Alex Cox has for a few decades remained one of my favorite directors. He has the singular distinction of directing one of my favorite films (Repo Man), and one of my most hated films (Walker). I can look at his works such as Repo Man,
It is what it is.
I think we really need to stop looking to Rotten Tomatoes as a yard stick as whether a movie is good or not. Whenever something gets rated “Certified Fresh,” that means that a movie has an average consensus from a pool of reviewers and audience
One of the things that I have found fascinating about social media is how pop culture has become a niche market in many ways. This explains how some of the ‘big’ musical acts seem to come out of nowhere, often to my annoyance. It isn’t
Earlier this year, DC Comics released a 100 page story by Marv Wolfman titled Man and Superman. It was fun, vibrant and full of life. Man and Superman was the kind of Superman story that largely gets overlooked in the overall need for dark and
Your miles may vary in this experimental cult film.
I just recently revisited The FP after seeing that a sequel had just been released. For the uninitiated, The FP is a low budget comedy that envisions a future where a video game entitled Beat Beat Revelation is used as a bloodsport to settle differences
What was originally announced as a story arc belonging to Scott Snyder’s All Star Batman in 2016, BATMAN: The Last Knight on Earth became a miniseries that was destined to arrive on DC’s controversial Black Label Imprint. The concept, boiled down to its most basic
After just having watched The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot I am immediately left with the conundrum that I won’t have much to talk about. The premise is simple, an aging World War II veteran and assassin is recruited by the government
“All tapes left in a car for more than about a fortnight metamorphose into Best of Queen albums.” Good Omens by Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman (1990) I think it is safe to say that I have been waiting for an adaptation of Good Omens,