“Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” – Spoiler Free Review

Following multiversal incidents in Spider-Man: No Way Home, What If?, and Loki, as well as horror fans being promised the first “official” MCU horror film; Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness remained one of the most anticipated Marvel Studios films since Avengers: Endgame. And that anticipation only grew with the inclusion of Scarlet Witch (fresh off WandaVision) and Sam Raimi back in the director’s … Continue reading “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” – Spoiler Free Review

“Morbius” – A Remarkably Unremarkable Sony/Marvel Horror Movie [Review]

Following an unprecedented 7 release date delays, the world is finally getting to see Sony/Marvel’s Morbius with Jared Leto.  And after 2 years of time to build anticipation, it’s unfortunate that the movie we got is merely just okay. Not great, but not outright terrible either.  Morbius feels like the absolute epitome of “meh”.  The only thing remarkable about it is in how truly unremarkable … Continue reading “Morbius” – A Remarkably Unremarkable Sony/Marvel Horror Movie [Review]

“The Batman”: A Gritty Detective Thriller That Borders on Horror (Spoiler Free Review)

For the past decade, we seem to be going through a trend of re-inventing Batman every couple years in an attempt to make him even darker and grittier than before.  The latest iteration, Matt Reeves’ The Batman continues this tradition and the result is downright brilliant, but not for the reasons you’d think. It’s not without its flaws, but The Batman delivers with a creative … Continue reading “The Batman”: A Gritty Detective Thriller That Borders on Horror (Spoiler Free Review)

MCU Announces Oct. 7, 2022 Release Date for Blade (Sort Of)

Marvel and vampire fans rejoice!  The wait may soon be over for Blade’s debut in the MCU.  Following a trilogy of movies starring Wesley Snipes and produced by New Line Cinema, Marvel had announced that Mahershala Ali would take on the role, but said very little more than that. Special Announcement According to a verified tweet from Marvel India earlier today, the new Blade film … Continue reading MCU Announces Oct. 7, 2022 Release Date for Blade (Sort Of)

“The Suicide Squad” – Movie Review (Spoiler Free)

The story of how this movie came to be is almost as interesting as the movie itself.  After being rashly dismissed by Marvel and Disney in 2019, James Gunn was immediately courted with a silver platter by Warner Bros. and DC. Offering him the chance to make his own Suicide Squad movie (especially after the first one failed so spectacularly), it was an opportunity he … Continue reading “The Suicide Squad” – Movie Review (Spoiler Free)

Loki: “The Variant” Review

Following the premiere episode of everyone’s favorite god of mischief, the second episode of Loki took things a little further and ended on quite the cliffhanger… Spoilers Ahead – You’ve Been Warned Silence of the Lokis Opening at a Renaissance Faire in 1985, TVA agents are ambushed once again by the rogue variant, this time taking a hostage.  Mobius, Loki, and a team are dispatched.  … Continue reading Loki: “The Variant” Review

Loki: “Glorious Purpose” Review

2021 has been quite the year for Marvel fans.  After a year and a half long drought of content, we’ve been treated to 3 new series in the span of just 6 months.  WandaVision intrigued the internet and fueled countless fan theories, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier gave us a fitting sequel to Civil War, and now Loki seems to be tackling the multiverse … Continue reading Loki: “Glorious Purpose” Review

Ranking Every Zack Snyder Movie (including Army of the Dead)

There are few directors that receive such simultaneous praise and derision from fans and critics alike.  Whether you think he’s a genius or overrated, there’s no denying that his films and style are quiet unique. So with two huge films of his being released just within the last 2 months, we thought it would fitting to look at the whole career of Zack Snyder and … Continue reading Ranking Every Zack Snyder Movie (including Army of the Dead)

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier: “One World, One People” Review

Following a slower paced, character-driven penultimate episode, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier delivered on a (mostly) exciting finale.  It was filled with action, but honestly it’s the poignant character moments that fans will enjoy! The Avenger Formerly Known as “Falcon” As the Flag Smashers crash the GRC vote in Manhattan and take hostages, the trio of Sam, Bucky, and Sharon (still eager for her … Continue reading The Falcon and the Winter Soldier: “One World, One People” Review

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier: “Truth” Review

Following brutal and shocking ending last episode, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier picks up this week with the fallout, and delivers with a very character-driven episode.  Running longer than any other episode, “Truth” gives its characters time to breathe, just before what will hopefully be a climactic finale. (Spoilers Ahead – You’ve Been Warned) Tarnished Potential Just as John Walker was getting started, his … Continue reading The Falcon and the Winter Soldier: “Truth” Review