For Free Comic Book Day I went to West Orange Comics and Games, while there I talked about the Sonic movie trailer (side note 1) and Scott suggested that I review that movie when it comes out. I decided since I was going to see this movie with my nieces and nephew anyways I might as well review it since it’s video game related.
Who's that pokemon?
If you’ve been long craving an adaptation that is true and accurate to its comic book origins, The Batman might be exactly what the doctor ordered. Whether you’re an avid comic book reader, nostalgic for the DC animated universe, or an MCU stan, you will enjoy this film.
The Batman: A True Comic Book Adaptation
Universally enjoyable, true to its origins, and a full-on noir detective story.
In the annals of heavy metal history, where legends are forged in the fires of chaos and guitars scream like vengeful spirits, Metalocalypse: Army of the Doomstar stands as a triumphant crescendo, a swan song that echoes with the roar of a thousand Marshall stacks.
A Deafening Crescendo of Metal Majesty
"Metalocalypse: Army of the Doomstar" is a triumphant animated movie that serves as a brutal and beautiful culmination of the beloved heavy metal series. It features gut-wrenching humor, spot-on parodies of real bands, and an unapologetic embrace of heavy metal's dark allure. The movie is a heart-pounding gauntlet of dangers, a relentless battle of egos, and a quest for salvation through the ultimate song. The animation is a visceral feast for the senses, and the music is a relentless barrage of sonic fury that acts as the heartbeat of the movie. It is a cinematic mosh pit of epic proportions that pays homage to the essence of heavy metal and ensures the Metalocalypse saga goes out with a bang.
Between Bloodline and Judgment I am just lost. These movies just got worse and worse and Dimension just let it happen. Oh my God then I watched Judgment. It popped up on Netflix or one of the other streaming services I use. Deep in my heart I hoped it would be good, but it was so bad.
Hellraiser - Judgment
Detectives Sean and David Carter are on the case to find a gruesome serial killer terrorizing the city. Joining forces with Detective Christine Egerton, they dig deeper into a spiraling maze of horror that may not be of this world.
Robert Rodriguez has given on-screen Sci-Fi a new and advanced reality. His best work since Sin City. Sci-Fi is his strong suit. Bringing the worlds, we read and breathing life into them and creating a new tech world that you experience in theaters.
Alita: Battle Angel
A deactivated female cyborg is revived, but cannot remember anything of her past life and goes on a quest to find out who she is.
After getting through fifty opening credits, the movie begins. With a very unnerving opening scene, this movie is off to a good start.
A couple looking for a house tours a new home development, only to discover they can’t find a way out of the maze of identical houses.