Mortal Kombat 1995

Before Mortal Kombat makes its way back into cinemas let’s take a look at the movie that started it all!

The 1995 adaptation is often considered the high watermark for video game to movie adaptations which is credited for it’s close adherent to the source material. All your favorites are here, Liu Kang, Sonya Blade, Johnny Cage, Sub Zero, Scorpion, Shang Tsung and more! Does it hold up? Yeah I guess? Thanks for listening.

Smallville’s Justice League

People may be loving Zack Snyder’s Justice League but little known fact but not really Smallville introduced a very early days live action version of the team in the Season 6 episode, Justice. Featuring a team up between Clark Kent, Cyborg, Aquaman, Impulse and Green Arrow it certainly is something and a series of events (more…)

King Kong 2005

Before King Kong takes on Godzilla in 2021 let’s take a trip back to the year 2005 for the remake of the 1933 classic King Kong. After the success of the Lord Of The Rings Trilogy Peter Jackson was given the opportunity to take a shot at one of his all time favourite properties. It’s (more…)

Nick Fury: Agent Of Shield

The Falcon & The Winter Soldier is bringing small screen Marvel espionage back to the small screen. A tradition I dare say began back in 1998 when one David Michael Hasselhoff took on the role of Nick Fury in the full length television movie Nick Fury: Agent Of Shield. With a swath of legendary Marvel (more…)

Superman II: The Donner Cut

It’s nice to cap of the Christopher Reeve series of Superman movies by circling back to Superman II as it was originally intended. With all of the original scenes edited back into the film (with a few minor editions) and the removal of all the Richard Donner nonsense this presents as an entirely different film. (more…)

Superman IV: The Quest For Peace

Superman 4 A Quest For Peace was heralded as a return to form for the Chris Reeve movies. But it was…not. Despite bringing back Gene Hackman and the introduction of a nuclear powered supervillian things took a turn with budget concerns, wonky story beats and a brutal edit. Things didn’t end well for the series (more…)

Superman III

Superman 3 is considered by many to be the Superman 3 of he Superman franchise. Lex Luthor is gone along with most of the cast and Christopher Reeve this time plays second fiddle to Richard Pryor is a movie so bafflingly stupid it makes me question my own sanity and if movies have ever been (more…)

Superman II

Building off the good work done in Superman The Movie in 1978, Superman II this time around brings the action with three evil Kryptonian villains lead by General Zod. However this movie was absolutely riddled with problems all stemming from the firing of original director Richard Donner who was replaced with Richard Lester. It’s a wild ride. Thanks for listening!

Superman The Movie

Superman The Movie from 1978 is considered the gold standard in superhero film making. Setting trends that resonate to this very day the Richard Donner classic introduced the world to Christopher Reeve and Margot Kidder as well as bringing a air of legitimacy to the DC Comics universe with the casting of Marlon Brando and Gene Hackman. It’s also kind of very silly. This is out Caravan Of Garbage review, thanks for listening!

More Of The Awful Inhumans

Due to popular demand and shear force of numbers we have returned to finish off the final episodes of 2017’s Inhumans. A terrible show by most metrics with the less said about it the better. And yet here we are. With a second episode. Hours wasted watching, recording and editing. Thanks for listening.

The Awful Inhumans Series

Caravan Of Garbage is back for a new year and what better way to kick off 2021 than with the MCU’s biggest failure, Marvel’s Inhumans. Beginning life as a movie before being shifted to ABC Television (with a brief stop over at IMAX) it’s…just not very good. Why did they do this? I mean we (more…)

The Failed Wonder Woman Pilot

Wonder Woman 1984 hits at a time when the character has never been more popular or mainstream. But go back a decade and the character of Diana Prince was being lined up for her own series with everything you love about the character! Or at the very least some of the things you love about the character and some other weird inclusions. Bad show though. You’ll see. Thanks for listening!

The Santa Clause 3

Concluding a look into the horrifying The Santa Clause universe trilogy we’re covering The Escape Clause, objectively the worst one.

Absolutely horrendous implications surrounding childbirth, curses, time travel, death, it’s a nightmare. But thanks for the support and for watching.

The Santa Clause 2

We’re right back into covering Tim Allen’s Santa Clause trilogy with the second in the trilogy, uniquely titled The Santa Clause 2.

And here’s the thing, he’s older, he’s wiser, he has an evil robot doppelganger. Also his son is evil and he needs a wife look there’s a lot going on. Thanks for watching!

The Santa Clause

Tim Allen’s The Santa Clause bucked the trend of Christmas movies at the time by telling the story of a Father Christmas where if you can kill the previous one then I guess you’re Santa. It’s a weird universe so we’re going to get stuck into all three starting with the 1994 original. Thanks for (more…)

Twilight Of The Apprentice

Leading up to Ahsoka Tano’s live action debut in The Mandalorian Chapter 13 we take a look back and one of her most significant appearances in Twilight Of The Apprentice from Star Wars Rebels. It features the confrontation with her former master Anakin Skywalker now Darth Vader on the Sith world of Malachor. Thanks for (more…)

Batman Heart of Ice

Batman The Animated Series is often considered one of the best iterations of the DC Universe with the introduction of characters such as Harley Quinn and reinvention of others like M Freeze. SPEAKING OF this week we cover the episode Heart Of Ice and his follow up appearances in things such as Sub Zero and (more…)

Quibi’s The Golden Arm

Quibi is dead, but it’s legacy will last a…month. Today with the help of Sam and Zach from Aunty Donna (Netflix series out now) we take a look at The Golden Arm, the first in what was to be 50 chilling stories from the 50 States Of Fright anthology series. Anyways it’s hilarious. Thanks for (more…)

The Clone Wars Finale

The Mandalorian Season 2 is rumored to bring back a number of animated Star Wars characters into live action. In the lead up to the live action appearance of Ahsoka Tano we revisit the final four episodes of The Clone Wars covering the events of Order 66 from a different perspective, Darth Maul wrecking shop (more…)

Dredd (2012)

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Judge Dredd

Judge Dredd brought the classic 2000 AD comic was first bought to life in live action though the 1995 Sylvester Stallone movie. As far as a Judge Dredd movie it’s…pretty far off the mark but not without some interesting world building and cod pieces. Some even consider it a cult classic. Some people think it’s (more…)

Mission Impossible 3

Mission Impossible 3 is the often forgotten entry in the series. Considered the big break for J.J. Abrams and coming out in the bizarre couch jumping era of Tom Cruises career it fleshes out the series in interesting ways and in many ways sets things back on for the franchise. Also, Phillip Seymore Hoffman so (more…)

Mission Impossible 2

Mission Impossible 2 is such a bizarre follow up to the first entry. Sure it has a lot of the series staples including masks, espionage and Tom Cruise but the John Woo centric action and wonderful Tom Cruise hairstyle makes it the black sheet of the family. I mean it has some redeeming qualities sure, (more…)

Mission Impossible

Mission Impossible from 1996 acted as a full reboot to classic series and kick started a new Tom Cruise movie franchise that’s still around to this day. The Brian De Palma directed project popularized some series staples such as face masks, big stunts and the evolution of Tom Cruises hair. This is our Caravan Of (more…)

Mulan (1998)

Mulan 2020 has hit Disney Plus BUT FORGET THAT LIVE ACTION REMAKE because the 1998 animation is where it’s at. Telling an epic tale tacking the patriarchy in ancient China it sees Mulan tackle the Hun killing most of them and saving a nation. This is our Caravan Of Garbage review! Sorry mate, you need (more…)


To wrap up our Nolanpaloza (his words) we revisit the 2014 sci-fi epic Interstellar. Starring Matthew Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain and Michael Caine it sees the future of humanity threatened by a global catastrophe so they go into space and time dilation and wormholes and stuff like that. Pretty full on. Thanks for (more…)


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The Prestige

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Pacific Rim

Pacific Rim 2013 was a movie that brought to cinemas the promise of giant robots vs giant monsters. And boy does it. That being said it was a franchise that never entirely took off despite a full blown sequel and a variety of planned spin-off materials. However how does it hold up in 2020? We (more…)

Reign of Fire

Reign Of Fire is an oft forgotten but somewhat pioneering action fantasy movie from 2002. Set in the distant future of 2020 it pits Christian Bale and Matthew McConaughey against an army of full on fire breathing dragons. The movie is something else in terms of scale, VFX work and action sequences. But does it (more…)

Justice League

To complete our Zack Snyder DC trilogy starting with Man Of Steel then moving on to Batman V Superman we’ve finally hit upon Justice League 2017. Or as some have come to know it, Josstice League. Is it bad? Yes. But does it have some redeeming qualities? I mean if you twisted my arm I (more…)

Batman V Superman

Next up on the Zack Snyder DC Comics trilogy is Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice the Ultimate Cut. Some consider it one of the greatest cinematic events in history other believe it to be a massive misstep. All opinions are valid but yours is the best we agree with you. This is our Caravan (more…)

Man Of Steel

In the lead up to the Zack Snyder Cut of Justice League we’re going to be covering his DC trilogy with Man Of Steel, Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice and Justice League. We’re kicking things off with the 2013 movie that started it all staring Henry Cavill as Superman, Michael Shannon as General Zod, (more…)

James Bond Die Another Day

We are back to cap off our Pierce Brosnan James Bond review with what is considered the worst in the series, 2002’s Die Another Day. This time he tangles with a British guy who’s really a Korean guy, there’s a man with diamonds in his face, Halle Berry makes her first and final apperance as (more…)

James Bond The World Is Not Enough

We’re back for another Pierce Brosnan James Bond classic, The World Is Not Enough from 1999. This time the villain has a bullet in his brain but that apparently is a good thing. We also get the return of Robbie Coltrane, Sophie Marceau as Elektra King and who could forget Denise Richards as Dr Christmas (more…)

James Bond Tomorrow Never Dies!

We are back to review the second film in the Pierce Brosnan James Bond series. 1997’s Tomorrow Never Dies featuring Michelle Yeoh, Teri Hatcher and a man who wants to take over the world but with newspapers. How does it stack up to Goldeneye? Not as good. But how does it stack up to whatever (more…)

James Bond GoldenEye

We’re finally here. Before we get Daniel Craig’s final Bond performance in No Time To Die let’s revisit the Pierce Brosnan James Bond series. Starting with Goldeneye from 1995 as well as the 1997 N64 video game. How does his debut entry stack up to review now a quarter of a century on? Let’s all (more…)

Scooby-Doo 2 Monsters Unleashed

We are back to cover the final live action Scooby-Doo movie there ever was and will ever be, Scooby-Doo 2 Monsters Unleashed. Again starringMatthew Lillard, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze Jr, Linda Cardellini and Neil Fanning as Shaggy, Daphne, Freddy, Velma and Scooby, this time creatures from the past return to haunt the gang so (more…)

Scooby-Doo 2002

In a shocking twist of events the Scooby-Doo films from 2002 and 2004 edged out Goldeneye to become this week”s Caravan Of Garbage review. Starring Matthew Lillard, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze Jr, Linda Cardellini and Neil Fanning as Shaggy, Daphne, Freddy, Velma and Scooby they embark on a dangerous adventure to something island because (more…)

Fant4stic Four 2015

It’s been a very long exhausting month. Referring to us having to watch every Fantastic Four movie for Caravan Of Garbage leading us to the 20th Century Fox 2015 flop. Directed by Josh Trank (sort of) the production was plagued with troubles including fist fights on set, dogs destroying a home, costly re-shoots, studio interference (more…)

Fantastic Four – Rise Of The Silver Surfer

It’s really great to definitely say that this is probably the best Fantastic Four movie by default. So here we are, Rise Of The Silver Surfer from 2007. With the whole cast returning and the plot centered around Chris Evan’s Johnny Storm malfunctioning and the cosmic threat of Galactus portrayed as a giant cloud. All (more…)

Fantastic Four 2005

We are back on our quest to review every Fantastic Four movie, this week it’s the 2005 blockbuster. With the all star cast of Chris Evans as Johnny Storm aka The Human Torch, Jessica Alba as The Invisible Woman, Michael Chiklis as The Thing, Ioan Gruffudd as Mr Fantastic and Australia’s own Julian McMahon as (more…)

The Fantastic Four 1994

The first genuine shot at a live action Fantastic Four movie didn’t come in 2005 but with Roger Corman’s The Fantastic Four 1994. After completion and without the knowledge of the director, actors and composers the whole project was buried, never to see the light of day. Until it was leaked in the early 2000’s. (more…)

The First Westworld

Westworld on HBO is now into season three which began in 2016 (or as we call it the past). The idea of Wsetworld though began in the 1973 Michael Crichton directed classic western. Starring Yul Brynner, James Brolin and Richard Benjamin. In a lot of ways it set the tone for many sci fi classics (more…)