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Yearly Archives: 2016

Assassin’s Creed Movie Review

When it was first announced, there was actually a lot of hype and hope behind Assassin’s Creed. After two decades of Hollywood adaptations of video games that range in quality from “so bad it’s good” on the high end, and some of the worst movies

Today is my 27th Birthday

Well my dear readers, its that time of year again. Today is my birthday, my 27th birthday to be specific. Much like last year, I’m spending the day quietly – if there is one lesson I’ve certainly learned over the past 27 years, it’s that

Rogue One Movie Review

One year after the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, it’s perhaps taken for granted just what a colossal smash success the movie was. Disney took a beloved franchise that George Lucas had all but run into the ground, and in an age where

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Movie Review

Between the clumsy world-building at Pottermore, the lacklustre Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, and the palpable hunger for box office gold from Warner Brothers weren’t big enough clues, then Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them may be the final proof that attempts to

Doctor Strange Movie Review

At this point, I honestly wonder if Marvel Studios is just showing off. In an age when Warner Brothers consistently craps the bed on basic attempts to make movies centered on Superman or Batman, Batman AND Superman, much less anyone else, and Fox may have yet

Interview with Tom King

In terms of things to put on your resume, CIA Agent and writer of Batman both have to be near the top. Tom King has been both. Beginning his career as an intern at Marvel Comics in the 90s, Tom King made the rather unorthodox