Zack Snyder is probably breathing a sigh of relief right now. His much maligned Batman V Superman:Dawn of Justice appears to be getting a new lease of life in the form of the new “Ultimate Edition” which has become available for digital download in the US and met with favourable … Continue Reading
With DC’s rebirth now in full-effect and the pre-“Flashpoint” Superman taking his place at the forefront of the DC Universe, the New 52 Superman appears to be well and truly dead, never to return.
Despite my criticisms of DC’s treatment of Superman since 2011 this iteration of the character has … Continue Reading
I’ll come out and say it.
This is not how I imagined the start of the Justice League hype train prior to the release of BatmanVSuperman.
Whatever your opinion of the latter film (I sort of liked it, then enjoyed it a whole lot more upon subsequent viewings) … Continue Reading
I write this with a heavy heart.
Batman V Superman is a mixed bag.
If you require proof, simply wade through the gulf of vastly contradictory reviews from critics, fans and cinephiles. Even among the fan community opinion is divided and I struggled to retain an open mind going into … Continue Reading
Dan Josh and Danny B get ready to have a Nerdibate about Josh Trank’s ill-fated Fantastic 4. Is it the turkey that pop culture seems to have decried it to be or is it a vastly underrated science fiction flick? We also discuss new bloood at Doctor Who and the … Continue Reading
There’s no denying it. 2016 is going to be a fantastic year to be a geek. While there are several film and TV events worthy of our nerdy attention the star of the show for me is and has always been Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, Zack Snyder’s … Continue Reading
It’s a German word.
It means- to make the familiar strange.
The legendary dramatist Bertolt Brecht used it as a means of making the audience take a step back and view the characters and their actions a little more subjectively. To shake them out of their complacency and … Continue Reading
The wait continues for a serviceable PC port for Rocksteady’s Arkham Knight.
Having exhausted the previous games in the series I’ve decided to look to the past while I await the future.
Conventional wisdom dictates that prior to Batman:Arkham Asylum, but that’s both poppycock and balderdash
There’s no debating … 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