WONDER WOMAN 1984 [Review]: Wish Upon A Star.

Premiering Christmas Day, director Patty Jenkins' follow-up to her blockbuster, classic hit Wonder Woman might not be the slam-dunk sequel on par with its predecessor, but given the state of blockbuster cinema, and inspiring stories, it has its heart in the right place, even if it has feet of lead... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psFf4KXJZoQ Set (obviously) in the …

THE FLASH vs. THE FLASH [DC FanDome]: Zoom! The Blur of Two Panels.

There was an incredible burden on the DC FanDome panel for the upcoming The Flash movie. This project has buzz-sawed through multiple scripts and directors and already endured several release-date bumps even pre-COVID, not to mention the rough prospect of being an alternate version of the character racing up against six seasons of the Grant …

CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS: THE CONCLUSION [TV Show Review]: Trust In The Arrowverse!

After a long month of waiting, we finally got the conclusion to Crisis on Infinite Earths and what a conclusion it was. While these final two episodes were the only two of the five episode crossover to air back to back, yet they were the ones that felt the most distinct from the rest, at …

JUSTICE LEAGUE [Review]: Now Go Home and Get Your F***ing Mother Box.

So.. hey. Hello again. If you're expecting to read another one of my scathing reviews of DC/WB superhero film reviews, then steer elsewhere-- Justice League is a fine, enjoyable enough romp that sees great teamwork, witty banter and its fair share of "OMG!" moments. It's far.. far from perfect, and righteously so; these peeps have …