Sony Pictures released their newest trailer for Venom, and it gives fans of the comic book antihero their first extended look at the character in action. Let’s watch, react, and review the new footage from Venom!
DC Comics and Warner Bros. have finally released a trailer for their upcoming Shazam movie. After months of promotional pictures and debates about the film, we finally get a taste of the tone the movie is going for. Let’s react to it!
DC Comics and Warner Bros. just released the new trailer for Aquaman. The film is their first post Justice League film, and could possibly help their franchise to steer back on course. Let’s react to the trailer!
DC’s Titans released their first trailer for the series, and fans of the comic book team have mixed feelings about it. Considering that this will serve as the flagship show of the DC Universe streaming app, it’s worth discussing some of the controversies, mixed feelings, and story elements we can piece together from the footage we’ve received so far. Like and subscribe!!!
Iron Fist is considered to be the worst Netflix Marvel adaptation yet, and the character has gained a reputation of being the most annoying Defender to debut on the streaming service. But with the few changes to the character so far, and a new team behind the series, there’s hope for a better season two of Marvel’s Iron Fist. Here’s why his next season will be better.
Sony and Valiant comics recently announced a Faith comic book film adaption. Faith is the second Valiant comics character to be announced, and will most likely follow Sony’s Bloodshot film, which is already in production. We discuss the impact the film will have for female comic book readers and moviegoers.
John Carpenter’s Halloween is considered to be a classic slasher film by horror fans. But a series of sequels and a reboot took the sharpness out of Michael’s knife over time leaving fans with a dull franchise. Here’s why the 2018 direct sequel to the original might kill the franchise’s bad luck by taking a stab at fixing the continuity.
The NFL ruled against kneeling during the National Anthem, and threatens to fine any team that allows their players to protest. We discuss how this ruling has less to do with the flag, and more to do with pleasing their audience outraged by black athletes protesting against police brutality.