Netpix (My Netflix picks and pans!)
  “Heyaaaah”! I have a few recommendations courtesy if the world’s largest video streaming service, Netflix.   While listening to Jack’s Random reviews that consist of Movies streamed via Netflix, a few suggestions of my own often come to mind and finally, here they are some nice and one... Read more
Netflix’s Iron Fist review
Netflix and me are not always good pals. They started out wonderfully with Daredevil, then dropped the ball with Jessica Jones and then also dropped the ball with Daredevil season 2. Luke Cage I haven’t finished yet and that will need to happen sooner or later. However, after a... Read more
IRON FIST: Enter the Drag-on!
Daredevil, Jessica Jones and Luke Cage has made their mark courtesy of the venerable streaming service-Netflix, now comes my most anticipated series from the (aforementioned) characters that will eventually form The Defenders. Iron Fist based on a 4th tier Marvel Comic protagonist who has gathered a huge cult following enough... Read more
Logan (2017) “The Last X-Man”
Starring: Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Richard E. Grant and Dafne Keen. Written and Directed by James Mangold    After 20 years of portraying the infamous, yet iconic Mutant Antihero, from previous X-Men film franchise, Hugh Jackman takes his final bow as Wolverine Aka Logan. But is Logan a worthy... Read more
A Cure For Wellness (2017) alleviates the ailment you did not know you have!

This movie year is starting out very promising.

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xXx The Return Of Xander Cage review

Bop answers the burning question if XXX Part tres is any good.

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Booger and Denzel go to Arrival
Includes spoilers. And to the heavily religious, please avoid. Read more
BT/DJ’s Doctor Strange Review and Podcast (100)
Ayyyyyy. caution: contains cusses. Read more
Can’t they just die already? A triple rant about Don’t Breathe, The Shallows and Green Room

The survival genre has to die! (clickbait tagline)

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Jason Bourne (2016): Bourne 4 Revenge

“…in the end it’s a storywise unnecessary sequel, but as a stand-alone spy action thriller it’s a well-directed, tightly edited, entertaining film…”

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child stage show review

A review of the stage play everybody talks about!

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (2016): Life is great as a human-animal hybrid
In a summer filled with disappointments, TMNT 2 might not stand out as a gem, but can at least live up to its predecessor, delivering what it promises. Shredder (Brian Tee) is back with a vengeance, after he escaped prison with the help of a teleportation device created by... Read more
Suicide Squandered! (And yet, here’s another Suicide Squad review!)
Synopsis: Fearing that the world is vulnerable to otherworldly threats, the Government enlists the disposable Task Force X on a high-risk mission in exchange for absolution: Meanwhile, the Joker operates his own agenda. After waiting for almost a year upon learning that the DC’s Dirty half Dozen cult Favorite-Suicide Squad... Read more
This year, vote for Jean-Claude Van Johnson (2016-)

The Muscles from Brussels are back!

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Suicide Squad? You mean Suicide Squat.

Bop does not like Suicide Squad. At all.

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Suicide Squad (2016): Chaotic, frustrating… and very watchable

Dee shares his opinion on the third movie entry into the DCEU.

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Sausage Party Review Podcast
dee indicated that our podcasts are not necessarily hated AND SO Read more
Lights Out (2016) Review

A review of the movie based on the eponymous short film.

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Oh No Another Podcast (Suicide Squad Review)
Bad Moms Pod-Cast
The Nice Guys(2016): Shane Black keeps kicking ass & taking names

IAB returns from his holiday by taking a look at the funniest movie of the year; Shane Black’s “The Nice Guys”

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The Killing Joke 2016 The Jokes on you! (Or is it?)
        At last, the highly anticipated animated adaptation of one of the bestselling Graphic Novels, Alan Moore’s Batman: The Killing Joke has finally arrived but is it worth the purchase or one hour and 16 minutes of your time? Synopsis: Batman tries to unravel the mystery... Read more
BTDJ TREK 3 PODCAZT
attention humanfolk, this has been seen. Read more
Star Trek Beyond (2016) is a solid, but generic space adventure

….and not one lens flare in sight!

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Stranger Things: The Kids Are Alright (Mostly)
While I usually review older movies, there’s the occasional, TV show, book, etc, that demands my attention, and propels me to spill some ink.  Stranger Things is one of them. Netflix newest series took my Facebook feed by storm, and what I’d read was so compelling I had no... Read more
Hardcore Henry review

Bop claims that “Hardcore Henry” is the movie of the year so far!

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Extraordinarily Bad
Booger T breaks his podcast silence to address the grand insult to cinema that is Ghostbusters (2016). featuring Denzel Jefferson, of course. Read more
IAB’S Shelf: “Gods of Egypt” (2016)

“‘Gods of Egypt’ is not a good movie, but it might have made a great 16-bit arcade game once upon a time…”

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X-Men: Apocalypse (2016): The Mutants face their worst foe (hint: It’s Bryan Singer)

A review of the latest X-Men movie and some thoughts about the status of the franchise in general.

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Captain America: Civil War has thrown down the gauntlet. Accept no challenges!

Stalks reviews Captain America: Civil War

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Regression (2015): Satanic Panic & Psychological Boogaloo

Is the horror thriller with Ethan Hawke and Emma Watson worth a watch?

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Batman v Superman: Yawn of Justice
  I remember how excited I was upon learning of DCWB’s upcoming project that will pit their two iconic characters -Batman and Superman, up against one another. Of course the trailers sparked further interests. So now, here we are. In BvS, (or as I would refer to the film... Read more
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) is part breathtaking Epic, part beautiful Mess

A bombastic experience that will divide the audience.

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Review – Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny (2016)

The Netflix-produced sequel to Ang Lee’s 2000 original features more action, less drama.

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Daredevil: Season 2 (Spoiler free review)
Now that the hotly anticipated second season of Netflix’s Daredevil has arrived, everyone has set aside 2-13 hours to watch its premiere on March 18. I was a bit concerned when Season one showrunner, Steven K. Knight (Spartacus) dropped out of the project and in his place were Doug... Read more
Zootopia (2016)

There’s a lot more than meets the eye in the latest film from Disney Animation Studios.

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IAB’s Shelf: “Self/Less” (2015) & “The Captive” (2014)

To blatantly cash in on the “Deadpool”-phenomenon, IAB checks out a few of Ryan Reynolds’ previous releases.

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Deadpool (2016) Rated-X as in eXcellent?

Stalks says: “Deadpool” is taking no prisoners!

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Reynolds & Baccarin Rubbed My Funny-Heart-Bone in the solid “DEADPOOL”

Is “Deadpool” a worthy Valentine’s Day movie? Kenchun says “Yes!”.

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ARJUN – “CORE” (2015) Album Review
Hailing from the great city of New York, ARJUN is an instrumental rock band that has been a part the local scene since 2003. The three-piece line-up consists of lead guitarist Eddie Arjun Peters, drummer Lamar Myers, and bassist Andre Lyles, who all draw their inspiration from classically trained... Read more
To catch a fallen Blackstar. David Bowie (Blackstar 2016)
        David Bowie has been resurrected many time throughout his music career and despite his very unfortunate demise, he still lives on! And should you doubt his never ending legacy, just give David Bowie’s final album Blackstar a listen and you’ll exactly know why. Blackstar is a... Read more
Turd’s Review of Star Whores: The Farce Awakens – How JJ Abrams conned the fanboys and made a mint

The Force Awakens continues to divide the audience!

(…)TFA is the apotheosis of Abrams’ career to date, in the most negative sense possible. In the words of a character from The Usual Suspects, “the greatest trick the devil ever pulled was making us believe he didn’t exist.” Abrams IS that devil and has delivered a terrible Star Wars movie – nay, terrible movie, period (…)

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens (From My POV)

Stalkeye takes a look at the Good, the Mediocre and the Bad of the new “Star Wars” movie in his spoiler-heavy review.

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Enthusiasm Awakens: Spoilerless Impressions and Eager Ravings on Star Wars: Episode VII

Kyle tries his darndest to bring balance to the Supernaughts and give us his spoiler free feelings on Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens! Note: Some very mild spoilers were inevitable, and special thanks to Jack Random for the title suggestion.

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) My Death Star is bigger than yours!

A spoiler-heavy review of the hotly anticipated new “Star Wars” instalment by J.J. Abrams.

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Review: Until Dawn (PS4)
Until Dawn is a surreal, dark horror interactive video game made for the Sony PlayStation 4 platform featuring a stellar cast of well known actors and actresses, such as Peter Stormare (Armageddon), Hayden Panetteire (Heroes), Rami Malek (Mr. Robot), and Larry Fessenden (I Sell the Dead), who’s also one of the... Read more
The Man In The High Castle (TV Series)
Hello. AsimovLives here. I recently finished watching a new television series created by Amazon Studios and Scott Free called The Man In The High Castle, an adaptation for the screen of the novel of the same name by American science fiction author Philip Kindred Dick. And I can’t believe... Read more
Heist (2015) Bland title for a decent B-Movie Actioner
I nearly killed a twelve pack of fancy beers on Thanksgiving. The bastards of the world charged me with depraved indifference. Thanksgiving is a good drinking holiday. In fact, it is in the top three drinking holidays in the USA. It probably is actually number two, right behind the... Read more
IAB’s Take 2: “The Hobbit – The Battle of the Five Armies”, the Extended Edition

In a second take, IAB revisits a review he wrote almost one year ago, and sees if the longer cut of the film made a difference.

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Curtain (2015) From NYC Horror Film Fest, the messed up child of Hal Hartley and John Carpenter

Shot on a minuscule budget with a bit of guerrilla film making, Curtain is reminiscent of the horror movies of the 1980’s as well as classic indies from the 1990’s.

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Jessica Jones Season 1 Episode 1 Review

Review of the 1st episode of Marvel’s and Netflix’ “Jessica Jones” with Krysten Ritter.

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Spectre (Reviewish)

How good is “Spectre”? And how relevant is James Bond still?

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Kurt Cobain – Montage of Heck: The Home Recordings (Album Review)

“Montage of Heck is a hard pill to swallow. It’s not something you just sit down and casually indulge yourself in. Most of these songs are not even fully fledged demos. They don’t have any structure and are not meant for convincing anyone to pump money into clean-sounding studio recordings. This is one man sitting on his couch in his suburban living room, strumming a mostly unplugged guitar and sporadically creating sound collages, skits, and instrumental passages while the TV is buzzing quietly in the background.” – Mathias Folsted.

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Star Wars Rebels S02E05: “Wings of the Master” (Review/Recap)

“It is great to finally see Hera leading the action, at the peak of her powers. I mean, we all knew she could fly, but here she really gets to show just how skilled she is as a pilot, but also as a tactical strategist.” – Mathias Folsted.

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Amy & The Engine – “TandeMania” EP (Review)

“They have that same musical fingerprint that made Fleetwood Mac so successful back in the 1970’s. It’s only a matter of time before the world realises their potential, and when that happens, I’ll be the first to sing the praise and buy the records.” – Mathias Folsted.

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Ash Vs. Evil Dead S01E02: “Bait” (Review/Recap)

“Not quite as exciting and thrilling as what we got on Halloween, but the writing is still wonderfully bizarre and pitch-black. As long as Campbell keeps spitting out razor-sharp one-liners and insults, the premise will almost certainly never become boring” – Mathias Folsted.

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Pan (2015) Movie Review: Michael Jackson’s Worst Nightmare

“Joe Wright and his writers have gang-raped this property so hard, it might never be able to walk properly again. If this was my child, I would file for a restraining order immediately!” – Mathias Folsted.

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Star Wars Rebels S02E04: “Brothers of the Broken Horn” (Review)
The rebels are back, but this time Ezra is flying solo! That’s right, the young Padawan actually has doubts about becoming a Jedi. Is it something he truly wants, or something the others expect him to be? He himself is not quite sure, growing defiant of both his master... Read more
Ash Vs. Evil Dead S01E01: “El Jefe” (Review/Recap)

“Ash Vs. Evil Dead is everything fans could possibly wish for, and then some. The fundamental ideas have not been watered down, and the pilot delivers buckets of gore, madcap humor in spades, and Bruce Campbell at his absolute peak.” – Mathias Folsted.

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Spectre (2015) Movie Review: Bury Bond

“Imagine a dour version of Die Another Day, and you basically have Spectre. The visuals are so cold and brooding, but the progression of the story is so implausible and cartoonish compared to something like Casino Royale, where at least I can give them credit for sticking to the style they have established. Here it’s just non-stop nonsense.” – Mathias Folsted.

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Star Wars Rebels S02E03: “Always Two There Are” (Review)

“With the latest entry in season 2, “Always Two There Are”, things start getting really interesting, thrilling, and even a little spooky for the Star Wars rebels!”

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Crimson Peak (2015) Movie Review

“Crimson Peak is a tribute to an era of patience, back when people actually had faith in the art of visual poetry and graphic storytelling. It wasn’t just about constant release of exposition, it was about keeping the audience guessing until the very end, craving for more until they would nearly burst because of the tension.” – Mathias Folsted.

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Reuben Bradley – “Cthulhu Rising” (2015) Album Review

In the mood for some Lovecraftian themed music during the Halloween season? Well you best look elsewhere (or simply check out Page 2).

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IAB’S Shelf: “Knock Knock” (2015)

IAB takes a look at Eli Roth’s latest film.

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Miley Cyrus and her Dead Petz: Miley and The Flaming Lips release hyper-sexualized acid music for free stream
When I saw Miley’s live performance of her new single, “Dooo It” from the VMA’s last month, I was surprised. It wasn’t the 30 or so Drag Queen back up dancers. It wasn’t the 1990’s fashion. It wasn’t the message of peace and smoking pot either. It was the... Read more
Dirty, Bloody, Scary… “Sicario” Film Review

Denis Villeneuve’s (“Prisoner”) drug cartel thriller starring Emily Blunt is declared as one of the finest cinematic treats of the year.

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Scream Queens (2015) is a Falchuk and Murphy product, alright

Is “Scream Queens” worth a look? Here is an early, spoiler-free assessment.

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Total Divas Recap Season 4 Episode 11

The probably most well-written recap of “Total Divas” out there.

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IAB’S NIGHT TERRORS – “Poltergeist” (2015)

What do you get, when IAB – a dedicated fan of the original film, takes on the remake/boot of “Poltergeist”? Well – you get this.

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Fear the Walking Dead: Beating a Dead Corpse!
Synopsis: What did the world look like as it was transforming into the horrifying apocalypse depicted in “The Walking Dead”? This spin-off set in Los Angeles, following new characters as they face the beginning of the end of the world, will answer that question. Welcome to another installment of... Read more
Name That Tune: Music Review Enn

Today I am going to focus on some good ole’ Rock-N-Roll I have currently in my rotation, plus a review of a band that I slammed recently here on The Supernaughts. Might have had a change of heart.

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The Chopping Block: The Bastard Executioner – Game of (Slit) Throats!
Kurt Sutter is often known as the man who wrote and directed some, if not most, of the best and most memorable episodes of FX’s The Shield (which helped set the standards for adult content regarding non premium cable television shows). And of course, there’s his modern age Hamlet... Read more
Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials (2015) Movie Review

“Instead of focusing on the key qualities that made the book so riveting to read, like the character dynamics and the mystery elements, the filmmakers give us a safe-zone treadmill-routine with lots of running, screaming and visually chaotic action sequences that are so incoherent it hurts.” – Mathias Folsted.

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The Dear Hunter – “Act IV: Rebirth in Reprise” (2015) Album Review (Video)

We have a video review of the highly anticipated new studio album from The Dear Hunter ready for you all. Sit back, relax, and enjoy!

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IAB’s Shelf: “San Andreas” (2015)

In this “Shelf”-column, IAB takes the Bag of Tropes that’s called “San Andreas” and tears it wide open.

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Frankie reviews Destiny in advance of upcoming DLC The Taken King
In 2014, Bungie, the creators of the popular video game franchise Halo, released a whole new game called Destiny that expanded the world of massively multiplayer online experiences even further. Destiny allows players around the world to play in “player vs environment” and “player vs player” modes during the same gaming session and compete... Read more
Iron Maiden – “The Book of Souls” (2015) Album Review
For more than 30 years, the british rock pioneers in Iron Maiden have dominated the heavy metal scene, selling over 85 million records worldwide; more than any other new wave metal band to come out of the 1980’s. In addition to that, they’ve also never really declined in popularity,... Read more
Love & Mercy (2015) Movie Review

“If there is one thing “Love & Mercy” certainly is not, it’s a conventional biopic. Not just because it downright refuses to follow the traditional beats and blueprint structure of the genre, but more so because it chooses to capture the essence of its subject instead of attempting to cover as much factual ground as possible.” – Mathias Folsted.

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Attack on Titan (2015): A second opinion.

A second, more favourable review of the hotly anticipated live-action adaptation of “Attack on Titan” (2015).

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The Wonder Years – “No Closer to Heaven” (2015) Album Review

“From hardcore and fast to slow and tender, “No Closer to Heaven” unfolds like ripples in water, stretching and bending the shape of punk to a whole new degree of raw, unflinching, emotional honesty; something far more intricate, wide-ranging and complex than anything the golden age of pop punk ever had to offer. Something fresh and unique.” – Mathias Folsted.

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The Unauthorized Full House Story (2015): A totally unneeded review

What did you expect?

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Scale your gigantic expectations for the live action-version of Attack on Titan (2015) back to Zero

“Attack on Titan” (2015), the live-action adaptation of the eponymous Manga and Anime, is a middle-sized disappointment.

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Parasyte: Part 1 (2014) is one of the better Manga- live action adaptations

A review of the first part of a film trilogy based on the popular Manga (and Anime) “Parasyte”.

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Sinister 2 (2015) Movie Review

“As much as it fails to live up to what came before it, there is always a sense throughout that someone somewhere truly believed in its potential, even if the studio pressure ultimately compressed it into a sloppy, derivative and predictable middle-of-the-road discount product. It may not be a very good film, but it really feels like it wants to be.” – Mathias Folsted.

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Fantastic Four: The Men with Knives
20th Century Fox is up to its old tricks again and Josh Trank has been designated as its official fallguy. And yes, I genuinely feel sorry for him. He’s under a demon’s banner in a house who has Bryan Singer permanently welded to a property he has no business... Read more
Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp Series is Even More Bizarre Than the Movie

Wet Hot American Summer the movie is an absurd gem of a flick that has gained quite a cult status since it came out in 2001. The film is ripe with tongue-in-cheek, satirical (and often bizarre) humor that certainly isn’t for everyone. The same can be said about the eight-episode prequel season that launched on Netflix on July 31st only, well, it’s even weirder. And that’s not a bad thing.

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William Shatner presents: Chaos on the Bridge (2015) Review

This documentary, written and directed by William Shatner, is an entertaining look at the behind-the-scenes troubles on the set of the “Star Trek- The Next Generation” series.

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Fantastic 4 (2015) Movie Review

“Fantastic 4″ is in every sense of the word a dreadful cinematic experience. The script is lazy, the structure is a mess, and the story is a paceless train wreck. It’s utterly forgettable trash, containing none of the fun and colourful excitement of a Marvel film, while also failing miserably to pull off the grimy look and dark feel of the pictures that inspired it.” – Mathias Folsted.

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Dark Places (2015) Review: Charlize Theron Driven Psychological Thriller

Dark Places, starring Charlize Theron, is the latest entry in the popular female-driven psychological thriller genre that is currently dominating Hollywood.

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Mission Impossible – Rogue Nation (2015) Movie Review

“This is a state-of-the-art showcase of what the human physique is capable of. A four-star Michelin dish cooked perfectly at just the right temperature, with just the right amount of salty self-awareness to keep it from becoming bloated or overly serious.” – Mathias Folsted.

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Ant-Man (2015) Movie Review

“The world doesn’t need to be saved from impending doom, and robots are not raising entire cities up from the ground. This fight is above all personal, which makes the whole thing so much more compelling and nerve-wracking than most other superhero flicks.” – Mathias Folsted.

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Soundtrack Review: “Ant-Man”

“The classic orchestration and sweeping string-sections are still very much present here, but this time they are juxtaposed by 1960’s big-band percussion, pulsing bongo rhythms, and even a bit of saltwater surf rock – Mathias Folsted.

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Joe Satriani – “Shockwave Supernova” (2015) Album Review

“It’s been a long time since a Satch project has sounded so alive and free-flowing, but at the same time so compact and carefully constructed.” – Mathias Folsted.

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The Death of “Superman Lives”: What Happened? (2015) Movie Review

“It’s not the presentation that keeps us watching. It’s the content we are being served that really matters. In that regard, this could be compared to really good junk food. Fast, easily digestible, but a delight nonetheless.” – Mathias Folsted.

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Justice League: Gods and Monsters (Is everything old, new again?)
What does the success of Batman The Animated Series, Superman: The Animated Series, and Justice League Unlimited have in common? They all can be attributed to the talents and contributions of character designer, animator, and producer Bruce Timm. After a two year hiatus from Warner Brothers Animation (Timm had stepped... Read more
Stung (2015) Movie Review

“Stung” tries to follow in the footsteps of the great B-movie horror flicks, but is not nearly as funny, clever and memorable as the 1980’s classics that inspired it.” – Mathias Folsted.

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The Hextalls – “Play With Heart” (2015) Album Review

The Hextalls return with another humourous, full-throttle pop punk album that sticks to the basics while skewering Hollywood, praising hockey, and celebrating the joys of parenthood.

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Cinderella (2015) Movie Review

“Supported by a phenomenal cast and dazzling special effects, Kenneth Branagh brings the tale of Cinderella to spectacular life, making it feel both fresh and traditional at the same time.” – Mathias Folsted.

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Terminator Genisys (2015) Movie Review

“Despite never reaching the technical heights of Cameron’s two first films, “Terminator Genisys” is nevertheless a pleasant addition to the franchise, delivering plenty of exhilarating action, solid performances, and Arnold at his absolute peak.” – Mathias Folsted.

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Scream (TV) – “Pilot” Review

“If there is any shred of potential to be found in this show, it certainly doesn’t find its way into the pilot. It lacks everything that makes the idea of “Scream” so interesting, relying too much on soapy dialogue and overstrung dramaturgy that feels neither real or believable.” – Mathias Folsted.

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