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On Movie Spoilers Episode 82 we get into comments, our thoughts on Tarantino’s best of list and his opinion of Batman, then we discuss why Spring Breakers is a horrible movie, then theirs box office talk, upcoming blu-rays and we wrap it up with trailer talk of the 1976 remake of Carrie. Enjoy! …Continue
Added by The Phenomenal One on October 17, 2013 at 9:09pm — No Comments
We finally hit our big 75th episode of Movie Spoilers, it’s guaranteed to be action packed. On this episode we go over some comments, our thoughts on Ben Affleck as Batman and how Quentin Tarantino is overrated. Lehew loving his glass of Pepsi, The Phenomenal One’s response to the comments of him possibly quitting, that ridiculous top 5 in the box office & upcoming blu-ray releases. Also a special trailer talk for a movie we already deem as a F**K IT…Continue
Added by The Phenomenal One on August 29, 2013 at 9:15pm — No Comments
On the eve of Batman's somewhat controversial casting, I thought I'd share my thoughts on what WB is doing, and what I'd like to see them do.
Firstly, Man of Steel was a good way to start the new universe. I'd rather them do a straight up Superman-centric sequel, but bringing in Batman makes sense. Seeing this much destruction to Metropolis, plus this being first-contact with aliens, I can't see Batman sitting on his chair in the batcave, and doing nothing. After all, his goal is to…Continue
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The Phenomenal One teams up with Dragon and The Wolf Podcast hosts: Wayne The Wolf, ChicagoJon The Bear and Samantha The Storm Bird to give a critical breakdown of the problems with Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel. Enjoy!Continue
Man of destroying shit, yea! that should of been the title.
Added by The Phenomenal One on June 16, 2013 at 1:29am — No Comments
Where could a game that had almost every untrademarked thing on the planet go? To trademarked things of course! It has been officially announced that the next game set in the Scribblenauts universe will be Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure. Developer 5th Cell has made it very clear that they are not just going for the most recognizable DC icons, but are really digging deep into the back catalog to find almost everyone they can. For example, this game will give…Continue
First of all, let's look over the plot summary of the Dark Knight trilogy as the definitive Batman story on film. As a young boy, Bruce Wayne's parents are killed in front of him and thus decides to travel the world for many years to find his life purpose with the aid of the League of Shadows…Continue
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That’s right we’ve passed the hump, so sit back, relax and enjoy episode 51 of Straight Outta Austin! 2013 has us anticipating several landmark comic book movies. We debate whether or not Warner Bros will ever get their act together to even make a Justice League movie and what a Justice League movie would even look like? But DC aren’t the only players in the game,…
Added by Prometheus on February 22, 2013 at 1:35am — No Comments
Though not due out in theaters until 2015, Warner Brothers is sure taking tiny little baby steps toward the production of their Justice League movie. Still no word on a director nor even a firm idea of which version of its tent pole characters (Batman,…Continue
Joe Manganiello as Clark Kent/Kal-El/Superman. Okay, take away the beard and then you have an excellent person for Superman in a Justice League movie. Not only has he stated that he wanted to play Superman really badly in the upcoming Man of…Continue
With the enormous stack of money Marvel Studios made on 'The Avengers,' it was only a matter of time before some sort of development was announced regarding the long-gestating Justice League film. DC's version of the superhero super team,…Continue
I went to see Green Lantern Sunday night. This is my take. I don't know why people are hating on this. When there's to much action people complain about character devwolpment. When there's to much character play people say it's boring. This is a good origion story. It gets the basics out of the way. My only complaint is is this. I wanted a longer training montage. I don't know what fanboy wanted here. I got what I expected. A good superhero movie. It was better than Thor. Yes it…Continue
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TheDVDGrouch goes down the road not traveled and explores all things almost came into being.
Added by TheDVDGrouch on June 26, 2011 at 8:15pm — No Comments
Hello Spillios, Dr.O here writing my first ever review for this site. Any constructive criticism is welcome and encouraged:
When I first decided to go see the Green Lantern film I did what any person does when trying to decide on a film, I checked the reviews, and what I found was not that good. It seemed most critics thought it was a massive load of wasted potential.
This made me disappointed, but despite the negative reviews from critics, from…Continue
Added by Doctor Orpheus on June 26, 2011 at 4:00pm — No Comments
To start this article off, I think I should admit my bias, I’m a Green Lantern fan. I’m not a fanatic. I recognize that there needs to be major changes from the source material when adapting it to film. The question is, will those changes help or hinder the character’s appeal to a mass…Continue
Added by Mike M. on June 21, 2011 at 12:31pm — No Comments
In brightest day in blackest night this movie is bad its not alright. If you don't like that joke then your going to hate this movie.
Added by TheDVDGrouch on June 19, 2011 at 8:02pm — No Comments
First of all, Happy Father’s Day weekend. Hopefully, all of you have a great day with your loved ones. Me? I’m spending my weekend at the movies. Today’s movie is the Warner Bros. film Green Lantern. The movie, rated PG-13, stars Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively, Mark Strong, Peter Skarsgaard, Tim Robbins, Angela Bassett, and the voices of Geoffrey Rush and Michael Clarke…Continue
Added by Hogwarts Dropout on June 18, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments