Shaft is back! Richard Roundtree introduced the character to moviegoers in 1971 in an eponymously titled movie directed by Gordon Parks and written by Ernest Tidyman and John D.F. Black. It spawned two sequels, Shaft’s Big Score in 1972 (also directed by Parks) and Shaft in Africa, this time directed by John Guillermin, in 1973. […]
I’m not sure what this is. It claims to be the teaser trailer for the upcoming DCEU movie Birds Of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) and it might very well be. Though the thing is is that it looks really, really…sketchy. And oddly enough, I find that interesting
Yesterday I wrote an article exclaiming that ’Justice League is on Netflix!‘ And that’s true. Though what’s also true is that you wouldn’t know it if you’re watching in the United States because it isn’t currently available on the steaming network here (my mobile devices operate via VPN which acts as if I were anywhere […]
2017’s Justice League is on Netflix and with Aquaman rising above expectations to dominate the domestic box office maybe it’s time for another look at the movie that introduced him to the world (though technically that’s 2016’s Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, which I have included a clip from below). A better approach would–if […]
And I know bumblebees don’t sting, but work with me. According to Superherohype Paramount’s Bumblebee has overtaken Warner Bros. Aquaman in international markets. For reasons I’m not entirely sure Aquaman has been performing particularly well, outgrossing Justice League and Wonder Woman cumulatively. Which I find vexing. Part of the issue is that I’ve become accustomed […]
I purchased a ticket for Escape Room recently (which looks like a cross between Cube, Saw and maybe even a little bit of Cabin In The Woods) but I haven’t yet seen Aquaman-though I caught Bumblebee, which is pretty good. And that’s saying something for a Transformers movie-and short of Netflix or DVD, have no […]
The latest trailer for Warner Bros/Legendary’s Godzilla: King Of The Monsters dropped about an hour ago, and here’s to hoping that it shows a bit more Godzilla than the 2014 movie, where the monster felt like a guest star in it’s own movie.