Drew and Chella review Bright, the urban fantasy buddy cop movie from Netflix. Dubbed the worst film of 2017 by some critics, the Argue the Toss team deliver their verdict.
Drew and Chella review Star Wars: The Last Jedi and wrap up season 3 of Argue the Toss. From one trilogy to another, it’s another action packed episode dealing with the things that really matter in Star Wars.
Dust off your tux or gown for the Tossers 2017, as Drew and Chella decide the winners of their Games of the Year categories for 2017. These are the games with the best art, best writing, music and more.
With all the modern warfare and future warfare going on, it’s been a long time since we got back to our Call of Duty roots in World War II. And with wonderful reviews pouring in, we figured it was time to bring WWII back into the lounge.
Justice League isn’t a bad film, it’s just not very interesting. Drew and Chella discuss DC’s superhero team up on geek podcast Argue the Toss. Star Trek Discovery is also on the agenda.
Drew and Chella talk about Mario Odyssey, Assassin’s Creed Origins and discuss the latest violent trailers for The Last of Us II and Detroit: Become Human.
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.