The following article contains a spoiler of the major plot point of this movie. If you have not seen it and don’t want to be spoiled, please read no further. It seems like it has been forever since the cliffhanger at the end of Avengers: Infinity War. Now we have
“In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit” might be my favorite introductory line for a novel. It’s simple and direct, but still has enough information to spark your curiosity. What is a hobbit? And what sort of “hole” do they live in? (A very comfortable and cozy
“This is not going to go the way you think…” Remember that line from “The Last Jedi” trailer? Marvel fans were wise to keep those same words of warning in mind as they walked into the theater for “Avengers: Endgame.” The culmination of approximately 10 years and 20 films, “Endgame”
A year ago, half of all life in the universe has been snapped away by Thanos in the Avengers Infinity War. One year later, we follow up with Avengers Endgame. Does this movie live up to our expectations? Does Endgame stick the landing? Where does the MCU go from here?
Now that I’m finally recovered/unpacked from Star Wars Celebration (well, mostly), it’s time to dive into that Episode IX teaser trailer! There’s a lot to speculate about in the new two-minute trailer, especially now that we also have an official title: “The Rise of Skywalker.” Before we get started, this
At long last, The Monster is able to speak his mind about the latest DC movie Shazam. Joining me on this podcast is Mr. Gene. Did we like it or hate it? Is Brie Larson ever going to be than just friends with The Monster?
I have to confess, when I first saw the trailer for the new DC superhero film Shazam!, it didn’t really grab me. I wasn’t sure what to think of the concept or the costume, and I feared the final product might be too cheesy. I wasn’t necessarily looking forward to watching
The long-awaited Captain Marvel has arrived at C53. Does Captain Marvel deliver the MCU goods? Is this Marvel’s answer to DC’s Wonder Woman? What special connection does The Monster have with Brie Larson?
The stars were aligned and the odds were forever in my favor. I was able to see DC’s Shazam two weeks early. This does indicate a good sign for this movie as well as for DC. Is this another hit for DC?
In the coming days and weeks, I’m sure there will be plenty of articles addressing the impact of “Captain Marvel,” from the movie’s massive $150 million opening weekend, to the implications this character will have on the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe (if anyone has a shot at taking out Thanos,
At long last, Episode 200 of The Monster Scifi Show Podcast has arrived. For this special podcast, Mr. Gene and I give our special commentary for Scott Pilgrim vs. The World. While I did not like this Edgar Wright movie, Mr. Gene took the lead for this podcast to change
I wasn’t really sure what to expect from “Alita: Battle Angel.” I remember seeing a trailer for it all the way back when I watched “The Last Jedi” in theaters in December 2017, so I’m assuming somewhere along the line it got delayed or pushed back. The film was finally