Calendar Man Could Come To Gotham

by Todd Blackon September 23, 2017
Despite it being a “prequel series”, Gotham has never been shy about bringing in much of Batman’s Rogues Gallery to help boost the plot and keep things interesting. Such characters Penguin, Carmine Falcone, Catwoman, Riddler, Victor Zsasz, Poison Ivy, and the Court of Owls have been brought into the fold, and this upcoming season we’re […]

Amityville: The Awakening To Be Released For Free

by Peter Paltridgeon September 22, 2017
Earlier in the year we reported on Amityville: The Awakening, the latest in a long, long, LONG-running series of films about a specific haunted house — a film that was supposedly so bad that its parent company refused to release it in the US. Originally scheduled for the big screen on April 15, 2016. It […]

Justice League Private Showing Gets “Epic” Reviews

by Todd Blackon September 21, 2017
While its true that the fate of the DCEU rested on Wonder Woman’s shoulders when it came out in June (and it blew away critics and box office expectations), the DCEU still isn’t out of the woods yet. Their next film is arguably the most risky of them all in Justice League. Fans are worried because […]

New Mutants Won’t Be Like Other X-Men Films

by Todd Blackon September 20, 2017
The X-Men franchise is actually something very broad and diverse. While it may seem like just a bunch of movies about kids and adults with superpowers in a world that hates them, it’s a little more complex than that. And say what you will about recent successes and failures, but Fox is finally starting to […]

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The First Tomb Raider Trailer Is Here

by Peter Paltridgeon September 20, 2017
It’s finally here, and ain’t it purty: our first two minute-long look at the new Tomb Raider movie. Actress Alicia Vikander has officially inherited the heiress from Angelina Jolie and Warner Bros is bringing us on her first adventure. Those who have played the self-titled reboot from a few years ago will recognize quite a […]

Zack Snyder Not “Checking In” On Justice League

by Todd Blackon September 19, 2017
Love him or hate him, Zack Snyder has been a key part of the DCEU, and it’s gotten him praise and criticism. He directed Man of Steel and Batman V Superman, and was directing much of Justice League before a tragedy forced him to step away. After that, legendary director Joss Whedon stepped in to […]

WB To Release Three Hour Cut of Superman: The Movie

by Peter Paltridgeon September 19, 2017
In 1982 ABC broadcast a special three-hour cut of Superman: The Movie over two nights. At 188 minutes, it was almost forty minutes longer than the original, and contained many scenes that have never been seen since. Until now, the only way you could see some of these scenes was if you had a VHS […]

The Flashback Interview: Nichole McAuley

by Johnny Capson September 19, 2017
I first came across Nichole McAuley when I saw she was going to be a guest at The Hollywood Show, a popular autograph convention based in California. Although I didn’t buy her autograph, I was fascinated by reading her biography on the site. With stints as a dancer, a model, a singer, an actress and […]

Matthew Vaughn Is Up For Making Superman Film

by Todd Blackon September 18, 2017
Superman has been a very interesting character in terms of the DCEU. Man Of Steel was by far the highest grossing Superman film ever, and it helped kick off the DCEU in style. However, between that film and Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, not everyone was on board with this “modern Interpretation” of the […]

Are Joker And Harley In Suicide Squad 2?

by Todd Blackon September 18, 2017
There’s a lot of confusion going on with the DCEU, and the people behind the scenes, like the actors, actresses, and directors, aren’t helping matters! Take for example the Suicide Squad situation. We know there’s a sequel, and they finally landed a director. But, there’s no certainty about who’s coming back, or is there? It’s […]

Nightwing Director Praises DCEU Approach Over Marvel Approach

by Todd Blackon September 16, 2017
Though they started about a decade apart, the MCU and DCEU are being compared with every film that comes out, especially in the light of Wonder Woman’s mega praised release. But some are wondering whether comparing them is fair, and to what end they should be compared. For Nightwing director Chris McKay, he thinks the […]


Jamie Lee Curtis Returning To Halloween Franchise

by Peter Paltridgeon September 15, 2017
Soon Jamie Lee Curtis will be returning to the role that made her famous, Laurie Strode in 1978’s Halloween. According to a press release put out today by Blumhouse, Laurie will return to “come to her final confrontation with Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree […]