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This fortnight, we control our liquid intake and sit down for No Time To Die, the lengthy new James Bond film (11:15, with hard ending spoilers from 27:07), then make a final trip to the multiverse of Marvel's What If...? (32:03), including us each giving our top 3 episodes. Fuller shownotes at http://www.moderatefantasyviolence.com/…
 
Reality itself is fragile this fortnight, as we review Ryan Reynolds' new reality-questioning movie Free Guy (10:06) and Marvel's multiverse-humping animated series What If...? (25:16). Fuller shownotes at http://www.moderatefantasyviolence.com/ And for a couple more days, Nick's FairyFare Kickstarter remains ongoing. Get in while you can.…
 
More new film releases than we've become used to in this episode, as we cover Deerskin and The Sparks Brothers up-front, followed by a longer chat about The Suicide Squad (9:04) and a retreat to familiar streaming territory with Biohackers season 2 (21:49). Nick's new comics Kickstarter for FairyFare, with artist Rosie Alexander, is running now, so…
 
Happy fifth birthday! It's our birthday, and to celebrate, we're voyaging into beautiful indulgence by recommending each other some classics. First, Nick suggests the first volume of Alan Moore's classic Swamp Thing run (9:47), then Alastair adds Alfred Hitchcock's 1959 movie North by Northwest (27:55). Fuller shownotes at http://www.moderatefantas…
 
A week into 2021, it's time to exorcise the ghosts of that dark year, with our 2020 retrospective! But first, some up-to-the-minute content with a quick review of the new Doctor Who special (10:21), before we lunge into our detailed breakdowns of last year in film (19:46) and TV (47:38). More detailed shownotes at http://www.moderatefantasyviolence…
 
Ho ho ho! Merry Christmas, the season is upon us (to a limited pandemical extent) and we're reviewing the Lego Star Wars Holiday Special (12:19), with some bonus spoilerific chat about that Mandalorian finale and the many recent spin-off announcements (19:45), and Euphoria: Trouble Don't Last Always (37:02), a bonus semi-festive episode of the trou…
 
This fortnight, it's back to work at the Netflix coalface with Enola Holmes (10:28) and Teenage Bounty Hunters (23:50, with mid-way twist spoilers from 36:44 and full-bodied ending ones from 40:15). If you're reading this by midday on launch day, back Nick's Kickstarter here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/nickbryan/and-it-snowed Otherwise, f…
 
Another fortnight, another streaming television festival, with the first half of The Boys season 2 (10:26), plus the entire of Biohackers season 1 on Netflix (28:14). And yes, you can still back Nick's new comic And It Snowed on Kickstarter for two more weeks: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/nickbryan/and-it-snowed Fuller shownotes at http://w…
 
This episode, we take our long awaited journey into Netflix loopy scifi show Dark (13:28), starting with some general chat with broad season 1-2 spoilers and then (at around 27:09) veering into hardcore season 3 ending details. You have been warned. And then we top it off with a little look at new Netflix comics-adapted action movie The Old Guard (…
 
This fortnight, Nick and Alastair can't move for action heroes having their grizzled hearts melted by cute kids. First, it's baby Yoda in Star Wars: The Mandalorian (10:40) and then Chris Hemsworth in Netflix action extravaganza Extraction (24:15). Fuller shownotes at ModerateFantasyViolence.comBy Nick Bryan & Alastair JR Ball
 
We're back! Nothing happened in our absence, right? Cool. Well, time for our supertopical 2019 review episode! Starting off with a review of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, then moving to our thoughts on the year in TV (11:42) and top 5 favourite shows (27:41), then the same combination for film: a chat (53:25), then a chart (61:05). Fuller shown…
 
This fortnight, we cover the BBC's new His Dark Materials adaptation (10:50), then ask: whatever happened to British sci-fi/fantasy on TV? (27:27) It gets surprisingly bleak. SPOILER NOTE: inevitably, we don't quite make it through our His Dark Materials review without mentioning a couple of events from a bit later in the book series. Fuller showno…
 
ONE CENTURY OF MODERATE FANTASY VIOLENCE! Yes, it's our hundredth episode, and after tipping a hat to the present day by reviewing new Breaking Bad movie El Camino (13:10), we rocket off into the past to recommend each other our teenage favourites. For Alastair, that means Shane Meadows' debut feature A Room For Romeo Brass (20:36), while Nick revi…
 
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