To begin, lets get this out the way, Zack Snyder’s cut of Justice League is better than the “Joss Whedon Version.” I’ll obviously explain why but it begins with the fact that Zack Snyder is afforded much more time than … Continue reading Zack Snyder’s Justice League (2021) Review
One of the rare, positive things about a film genre being so steeped in cliché and the usual plots and character types is that it makes a huge impact when you change it, even slightly. The changes make a huge … Continue reading Cabin in the Woods (2011) Review
I don’t care about the Academy awards. It feels like its lost its meaning and power. I’m sure within the film community it still holds a huge amount of power but outside of that, I think its beginning to lose … Continue reading A vote for The Mainstream Film Awards
As much as I loved Avengers Assemble (my review was ridiculously positive) I left the cinema with one nagging question… what next? Whedon and Marvel did the best thing they could, making this Avengers film as if it was stand-alone, their last effort, the only one. They gave the fans everything they would want to see from an Avengers film, in particular the hero vs hero and the perfectly pitched comedy! The only problem is, where do you go next? What story do you tell that warrants the Avengers Assembling one more time? Furthermore, what story do you tell that ties together all the … Continue reading My idea for the inevitable Avengers sequel.