Posts From Eddie Villanueva Jr.

Eddie Villanueva Jr.
Eddie Villanueva Jr. 306 posts

A movie connoisseur of only the finest films, and an Encyclopod of geek and nerd knowledge. And if you know what an Encyclopod is, you're cool too!

New Hobbs & Shaw trailer brings it back home

I am seriously not a fan of any of the The Fast and the Furious films. The franchise has been pretty much going downhill ever since it started moving out of

Mark Hamill to voice Chucky in Child’s Play reboot

I absolutely love the ’80s. From film to TV, music to fashion, I am a bonafide fanatic of the time period. That’s why I’m not going to lie: I haven’t

Netflix announces cancellation of series ‘One Day at a Time’

One of the most relevant and impactful series that made its way from the streaming platform and into our hearts has ended. One Day at a Time (ODAAT), the Netflix

New ‘Avengers: Endgame’ trailer shows the Marvel fighting spirit

“I keep telling everybody they should move on. Some do, but not us…” We are within the final weeks before one of the biggest cinematic events of the year: the release

Prepare yourself for DC’s ‘Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ trailer

In our world today, we live completely inundated by our favorite franchises wanting to do crossovers. Everything from movies like Marvel’s Avengers and DC’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, to television shows such

‘Aladdin’ latest trailer shows us the magic of Agrabah

It seems that amidst all the mumbles and grumbles fans had from the first trailer of the upcoming Disney remake, Aladdin, the brains over at Disney decided that fans needed a bit

‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ gives a beautiful glimpse of Freddie Mercury (review)

“Fortune favors the bold.” There are few facts in life that will always remain constant: taxes will always suck, root canals are not fun and Queen will always be the epitome of anthemic

‘The Nutcracker and the Four Realms’ moves to a different dance (review)

“I’ve been expecting you!” Brace yourselves, here comes another Nutcracker movie! Yes, my mind was -almost- reeling at the sheer thought of another movie following the classic story of girl-meets-nutcracker. Okay,

‘First Man’ shows Armstrong’s earthly battle for the moon (review)

“That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” No other words spoken by man have ever changed the course of history like those that fateful day in July

‘Bad Times at the El Royale’ brings pulp back to theaters (review)

“First time at the El Royale?” This year, movies have kind of been all over the place. Some are direct hits, such as The Shape of Water, Blindspotting and, of

Sony’s ‘Venom’ loses a lot of character’s bite (review)

“You should be extremely afraid…” We are well into an era where the box offices are flooded with crazed comic book fans! Every where we look now, if there isn’t

Netflix announces new releases for October

It’s that time again that we’ve all come to know and love! No, I’m not talking about payday, I’m talking about Netflix’s monthly announcement of what films they plan to release! During

Second season renewed for FX spin-off, ‘Mayans M.C.’

FX has announced that they have green lit the second season of the already-popular series, Mayan M.C. According to THR, the network has picked up the stellar series for its

SDCC: MTG’s Mark Rosewater talks new mechanics and surprises

Magic: the Gathering has come a long way, from its humble beginnings back in 1993, to becoming the world’s most played trading card game. Fans from around the world have

‘The Meg’ takes a bite out of the shark-movie genre (review)

“There’s a monster outside…” Ever since the dawn of 1975’s Jaws, three things have always plagued our cinematic summers: a fear of the unknown, a fear of the ocean deep

SDCC: Hasbro’s John Warden excited for future of Transformers

I think it’s safe to say that one of the toylines from our childhood is not going anywhere! And no, I’m not talking about My Little Pony. I’m talking about

‘Christopher Robin’ takes you back to a simpler time (review)

“People say nothing is impossible, but I do nothing every day.” I think it’s safe to say that we are in an era -in terms of movies- where the name

Blockers – Blu-ray Review

“This is our last big night together.” Comedy is an interesting genre for film. It rarely gets award-worthy attention when it’s in its purest form, yet for what it does,

‘The Equalizer 2’ fights to set itself apart (review)

“We all got to pay for our sins.” We are in full swing of summer blockbuster season! Now is the time where moviegoers pack out theaters to beat the heat and just

‘Sicario: Day of the Soldado’ is gritty, unrelenting yet pointless (review)

“You’re going to help us start a war.” 2015’s Sicario is a gritty tale of corruption and ruthlessness on the Mexican border seen through the eyes of an idealistic FBI agent. This