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A First Impressions Review of Marvel’s ‘Black Panther’ – Spoiler Free

It’s been a long time since I’ve gone into to a movie that was extremely hyped up and walked away completely satisfied with what I saw. Black Panther not only met but also exceeded every bit of that hype. I went in expecting to watch one of the best Marvel movies to date, and that was exactly what I got. This movie was done extremely well and I don’t think I could have asked for much more than what we got.

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Everything We Know About ‘Spawn’ Remake Going Into 2018.

Everything We Know About ‘Spawn’ Remake Going Into 2018.

With a new year, comes a new wave of comic book adaptations thrust upon us, and often things must be set aside, but that doesn’t mean that they need to be forgotten. While preparing for our upcoming podcast on Marvel and DC 2017/2018, we realized that we really wanted to discuss the upcoming ‘Spawn’ reboot being given to us by Todd McFarlane and Blumhouse Productions.  Due to the fact that Spawn being under Image and not exactly applying to the theme, we join you here today with a recount of everything we know about the upcoming ‘Spawn’ movie so far.  While the public knowledge that exists at this time isn’t particularly dense, we do have a few details given by McFarlane himself regarding the creative decisions, facts about the productions state, as well as, our own take on what it all means for the film itself, and the industry as a whole.
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A First Impressions Review of Marvel’s ‘Thor: Ragnarok’.

WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!!!

Although the movie was titled Thor: Ragnarok, I honestly feel like what I’m actually doing right now is writing a review for Guardians of the Galaxy 3. Even before the movie actually released, every preview gave off that same vibe, so it was kind of expected. But there was still something missing from the movie. With Guardians of the Galaxy, we’re walking into a movie that’s more of a comedy than it is an action film. But they still satisfy their audiences with enough action and drama that it isn’t the thing we feel. It’s the working formula Marvel has stuck to since the beginning, but Thor: Ragnarok fell short of that.