This is IT! Author and friend of the show Matt King joins Doug and Dirty A to discuss the Marvel Studios epic Avengers: Endgame! Be warned, there will be MASSIVE SPOILERS in this episode, so if you’re one of the few who have not seen the film yet, DO NOT listen until you’ve seen it! Of course, with Marvel’s own marketing materials ruining all the best bits at this point, you’ve probably already been spoiled.Continue reading
Doug and Dirty A return with Episode 179 of The Hodgepodge Podcast! In this episode, the boys give their opinions on Clint Eastwood’s The Mule and the animated feature, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Doug also gives his thoughts on Yorgos Lanthimos’ latest, The Favourite.Continue reading
On Episode 174 of The Hodgepodge Podcast, Doug and Dirty A are joined once again by friend of the show author Matt King to discuss Sony’s VENOM. Is the film any good? Is it really possible to launch a Spider-Man universe WITHOUT Spider-Man? Take a listen and find out, but maybe don’t if you’re trying to avoid SPOILERS.Continue reading
Doug was busy with the acting thing, but he and Dirty A are back with Episode 164 of The Hodgepodge Podcast. The boys welcome back Matt King to discuss Marvel’s box office juggernaut, Avengers: Infinity War!
After ten years of buildup and interlocking storylines, Avengers: Infinity War is finally upon us. Does the film live up to the hype or is it just the latest cog in the Marvel machine that leaves the audience wanting?
Black Panther was the first black superhero in mainstream American comic books and now, finally, he has his own movie. Do Director-Co-Writer Ryan Coogler and Marvel deliver the studio’s best film yet?Continue reading
Despite what Marvel’s producers may have you believe, there is most certainly a hierarchy to the Avengers roster. At the top, there are Captain America and Iron Man—number one and number two really depend on who has a movie out at the moment—and way below them is Thor. Now, that’s not entirely the character’s fault. His films have been sub-par with inconsistent writing throughout. Is the third time the charm with Thor: Ragnarok?Continue reading
In 2016, thanks to an unprecedented deal between Marvel Studios and Sony, Spider-Man finally appeared in a Marvel Cinematic Universe film—Captain America: Civil War, for those who weren’t paying attention. Now, Sony and Marvel collaborate again with Spider-Man: Homecoming, a solo Spider-Man film that takes place within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Does Homecoming break the current streak of awful Spider-Man films?Continue reading