The DCEU's big team-up film, JUSTICE LEAGUE, is finally here and it is exactly as flawed, divisive and occasionally fun as you were expecting.
Thor's third movie is here, and this time the character's done right. Enter as we discuss how a little-known indie director saved Marvel's struggling sub-franchise.
After five movies of varying success, Spider-Man returns to cinemas, this time under the banner of the MCU. The result: Spidey has never been more perfectly realized.
DC needs a critical and fan favorite film to steady their feet in advance of this Fall's Justice League premier. Does Wonder Woman pull it off? We have the review...
Picking up right after the 2014 surprise hit, Volume Two takes the Guardians of the Galaxy into the risky realm of "character development." Does it pay off?
Logan embraces all the violence and bloodshed its character is famous for better than any X-Men film before it. It also rips your heart out on more than one occasion.
Marvel's new "magical" franchise features great visuals and acting and a clever third act which buoys an unremarkable plot. Full review inside...
After years of waiting, one of DC's finest Batman tales has been given the "animated movie" treatment. Unfortunately it's a very mixed bag...
After a promising ad campaign, Suicide Squad has arrived...and has been hacked to death by panic-stricken Execs at Warner Bros...
Just what was that weird vision about in Batman v Superman? Does it hint at what's in store for the upcoming Justice League movie? Enter and lets talk it out.
X-Men Apocalypse had everything going for it...did it live up to the hype?
The third Captain America movie picks up right where Winter Solider left off, both in terms of story and as another brilliant addition to the MCU library...
After almost ten years and more than a dozen movies, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is offically the biggest franchise in cinema history. How did it all start? Let's find out.
Batman v Superman is a massive, world-building undertaking that lays the foundation for countless movies still to come. It may be a little TOO massive though...
This weekend brings what is hoped by comic fans everywhere to be the start of a new cinematic universe. Let's talk about the DCCU and where it all started.
Marvel's foul mouthed mercenary starts 2016's comic book movie season off with a film befitting its character. For grown ups only!
It will go down as the biggest bomb of the year, with the studio, actors, and even the director totally disowning it. What went wrong and what can be done next time?
This movie is insulting, disastrously edited and terribly written. Enter and hate it with me.
The most famous comic book movie that never was finally has its story told. In the end...it's probably good that it never was.
Pleasant, funny, occasionally heart-warming but never too melodramatic, Ant-Man rises above the controversy of its production to be a movie worthy of the MCU.