We bid a fond farewell to Dr. Peyton Westlake in our final discussion of Darkman and his various misadventures. Darkman III is perhaps the craziest film of the trilogy and features so many things that are absolutely ludicrous but so incredibly fun to watch on screen, including Jeff Fahey’s over-the-top performance, Darkman outrunning a rocket, and the most abrupt ending credits in screen history. It’s been a fun ride but it’s time to go, Darkman. 

This month, we’re tackling the entire Darkman trilogy, plus some other fun things along the way. Join us for DarkMay! 

It’s the beginning of the end of DarkMay as we discuss the first 10 minutes of the final Darkman movie and get something we’ve always wanted: Darkman impersonating a bad guy immediately. We also get a gnarly decapitation and a very specific quantifying of Darkman’s strength… which may be important later on. We also get Jeff Fahey, and who doesn’t love Jeff Fahey?

Part 2 drops Thursday as we say farewell to Darkman forever.

This month, we’re tackling the entire Darkman trilogy, plus some other fun things along the way. Join us for DarkMay! 

Robert G. Durant has returned… and he’s got a laser gun? We’re discussing Darkman II: The Return of Durant, a movie that embraces the comic book nature of the concept, except that it keeps Darkman from disguising himself like any of the bad guys until an hour in. We also talk about how many backup plans Darkman must’ve had, lament the way they treated reporter Jill, and wonder why they chose to end the Darkman/Durant feud the way they did.

This month, we’re tackling the entire Darkman trilogy, plus some other fun things along the way. Join us for DarkMay! 

We’re back to our standard format to discuss the return of the franchise’s true villain: Robert G. Durant! But we also have to set up new Darkman Arnold Vosloo, who arrives on the scene with a resounding “Huh?” Still, there’s lots to enjoy, from car explosions, to flying manhole covers, to a cop eating a sandwich at a crime scene. Can’t wait to see how Darkman stops Robert G. Durant!

Part 2 drops Thursday.

On this bonus episode, we sit down to talk all sorts of Darkman ephemera. First up, we discuss the failed 1992 TV pilot that would’ve taken the Darkman universe to the small screen, with a very posh Darkman who may or may not have genitals. Then, we talk three different Darkman video game adaptations, how incredibly difficult they are, and how funny it is seeing an 8-bit Darkman shed a single tear. 

This month, we’re tackling the entire Darkman trilogy, plus some other fun things along the way. Join us for DarkMay! 

We kick off DarkMay with the one that started it all: 1990’s Darkman. Since we know this movie pretty well, we dispense with the predictions and dive right in… only to find out we both forgot how this movie starts. Across 2+ hours, we break down nearly ever aspect of the film and wonder why this whole thing boils down to some building permits and NOT Peyton’s skin tech. Also, Peyton is very bad at keeping track of the time. Darkman is a little sloppy, a little shaggy, but great to talk about.