Trailer Into REaction – 6 Underground (2019): Visit Italy | Trailer

Michael Bay isn’t what I call a subtle director, and nothing about the ‘Visit Italy’ trailer for his upcoming 6 Underground indicates that that’s a mistaken impression. And that’s the problem because–at least for me–Bay being Bay isn’t terribly interesting. What is is that he’s working with Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick (Zombieland, Deadpool, Deadpool 2) […]

Hellboy (2019) – Red Band Trailer – Trailer Into Reaction

While I’d rather see Guillermo Del Toro finish his Hellboy Trilogy–Hellboy, Hellboy: The Golden Army and….–that’s no longer in the cards. The reboot is being directed by Neil Marshall (Dog Soldiers, The Descent, Doomsday) and stars David Harbor (Stranger Things, Suicide Squad) as Hellboy. The trailer looks okay, except for some of the CGI, which […]

Once Upon A Deadpool – Official Trailer

What’s the point of Once Upon A Deadpool, or as I like to call it, Deadpool 2-lite? A cynical money grab by Fox to see if they could milk more dinero from a movie already released–and gone–from theaters?   A ploy by Disney–who gained the rights to Deadpool and all the characters that comprise the […]

X-Men: Dark Phoenix – Teaser Trailer

Let’s start by being honest:  I can’t stand what Fox is doing with the X-Men just as much as I can’t stand when Sony–when left to their own devices–tends to end up doing with Spider-Man. Which is ruining them. And before you bring up Deadpool, that movie was an aberration and something that if the […]

Logan – Trailer# 2

Twentieth Century Fox’s Logan is indicative of their problems managing their X-Men franchise.   Supposedly it’s going to be R-rated, not because Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) is a mutant who’s primarily features are a healing factor, Adamantium-coated claws and a bestial nature to match, but because Deadpool had an R- rating, and it gave Fox almost […]

Warner Bros Just Don’t Get It…Suicide Squad Edition

  Apparently executives at Warner Bros/DC Films don’t understand that people don’t want murky, unheroic super beings–be they heroes or in this instance, villains. I mention it because reviews have begun to come in for David Ayer’s Suicide Squad, and they’re not…very…good. To be fair, they’re mixed so some that aren’t as bad, such as (on […]