There are very few dream match-ups that fans have been clamoring for more that Jason Voorhees vs Michael Myers. While I’m a fan of both characters and their respective franchises, I have never been one for this pairing. While Michael Myers is pretty much the reason there is a slasher genre and Jason Voorhees is […]Read More Michael vs Jason: Evil Emerges review
Whatever your opinion of the DC Films cinematic universe is, you can rest assured when I say that Shazam is an awesome movie…if not something of an anomaly. Shazam tells the story of Billy Batson (Asher Angel), a reckless foster kid in search of his birth mother, becoming imbued with the powers of the wizard […]Read More Shazam review: the real Captain Marvel
Season 1, Episode 5 Shredded and Splintered Air Date: December 18th, 1987 The final episode of the first season pays off pretty much every plot point brought up in the series so far. Shredder and Krang make one final play in their campaign against the Turtles, openly challenging them from their television of all places, […]Read More TMNT Animated: Shredded and Splintered
Over the last three years, Australian-based collectible company, Ikon Collectibles has been slowly (so…slowly) giving us some incredible thirteen inch, resin statues based on the designs found in the iconic 80’s animated series, further proving that shows longevity and inspiration. Well, the good folks over at Ikon have given us our first look at the […]Read More Casey Jones and Shredder statues are available for pre-order
The standalone Joker film, directed by Todd Phillips and starring Joaquin Phoenix, is slated to hit theaters on October 4, 2019, and today we got our first real look at the film with the first teaser trailer. I’ll be honest, I’m not the biggest fan of the character of the Joker. As I’ve gotten older […]Read More Joker teaser trailer hits the right notes
Well this is interesting. Mortal Kombat is just over twenty days away and having played the online beta over the weekend, I can tell you that I am so happy that (arguably) the best fighting game franchise is making a return to home consoles. But of course, this close to release, a small controversy has […]Read More Do clothes really matter in a fight?
Season 1, Episode 4 Hot Rodding Teenagers From Dimension X Air Date: December 17th, 1987 This episode shows Krang throwing down the gauntlet and telling Shredder that he is not going to get an iota of support from him until the build Krang’s new body. Shredder refuses and instead opens a portal to Dimension X […]Read More TMNT Animated: Hot Rodding Teenagers from Dimension X
Season 1, Episode 3 A Thing About Rats Air Date: December 16th, 1987 If the previous episode was jam-packed with brand new characters, this one…well, it’s not. But the audience is introduced to the one and only Baxter Stockman. A hapless inventor who is more concerned with earning an honest living by way of his […]Read More TMNT Animated: A Thing About Rats
I don’t play a lot of NES-era video games. If my action figure collection is any indication, I can’t really afford to start collecting retro video games. But I do have a small collection of NES/SNES games as well as a very worn and dusty Nintendo seated comfortably next to a PS4 Pro. As I […]Read More Friday the 13th on the NES…is it really that bad?
On April 2nd, gamers the world over will be able to download and welcome Ashley J. Williams of the Evil Dead franchise to the world of Dead by Daylight. That’s right friends, the Deadite slayer himself, Ash, will be playable as a survivor in the hit asymmetrical horror game that sees four survivors tasked with […]Read More So I guess character doesn’t matter anymore…