New podcast episode: Chin Stroker VS Punter – 421: Listener questions, High Score, The Batman trailer, DC Fandome Event, Transformers: War For Cybertron, Soylent Green and MORE

Bit of poutpourri this week as we catch up on some of Paul’s recent watches as well as taking some listener questions; Smoke and Mirrors – The Art of Tom Savini, High Score, our top fight scenes, The Batman trailer, DC Fandome Event, our fave

New podcast episode: Chin Stroker VS Punter – 413: Cocktail,Knives Out, Demolition Man, The Beastie Boys Story, Blade 2 & MORE.

Packed show this week as we cover cover: Cocktail, the Peter Cushing Doctor Who movies, Knives Out, Demolition Man, The Beastie Boys Story, Red Dwarf: The Promised Land, Streetfighter Assassins Fist, Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpions Revenge, Little Joe, Comic Book Confidential, Blade 2, Child of

New podcast episode: Chin Stroker VS Punter – The Mandalorian Season 1 – Dispatch from Casa Chinstroker #5 (Bonus Ep)

So it finally happened, first he ground her down to become his wife, now Mike has ground Hannah down (with some help from the folks over at our facebook group ) to watch season one of The Mandalorian. So join us for a review of

New podcast episode: Chin Stroker VS Punter – 412: Listener Suggested Topics!

Very fun episode this week as we tackle topics suggested by listeners of the show, including: video games Paul is rubbish at, fantasy remakes and sequels, films we are scared to revisit, after the pub action movies, after the pub video games, favourite toys and

New podcast episode: Chin Stroker VS Punter – Bonus Ep: Married to a Geek

Due to woes both medical and technical, we have been unable to record this week, so please enjoy this repurposed, previously unreleased ‘bonus’ episode where Mike has a conversation with his wife Hannah about the trials and tribulations of being married to a geek!

New podcast episode: Chin Stroker VS Punter – Episode 398 – Our Top 10 Horror Films

It’s Halloween so what better time for Paul and Mike to discuss their top ten horror films, as well as a few honorable mentions? This should be particularly interesting as long time listeners will be familiar with Paul’s long established dislike for much of the