The current landscape of superhero cinema could aptly be described as an embarrassment of riches.
The multiplex has become an all-you-can-eat smorgasbord of superhero cinema that comes in a variety of flavours for a variety of palates. Some of it might not be to your tastes, it may even be … Continue Reading
I think at this point it’s fair to say that last year’s Fantastic Four was a disappointment. Despite some vociferous defence from within the Nerdifi ranks, the film generally left a bad taste in the mouths of both critics and audiences. Sa bad, in fact, that Fox discretely removed the … Continue Reading
Break out the chimichangas because Dan, Josh and Danny B are talking about Marvel and Fox’s Deadpool. While we’re at it we’ll be discussing those awesome Daredevil trailers, the controversial Iron Fist casting and whether or not the world needs an R rated cut of Batman V Superman.… Continue Reading
Ah, the 90s.
Double denim, fades, hi-tops and skinny jeans. I can’t help but ponder the nature of cyclicality as I stand amidst the uber hip, be-faded teenagers in the queue to watch Deadpool.
The 90s were an odd time for comics. After the ‘dark age’ well and truly came … Continue Reading
This the end of an era.
After 16 years of being the best there is at what he does, Hugh Jackman is hanging up his Wolverine claws. Jackman states some time ago that this would be his last turn as the amnesiac badass with a heart of gold but suspicions … Continue Reading
It’s a casting, Jim, but not as we know it!
A few months back the Internet was abound with rumours that Warner Bros and director Patty Jenkins were courting Star Trek actor Chris Pine to play Wonder Woman’s paramour Steve Trevor in the character’s 2017 solo film.
Then SDCC happened … Continue Reading
With the impending cinematic release of Fantastic 4 less than a fortnight away a worryingly large section of the audience seems to have already formed an opinion of the film.
Nonetheless for those unfamiliar with Marvel’s First Family I’d like to delve into the groups history…
In the late 1950s … Continue Reading