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Review: The Suicide Squad

August 9, 2021

James Gunn crosses the aisle to DC and brings the same sense of humor and heart he brought to Guardians of the Galaxy (and lots of ridiculous violence) for the excellent The Suicide Squad, which fixes everything about the mediocre first Suicide Squad movie by creating a better plot and more interesting and fun characters.

Admit One 8/6/21

August 6, 2021

The Suicide Squad arrives in theaters and on HBO Max to rapturous reviews along with Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Vivo on Netflix and Annette and John and the Hole in limited release.

Bloodsport Gets Recruited in the new Suicide Squad Trailer

June 22, 2021

Bloodsport is recruited by Amanda Waller and joins old and new members of Task Force X on a mission to assault a former Nazi prison and laboratory in the South American country of Corto Maltese where an evil group is working on something called “Project Starfish” in James Gunn’s upcoming Suicide Squad.

Action Hero of the Week: Jimmy Conlon

February 17, 2021

To protect his son, former Irish mob hitman Jimmy Conlon is forced to kill the son of his former boss, which puts himself and his son into the crosshairs of corrupt cops, mob hitmen, and more as they attempt to stay one step ahead in New York City.

DC Fandome Trailer Round Up

August 23, 2020

In case you somehow missed it yesterday, here’s everything that DC/WB revealed during their day-long online fan fest, DC Fandome, including the first trailer for The Batman, a behind the scenes look at The Suicide Squad, a new Wonder Woman 1984 trailer, the new game from Rocksteady, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, and more.

Netflix Gets Cyberpunk in 2018 with Altered Carbon (Trailer)

December 4, 2017

Based on the novel by Richard Morgan, Altered Carbon is a cyberpunk mystery where society learned centuries ago how to transfer the mind into a new body, making death a thing of the past. An imprisoned soldier, Takeshi Kovacs, is released into a new body after hundreds of years “on ice” to solve the murder of a rich aristocrat.