Favorites: Recent First Watches I Adore
Honor meets heroics.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is at a strange crossroads with their films and programming. Yes, it’s been almost three years since the release of Avengers: Endgame, but there surely has to be a different approach to where the universe and future projects go from here. With that being said, it seems that we already have plenty of new characters, worlds, and cultures to explore in the near future. Shang-Chi, while not being completely well-known outside of its…
Nothing to be afraid of.
Grief, and the portrayal of it in film, can be tricky at times, but one of the best genres to dissect it’s complex nature is within horror. The horrific nature of losing a loved one is possibly one of the most terrifying scenarios for most, and that’s why it’s delivered some of the greatest dramatic horror flicks in cinematic history. David Bruckner has had a promising, albeit interesting, start to his horror career. The Ritual…
The mind and world of Jim Henson will always have its impact on film, no matter how often Hollywood wants to strive away from puppetry. The Muppets have always had a special place in my heart growing up, and although it’s been years since I’ve visited some of their classic films, it was only right to experience this in cinemas with my main Muppet lover. The second film in the Muppet cinematic canon, we’re treated to a wacky…
Doing it together.
The day has finally come, the day thousands of DC fans have been begging for for the past three years: the release of Zack Snyder’s Justice League. The original 2017 release was one of the most perplexing misfires in recent blockbuster history, and there was a strong reasoning behind why so many fans wanted the original vision that Snyder had rather than what they were eventually given. No matter how much you like Joss Whedon, there was…