This week, Ross is back hosting as we take a closer look at M. Night Shyamalan's 2002 suspense thriller/horror, Signs, starring Mel Gibson and Joaquin Phoenix.
Highlights include, spending an hour in Joaquin Phoenix's crazy conspiracy apartment, some concepts perhaps liberally borrowed from the movie Alien, and human flesh suits.
This time around, Matt has us taking a look at and pitching our sequels for Game Night, starring Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams.
Expect LARPing, Call of Duty incursions on biker gang hideouts, and much much more
This week Andy takes his first turn as host as we dive headfirst into the problematic pile of horse manure that is 1999's Wild Wild West.
Expect horsepower puns (but not from Matt), Robot Sheriffs, Kenneth Branagh's theatre beard and Will Smith's hairy danglers.
This week, Drew is back as host for our review of Venom (2018) Starring Tom Hardy, Riz Ahmed and Michelle Williams, and takes pitches from the guys.
Expect wobbly VFX, lobster tanks, Woody Harrelson's incredible curly red wig, and a Richard Nixon impression.
This week we're reviewing and pitching sequels for the 2012 remake of Total Recall, starring Colin Farrell, Jessica Biel and Kate Beckinsale.
Be ready for two pitches wildly similar ideas but wildly divergent endings, the 10 Cloverfield Lane of Total Recall movies, and a fair amount of love for this beautiful cast
Content Warning: Alcohol and drug abuse... in an episode about Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
Here we are with Episode 4! This time round, Drew hosts for the discussion of 1971s Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, and gets the pitches from Matt, Ross and Andy.
Expect heartfelt lessons about growing up, not becoming what you thought you would be, chocolate, and also alcohol and hard drug abuse. Things get a bit weird towards the end...
Episode 3 finds The Viking Matt Rushton hosting for our review of Brad Pitt's 2013 movie World War Z, and hearing just what weird, whacky places the other three take their sequels.
Expect discussion of Brad Pitt's hair, Brad Pitt's pouty mouth, lack of gore, a bouncing kidney and Bryan Cranston.
Welcome back for episode two of Sequel Pitch! (Re-uploaded to fix an audio issue)
This week, Drew hosts our review of the 2018, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson starring classic Rampage, before Ross, Andy and Matt give their pitches.
Expect dubious science, globetrotting, Arnold Vosloo, and a LOT of Dwayne Johnson
Welcome to our first episode! This week, Ross Harmston hosts our review of the 1986 classic Labyrinth, then has to endure sequel ideas from Matt, Andy and Drew.
Expect discussion of David Bowie's voice, David Bowie's hair... just David Bowie really, childhood trauma, horrifying flesh muppets and much much more