The Suicide Squad might be the most fun DCEU film, oozing with James Gunn’s style nonstop. This is what should have been released in 2016, it cleans up the paper-thin squad member issue to provide more depth to these characters. A bonkers, hilarious, blood-drenched experience that doesn’t let up and provides tremendous action sequences. Audiences who… Continue reading Review: THE SUICIDE SQUAD Provides Blood Soaked DC Carnage
The Suicide Squad is back with fresh blood in front of and behind the camera. The sequel is a massive improvement over the 2016 original. There is a coup on the island nation of Corto Maltese, leading to an anti-American government taking control. On the island is a secret facility called Jotunheim. Because of this… Continue reading Review: THE SUICIDE SQUAD Brought Us Chaotic Fun
Brightburn is a new horror film directed by David Yarovesky (The Hive) and produced by James Gunn (Guardians of the Galaxy). The movie is about a boy who, shortly after his twelfth birthday, discovers that he was adopted by his family after crash landing on Earth in a mysterious spaceship, sending him into a violent… Continue reading Review: You Don’t Need X-Ray Vision To See Through BRIGHTBURN
“Genre: Superhero Horror,” those are the first words on the BrightBurn press release that went out Saturday with the initial trailer. Then you notice this a James Gunn produced film and the interest level goes through the roof. As BrightBurn an Anti-Superhero film is the first movie Gunn will be attached to since his dismissal… Continue reading Is BRIGHTBURN The Anti-Superhero Film We Crave?
Kevin Hart has had a tumultuous few days, following his Oscars host announcement. Soon after The Academy declared Hart would host the 2019 ceremonies, people began digging up old jokes the comedian had made on Twitter. What particularly angered folks was a number of homophobic jokes Hart had made, both on Twitter and in his… Continue reading Kevin Hart, Apologies, and Accountability