Movie Review

Review: Edge of Tomorrow

Groundhog Day meets Starship Troopers, this is the probably what most people think of upon seeing the trailers for Edge of Tomorrow. Like Starship Troopers, the film consists of soldiers facing a plethora of

Maleficent review

By Derek Mari Maleficent. Disney’s newest live-action that follows the upbringing and origin of the Mistress of All Evil, Maleficent herself. Maleficent made her debut appearance in Disney’s Sleeping Beauty

Comics In Focus: Chris Claremont’s X-Men (review)

He is one of the people responsible for one of the most iconic Wolverine comics of all time. Although he didn’t create the character, he’s probably the most iconic writer

Godzilla review #2

Check out our first review here. Out of all the stories filmmakers can revisit ten, twenty, thirty times, it’s a story about a giant “reptile” that’s among the most popular.

Godzilla Review: The King of the Monsters has returned

Words can’t express the level of anticipation I have had for Gareth Edward’s film. I have numerous fond memories of Godzilla growing up, having watched Toho’s movies many times and

Son of Batman – DC Universe Animated movie review

Son of Batman is the latest from the DC Universe Animated Original Movies by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, and it’s now available on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD. The story

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Review

Fox and Columbia has a lot to live up to when it puts out a film under the Marvel banner. Spider-Man is no exception; prior to Robert Downey Jr. Spider-Man

Review: ‘Transcendence’ fails to transcend into a good film

Transcendence had all the elements to be a great movie. It had top-notch actors (Johnny Depp, Rebecca Hall, Paul Bettany, Morgan Freeman, Cillian Murphy, Kate Mara), an inventive storyline, and an

The Raid 2 review

The Raid 2 has been released in limited theaters with rave reviews, and now it’s being released nationwide, giving action fans a chance to witness one of the best and

47 Ronin – Blu-ray Review

When 47 Ronin was announced to the world, it was announced with such fanfare. A press conference was held — similar to how Skyfall’s cast and crew were announced — celebrating

Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Review #3)

It’s good to be back. No, I’m not quoting Tony Stark, I’m expressing my joy about seeing a solid Marvel Studios project after a year of mediocrity. For me, they

Captain America: The Winter Soldier Review

At the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con, Kevin Feige introduced to the world that the sequel to Captain America would be inspired by Ed Brubaker’s incredible Winter Soldier story arc. However, when it was

Afflicted is a thrilling new spin on the found-footage genre (review)

Found-footage in the last couple of years has grown to be one of my favorite style of filmmaking. When done right it can be a unique platform that can be

Captain America: The Winter Soldier (review)

Marvel Phase 2 has been on a somewhat rocky start for me. Iron Man 3 was a fun movie, but the whole Mandarin being fake left a bad taste in

Avengers Confidential: Black Widow and Punisher (Blu-ray review)

In the world of animation and television, Marvel still has a lot of catching up to do if they want to compete against DC. With Avengers Confidential: Black Widow and

Review: Muppets Most Wanted

I was a huge fan of the first Muppet movie, and was so excited to see the sequel. Although it did not have Jason Segel and Amy Adams, it held

Need for Speed review – Race to De Leon

EA and Dreamworks take the Need for Speed video game franchise to the big screen in hopes to replicate the success of the series on the big screen. The games

Muppets Most Wanted Review

When it was first reported that Jason Segel wouldn’t be back for Muppets Most Wanted, many fans were deservingly disappointed by the news. The Muppets served both as a user-friendly introduction for

Tiger & Bunny: The Rising – A hero’s true strength isn’t in his powers

Tiger & Bunny: The Rising is the second movie in the Tiger & Bunny series. The first movie, Tiger & Bunny: The Beginning, was a re-telling of the anime series while

Need for Speed (movie review)

Normally when a movie is based off a video game you can expect a lot of changes that probably have little to do with the video game itself. The Need for