This week, Steve welcomes actor Amanda Jane Smith and pastor Judith McCartney to enter into the battle with Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman. While the film has scored with both critics and fans, there seems to be something much more significant about this particular moment. Is it true that Diana’s story provides a proper role model for… [Read More]
Before we get started, let me assure you… I already know what you’re going to say. Over the last year, there has been plenty of articles written about the DC Entertainment Universe (DCEU) helmed by Warner Bros., but I want to take a different approach. Instead of merely looking at what is wrong and highlighting it,… [Read More]
Since having a child, it has become a rare occasion for my wife and I go to the movies together. On Easter weekend, however, the opportunity for a date night at the movies presented itself. So, Saturday night we went to see Batman v Superman. In the Christian calendar, it was Holy Saturday, the day… [Read More]
To say that Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was one of the most anticipated films of the year would be a slight understatement. It may very well have been the most anticipated films of the year, but it was also the one with the biggest question marks. Batman and Superman are arguably the most iconic… [Read More]
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has been hyped as the battle between the alien, godlike Superman and the human vigilante Batman. Chronologically, it serves as the second film in writer/director Zack Snyder’s reboot of Superman’s film history, which attempted to erase the Superman-has-a-kid mistake that was Brandon Routh’s Superman Returns. But while Dawn of Justice failed to deliver an… [Read More]
If you are a geek like me, the end of November and the start of December has been a time of joy. In a matter of a week, we have gotten the trailer for Captain America: Civil War and Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. Both set the internet ablaze, but it seems that only… [Read More]
From the Warner Archive Collection, Justice League Unlimited bursts onto televisions everywhere in this fantastic, high definition version. For the first time, the entire series is now available on Blu-ray, featuring the episodes from July 2004 to May 2006 in the series that immediately succeeded Justice League. With more heroes, more villains, and more team-ups, this is stellar… [Read More]
Before Michael Keaton danced with the devil beneath the pale moonlight, before Tobey Maguire discovered great power, before Hulk smashed the puny god, Christopher Reeves and director Richard Donner paved the way for every superhero film that has come since.