Batman: Vengeance – Video Game Review

Spoilers Ahead. Since I was a child I have always been fascinated by the character of The Batman. I watched all the shows, collected endless toys, and read unhealthy amount of comics. But, one thing I failed to do as a youngling was to play and finish his video games. I don’t remember exactly howContinue reading “Batman: Vengeance – Video Game Review”

Renewed: Superman & Lois Returns for Second Season

After only the pilot episode the CW has announced the renewal for Superman & Lois. After premiered only last week the show has received acclaim from comic book fans and casual views alike. Receiving a positive 86% Critic Rating and 82% Audience Rating on the Tomato Meter and a score of 63 on Metacritic fromContinue reading “Renewed: Superman & Lois Returns for Second Season”

Superman & Lois: Season One, Episode Two “Heritage” – Review

Spoilers Ahead. After the high of last week I was skeptical about the quality of the episodes to come. Knowing CW and their cheap budgets I was afraid all of the money went towards the pilot. I was wrong. Very wrong. As with the first episode we are greeted with thrilling action sequences, complex characterContinue reading “Superman & Lois: Season One, Episode Two “Heritage” – Review”

To All the Boys: Always and Forever – Review

I always find it comforting to watch romcoms. I’m not sure if it’s because of the happy nature of the films or if it is the romantic in me, but whenever a new one comes out I always get excited to watch it. To All the Boys: Always and Forever is no exception. Having seenContinue reading “To All the Boys: Always and Forever – Review”

Peter Pan: The Motion Picture Event – Video Game Review

The time has come for our first video game review, and boy let me tell ya, it was a stinker. I have this very clear memory, back in 2003. There used to be a small theater a few miles away from me and there they showed the new cinematic event: Peter Pan. I forced myContinue reading “Peter Pan: The Motion Picture Event – Video Game Review”

Terminator: Dark Fate – Review

Spoilers Ahead… for a two year old movie. Terminator: Dark Fate is a scary film. Not in the typical idea of scary, but because it leaves the Terminator franchise is a scary place. Frankly, I really enjoy all the Terminator films except Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines; Yes, I even enjoy Terminator: Salvation andContinue reading “Terminator: Dark Fate – Review”

The Art of Self-Defense – Review

The Art of Self Defense is one of those rare films that you walk in completely blind and find yourself absolutely in love. Jesse Eisenberg stars as Casey Davies, a loner, feminine male who struggles to connect to anyone but his dog and boss. When he returns from work one evening he realizes he hasContinue reading “The Art of Self-Defense – Review”

Revealed: The Official Title to Marvel Studio’s Third Spider-Man Film

After a day of relentless teasing from the cast of the upcoming film Sony and Tom Holland have officially revealed the title for the third film, Spider-Man: No Way Home. The film stars Tom Holland, Zendaya, and Jacob Batalon and will be released only in theaters on December 17th, 2021.

Superman & Lois Series Premiere “Pilot” – Review

Mild Spoilers Ahead. When it was announced that Superman would be returning to the silver screen in his own television show I was ecstatic. Having only been a returning character in CW’s Supergirl, Kal El hasn’t has his own show since the massively popular Smallville which ended a decade ago. So, how did it do?Continue reading “Superman & Lois Series Premiere “Pilot” – Review”