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Wrong Lessons Learned from the Justice League Brouhaha

And while ‘brouhaha’ may be a little melodramatic for a film that’s earned over $570 million at the worldwide box office the story surrounding the development of the movie is far more interesting than the movie itself. 325 more words

Movies

Never Trust A Male Feminist

While it’s certainly possible for anyone of any demographic identity, individual history, or personal character to become an earnest member of any sociopolitical movement of their choosing, one’s authenticity and true motives should be suspected when purportedly supporting a movement that goes against his or her own self-interests. 513 more words

Episode 269: No Justice For All

This week’s episode of the Acid Pop Cult Podcast (recorded a while ago) finds J-Mo’s heart is broken after watching Justice League and seeing glimpses of what the film “could’ve been” had Zack Snyder been around to finish the film. 67 more words

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Top TV Episodes: Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Anyone who knows me knows that I love Buffy the Vampire Slayer more than any other show.  Despite all the issues I have with Joss Whedon, the show has remained my favorite and will continue to be so indefinitely.  1,920 more words

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Cabin in the Woods 2012

If you’re expecting a horror film you’re gonna be sorely disappointed. Cabin in the Woods (Godard, 2012) is film that vehemently defies genre categorization. It borrows the slasher, torture porn aesthetic and through its story uses it to criticise what they think is wrong with horror films. 640 more words

Film Review

"Justice League" (2017)

WARNING: SPOILERS IN THIS REVIEW

Synopsis: Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) recruits a team of superheroes to unite against the earth’s biggest enemy, Steppenwolf.

Review: After the critical disaster of… 452 more words

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Justice League: Epilogue

Well, the Justice League’s soap opera has come to an end and it’s not looking pretty from a financial standpoint.

After three weekends in the U.S. 250 more words

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