Wednesday, 24 August 2016

The Doctor Who Rewatch Podcast - 'The Sound of Drums'

What's that? Can you hear it? It's the sound - the sound of a new podcast!


We are finally reaching the end of Series 3 and so it's time for us to tackle a two (or possibly three) parter close to our hearts. But have our hearts lied to us? We've both long held the series 3 closing story in high esteem, it long being a favorite of ours. But will we find the return of The Master to be awesome - or irksome? Has it aged like a fine wine, or soured like so much pissy vinegar?

Find out - as WHINECAST feels the beat!


You can follow the both of us on Twitter at @ChrisSykes108 and @billowl.

You can listen to our work on both iTunesStitcher and Podcastland by searching 'All of Whine and Space'. If you would like to leave us a review (hopefully 5 stars) on iTunes or Stitcher, we would be truly grateful.


Tuesday, 16 August 2016

'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice - Ultimate Edition' commentary

You might have a tingle of deja vu, because it's time for us to once again take a look at 'Batman v Superman'! But this isn't just one of our dozens of BvS podcasts, because this bad boy is looking at the Ultimate Elongated Extra Scenes Longo Extendo Edition!


But what do these extra scenes contribute to the film? Does the extra 30 minutes address any of the many criticisms people have throw at the second film in the DCEU? Is @ChrisSykes108 won round? Is @billowl turned off?

There's only one way to find out - and that's to wearily grab the cassette marked 'Batman v Superman' and slam it into your Sony Walk Man with masculine fury - because if there's a one percent chance this cut might make BvS a better film, we have to treat it as an absolute certainty!

'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice - Ultimate Edition' commentary

You can follow the both of us on Twitter at @ChrisSykes108 and @billowl.

You can listen to our work on both iTunes, Stitcher and Podcastland by searching 'All of Whine and Space'. If you would like to leave us a review (hopefully 5 stars) on iTunes or Stitcher, we would be truly grateful.



Monday, 8 August 2016

WHINECAST - 'Suicide Squad' review

So, let's review Warner Bros' #SquadGoals !

Number One was to have 'Suicide Squad' make loads of money or at least not be a terrifying financial disaster. Number Two was to bring a positive aura to their burgeoning DC Extended universe. So...er...one out of two?


Yes, a few days into its release, 'Suicide Squad' has debuted to a pretty impressive haul, though the question remains whether this will be maintained in the days and weeks to come as we account for the drag factor of the extremely negative critical reception that the film has generally received, so negative that Warner/DC might be considering their #SuicideGoals . But forget about these PROFESSIONALS with their KNOWLEDGE and their EVIDENCE BASED arguments, what do the slobbering buffoons from 'All of Whine and Space' think?

There's only one way to find out and that's to remove the 'Guardians of the Galaxy'-style mixtape from your Sony Walk Man and bang this podcast in there - hit it!

'Suicide Squad' review

As mentioned in the review, here are links to the Joker-related podcasts previously recorded by 'All of Whine and Space'.

'The Dark Knight' retrospective review (2012)

'Batman: The Movie' commentary (2013)

'Batman' commentary (2013)


You can follow the both of us on Twitter at @ChrisSykes108 and @billowl.

You can listen to our work on both iTunes, Stitcher and Podcastland by searching 'All of Whine and Space'. If you would like to leave us a review (hopefully 5 stars) on iTunes or Stitcher, we would be truly grateful.


Wicked cool t-shirt!!

Sunday, 24 July 2016

WHINECAST - ‘Star Trek Beyond’ review

To infinity - and further!

We’re returning and we’re not the only ones, as it’s time to twist again with our good friends from the Enterprise, as they continue to boldly go into the wretched corners of space and trash their extremely expensive ship, big style.


‘Star Trek Beyond’ arrives with a much more muted level of hype than its predecessor, but is this a damning indication of the quality of the film, or something that will work in ‘Beyond’s favour? Will a change of director and new writing allow the rejuvenated franchise to move *ahem* beyond the criticisms that were levelled at ‘Into Darkness’? Or will it be a case of fixing something that wasn’t broken? Most importantly, where has Kirk hidden Alice Eve’s body?

Find out the answers to these (and many, many more) questions by hitting PLAY on your Sony Walk Man NOW

'Star Trek Beyond' review

You can follow the both of us on Twitter at @ChrisSykes108 and @billowl.

You can listen to our work on both iTunes, Stitcher and Podcastland by searching 'All of Whine and Space'. If you would like to leave us a review (hopefully 5 stars) on iTunes or Stitcher, we would be truly grateful.

Sunday, 17 July 2016

WHINECAST - 'Ghostbusters' review

Does busting make us feel good?

That's the question we try to answer on this week's WHINECAST, as we review a film called 'The Ghostbusters', which arrives at cinemas surrounded by a complete absence of controversy.


In 'The Ghostbusters', a group of women (lol, i know rite) get together to bust some ghosts, with hopefully hilarious results. But are the results as hilarious as intended? More importantly, can the film ever step out of the shadow of another film that was released thirty years ago, which we gather had a similar premise.

There's only one way to find out - strap on your proton pack, your proton gloves, your proton document shredder and pray that you don't get one of those Women's Periods - because things are about to get spooktacular!

'Ghostbusters' review

You can follow the both of us on Twitter at @ChrisSykes108 and @billowl.

You can listen to our work on both iTunes, Stitcher and Podcastland by searching 'All of Whine and Space'. If you would like to leave us a review (hopefully 5 stars) on iTunes or Stitcher, we would be truly grateful.


Sunday, 10 July 2016

WHINECAST- ‘Now You See Me 2’ review

It’s the move event of the year!

lol, just kidding - it’s the movie event of the decade! Yes, three years after Mark ‘The Gruffalo’ Ruffalo took time out from his performance as the live action Gruffalo to truly play audiences like a damn fiddle, he returns with his Four Horsemen (*sigh*) in tow to once again bedazzle and befuddle us!


But can this truly inexplicable sequel reach the heady heights of the first film? Will the wonder of magic achieved through CGI ever cease to amaze and confound? Will we be inducted into The Eye and direct the course of society in an entirely unsupervised and undemocratic manner?

Hit PLAY on your Sony Walkman to find out!

'Now You See Me 2' review

You can follow the both of us on Twitter at @ChrisSykes108 and @billowl.

You can listen to our work on both iTunes, Stitcher and Podcastland by searching 'All of Whine and Space'. If you would like to leave us a review (hopefully 5 stars) on iTunes or Stitcher, we would be truly grateful.


Tuesday, 5 July 2016

The Doctor Who Rewatch Podcast - 'Utopia'

The Rewatch podcast is back - and this time we're going further than we've ever been before, the end of the universe, the very end of time itself.

Though there's a strange absence of Danny Pink or Maisie Williams hanging out, we won't be dwelling on that for too long, because the quarries be full of marauding hair metal rockers and it's deeply preferable for Tennant, Martha and Captain Jack Johnny Depp to take cover with the last vestiges of humanity and meet the man of the hour - Professor YOLO. But why does the Professor have a back story that sounds like cack? Why does he have a knackered watch that he sometimes tries to hypnotize himself with? Most importantly, is 'Utopia' the first instance of a 'three-parter' in New Who?

Find out the answers to all these questions and more - by pressing play on your Sony Walk Man NOW

'Utopia' commentary

You can follow the both of us on Twitter at @ChrisSykes108 and @billowl.

You can listen to our work on both iTunesStitcher and Podcastland by searching 'All of Whine and Space'. If you would like to leave us a review (hopefully 5 stars) on iTunes or Stitcher, we would be truly grateful.


As mentioned in podcast!

Saturday, 2 July 2016

The Doctor Who Rewatch Podcast - 'Blink'

Blinkin' 'ell! It's only time for us to discuss 'Blink'!

After a 'well deserved' (read: unjustified) break, the Doctor Who Rewatch Podcast is BACK and it's with a look at an episode that, in the nine years since its airing, has become incredibly significant. It introduced the Weeping Angels, arguably the most distinctive villains to emerge from New Who. It acted as a jumping off point for the career of Carey Mulligan. But, most importantly, it introduced us to the Moffat world of Timey Wimey Time Travel narratives that have come to be a huge component of the show's storytelling under his tenure as showrunner.


In many ways, this is the episode that truly solidified the idea of the 'Moffat Story' of a series being a particularly special event - yet this may arguably have become a doubled edged sword, as many of the elements in 'Blink' that appeared so fresh and assured would go on to characterise much of the storytelling in subsequent years - and not always to the show's credit.

So, join us, as we dive deep into the housebreaking world of Sally 'The Sparrow' Sparrow - and once you're there you'll never leave, never leave, never leave, never leave, never leave...

'Blink' commentary

You can follow the both of us on Twitter at @ChrisSykes108 and @billowl.

You can listen to our work on both iTunesStitcher and Podcastland by searching 'All of Whine and Space'. If you would like to leave us a review (hopefully 5 stars) on iTunes or Stitcher, we would be truly grateful.


If brought don't blink!

Saturday, 18 June 2016

Praying for Preacher Podcast #1


Literally over a decade in the making! @ChrisSykes108 and @HousebrokenGeek bring you the 'Praying for Preacher Podcast' #1 - in which we discuss the first three episodes of the new AMC show 'Preacher' and its relationship to the original Garth Ennis/Steve Dillon comic, its development Hell around Hollywood, and the uncanny height of Dominic Cooper's hair.

Praying for Preacher Podcast #1


Saturday, 28 May 2016

'X-Men: Apocalypse' review

Just how many disintegrations does it take to make an apocalypse?

That's the question we've ALL been asking, and the hour is upon us for WHINECAST to try and find an answer! It's been a decade (two years) since we last met up with the eponymous 'Ex-men' and in that time they've barely aged a day! But despite their faces being immune to the ravages of time, the real question is whether this band of vile freaks can deliver another outing as ball blastingly smashing as 'The Ex-men: The Days of the Future Have Now Passed'.


The signs appear promising. We've got our increasingly famous 'First Class' cast back to once again show off their Actings and Sexiness. We have the same creative team busting their chops (and presumably a move). We have universally adored charisma exuding Oscar Isaacs in the role of The Apocalypse - and finally, we have some sexy young teens here to do sexy things on a sexy scale.

What could possibly go wrong?


You can follow the both of us on Twitter at @ChrisSykes108 and @billowl.

You can listen to our work on both iTunes, Stitcher and Podcastland by searching 'All of Whine and Space'. If you would like to leave us a review (hopefully 5 stars) on iTunes or Stitcher, we would be truly grateful.