A Spawn Reboot is on the way!

Recently a new Spawn movie was revealed to be in development and as a fan of the character I couldn’t be more excited. However, news that the movie will be a “creep” film instead of a traditional superhero film, in which the titular character is more of the monster that you barely see, is a…

Lets Talk: The Problem with Videogame Movie Adaptations

Name a good videogame movie. Some will point toward Final Fantasy The Spirits Within, others will point to the recently released Tomb Raider starring Alicia Vikander.  The only issue with this is, the new Tomb Raider film is just ok.  It’s a serviceable action film that features some pretty big set pieces, but is ultimately…

Revisiting the Blade Trilogy

It wasn’t all sunshine and rainbows for Marvel in the 80’s and 90’s. Every attempt at adapting one of their properties into a movie or television show failed. They weren’t just bad, they were practically parodies of respected comics. Go ahead and take a gander at the Fantastic Four or Captain America, both were just…

The unusual failure of the DC Extended Universe

Holy shit. It should’ve been easy.  The Dark Knight series literally made it possible to make great DC movies.  The DC comic’s universe is littered with some of the best characters in all of comics.  Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, the Joker, the list can go on for miles and makes you wonder, how do ruin…

Revisiting Sword of the Stranger (2007)

When it comes to anime studios, studio Bones in my mind is one of the most consistent in regards to quality.  Their catalog is filled to the brim with standout work, from the brilliant Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood to My Hero Academia, you can peruse their catalog and find it difficult to find anything that was…

Welcome to the Site

Welcome all! If you’re reading this, welcome to the site.  About two years ago, I had another site known as kendreviews.com.  I stopped writing there because I had to focus on finishing my degree and I was working full time. So what changed? A couple of months ago, a close friend of mine, Chris,  joked about creating our own…