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Film News: A ‘Joker’ Sequel? Are You Kidding Me?

Nowadays, if a film does well it seems within two minutes there’s a sequel announced. This year’s psychological supervillain drama Joker has not been spared this increasingly commonplace studio bullshit. Earlier this week The Hollywood Reporter published a story stating that the original director, Todd Phillips, was in talks to return for a second Joker […]Read More

Film News: Birds of Prey Poster Released

Harley Quinn is back and making sure everyone knows that this time, it’s all about her. Suicide Squad (2016) had few success stories, and as one of four returning characters for James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad (2021), Harley has been given the reins for her first semi-solo film. Whilst the title Birds of Prey (2020) […]Read More

Film News: Cast Announced for “The Suicide Squad”

Hot on the trail of the first Bird of Prey (2020) trailer comes a first peak at James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad (2021) cast, announced on Saturday. Much to the excitement of fans, this new film seems to exist in a grey area of both sequel and reboot, hopefully washing away the bad taste left […]Read More

Film News: ‘Joker’ wins the Golden Lion at the Venice

Todd Phillips’ contribution to the DC canon, Joker, has just scooped the top award at the Venice Film Festival, beating out tough competition from the likes of Ad Astra and Marriage Story. Having been praised by critics for transgressing the tropes that one may expect from a comic book movie, Joker sees Joaquin Phoenix star […]Read More

Suicide Squad: Does DC face too much Criticism?

Suicide Squad is the most recent of Warner Bros./DC films to be roasted by critics, Man of Steel released in 2013 faced mixed reviews. But Zack Snyder’s second foray Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad both have under 30% on Rotten Tomatoes as of now. Lower than Tommy Wiseau’s The Room and the infamous Green Lantern. Leading some people […]Read More

TV Review: Legends of Tomorrow // Episodes 7 – 9

Episode 7 – Marooned: After the impressive episode that was Star City 2046, expectations are high for the next instalment of Legends of Tomorrow. Unfortunately, this episode begins on a melancholy note, and the action is slow to start. When the Legend’s plans go awry thanks to some dubious time pirates, Palmer is left in charge of […]Read More

TV Review: Legends of Tomorrow // Episodes 4 – 6

Episode 4 – White Knights: In this episode, Rip presents the Legends with a formidable task; break and enter in to the Pentagon. Tensions are running high between the team as the mission goes slightly awry, but it’s not long before the group land themselves in Soviet Russia as they continue their search for Savage. […]Read More

TV Review: Legends of Tomorrow // Episodes 1 – 3

DC Comics, partnered with America’s CW network, have been hugely successful with their current TV series Arrow and The Flash; the two shows recently resumed their 4th and 2nd series respectively, after a short break over the Christmas holidays. The two shows are extremely clever in the sense that they run alongside each other, with the occasional merging of plots. Now, the series are fully integrated […]Read More

Game Review: Batman: Arkham Knight

Concluding Rocksteady’s trilogy, Batman: Arkham Knight is a fitting end to the collection, though perhaps it goes out with more of a whimper than a bang. Storyline: Often relating back to the events of Arkham City, this next instalment follows Batman in his continuing mission to rid Gotham of all of its criminals – however this time it is The Scarecrow (and […]Read More

Film News: A DC Update

With the dawning of Comic Con came a new flood of news for DC’s cinematic universe, so here’s our roundup. Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WWzgGyAH6Y&w=750&h=422] This new trailer focuses on the two protagonists of the film in the battle of, as Luthor calls it, “God vs Man”. What this adds to the […]Read More