For awhile now other studios have been trying to crack the Marvel Studios formula–to varying degrees of success–though as far as I can tell their greatest problem is that they’re approaching it in that fashion (like so great mystery waiting to be solved), when in truth there’s isn’t any secret at all. In a sense […]
2017, despite the reality of a Trump presidency, and all the insanity such an idea beings can be considered a golden age –especially if you happen to be a fan of superheroes because there are probably more viewing choices to choose from than there has ever been. The while the CW isn’t known as ‘The […]
It’s probably not a great thing that when I heard that DC Entertainment was releasing a DVD called Batman: Bad Blood the first thing that came to mind was this video by HISHE. Because in the end it’s all about the Bat Blood.
A lot of people are jazzed about Star Wars: The Force Awakens (illustrated by millions in advance ticket sales), Suicide Squad or maybe Superman v. Batman: Dawn of Justice and I understand the enthusiasm. I really do, but for me, the trailer for the must see movie for 2016 dropped late yesterday, and that’s Captain America: Civil War. […]
Del Toro seems to struggle, while–how do I put this delicately–less-talented directors seem to rake in the money
Sometimes the best strategy is to let the movie do the talking.
Gotta admit that the Suicide Squad trailer looks pretty good. My hopes drooped for a moment when I saw Will Smith during the snowy street scene (which looked very cheap, and was clearly shot in a studio), then rose in my esteem pretty quickly.
I admit, after learning that Marvel Studios isn’t coming to Comic-Con this year, that I was a mite concerned (though Marvel Television and Cartoons are attending) because that meant that DC Entertainment would dominate the convention with news and clips from Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice (still hate that title) and Suicide Squad. Though based […]
Based on a deal between Valiant Entertainment and DMG Entertainment, characters like Bloodshot, Harbinger and Archer & Armstrong will be coming to your local cinema, though there’s an important question which I don’t see being asked, which is if there’s an audience for them. Currently, there’s a Big Two as far as movies based on comic books go, […]