Watchmen was released five years ago this month and it still stands as one of the best, and most underrated, comic book films.Read more "5 Year Retrospective: Watchmen"
Red Dawn is finally out! Should you go see this remake?Read more "Film Review: Red Dawn"
The latest, and possibly most under the radar, comic book film this summer is the adaptation of Jonah Hex and the results are a mixed bag as the films focus seems to be in a lot of wrong places. Hex is a Confederate soldier of some rank but when he turns on his regiment and […]Read more "Review: Jonah Hex"
The Losers is a fun, funny, throwback action film that never lets up and features great work by the solid ensemble cast that is obviously having a blast and brings us in on all the fun. The Losers is a band of CIA operatives that get hung out to dry on a black op gone […]Read more "Review: The Losers"
Ang Lee’s latest is his lesser effort as of late as he starts off on the right foot but slowly dissolves into a bit of a mess with no narrative to speak of for the second half. Elliot Teichberg is a want a be artist living in New York City, only to see most of […]Read more "Review: Taking Woodstock"
The most acclaimed graphic novel of all time translates into an epic and fascinating film that is engaging, precise, and does great justice to its origins but might be a bit to inaccessible to Watchmen virgins. ‘The Comedian is dead’ and his death puts this film into motion. Rorschach, a shape shifting masked vigilante, use […]Read more "Review: Watchmen"