Tag: Keith Chow

DC TV Classics 57 – Finale

Like all good things, even DC TV Classics must come to an end! Keith and Britney bid adieu to DC TV Classics and the DC TV Podcast network by looking

DC TV Classics 56 – Crisis Classics

Keith and Britney are back with an all-new episode! With only a week left before the massive “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover on The CW, our hosts look at the

DC TV Classics 55 – Smallville on Crisis: Somebody Save Us!

With all of the news involving the inclusion of Smallville in this year’s “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover, we had to return with a special episode of DC TV Classics!

DC TV Classics 52 – Batman

Ooh, we’ve got a live one here! The moment you’ve all been waiting for. It’s all been leading up to this. On June 23, 1989, the course of cinema history

DC TV Classics 51 – The Return of Swamp Thing

Keith Chow and Adam Starcaster have finally made it to 1989! Unfortunately, they’re not talking about Batman just yet. Instead, the first DC superhero movie of this landmark year —

DC TV Classics 50 – Superman IV: The Quest for Peace

On another DC TV Classics movie rewatch, Keith Chow and Adam Starcaster revisit the final Christopher Reeve Superman film, 1987’s Superman IV: The Quest for Peace. Directed by Sidney Furie, Superman

DC TV Classics 49 – Supergirl

This week on DC TV Classics, Keith Chow and Adam Starcaster analyze the first incarnation of an extended DC Universe, 1984’s Supergirl. Directed by Jeannot Szwarc, the Salkinds attempted to

DC TV Classics 48 – Superman III

Keith Chow and Adam Starcaster return to Metropolis to do an audio commentary for Superman III, the 1983 sequel starring Richard Pryor and Christopher Reeve. Widely regarded as the point

DC TV Classics 47 – Swamp Thing

After defining superhero cinema for a generation, the next DC Comics hero to hit the silver screen was…. Swamp Thing? Amazingly, the titular character of the cult horror comic from

DC TV Classics 46 – Superman II

Keith Chow and Adam Starcaster pick up where they left off last episode as they revisit Metropolis in Superman II, the 1981 follow-up to the smash hit Superman! Often lauded