It’s a season finale, which means it’s another look at our back catalogue! This week we’ve taken some characters from our previous pitches and entered them into the world of competitive fighting games. (direct link)
Stella returns in this week’s episode, as we give the genderswap treatment to some films of the 1990s.
Stella modernises a tale as old as time in Beauty and the Beast, Wumi almost recaps the entire plot of The Fifth Element and Deeby is ssssmoking in The Mask.
This week we’re grabbing another tabloid as we prepare to FUSE THE NEWS! We each take two stories from the newspaper and smash them together into our own Frankenstein’s Monster of news of a story.
We’re all looking forward to the Lego Batman Movie, right? This week we get ourselves ready by pitching our own toy-based films.
Deeby rolls the dice with ‘Snakes and Ladders’, Wumi gets personal with ‘Beanie Babies’ and Tam is down with modern kids in ‘Hatchimals’.
Tam unveils the Broken Elevator Cinematic Universe as Deeby and Wumi assemble teams of characters from previous episodes. It’s like a versus episode, but it’s not?
Wumi loses a colleague, Deeby stops some Polar Bears and the gang get themselves banned from The North with their Liverpudlian accents.
Deeby and Wumi talk about the Black Experience in this week’s episode, as they brainstorm sequel ideas to 2014’s satirical comedy, Dear White People.
Merry Halloween! This week we go to www.horrortheque.com, find an old horror film and modernise the crap out of it. Deeby gives ‘Nosferatu’ an arthouse spin, Wumi hates horror, but questions reality with ‘Fear in the Night’, and Tam gives some gore to ‘The Brain That Wouldn’t Die’.
It’s Episode 30! …and we’ve run out of ideas. In this week’s episode Tam, Deeby and Wumi take true stories from a newspaper and remix them into original stories.
Tam takes an ill-fated train journey, Deeby causes triple-double trouble and Wumi faces the music and gets the gang back together for one last score.
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.
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.