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As Bad As You Thought?: Batman Forever

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In the past I have talked about how Joel Schumacher ruined the great Batman film franchise. Many people often point to Batman & Robin as proof of that, and as I have written in the… Continue reading

Casting Call: Justice League Movie

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As I have written about previously a Justice League movie would rock audiences if done right. Part of doing it right is casting the right people, and because I wish to continue to volunteer… Continue reading

The Best of Doctor Who

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In the year 2005 a new generation of fans were able to discover the most amazing science fiction show on television. Despite having been missing from the air for over a decade this… Continue reading

As Bad As You Thought?: A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)

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The year was 1984 and thanks to a new generation of filmmakers, the beloved horror genre was experiencing a boom and in this year, Wes Craven would give us a horror flick that… Continue reading

Comic Review: Batgirl #5 & #6

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I must admit that like many others, when I discovered that once DC’s 52 hit the stands my beloved Stephanie Brown would no longer be wearing the cape and cowl of Batgirl. But… Continue reading

Review: The Woman in Black

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Anybody who knows me knows I love a good gothic horror flick. The more shadows and fog shrouded landscapes and superstitious townspeople the better; and this movie has all that and more in… Continue reading

As Bad As You Thought?: Road House

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After suffering the past couple of weeks through the likes of; Batman & Robin and The Last Airbender, it is time to reward myself so to speak, so this week for As Bad… Continue reading

Retro Review: House on Haunted Hill

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DARKNITE agrees to spend the night… A movie screen as black as pitch staring right at the confused audience; then out of no where, a piercing scream and a ghoulish laugh and so… Continue reading

Comic Review: Superior

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After the success that the film  adaptations of, Kick-Ass and Wanted achieved, it is completely understandable that comic writer Mark Millar would want to tell a story which looked at the cinematic nature… Continue reading

Retro Review: Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein

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During the 1940’s Universal Studios found that they had two types of movies that were always guaranteed blockbusters; Abbott and Costello comedies and their monster movies. It was only a matter of time before some… Continue reading