Along with watching all the Marvel movies, the Princess and I have been playing the LEGO Marvel Collection from Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment on the PlayStation 4.
We’re always pretty busy on the site that things sometimes fall by the wayside. In my case, it’s some of the new films that have recently hit Blu-ray.
What happens when you find a video game unplayable? Find out, plus we review the joyfully fun Scribblenauts Showdown!
The road to the about-to-be-released Justice League film has been a long and winding one. Long and winding and fraught with bumps and pitfalls and massive industry, cultural, commercial and … Continue reading Road To Justice League: Long & Winding & Obstacle Filled
For those that were underwhelmed by Peter Jackson’s return to Middle-Earth with his Hobbit trilogy a few years ago, take solace in the fact that JRR Tolkien’s world of wizards, elves and rings continues to enjoy a stellar life in the gaming world.
This past week, the Princess and I sat down to watch a new film from our friends at Warner Brothers called Max 2: White House Hero. The star is a … Continue reading The Princess reviews Max 2: White House Hero
One of my favourite comic book series of the past five years has been the (mostly) Tom Taylor-penned Injustice: Gods Among Us. It originally began as a tie-in to the Warner … Continue reading Injustice 2 is what the DC Cinematic Universe should aspire to
You don’t have to go very far to get an opinion on the new Suicide Squad film. Chances are, you hit the Internet and the first thing that comes up … Continue reading Review: “Suicide Squad” Is All Guts, No Glory, And That’s OK
So, this week is a big, big, week for Warner Brothers, DC Comics and, chiefly, the DC Cinematic Universe (DCCU). I mean, as filmgoers and comic book fans, we could … Continue reading Top Six”Suicide Squad” Easter Egg Wants
The end of summer just wouldn’t be complete without the return of Fan Expo. It’s Canada’s answer to San Diego Comic-Con, including big name celebs, lots to see and do, … Continue reading Fan Expo 2015: Gaming, The Vibe, SiriusXM and Mads Mikkelsen, oh my!
Ten years ago, we didn’t have cinematic universes. We had franchises, and every studio dreamt of them, even though what they dreamt of would usually peter out after a trilogy. … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop’s It’s All Connected: Cinematic Universes All The Way Down
“Ninety percent of everything is crud.” – Theodore Sturgeon “THIS IS FICTIONAL LIFE BASED ON FACTUAL DEATH.” So begins one of the most powerful films about World War II ever … Continue reading The Ten Percent: The Big Red One: The Reconstruction (2004)