The Justice League is bad, but it’s also not the complete and utter slog Batman vs. Superman was. There’s certainly entertainment to be had, and I wouldn’t hate to watch it again. Unfortunately for the film, that’s largely to do with its incompetence. There’s a certain level of ineptitude that you just can’t help but... Continue Reading →
In celebration of the new Justice League movie which critics are heralding as not completely awful, we bring you a drinking game for the truly awful film that first brought together D.C.’s most iconic characters: Batman vs. Superman. Zack Snyder’s steaming pile of shit is so depressing, boring and sloppy that it will undoubtedly lead... Continue Reading →
We live in a world where it seems like more time is devoted to talking about movies than actually watching them. Despite strong showings from films like Wonder Woman, Spider-Man: Homecoming and Dunkirk, this year’s summer box office is projected to be the lowest in about a decade. And filmmakers are looking at the problem and doing what is necessary to rectify it. Just kidding! They’re blaming the internet.
Serialization has always been a major part of pop culture. Even before we were eagerly waiting for the next episode of Game of Thrones, Victorians were left biting their nails as the likes of Thomas Hardy literally left characters hanging off cliffs in serialized novels. However, serialization has also always held a somewhat tenuous position... Continue Reading →