Tag Archives: Review

What We Loved About The Amazing Spider-Man 2

The moment in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 that I loved more than any other was actually, for once, an example of Peter using his Spider-powers. I don’t think I felt this way about any of the previous Spider-Man films at …

Review – Captain America: The Winter Soldier Is Ambitious, Surprising, Exciting And Hardly Ever Too Silly

Marvel really are building up a fantastic body of work, bringing out the best in their writers, directors, stars and characters. Keep it up, guys.

Telltale Games’ Walking Dead Is Back For Season 2 And If You Haven’t Played Before, You Should Catch Up

Why I love The Walking Dead video games and think that you will too.

Why The Desolation Of Smaug Is Absolutely Wonderful… And Deeply Dreadful, All At Once

A year from now this film is suddenly going to be a whole lot better than it is now. Well, from one point of view at least.

Misfits Gives Us A “Five Years Later” For Its Final Episode

“Are you telling me the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles never killed some ignorant fucker for dropping litter or shitting in the street?” “No, they didn’t. Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatallo or Raphael would never have done any of those things, they lived …

In Praise Of The Day Of The Doctor And Saving Mr. Banks

What’s so interesting about this week’s big cinema release and tomorrow’s big DVD and Blu-ray?

Our First-Look, Spoiler-Free Mini-Review Of Thor 2: The Dark World

To a very large extent, Thor: The Dark World works rather well indeed.

Bleeding Cool Review – Prince Avalanche

Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch star in David Gordon Green’s hilariously heartbreaking piece on both loneliness and being alone.

Sexy Time Travel Triumphs in Jess Fink’s We Can Fix It!

Jess Fink has been doing strange things with comics for some time now, and her new book released from Top Shelf this May doesn’t disappoint, which is good news for those who want to see her become even more bizarre …

FrightFest Diary Day One – The Dead 2, Curse of Chucky And You’re Next

The latest film from the Ford Brothers, possibly the best Chucky film to-date and a twisty home invasion thriller kick off the festival.

Haunting Melissa – Opening The Doors Of A Transmedia Puzzle

I’m four episodes in at the time of writing, with seven to go. While the broad conventions of horror fiction are present, this is an arresting, platform-specific piece of work so far.

Monsters University Is A Pixar Classic And Swerves The Typical Prequel Pitfalls Brilliantly

If you go into this prequel worried that it might in some way clash with or betray the original film, just a few minutes should put your mind at rest…

Reading Batman #20 Through The Searing Pain

Will Romine writes; Hello Friends! It’s your old pal Will Romine here with a review of Batman #20. I just had LASIK surgery a couple of hours ago and my vision is a little fuzzy, so I’m not sure if …

Am I Cracked? The Devastator #7 – Spies

Louis Falcetti writes; I’ve found that people really respond well when I begin talking about something I like with something I don’t like. Did I say respond well? I meant respond loudly. So it’s with that in mind that I’d …

Oblivion – The Bleeding Cool Review

Tom Cruise stars in a movie that’s set after the end of the world. Is it worth visiting the radioactive ruins of your local cinema to see it? Michael Moran reports.

Reading The Reviews Of Aliens: Colonial Marines Seems To Be The Most Enjoyable Part Of The Game

No one really likes to write a bad review. They’re really rather the product they’d experienced was good, so they could tell you all about it. But there is something rathger delightful in the reading and the writing to really …

Review: Batman #16 – Dancing For Days

Will Romine writes; First of all, today is my birthday. I got a doozy of a gift from my LCS, Batman #16. Now, I will give you all a gift today: my review. If you don’t like it, don’t worry, …

The Bleeding Cool Review – Promised Land

Matt Damon and John Krasinski want you to stop that fracking. Stop it. Now.