Batman has literally been to both sides of the tonal spectrum: from the goofy Adam West show to the gritty, tortured portrayal by Ben Affleck in Batman Vs Superman and with that being said, I don’t know where this goes. With the tone and music, I couldn’t help thinking of a 70’s exploitation film with Batman. While its a different pace from Batman’s recent animated movies, I cant help but wonder how it’ll turn out. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
Ok, I love Bruce Willis with all my heart, but not even he could save what I saw here. Breach looks like a hodge-podge of the 2005 Doom movie with The Thing and a touch of Aliens . Granted the actors could pull this through but honestly what doesn’t look generic looks cheap and I’m while I hope it’ll be alright, I not holding my breath. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
There are few times in life where I find myself truly speechless not only as a nerd but as a cognitive, sentient human being. The Tom and Jerry trailer froze made the gears of my mind come to a screeching halt. Why does this movie exist? Why are their good actors in this movie? Didn’t we learn from the Smurfs, Rocky and Bullwinkle, the Chipmunks, and the various Looney Tunes movies that perhaps people aren’t too thrilled to see classic cartoon characters mingling around in the real world? Sadly we haven’t learned. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
I’ll be the first to say it, Halloween is pretty much dead for many, even before the pandemic of 2020. Christmas has Santa, Easter has the Bunny, well Halloween has jolly old Michael Myers. Just a small taste of the beloved icon was enough to make me smile. Next year I’m thrilled to watch the Shape return and see him return home…may the gaming gods bring you glory.
The original Witches scared the hell out many kids and I always respected the freaky transformation scenes. While I love Anne Hathaway, I couldn’t help getting a weird snooty Lady Gaga vibe to her character. While I’m not a huge fan of a CGI we see, I’m still kind of weary how this remake will turn out. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
I’ve returned after a hard month and find that Blumhouse has struck again and has resurrected The Craft. I liked the original but admittedly, it hasn’t aged particularly well to me. The trailer looks almost like a remake meant for nowadays but I can’t say I see anything really special. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
Normally I’m not a Sherlock Holmes enthusiast but this movie does look entertaining. The cast is pretty good and I do like Henry Cavil as Sherlock, which sends me back to how I used to picture Sherlock. I like the concept and I think it could be a fun action comedy. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
As a DC fanboy, I can tell you Whedon’s cut made me sad. Here, I see hope. I like that we get way more time to develop Flash and Cyborg; I like Steppenwolf’s updated design and the first appearance of Darkseid. I like Batman being more serious and the first look at Superman in the black suit. I hope there really is a glimpse of Lantern somewhere. I can’t wait to see it, despite the long ass runtime. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
Black Adam is one of my favorite DC anti-heroes/ villains. I was skeptical of Dwayne Johnson as Adam but his narration is pretty badass and feels natural. I love the comic book styling and the intro of the JSA at the end, which opens up a whole new avenue of characters into the DC universe. I can’t wait for a true trailer. May the gaming gods bring you glory.