Frame by Frame

Spider-Man: Homecoming – Liz’s Review

A modern hero blockbuster with a Brat Pack blueprint, Spider-Man: Homecoming scales back the bombast to tell a humbler story that’s as much about the hardships of high school as the perils of being a wall-crawler. Whether fifteen year old…

Frame by Frame- Wonder Woman

Welcome to Frame by Frame – Orbital Comics’ film & TV review & discussion podcast! This time, Paul, Liz, & Ryan take a trip to Paradise Island & talk Wonder Woman. “Before she was Wonder Woman, she was Diana, princess of…

Wonder Woman- Liz’s Review

Holy Rotten Tomatoes, Batman! The DC Extended Universe is in trouble! Their freshness scores are plummeting to critical levels: 55% and dropping! 27%… 25%… Things aren’t looking good! This looks like a job for… nope, not him either. Where are…

Frame by Frame- Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Welcome to Frame by Frame – Orbital Comics’ film & TV review & discussion podcast! This time, Paul, Liz, Adam, Tom & Robin head back into space to discuss Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2! “Peter Quill and his fellow…

Frame by Frame – Ghost in the Shell

Hello & welcome to the next instalment of Orbital’s Film & TV themed Podcast – Frame by Frame! This time, Paul & Liz look at Ghost in the Shell – they discuss the original anime, the manga, the themes of identity,…

Frame by Frame – Marvel’s Iron Fist, Part 2

Hello, and Welcome to the next instalment of Orbital’s Film & TV themed Podcast – Frame by Frame! Frame by Frame is the new place to hear our in-depth reviews of the latest film & TV releases based on, or drawing from…

Frame by Frame – Marvel’s Iron Fist, Part 1

Hello, and Welcome to the next instalment of Orbital’s Film & TV themed Podcast – Frame by Frame! Frame by Frame is the new place to hear our in-depth reviews of the latest film & TV releases based on, or drawing…

Logan- Liz’s Review

Just because a film is dark doesn’t make it deep; in the post-Christopher Nolan landscape of superhero films, ‘dark’ can just as easily mean ‘dreary’. Violence for the sake of violence is dull and unsatisfying; unwarranted angst comes cheap. But…