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Wednesday, 11 January 2017 15:04
So here we are,  the second part of my year-end spectacular column which gives out phony, non-existent awards to comics and comic related stuff that I myself, as a lifelong lover of such things, deems worthy. It’s The Bleedie Awards! Read more...
Published in Pop Culture
Monday, 28 March 2016 15:38
“The guilt... means your work is not finished.” This is the most poignant line in Daredevil Season 2, as Father Lantom (played brilliantly by Peter McRobbie) once again tries to console Matt Murdock after he fails to save someone’s life as his vigilante alter-ego, Daredevil. This is Lantom’s only appearance in Season 2, but once again, his wisdom indeed helps Matt with his duty as “The Devil of Hell’s Kitchen”. Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Thursday, 25 February 2016 15:08
You want to talk about crazy ex girlfriends? Matt Murdock knows a bit about it! The last trailer focused on Frank Castle a.k.a.The Punisher, and now we have one that focuses on the OTHER problem DD will face in Season 2, Elektra Natchios! Read more...
Published in Breaking News
Wednesday, 27 May 2015 15:26
After Wilson Fisk beat Matt, Foggy, Karen, and Ben to the punch and revealed himself to the New York public in the eighth episode, the foursome is now reeling and dumbfounded on what exactly to do next. However, the episode first starts out with Matt fighting a mysterious leather clad Ninja who might have ties to the mysterious group of ninja's they encountered while he and Stick came to the aid of a little boy. Matt goes to see Father Lantom to wax philosophical on his struggle with his morality and his Catholic beliefs asking him if he believes in "The Devil." Lantom's explanation is a rousing tale that even those who don't follow religion should listen to. Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Tuesday, 21 April 2015 15:49
Welcome. If you haven’t heard Marvel’s Daredevil on NetFlix is a hit, and with good reason. From the mind-blowing pace of the first episode leaving all but a few origin details for later, to the constant flow of notable Daredevil lesser knowns the series is incredible. While I have watched the entire run it is my pleasure to review episodes 05 and 06 for you because they contain so much of what defines the characters and their ultimate motivations. It is in these episodes where bonds are made and the conclusions at series end become poignant. There are more of these series coming, we better get moving. The BurnChimp has given the signal. Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Monday, 20 April 2015 15:18
After months and weeks of set photos, numerous interviews, teaser trailer, and full trailers, Marvel's first television series deal with Netflix is finally upon us and it was very worth the wait. This is everything that fans could have hoped for with it's well rounded characters, dark atmospheric take on a small world within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and great action scenes. After the first two episodes, which establish Hell's Kitchen as a place that needs a hero such as a Man In Black Mask, the third episode introduces us to an assassin named John Healy, who brutally and purposefully crushes the skull of a mob boss, who was a rival to Wilson Fisk. Afterwards, a wealthy man named James Wesley comes to Nelson and Murdock offices with a huge check to represent Healy in his trial. Suspicious of Wesley's intent and his connection to the company Union Allied, Matt agrees to take the case and convinces the jury to acquit Healy of any wrongdoing. Meanwhile, Karen is given a dubious proposition by Union Allied to take hush money in exchange for her silence on any type of malicious or shady activity that she experienced. As Healy goes free, Matt tracks him down and engages in a well-choreographed fight in which Healy almost proves to be a bit much for Matt. However, Matt forces him to give up who he's working for and he reveals Wilson Fisk's name. Fearing for his life, he impales his own head on a big shard of glass. As the episode ends, we are introduced to the aforementioned Wilson Fisk, who is portrayed in a way that fans haven't seen. Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Sunday, 12 April 2015 16:39
*WARNING! This Review contains SPOILERS! You have been warned!*   It’s 2003, and I’m in a theater watching the Daredevil movie directed by Mark Steven Johnson and starring Ben Affleck, his now wife Jennifer Garner and Colin Farrell as Bullseye. These were the first few years of the comic book movie era, and to be honest, I was just happy to have one of the superheroes I grew up adoring. I accepted shoddy wire work, cheesy cartoony lines and just general horrible movies because me back then, a bad comic book movie was fun just for existing. Just for exposing something I grew up loving to the masses. Today, in 2015, things have changed. After such films as Iron Man, The Dark Knight, Guardians of the Galaxy, and so on....we expect more. The bar has been raised. Even now on television with such stellar shows as Walking Dead and The Flash, comic book fans just expect their characters to not only be adapted in a fashion that is faithful to the source material, but done WELL.  And Daredevil, which is now a Netflix exclusive TV series, is the perfect example of the revolution of the comic book adaptation. Quality, in every sense of the word, in every aspect of the production, is key. Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
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