix show, which brings together Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, Daredevil and Iron Fist.
This week Argue The Toss discusses Fullbright’s space exploration game (no wait, not that kind of space exploration) Tacoma, and Ninja Theory’s unique Celtic/Norse psychological action-thriller (yes, really) Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice.
This week on Argue the Toss, Drew and Chella have distilled the 50 or so new trailers released at San Diego Comic-Con 2017 to the eight or nine that you should really care about. Thor Ragnarok, Star Trek Discovery, Dirk Gently and more.
Drew and Chella offer an in-depth discussion of Night of the Living Dead, in honour of George A. Romero who died this week. The ATTeam look at the evolution of zombies from films to games.
This week the ATTeam have been to the cinema again to see Baby Driver, the new film by noted geek director Edgar Wright. Join them for a post-film discussion all about rock and roll, funk and soul, gender roles and cruise control.
THIS WEEK CHELLA AND DREW (WHOM I HAVE *NOT* SILENCED AND REPLACED) DISCUSS UPCOMING VIDEO GAME “DETROIT: BECOME HUMAN”, WRITTEN BY NOTED AUTEUR DAVID CAGE, UNDERSTANDER OF THE ROBOT PLIGHT.