Deeby thinks small for this week’s Gamer Month pitch, as he pitches a VR-friendly Astonishing game for the Marvel hero Ant-Man.
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.
Wumzum’s here for the Weekly Writeup. This week I pitched my own Samurai Jack film. Live Action though – Tam made me do it. (direct link)
Deeby follows the modern Disney method with his live-action adaptation of the 1963 Disney Classic(?), ‘The Sword In The Stone’.
Wumzum here for the Rugrats Writeup! (direct link)
We’re back! While we get back into the groove with our own film ideas, we decide to have a look at the actual remakes, reboots and adaptations coming out throughout the year.
This week Tam finally snaps, Deeby loves the Fast and Furious Film Franchise and Wumi’s secretly a Brony?
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’.
We’re back to normal programming this week, and Deeby’s gone big with a remake of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1954 thriller, Rear Window. (direct link) Here’s some facts I’ve got for you this week:
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.
Wumi brings Nintendo’s Pocket Monsters into the real world in this week’s episode. Tam explains evolution (badly), Wumi introduces fan favourite trainers Ochre & Violet, and Deeby deconstructs the Pokédex.