“Joker” gets competition slot in Venice Film Festival

News came earlier that the upcoming WarnerBros/DC Films movie, "Joker", has gained a spot in the Venice Film Festival. The Todd Philips directed movie has been seen as a potential arthouse event, especially when it gets to be shown at a premiere film fest. "Joker" will also be competing alongside other notable films at the … Continue reading “Joker” gets competition slot in Venice Film Festival


New Comic Book Day: July 24th, 2019

Another Wednesday is here and that means it's New Comic Book Day! Today sees the launch of Jonathan Hickman's X-Men overhaul, Sean Murphy's Curse of the White Knight, and more! Let's take a quick look at some of the hottest titles this week from the Big Two: 1) Detective Comics #1008: Peter Tomasi continues his … Continue reading New Comic Book Day: July 24th, 2019

Comics in Review: Batman #75, or “The Begining of the City of Bane”

In the past three years, superstar comic scribe Tom King has set himself apart from others who have tackled the Dark Knight's main series mainly by focusing on Batman's emotional vulnerabilities. This aspect of the Caped Crusader often gets passed over for the physical and mental trauma he often undergoes. King is known for his … Continue reading Comics in Review: Batman #75, or “The Begining of the City of Bane”

REVIEW: ‘The Lion King’ (2019)

Disney has been on a specific trend for their films as of late. They have felt the need to remake some of their most popular works into live-action and this trend is being met with a lot of trepidation, While some of them have been met with some positivity from fans, critically they haven’t been … Continue reading REVIEW: ‘The Lion King’ (2019)

Review: ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’

Spider-Man is one of the most popular characters that Marvel has ever created. His legacy paved the way for its massive success thanks to the talents of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko who created the character in the 60s which took comics into a whole new direction, by giving young Peter Parker relatable human issues. … Continue reading Review: ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’

What ‘My Hero Academia’ Gets Right

Anime is one of the most interesting forms of artistic expression in regards to cinema. Anime’s style comes purely from the cultural intricacies of Japan and its worldwide recognition and admiration has been felt many times over. It’s easy to see its influence in American media with one of the biggest being the Matrix series. … Continue reading What ‘My Hero Academia’ Gets Right