• “From Bad To Mediocre” – Film Review: Zack Snyder’s Justice League

    Zack Snyder’s Justice League is an oddity. Snyder left the project originally due to family tragedy and Joss Whedon (director of Avengers, 2012) oversaw the completion of the theatrical version released in 2017. That version is a complete non-entity and was dead on arrival, with fans subsequently campaigning for...
  • Film Review: Wonder Woman 1984

    I have a soft spot for Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman (2017), but it’s not a perfect film by any stretch of the imagination. Its third act, which is bland superhero fodder, prevents it competing with some of the highpoints of the genre. Unfortunately, Wonder Woman 1984 does not grasp...
  • Justice League Review- Everything Wrong with the Superhero Genre

    After a rushed production, months of re-shoots, two directors and a CGI moustache problem, Justice League has finally arrived in theatres and result is exactly what you’d expect – meh. The first thing that must be said is Justice League never reaches the lows of Batman v Superman: Dawn...
  • Wonder Woman: Is it really so wonderful?

    If anyone out there still hasn’t seen Wonder Woman, I have some words of advice: go watch it. Coming from someone who has never seen a DC-related TV-series or film, Wonder Woman is amazing, and rivals plenty of its Marvel counterparts. With a cast based heavily around strong female...
  • Trailer Watch – Justice League

    Since the overly harsh critical slaughtering of Batman V Superman, Warner Bros. decided to crank it up to 10 with this year’s San Diego Comic Con Justice League footage. The White Stripes bring in Batman and Aquaman in a macho-man face off of drastically unfair proportions. This footage is...
  • Film Review – Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

    Zack Snyder is one of the most polarising directors working in Hollywood right now, and his ventures into the iconic characters are no exception. Man of Steel split the critics and the fans and Batman v Superman is likely to do the same. There is an awful lot to...
  • Film Review – Triple 9

    Whilst all of us here in the UK, and pretty much everywhere else consider the digits 999 to mean urgent help required, those across the pond prefer to use 911 instead, allowing ‘triple 9’ to become a code for: officer down. The circumstance in which this three-digit code is...