ZACK SNYDER’S JUSTICE LEAGUE [Review]: Final Crisis?

I won't go into the background. We know the origin tale of Zack Snyder's original vision of Justice League, and his terrible family tragedy, and the continued tragedy of the studio interference that led to the theatrical release, directed by Joss Whedon (although the theatrical cut still lists Snyder as director, so...). We know the …

INVINCIBLE [Episodes 1-3 Review]: Gore-Heavy Superhero Perfection.

Without ever reading the Invincible comic, it’s impossible to compare Amazon Studios' new adult animated series to its source material. It should be at least somewhat comforting to know that Robert Kirkman, co-creator of the comic book, is an executive producer on the show. Also Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, the guys responsible for bringing …

BILL & TED FACE THE MUSIC [Review]: Don’t Call It A Comeback.

Another week, another straight-to-streaming release for a major motion picture due to the ongoing pandemic (yes! It's still going on!). With the conclusion of what can only be described as "an absolute surreal, shitty week", there was at least some levity in the form of Alex Winters and Keanu Reeves and their transdimensional adventures through …

STAR TREK – LOWER DECKS [Review]: Vibrant Voyage.

The third currently-running incarnation of the long-running, and wildly influential, Star Trek series is one of its least likely: a half-hour animated comedy. The brainchild of Mike McMahan -- alumni of Second City, and former writer and/or co-creator for Rick And Morty, Solar Opposites, and with experience working on both Drawn Together and South Park …

INTO THE DARK – POOKA LIVES! [Review]: Anthologize THIS.

Once again, the days have blended into one another, and time has no meaning, geeks and geekettes. You know what that means? That means we've got to find something to occupy ourselves. Luckily, director Alejandro Brugués, has brought us Pooka Lives!, the next installment of the online Into The Dark series... An anthology series, the …