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Captain Marvel – Review

At long last we have a female led super hero movie in the Marvel films and strangely it isn’t Black Widow or Scarlet Witch, it’s Captain Marvel. If you have a good character in an interesting world, a hero’s story should inspire and let the viewer empathize with the heroes …

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Alita: Battle Angel – Review

Alita: Battle Angel is a passion project 20 years in the making from James (The Terminator, Aliens) Cameron. It turns out all this time James Cameron has been a secret Weaboo and has wanted to bring the world of Battle Angel off the pages of the long running manga to …

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Meatstock 2019

This video was made possible by the awesome people at Meatstock! Best day at work ever View this post on Instagram Our coverage of @meatstock is live on our channel!! Best meatstock yet they did an epic job of the event and we had the best time! Looking forward to …

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Glass – Review

Glass is the direct sequel to Split also inhabiting the same shared universe as Unbreakable. M. Night Shyamalan is often a bit of a mixed bag going from the sublime (The Sixth Sense, Unbreakable, Split)  to the ridiculous (The Happening, The Last Airbender, After Earth), say what you want about …

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Aquaman – Review

Aquaman is the next wave in the DC cinematic universe’s course correction after the erratic messes that could barely be called films after the studios were finished with them. Does Aquaman redeem the path that Batman V Superman, Justice League and Suicide Squad had set? Lets take a deep dive …

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Mortal Engines – Review

The foremost thing on my mind going into Mortal Engines was “Has Peter Jackson been broken by his loveless shackling to doing The Hobbit out of pure obligation.” Within 2 minutes of the pre-title sequence I was happily lost in the steampunk meets Mad Max world Mortal Engines brings to …

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Creed II – Review

Big thanks to Warner Bros and Undertow media for hooking us up with an invite to the premiere of Creed II. Creed was a soft reboot of the Rocky franchise under the direction of Ryan (Black Panther) Coogler that came out of its corner swinging and land as many emotional shots …

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Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – Review

A big thanks to Warner Bros and Undertow media for hooking us up with an invite to the premiere! Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindlewald, (hereafter referred to as FB2) expands on the first films setup further fleshing out the events that shaped the Harry Potter universe. I have had …

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Overlord – Review

It’s kinda weird that Nazi Zombies are actually a horror sub-genre and Overlord dives into it facefirst.  As if they weren’t bad enough lets make them zombies! From Raiders of the lost Ark to HellBoy there is a particular mix of Nazis and mad science and the occult always conjures up …

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Halloween – Review

Halloween not to be confused with the 1978 original or the Rob Zombie’s 2007 “re-imagining” is the 11th (!) installment in the series. Quality wise the series went downhill pretty quickly after the second one, this new Halloween movie ignores everything after the first. Which is probably wise as Michael …

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