Get POP-Cultured! Comics, Movies, TV, Video Games & more!

Your daily source of all-exclusive pop-culture news, reviews & opinion by eXpertComics    Follow ENR on Facebook Follow ENR on Twitter Follow ENR on Google+

 
Friday, 18 December 2015 18:21
 It is sunrise on December 18th, 2015 as I write this review. I have seen the newest installment of the Star Wars saga twice in the last 6 hours. As of this moment I still find some amount of disbelief at reality, the day I had waited on since the Battle for Endor has come and gone. 32 years from Jedi to Awakens. As is my fortune in this business from time to time I have been given the opportunity to review my passion for you and I take it very seriously – especially in the case of so important a property to geek culture like Star Wars. Read more...
Published in Movie Reviews
Thursday, 18 June 2015 16:29
If you had a wish list that meant you could pick only two things that could make you eternally happy and you could put those two things together in a video game, what would you pick? Traveller’s Tales seems to have been successfully plucking from everyone’s favourites for a number of years now - LEGO meets Star Wars, LEGO meets Indiana Jones, LEGO meets DC superheroes, etc – so it was inevitable that they’d get round to my ultimate choice; LEGO meets Jurassic Park. Read more...
Published in Video Games
Tuesday, 10 June 2014 07:38
d4Often times when our favorite book becomes a movie, the purist is the first to scream foul (usually with good reason). However even the staunchest purist would be hard pressed to be enraged at the anomalies to their creed, when purism fails. Welcome to part two of my series on how strict adherence to a source material can be detrimental to a new piece of art or transcendence of the original. Last week we looked at Blade Runner – the adaptation of Philip K Dick’s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep and how Ridley Scott’s vision for film after all the difficulties and deviation from the source material facilitated Blade Runner to evolve into a grand metaphor never captured in the novella and artistically unto its own something special. So let’s get this monkey smoking…   Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Thursday, 22 May 2014 08:37
zilla 2Godzilla is a property that has meant many different things to different people over the course of sixty years. There have been countless movies, animated series, video games, and merchandise all based on the titular King of the Monsters. In 1998, Roland Emmerich, fresh off of success Independence Day, wanted to try his hand at bringing Godzilla to the big screen. Well, the less said about his ill-fated attempt, the better. Gareth Edwards, who did a warm up film entitled Monsters, teaches Roland Emmerich a thing or two as his version is just what fans have been wanting out of an American made Godzilla film for a very long time. Godzilla follows the titular character as he wrecks havoc from Japan to San Francisco while trying to stop two other malevolent monsters from threatening human existence by repopulating their own species. Meanwhile, a military bomb diffuser (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) tries to get back to his wife (Elizabeth Olsen) and son (Carson Bolde) while trying to help destroy the monsters.   Read more...
Published in Movie Reviews
Show me all new releases

Breaking News

Buy Comics Online on eXpertComics

Sign up For Our Newsletter:
@
Please wait
©2009 - 2017 eXpertComics.com™/eXpertComics.ca/ENR | eXPress News & Reviews/iComic.ca™ | All characters © of their respective ™ owners | Terms