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Comedians Craig Fay and Rebecca Reeds view movies and TV shows from the villain's perspective and dare to ask if they were really all that bad.

Produced by The From Superheroes Network.

Winner: Best Debut Podcast (2019), Best Comedy (2020), Canadian Podcast Awards 
Nominated: Best TV & Film Podcast (2020), People's Choice Award for Best Podcast in Canada (2019, 2020).

Apr 30, 2020

Ivan Vanko, the impoverished son of an immigrant, returns to the United States to face Tony Stark, the corrupt billionaire who has profited off inventions stolen from Ivan’s father. Now in order to set things right Ivan must team up with Tony’s business rival, Justin Hammer, and show the world why power should not...

Apr 23, 2020

When a missing child shows up eight years after his disappearance, with no memories of what happened, Dr. Faraday is given a mere 48 hours to get to the bottom of the mystery. Faraday quickly discovers evidence of cruel experiments being done on the boy. Experiments the kidnapper desperately wants to finish.

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Apr 16, 2020

Phoebe, a formerly homeless musician, befriends a group of selfish and misguided twenty-somethings in order to provide them moral guidance and show them what really matters in life. But she has her work cut out for her especially with Ross: a whiny, immature man-child who consistently lets himself be manipulated into...

Apr 9, 2020

John and Jane Smith are model employees but when they start to bring their marital problems to work their respective bosses don’t know what to do. Faced with no other options the bosses form an unlikely partnership and hatch a wacky scheme to get the two-love birds back together.

Edited by Andrew Ivimey and produced...

Apr 2, 2020

For nearly two years Chef Skinner has paid tribute to his dear friend and business partner Gusteau by keeping his eponymous gourmet restaurant afloat and its rag-tag kitchen staff employed. But Skinner suddenly finds himself ousted by Gusteau’s illegitimate son Linguini: a bumbling and inexperienced simpleton, who...