Two New ‘Spawn’ Animated Series Coming, Including One For Kids!

Last week artist and toy enthusiast Todd McFarlane stopped by the Fan Expo Canada where he dropped some unexpected news. While speaking to Comic Book, McFarlane let it be known that he is currently in development on not one, but two animated series based on his popular Spawn comic series. "We’re talking right now. I … Continue reading Two New ‘Spawn’ Animated Series Coming, Including One For Kids!

‘Joker’ Comic From Horror Director John Carpenter Coming This October

This story doesn't exactly qualify as "movie news," but it does involve a cinematic icon. According to reports, filmmaker John Carpenter (Halloween, The Thing) is set to terrorize the streets of Gotham City with a one-shot Joker comic for DC this October. Carpenter and co-writer Anthony Burch (who previously collaborated with Carpenter on the Big … Continue reading ‘Joker’ Comic From Horror Director John Carpenter Coming This October

‘IT’ Director Andy Muschietti In Talks To Helm ‘The Flash’ For Warner Bros.

It's been one hurtle after another over at Warner Bros. trying to get their stand-alone The Flash movie made. Now an unexpected jolt has given new life to this pre-production monstrosity. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Andy Muschietti, director of both chapters of Stephen King's IT, is in talks to helm The Flash for DC … Continue reading ‘IT’ Director Andy Muschietti In Talks To Helm ‘The Flash’ For Warner Bros.

‘Dark Phoenix’ Review: Not Quite The Blaze Of Glory ‘X-Men’ Deserved

About the Film Directed by: Simon Kinberg Written by: Simon Kinberg Starring: Sophie Turner, James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender, Nicolas Hoult, Tye Sheridan, Jessica Chastain Release date: June 7, 2019 Rating: PG-13 (for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action including some gunplay, disturbing images, and brief strong language) Running time: 118 min. Studio: … Continue reading ‘Dark Phoenix’ Review: Not Quite The Blaze Of Glory ‘X-Men’ Deserved

Top 5 Most Surreal Moments In The MCU Up To Now

Marvel Studios caps off a decade-plus of unprecedented success with Avengers: Endgame next month. In that time, there have been countless memorable moments for fans of Earth's Mightiest Heroes as well as for incoming fans. However, having been exposed to and enjoyed different iterations of the Avengers prior to 2008, many of those moments had … Continue reading Top 5 Most Surreal Moments In The MCU Up To Now

Film Review: ‘Captain Marvel’ Doesn’t Soar To Typical Marvel Heights

Captain Marvel is a frustrating film. It doesn't boast the signature wit or visual flare of a Guardians of the Galaxy nor the compelling narrative or emotional character development of an Iron Man or Captain America: The Winter Soldier. By comparison, Captain Marvel is a poorly structured and bland superhero origin story that harkens back to … Continue reading Film Review: ‘Captain Marvel’ Doesn’t Soar To Typical Marvel Heights

‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ (2017)– Video Review

The highly-anticipated sequel Kingsman: The Golden Circle is finally here! How does it compare to the original? Our video review! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JpQrR9o_Ghc&t=2s What did you all think of 'The Golden Circle?' Did it live up to your expectations? Or do you not even care about this franchise? I wanna hear from you so hit me up … Continue reading ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ (2017)– Video Review

The 5 Best, Most Complex Villains in the MCU

Thus far, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been a super-sized success, both financially and critically. Still, that hasn't deterred the passionate online community from ragging on Kevin Feige and company for the undercooked depictions of their big screen baddies (collectively dubbing the issue "Marvel's Villain Problem"). While evil-doing duds like Dormammu and Malekith (you're looking him up, aren't you?) leave much to be desired, Marvel … Continue reading The 5 Best, Most Complex Villains in the MCU

The storied histories of the ‘Wonder Woman’ movie

It's just beginning its theatrical release and already there is a lot of history behind the new Wonder Woman movie. For starters, there's the story behind the titular heroine herself. Diana Prince of Themyscira first debuted back in 1942 as the creation of one William Marston, an American psychologist and inventor of the polygraph machine (think … Continue reading The storied histories of the ‘Wonder Woman’ movie

Ranking ‘Wonder Woman’ & the rest of the DCEU movies

Tonight marks the unofficial release of the much-anticipated first film featuring the much-neglected female superheroin Wonder Woman. To add to the hype, the film is being praised by critics and fans lucky enough to catch themselves an early screening (Wonder Woman is currently sitting at a 92% on the Tomatometer at the time of writing … Continue reading Ranking ‘Wonder Woman’ & the rest of the DCEU movies