I’m stealing ideas again! This one in particular comes from my buddies Paul and Wayne over at The Countdown Podcast where they were challenged to count down their top ten movies from four legendary directors: Quentin Tarantino, Christopher Nolan, Steven Spielberg, and James Cameron. By all means, give that show of theirs a listen and see how their lists came out! The thing is… this … Continue reading Stew’s Top Ten – Battle Of Legendary Directors!
Andrew Morgan from Recent Activity is back to discuss James Gunn’s surprise smash hit for the MCU where he took a D-tier group of characters and made them stars. It would turn out that James is pretty frickin’ good at that.
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The truth is out there. And in comic books, you don’t even have to look that hard; there are aliens EVERYWHERE. Some are heroes. Some are villains. But there is absolutely no lack of interstellar life in Marvel, DC, or the independent comic book arena. So Fox Mulder would be like a pig in… wait, would he be? Or would the ubiquitous nature of extra … Continue reading Top Ten: Comic Alien Races
So to the surprise of no one who is aware that the Stew World Order podcast exists, my absolute favorite genre of movie is “Comic Book”. I have yet to get tired of seeing these amazing properties and ideas that I loved in my most formative years get turned into blockbuster epics with fantastic effects and A-list actors. But a very close second for me … Continue reading Top Ten Horror-Comedies
The original Halloween movie is very sneakily probably the movie I have seen more than any other. It seems weird, but I watched it a lot as a kid, and even as an adult I watch it with some regularity during the Halloween season. So usually at least once more with each passing year. Every fall, the leaves change, the weather gets colder, and I … Continue reading Ranking The Halloween Movies
If I’m not careful, I’m going to trick myself into loving this movie. My inner nihilist kind of looks at what Halloween Ends did (Oh ho ho, I almost said “accomplished”, and that would be a lie), and thinks “Oh my god, this movie just flipped off the whole world, AND I AM HERE FOR IT”. But the problem with that is that it implies … Continue reading Halloween Ends Review
I rather infamously do not like coffee. Even before I cut any relevant amount of caffeine out of my life about 15 years ago, I did not drink coffee. Shit’s gross, guys;I don’t know how you do it. If I did drink coffee, it would 100% have to be one of those versions that has twelve words in the name, at least eight of which … Continue reading Pop-Tart Quest: Mocha Latte
A while back, I looked at some of the best rogues galleries in comics, and I had Spider-Man’s list of nemeses as the second best of them all. But what makes his collection of villains so great? Today, we are going to look at his top ten foes from his history! 10. Electro If Steve Ditko had done nothing else… if he had just shown … Continue reading Top Ten: Spider-Man Villains
James from Geek To Me Radio is here to discuss DC’s first attempt at a Suicide Squad movie… including whether or not we really need to see an Ayer Cut of it!
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Ha, this was probably funnier in my head. “For my 50th article, I’ll review Generation X as a celebration! And then, just two weeks later, I’ll declare that for a weekly article, volume 52 is ALSO a celebration, and then I’ll do Generation X… volume 2! Haha whacky hijnx!” It was an idea that I thought of and got married to when I was too … Continue reading Stew’s Reviews: Generation X by Christina Strain
I made a lot of people mad this month. It’s not my INTENT ever. I just had feelings on movies that really seemed to perturb some others. And that’s fine! I’m the king of “You Like What You Like, And That’s Great!”, so I never mind if people like something I didn’t or vice versa, but I saw a few highly-regarded flicks this month that … Continue reading Stew’s September Movie Log
It’s time to dissect the 2012 film that really solidified the MCU and set it on its path to greatness! Brett from Dissect That Film is here to join Stew and see how The Avengers holds up!
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Chapter 3: Ten Years Ago… The line for entrance into L was so far down the street that Brayden Van Pelt couldn’t quite see where it ended anymore. Not that it mattered to him; most of the wannabes in line for the opening night of Miami’s newest hot spot were never going to get anywhere near inside. They could stand out there all night in … Continue reading The Chosen: Chapter 3
I wasted far too many of my years as a comic book fan complaining that Superman was “boring” or “vanilla”. It honestly wouldn’t be until within the last ten years or so that I would start appreciating who Clark Kent is as a character and look to abandon the whole notion that he was boring because he is too powerful. Superman’s powerset isn’t the defining … Continue reading Top Ten: Superman Stories
We don’t need roads to get to Corto Maltese! But Neil from We Needed Roads is here anyway to discuss the James Gunn take on DC’s Suicide Squad!
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