A New Writer Enters The Multiverse Of Madness

Yesterday we learned that Sam Raimi was in the running to take over Doctor Strange In The Multiverse of Madness from Scott Derrickson, who left the production due to ‘creative differences (a phrase that’s almost meaningless in that it could refer to virtually anything).’ Today The Hollywood Reporter revealed that Michael Waldron would be working […]

REview – Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)

While I’ve never been a believer in the idea of franchise fatigue as far as the Marvel Cinematic Universe goes I can see how people might get tired of anything if it becomes too commonplace. Which is almost the dictionary definition of Spider-Man as he’s appeared in feature films. After the Sam Raimi Spider-Man trilogy […]

There’s No Anti-Venom For Dumb

According to The Wrap Sony is releasing a movie based on Venom–last seen in Sam Raimi’s 2007’s Spider-Man 3, which I will return to shortly–October 5th of 2018. The ‘dumb’ is that this version of Venom will apparently  exist independently of Marvel Studios’ upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming which is a bit odd since Venom was introduced in […]

Dead Snow 2: Red Vs. Dead -Review

“Apparently, No One Told Director Tommy Wirkola That Sometimes Too Much Is Just Too Much.” Have you ever known a person that you enjoyed being around, despite that they always seem to try way too hard to be the center of attention? You may like them as an individual, but wish that they would just tone […]

What’s In A Name?

What’s going on with #Netflix and movie titles? I’ve just finished watching one of the most recent horror movies to turn up on the streaming service, Víctor García‘s The Damned (a decent horror film, though the story treats some pretty outlandish material in a very reverential fashion, when perhaps a more “comedic” approach, in the vein of […]