In this plus-sized episode, the boys talk about all things TV this week, coming up with a series idea on their own. Meanwhile, Ben finds his fursona, and Nic has an inner crisis about this week’s Bunker Battle.
Solo strikes an awkward balance between Star Wars anthology and generic action flick, resulting in a highly watchable but frustrating movie experience.
Less than a month after the record-smashing ‘Infinity War’, we have a very different superhero sequel on the scene. Can this Marvel property with a Josh Brolin villain live up to the last?
Does anybody care about Mission Impossible’s sixth outing? Well, after watching the trailer, Nic Musumeci may buy a ticket.
The world breathed a collective sigh of relief when our favourite cop-comedy TV outing was brought back to life. However, what does the Brooklyn Nine-Nine saga mean for broadcast television, and the future of syndication?
This week on the FilmBunker Podcast the boys discuss Spider-Man: Homecoming, Hook, and the prospect of an upcoming Artemis Fowl film. There are a few beer-induced technical difficulties, but they get there in the end.
This week in the FilmBunker Podcast, the boys discuss the biggest film of the decade in an attempt to shamelessly grab some views. Listen to their in-depth discussion of ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ for talks about Hulk’s performance issues, Dr Strange’s grand plan, and Star-Lord’s idiocy.
Join us for the experimental session zero of the FilmBunker Podcast. Nic, Matt, Ben and Simon argue about Star Wars, meet an entity vaguely resembling Sean Connery, and confront some embarrassing gaps in their film-watching history.