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Zack Snyder’s Justice League Review

For my review of the theatrical cut, click here. Right, so this review is going to be contentious no matter what I say. In many ways, I’ve been dreading the release of the so-called ‘Snyder Cut’, I knew that I’d be catching flak from one side or another no matter what I wrote, and, to…

WandaVision Review

Who’s been messing up everything? I’ll be honest, that tune has been stuck in my head for the past month, and now it’s stuck in yours again. You’re welcome. While the past year has been disastrous for all of us, it’s done particular damage to film schedules. Even the biggest studios have seen their schedules…

Daredevil (2015-2018 TV Series) Review

As a few of you may know, I often struggle to keep up to date with TV shows. I never got past the fourth season of Game of Thrones, I’m not entirely sure if I ever finished Breaking Bad, and I’ve never seen so much as one episode of The Sopranos. Even shows that interest…

The New Mutants Review

For a while, it seemed like this film was never going to come out. After being filmed back in 2017, it has subsequently had FIVE different release dates, facing several different setbacks along the way, including, but not limited to, a studio takeover, and a global pandemic. Considering that this was filmed at the same…

Deadpool Review

Deadpool is a film with a fair amount of history leading up to it’s production. Way back in 2009, X Men Origins: Wolverine was released, featuring a much-anticipated portrayal of anti-hero Deadpool by perceived dream actor for the role, Ryan Reynolds. The film was a disaster critically and almost killed the X-Men franchise, but there…

Birds of Prey Review

Birds of Prey, or to give it its full title: Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) which you’ll understand if I don’t use again, is the latest instalment of the once-ridiculed DCEU (DC Cinematic Extended Universe. I say ‘once-ridiculed’ as for my money the franchise has been on a bit of a…

Joker Review

It’s not an understatement to call The Joker the greatest comic-book character of all time, at least in my opinion. What Batman lacks in personality, Joker makes up for in spades, not only that, but because of this character we’ve had some of the greatest portrayals of superhero cinema; names such as Jack Nicholson, Mark…

Brightburn Review

I remember when this film’s trailer first dropped at the end of last year. The use of James Gunn’s name wasn’t particularly timely at the time, but it seemed like a novel idea at first glance, sure it was such a transparent Superman paralell that it could have been used as window, but the concept…