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I consider myself a feminist. And obviously, I strongly oppose violence against women and any fictional depiction belittling violence against women. Despite all of that, I just can't fully agree with Rose McGowan when it comes to her furious online criticism of the X-MEN: APOCALYPSE advertisement.
The phenomenon of bringing a show back years after its cancellation is going strong these days. It's always fun to see a show get a second chance at life, but is it always a good thing? Maybe the best thing to do is leave the shows alone once they've run their course.
Yorgos Lanthimos' THE LOBSTER is a dark comedy exploring the destructive power of social binaries. In the film, the characters live in a world that forces them to find a mate or be turned into an animal. Lanthimos uses his trademark deadpan sense of humor to bring the viewer into this oddball world.
From BATMAN V SUPERMAN to CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR, there have been a lot of divisive superhero team-ups this year turning fans against each other much like the superheroes we love to watch. But what makes the good events work and the bad ones fall apart? Why do we keep coming back to watch our heroes fight?
In the wake of CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR, the Black Panther has taken the world by storm. ComicsVerse delves into the #BlackPantherSoLit and the role of Afrofuturism in T'Challa's Wakanda.
Like many older STEVEN UNIVERSE fans, I over-analyze everything about this Cartoon Network gem (hah!). When it was released around August 2015, I listened to the extended intro roughly two thousand times. I cheered for Garnet’s proclamation of love, I clutched my heart at Pearl’s declaration for Rose, and I smiled for Amethyst, happy for any sense of security she’s …
What makes a good romantic comedy television show? For the recent crop of rom-coms, the best content comes from balancing out the comedy with raw, real emotional moments that are objectively unfunny. Some shows find a great balance, with grounded characters, while some attempt to coast on jokes & tropes.
The internet is buzzing about Disney's Young Han Solo film, and while plenty are hating, there are plenty of reasons to be pumped about the movie. It's sure to be fun, sure to be action-packed, and sure to be a hell of a good time.
FEAR THE WALKING DEAD's mid-season finale is incredibly well done with strong character development, writing, storylines, and acting. Characters become very dangerous as they venture off on their own.
Leaving the cinema after watching X-MEN: APOCALYPSE, probably the first thing I thought to myself was: it’s gonna be really hard to be objective in my review for this film. Whether you’ll find yourself disappointed or blown away by the latest cinematic installment in the X-franchise depends heavily on your expectations going in. Therein lies the reason the film is leaving fans and critics so divided.
DC's LEGENDS OF TOMORROW brings us a season finale full of highs and lows. But was it worth the wait? Find out in our review!
Is it possible to thrill in a thriller anymore? Through the use of the "mundane protagonist," director Jeremy Saulnier manages to subvert common thriller genre tropes and defy audience expectations to bring the suspense back to the thriller.
ComicsVerse's Chris Massari had the pleasure of speaking to Robert Venditti and Liam Sharp at the New York comic Con 2017!
20th Century Fox recently uploaded a DEADPOOL 2 teaser, introducing us to the film's villain, Cable. What exactly should we know about him?