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Ralph Breaks The Internet Press Event Highlights

It’s just a couple short weeks until Ralph Breaks The Internet hit theaters. Following a premiere screening in Hollywood on Saturday, November 3rd, a press conference was held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Information included in this article will be spoiler-free, and won’t include any film details not already disclosed in released teasers & trailers. If you’d […]

Batman vs. Two-Face (2017) Review

Batman vs. Two-Face (2017) – Rated PG – Reviewed October 20, 2017 – IMDb So, who thought making a Batman animated movie based on the 1960’s TV series was a good idea? To whoever thought it would be, thank you! OK, the animation isn’t the best; it looked more like a 1970’s Saturday morning cartoon than […]

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) Review

Rated PG – IMDB I am a huge Spider-man fan. Let’s get that out of the way. However, I have never fully embraced the films. There have been plenty but none of them every seemed quite right. Homecoming came close. When I heard there was going to be a new animated film starring a Spider-Man […]

What Is The Orville Trying to Be?

So far I’ve seen the first three episodes of Seth MacFarlane’s sci-fi comedy series on FOX, The Orville. And while I’m enjoying what I’ve seen so far, I’m stuck trying to figure out what it’s trying to be. I was braced for a dick-jokey, Spaceballsy, irreverent sort of eye-rolling parody show, but instead I got sideswiped […]

Us (2019) Review

Us (2019) – Rated R – Reviewed March 27, 2019 – IMDb I’m going to keep this spoiler-free but it’s gonna be tough because this is a hard movie to talk about without going into details. So here goes nothing. I was really looking forward to Us.  After Get Out and watching the trailer for Us, I […]

The Dusk County Chronicles Review

The Dusk County Chronicles Metal Ninja Studios Written by: Joel Rodriguez Pencils by: Roman Gubsky Inks by: Roman Gubsky Colors by: Roman Gubsky Letters by: Joel Rodriguez   We all have stories that we remember fondly from childhood. Whether they were told via film, TV, books or comics, they’d transport us somewhere else for a […]