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.

The Citadel Cafe 277: Airbending With Farts

PixlRiffs is back to talk about his latest anime obsession, My Hero Academia and Joel has been learning how to customize his Minecraft experience along with some YouTube tutorial recommendations.

The Citadel Cafe 275: All The Animated Film Trailers

Hammond is back! We talk about the Netflix documentary Evil Genius and a great movie about the worst movie ever made. Joel finally saw Coco and it feels like every animated film coming out dropped their trailer this week.

The Citadel Cafe 273: Voltron Legendary Defender of Weird

Lou is back! He kicks things off by sharing his anime trip in Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure. As if we planned it, Joel has a hold on Voltron: Legendary Defender and we top it all off with a little Solo anticipation.

The Citadel Cafe: Infinity War

Megan and Joel start things off by talking about the upcoming Deadpool film and what they would like to see from a Deadpool, MCU crossover. The rest of the show is spent unpacking Avengers: Infinity War. Spoilers abound! Also, art picks from Joel.

The Citadel Cafe 270: Danger Will Robinson

Alastair pops by the cafe to discuss Lost in Space as reimagined by Netflix. We do get into spoilers but later in the episode with fair warning. Joel travels to Middle Earth in Minecraft and Alastair has been aboard the Starship Enterprise.

The Citadel Cafe 269: Ready Player Paris

Lou is here to give his impressions of Ready Player One. We say no spoilers on the show but we do end up getting a bit into spoiler territory by the time the chat is through. The Indiana Jones trilogy hits Netflix in Canada and Joel takes a trip through France via film.

The Citadel Cafe 268: Hateful Act Three

Brockett is here to talk about the second season of A Series of Unofortunate Events which leads to a discussion of a series of unfortunate third acts in The Titan and The Hateful Eight. But hey, on the bright side, Tron LEGO!