My Rating: It’s been nine years since Matt Damon last wore the all-black ensemble of Jason Bourne, the assassin-turned-amnesiac who only wants to be left alone. Sure, there was 2011’s rotten Bourne Legacy, but we haven’t gotten a true Bourne film since the fantastic trilogy-capper The Bourne Ultimatum. It seemed the franchise couldn’t go any further, at least with […]Read More
The Marvel Universe will be expanding in November when Doctor Strange hits theaters on the fourth. Benedict Cumberbatch will be making his long awaited debut as the title character, joined on screen by several other stars, including Chiwetel Ejiofor, Rachel McAdams, Tilda Swinton, and many more. The first trailer came out in April, and Comic […]Read More Benedict Cumberbatch, Comic-Con, doctor strange, Marvel, SDCC
It’s finally here – the new trailer for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them! The new trailer finally gives us a glimpse at said beasts, and they are varied, beautiful, and even a little terrifying at times. Newt Scarmander, played by Eddie Redmayne, arrives in New York City with his bag full of beasts and […]Read More Comic-Con, fantastic beasts and where to find them, Harry Potter, SDCC, SDCC 16
We always knew the beasts would be big, but the newest Kong: Skull Island Comic-Con trailer shows just how massive they are. Those bones! That bloody print! The tease of the beasts’ feet! The special effects and landscapes look absolutely amazing and the cast is phenomenal to boot. Check out the new trailer below:Read More Comic-Con, Kong: Skull Island, SDCC, SDCC 2016
Thank Squad, the wait is almost over! I love the fun that they’re having in this movie and with this marketing campaign. In their massive Comic-Con panel in Hall H, they dropped another trailer for Suicide Squad featuring more action, a better glimpse at the evil the bad guys face, and even more snippets of […]Read More Comic-Con, SDCC, SDCC 16, Suicide Squad
Are we looking at the dawn of a new era for the DC Cinematic Universe? The Justice League teaser (and the Wonder Woman trailer) both featured a few laughs that were completely absent from Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Watch the footage below, that was just screened in Hall H […]Read More Comic-Con, Justice League, SDCC, SDCC 16, Warner Bros.
While Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice wasn’t quite the epic superhero movie that the world was clamoring for, the best part was by far Wonder Woman. And the new trailer that just dropped at San Diego Comic-Con promises more action and female ass-kicking, plus even a dash of humor which hasn’t exactly been the DC […]Read More Comic-Con, SDCC, SDCC 16, Wonder Woman
AMC & The Walking Dead debuted a new trailer at Comic-Con yesterday, but be warned – it doesn’t give any hints as to who is Negan’s victim. The first half shows the finale scene of Negan doing eeny-meenie-miny-mo between them, but this time it’s intercut with flashback footage to highlight just how much these characters […]Read More Comic-Con, SDCC, SDCC 16, Walki
Comic-con has so much big name news going on (looking at you Hall H!) but there’s even more when you look at the other conference rooms and the floor. Starz’ new show American Gods came to the con and they’re not messing around. Watch the new trailer that hints at some big things to come. Also check […]Read More American Gods, Comic-Con, SDCC, SDCC 16, Starz
Mr. Robot was a surprise smash for USA last season and the second season is just getting underway. While the cast was expectedly coy about revealing spoilers for the rest of the season, we did get a few good teases about what’s to come. 1. Law Enforcement will play a big part in the rest of […]Read More Comic-Con, mr robot, SDCC, SDCC 16
UPDATE: In the panel they revealed that this would be the FINAL season of Teen Wolf! I’m not ready. Read below to see what else we learned at Comic Con. Teen Wolf is always one of the highlights for me at San Diego Comic-Con and this year kept the streak going! While slightly disappointed to […]Read More SDCC, SDCC 2016, Teen Wolf
Green Room After witnessing a shocking crime, a young rock band is unexpectedly thrust into a life-or-death battle to escape the clutches of a diabolical club owner (Patrick Stewart) and his ruthless henchmen in this white-knuckle thriller. A very simple plot synopsis for a very not-simple movie. Jeremy Saulnier has proven the he is capable […]Read More Allegiant blu-ray, Anton Yelchin, blu-ray review, green room blu-ray, The Magicians blu-ray
It’s time once again for nerds around the counrty and the world to congregate to downtown San Diego for another year of Comic Con action. Cosplayers will take over the Gaslamp District to see some of their favorite actors in person, as well as get never before seen sneak peaks into some of the most […]Read More All That, Comic-Con, Comicon 2016, featured, Luke Cage, Marvel, south park, walking dead, Warner Bros.
1-The Film Doesn’t Make a Big Deal About Having an All Female Lead Cast Just like with The Heat or Spy, we have the sense that director Paul Fig assembled a great cast of comedians he likes to work with, who just happened to be women. There are no allusions at the leads’ genders or […]Read More featured, ghostbusters, ghostbusters 2016, Kate McKinnon, Melissa McCarthy, Paul Feig
My Rating: Let’s get the important stuff out of the way. Yes, the Ghostbusters reboot features an all-female team, causing quite a few to bash the film sight unseen with claims their childhood will be ruined because it isn’t four males this time around. It’s safe to say that nobody’s childhood will be ruined by the […]Read More bill murray, Blockbuster, Bridesmaids, comedy, Dan Aykroyd, demons, ernie hudson, ghostbusters, ghostbusters 2, ghosts, Harold Ramis, Horror, Indiana Jones, Kate McKinnon, Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones, Melissa McCarthy, monsters, New York, new york city, NYC, Paul Feig, poltergeists, Saturday Night Live, slimer, SNL, SPY, summer, winston zeddemore
My Rating: I didn’t like Man of Steel. Zack Snyder’s “down to earth” and “gritty” reboot of Superman was bloated (the entire Krypton sequence was pointless) with a third act that was nothing but destruction porn. Man of Steel refused to concern itself with the consequences of destroying a city and killing thousands of people. And why […]Read More Amy Adams, aquaman, batman, batman v superman, batman v superman ultimate edition, Ben Affleck, bvs, cyborg, dawn of justice, DC, DC Comics, doomsday, Gal Gadot, Henry Cavill, Jeremy Irons, jesse eisenburg, Lex Luthor, Marvel, marvel comics, Superman, The Flash, Wonder Woman