Batman And Harley Quinn Blu-Ray Review

Well, the highly anticipated Batman and Harley Quinn animated film has finally arrived and, while I shouldn’t be surprised that it’s already stirring up controversy, I am. It seems like nobody can create any sort of art these days without enduring some sort of backlash, but that’s just the world we live in. Before diving into my […]

Cinemaholics #28: Logan Lucky Review

Is Logan Lucky one of the best movies of the summer, or is it one of the worst? The Cinemaholics debate along with special guest Andy Herndon of The D-Cast. Steven Soderbergh’s latest film stars Channing Tatum, Adam Driver, Daniel Craig, Riley Keough and many other great actors, but does the movie live up to its own […]

Narcos Season 3 Review

As season 3 of Narcos opens, the 1990s are in full swing. A salt and pepper Bill and a fresh-faced Hillary are settling into Washington and they’ve got one less narco trafficker to worry about. Pablo Escobar is dead. After 20 episodes of Wagner Moura sashaying around in badly-fitting denim jeans, Narcos’ antihero has been expended. But where […]

Lemon Review

Humans. Such a savage tribe. Complex beings who view heartwarming triumphs and delusional meltdowns with the same excitement. Life deals a bum hand now and again, which we like to see in our movies – something Janicza Bravo’s Lemon understands. A quirky, deadpan descent into emotional abandonment that tears one man apart day by day. Arthouse to the core, […]

The Hitman’s Bodyguard Review

Patrick Hughes’ The Hitman’s Bodyguard is, in its simplest form, everything you’d expect from an August release. What does that mean? Well, you can count on an asinine story, distracting action, and wafer-thin plot devices that shouldn’t – in ANY world – be met with positive outcomes. Tom O’Connor’s script is a two-hour excuse to send Ryan […]

Dark Nights: Metal #1 Review

This review contains minor spoilers. To quote Steel Panther: “Death to all but metal.” It’s how I feel right now after reading Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s electrifying Dark Nights: Metal #1, AKA your new favorite comic book. If this were a song, it’d be a hard-hitting, down-tuned ripper to wash away the filth of […]

DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow: The Complete Second Season Blu-Ray Review

Okay, let’s get something out of the way before I proceed any further: I love DC. I love the Arrowverse. Heck, I regularly cosplay as the Green Arrow and do a fine job of it. Still, I can’t help but be highly indifferent when it comes to DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, a series that I find […]

Matterfall Review

While prolific prior to 2013, developer Housemarque has arguably come into their own with the current console generation. Titles such as Outland and Super Stardust HD showcased their creative potential, but their collaborations with Sony on the PlayStation 4 have put them on another level. Resogun stole the PS4 launch, while follow-ups Alienation and Nex […]

Cinemaholics #27: Annabelle: Creation Review

This week on Cinemaholics, we review Annabelle: Creation, the latest entry in the Conjuring Universe and prequel to 2014’s Annabelle. Before that, though, we kick things off with our new segment, “Would you even watch this,” leading into a trailer breakdown for mother!, the upcoming Darren Aronofsky film.   Elsewhere on the show, Jon Negroni and Maveryke Hines also talk about their […]