Category: Film & Television

DC Comics: Live Action, Dead in The Water

The Cost of a Cut The premiere of Zack Snyder’s Justice League now has the hashtag “RestoreTheSnyderverse” trending. Raising questions like; should a “Snyderverse” still be greenlit? Are sequels within the original director’s vision still worth making? Or should the live action DC Universe simply be rebooted altogether? Even prior to the tragedy that contributed

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Solar Opposites : Season Two

Creators Justin Roiland (Rick and Morty) and Mike McMahan released season two of Solar Opposites on Hulu. Many fans of Rick and Morty tuned into the show last year, skeptical if it would maintain the dark humor and raw emotional intelligence of Roiland and Dan Harmon’s cult hit. Though most reviews remained positive, raving on

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Rick and Morty Season 5 : Same Old Wubba Lubba

“Well, at least we get another season” Was my immediate response as I concluded the premier trailer for Adult Swim’s Season 5 of Rick and Morty.  It pains me to inform readers, but the Rick and Morty hype train long ejected from my soul when we were given a ten episode season spread across nine

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Bad Batch : A New Hope

Star Wars fans rejoice! Disney has finally released the trailer for the first of what will be endless Star Wars content in the Bad Batch. For those unfamiliar with the intricacies of Star War lore, allow me to learn you something. The Bad Batch is a group of slightly defective clone troopers during the Prequel/Republic

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Art of The Trailer

“In a world”. A phrase made famous by voice talent Dan LaFontaine that rings through the minds of generations of people whenever the topic of movie trailers arises. What is a trailer though? Where did they come from and how did they become what they are now? To put it simply, a trailer is a

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Amazon Prime’s Invincible! : Does It Live Up to It’s Name?

From creator Robert Kirkman, Amazon brings us its newest animated series, Invincible! This new adaptation of the trailblazing  comic book series is nothing short of action packed. It begins with two villains attacking the White House in an attempt to assassinate the president. They are stopped by a team known as “The Guardians of the

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Modern Blockbusters & The Death of Culture

Oftentimes in cinematic circles you’ll hear snobs discuss how modern movies are for plebeians as they idolize their niche directors and surreal artists, but do they have a point? Has the rise of monopolistic conglomerates like Disney sucked the soul out of Hollywood? Or do we have only ourselves to blame for the repetitive dribble

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