As one superteam convenes on the big screen, another assembles in Cinema Limbo, as Jeremy and Ed Bloomer wade through the mire of 2003's graphic novel adaptation The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, based on the book by Alan Moore and starring Sean Connery, in a discussion that takes in Bananaman, being Whoed out and unlimited exasperation.
Jeremy is accompanied by Ed Bloomer for a discussion on 1986 British comedy Clockwise, starring an ensemble cast led by John Cleese. As they go, they touch on such subjects as Ritz Video, Christmas Night movies, Keanu Reeves and the Hollywood career of Geoffrey Palmer.
Jeremy is joined by Ed Bloomer to discuss Stanley Kubrick's last film Eyes Wide Shut, with digressions reaching such subjects as Hawkins Bazaar, the colour of bedclothes, the jigsaw theory of audience engagement and the Secret Ruler of the World.
Ed Bloomer returns to help Jeremy discuss the 2010 science fantasy sequel TRON Legacy, with a heated discussion that takes in subjects including two-minute dancing, anti-helmet bias and David Frost.
Here's an article about the unproduced third TRON film, from an interview with director Joseph Kosinski from March this year.
And here's the article offering a counter-argument to the film's politics regarding the freedom of information.
Ed Bloomer joins Jeremy to watch, sight unseen, the 2004 British horror film Creep, starring Franka Potente and Sean Harris. Their discussion covers such broad topics as train whimsy, Downton Abbey and Sammy's Super T-Shirt.
Join Jeremy and Ed Bloomer as they discuss Police Academy, the 1984 comedy that launched a thousand sequels. Listen in as they perform silent impressions and theorise which character is secretly a mass murderer as two straight white men also try to solve racism and homophobia.
Ed Bloomer returns to discuss VHS favourite Biggles: Adventures in Time, the 1986 sci-fi period adventure, with a chat that encompasses the world's greatest science joke, time-travelling Hitler and the forgotten action hero of British cinema, Peter Cushing.
Professional science man Ed Bloomer joins Jeremy to talk about 2004's philosophical comedy I Heart Huckabees, co-written and directed by David O. Russell, while the conversation touches on such weighty matters as death, vigilantism, Biggles and the sort of people who play bridge.
Jeremy is joined by his friend and scientific adviser Ed Bloomer to discuss Escape From L.A., the 1996 sequel to classic sci-fi action thriller Escape From New York, with chat encompassing Military Jesus, Son of the Pink Panther, which city should host the third film and Jeremy overusing the word 'spartan'.