The Citadel Cafe 302: Bumbling Into The Spider-Verse

Lou web slings his way into convincing you that Spider-man: Into The Spider-Verse is worth seeing twice, and that Bumblebee is a safe bet while Joel shares his initial thoughts on the first episodes of Titans.

The Citadel Cafe 301: 3BELOW

Joel and Stephen take a look at 3Below: Tales of Arcadia, the latest instalment of the trilogy of animated series from DreamWorks and Guillermo Del Toro. Plus, Hytale is coming and Joel shares a free voxel art tool.

The Citadel Cafe 300: Favourites and Future Past

Celebrating 300 episodes with a full house! Brockett, Megan, Ryan and Lou are here to talk about our favourite geeky entertainment form the past year, and what we are all looking forward to in 2019.

The Citadel Cafe 297: Everything The Light Touches

Megan and Joel discuss how their Christmas concerns have become adult and boring, then move on to more cheerful topics like the dark ages and The Last Kingdom and the new trailer for the “live action” (animated) remake of The Lion King. Oh! And scientists at NASA successfully landed the InSight probe on Mars. No biggie.

The Citadel Cafe 296: Shetland Nine-Nine

Megan is here to talk about how Brooklyn Nine-Nine balances comedy and social commentary while Joel is investigating crime in Scotland with Series 2 of Shetland. And, Mickey Mouse turned 90!

The Citadel Cafe 295: Battle Angels and Outlaw Kings

You’re it! Lou is here to talk about a high octane take on a childhood staple in the comedy, Tag. Joel took a trip through history on Netflix with the Outlaw King. Plus the new trailer for Alita Battle Angel is out.

The Citadel Cafe 294: Busting Ghostbusters

With Halloween behind them, Megan and Joel ain’t scared of no ghosts! A review of the most recent Ghostbusters film from 2016 as well as a look back to the original Ghostbusters from 1984 which Joel also watched recently.

The Citadel Cafe 293: The Chilling Adventures of Hal-Con

From behind the table selling art to cosplay and walking the convention floor, Megan and Joel spend most of the show talking about Hal-con then share thoughts and feelings on Daredevil Season 3 and The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina on Netflix.

The Citadel Cafe 292: The Haunting of Hell’s Kitchen

Brockett is here to get everyone in the Halloween spirit with Candy Of This Day and The Haunting of Hill House and Joel has been dancing with the devil in Daredevil Season 3 on Netflix.

The Citadel Cafe 289: The Boxtrolls

Joel introduces Megan to the weird world of The Boxtrolls a feature length stop motion animated film from Laika, the creators of Paranorman and Coraline. Megan has been reading the WebToon, Aerial Magic and shares some memories of her recent visit to China.

The Citadel Cafe 288: The Dragon Prince

Megan and Joel discuss The Dragon Prince, a new Netflix original animated series from one of the creators of Avatar: The Last Airbender. Some spoilers, but with fair warning. Plus an extra post show Barista Cut for our patrons!

The Citadel Cafe 286: LEGO House

Lou and Joel kick things off discussing their experiences with Netflix original content. Joel builds up another documentary about the LEGO House in Denmark while Lou hangs on to a predictable thread in Skyscraper.

The Citadel Cafe 285: The Power of Grayskull

Alastair and Joel share their thoughts on the new Netflix documentary, Power of Grayskull: The Definitive History of He-Man and The Masters of the Universe and of course reminisce about their childhood experiences on Eternia. Plus, first impressions of Final Space and a first look at Captain Marvel.

The Citadel Cafe 284: Detroit Become Human

Megan is back to talk about her latest obsession, Detroit: Become Human and Joel has been watching a No Man’s Sky play through from ground zero with long time YouTube creators, Etho and Vintage Beef.

The Citadel Cafe 283: Next Gen Next

Megan is here to pull back more of the curtain on her creative endeavours on The Heir of Keldonan, Joel tried to watch Justice League Dark and we talk about Next Gen, an upcoming Netflix original animated feature.

The Citadel Cafe 282: The Battle For Time

Ryan Murphy swoops in to the cafe to talk about the latest World of Warcraft expansion, Battle for Azeroth and his experience with No Man’s Sky and Joel watched I Kill Giants, a film based off of the graphic novel of the same name.

The Citadel Cafe: On The YouTubes

Double take! Megan is here to tell you to sink your teeth into What We Do in the Shadows and prepare yourself for gen:LOCK from Rooster Teeth. Joel is setting his sights on Final Space and some folks streaming No Man’s Sky on Twitch.