Seg-El and Adam Strange return to Candor, not as free from Brainiac as they might think. Seg tries diplomacy while Adam returns to the rebels. Jax-Ur holds a terrible secret, Kem returns to the fold, and the truth behind Dru-Zod’s empire is revealed. From what I can tell, this episode of Krypton is the most … Continue reading Krypton Season 2 ‘Danger Close’ Recap & Review
After General Zod took over Kandor with Seg-El and Brainiac confined to the Phantom Zone in the finale of Krypton’s first season, it was a wonder to find out just how this unprecedented Superman prequel would continue from there. The season two premiere picks up six months after the events of last year’s finale. The … Continue reading ‘Krypton’ Season 2 Premiere Recap & Review
At the same time that Captain Marvel and Avengers: Endgame have been dominating the box office, China came out with a mega-blockbuster of their own. Now the third-grossing movie of the year as well as China’s second biggest movie of all time, The Wandering Earth is the country’s first full-scale science fiction epic. Part interstellar spectacular, part disaster … Continue reading The Wandering Earth – The Biggest Movie You’ve Never Heard Of
I really reject the repeated notion that “Hollywood is out of ideas”. You hear that over and over again, and it’s simply not true. There are endless original movies being made every day by an endless amount of filmmakers both new and old, but most people just don’t go see them. It’s something I quickly … Continue reading The Lobster – Love by Regulation
We look at how MARVEL balances telling the story, without spoiling it in their trailers.
We are in a very strange era of entertainment. We live in a world where everything has basically become meta; self aware, chock-full of pop culture references and not just references but pop culture itself plays a vital role in the stories that are being told. Look at the likes of the Lego movies, Deadpool, … Continue reading Ready Player One – A (Mostly) Sincere Love Letter to all Nerd Culture
I am not sure what I wanted or expected from a sequel to Guillermo Del Toro’s Pacific Rim, but I am sure that it wasn’t this. Del Toro was replaced by Steven S. DeKnight for Uprising, and while that immediately disheartened fans of the first, I was still willing to give this a chance. I … Continue reading Pacific Rim: Uprising – Double the action, half the fun