This week our guest Nick Hurd pitches a long-awaited sequel to the critically acclaimed 2004 Jackman/Beckinsale joint, Van Helsing.
It’s been a while since we last recorded, so before our grand return to the Elevator, Tam brings his pitch from the live show earlier this year: a sequel to his Mexploitation remake starring Legendary Luchador El Santo.
Hollywood’s just announced that they’re rebooting the ‘Shaft’ films, but Tam reckons he can do better that the director of ‘Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer’. Tam introduces a new generation of the Shaft Family to the gritty world of modern-day Harlem – whatever that’s like.
Friend of the show Moses passes by to pitch a sequel to 2011’s “Hoodsploitation” Sci-Fi, Attack The Block.
Moses brings in a different Sci-Fi element, Wumi rips down the block and Tam talks about an embarrassing encounter with Noel Clarke.
With Taika Waititi’s latest film, “Hunt For the Wilderpeople” in cinemas this weekend, Deeby pitches a sequel to Waititi’s Vampire Mockumentary.
Tam wants a reverse-Twilight, Wumi questions Buffy’s Vampire Slaying activities, and Deeby raises the (wooden) stakes.
Tam and Deeby join forces to turn some of cinema’s greatest heroes to the Dark Side. Deeby rewrites history, Tam doesn’t play by his own rules and Wumi goes on the run in France.
It’s week 2 of Gamer Month, and our guest and gaming expert Jason from Retro Restart pitches us his dream threequel to Sega’s Sonic Adventure series.
This week, Tam takes on the impossible: he attempts to pitch a good sequel to 2015’s Fantastic Four.
With ‘Ghostbusters’ out this week, we discuss other beloved 80s films that could use a gender-swapped, modern-day reboot, and we’ve brought back Ashley to judge the best idea.
Tam’s back from his three week training montage, and he’s brought a sequel to Michael B Jordan’s Rocky spinoff. Tam’s missed his accents, Wumi talks baby surnames and Deeby reveals his vast knowledge of the boxing world.