HUMMEL Review: Tom and Jerry (2021)

I genuinely thought we were past this phase of cinema… I really wish we were and yet this film just got plopped down in front of us like we haven’t already gone through a dozen variations on his horror show… The “CGI animal hanging out with real actors” genre has never been cool. It wasn’tContinue reading “HUMMEL Review: Tom and Jerry (2021)”

GUG Review: Godzilla vs. Kong

I seem to be on the higher end of critical appraisals for the newest Godzilla film. I’ve enjoyed the entire Monster-Verse so far and I genuinely enjoy classic monster flicks already. Maybe I’m just predisposed to enjoying DUMB monster movies with empty characters and nonsense stories. Then again, I’ve never reviewed the Transformers series andContinue reading “GUG Review: Godzilla vs. Kong”

HUMMEL Review: Judas and the Black Messiah (2021)

The title of Shaka King’s (produced by Ryan Coogler) new film should tell you almost everything you need to know about the moral compass of his new film. In Christianity, Judas has a very specific significance, he was Christ’s traitor who handed him over to the Roman authorizes for a thirty pieces of silver. TheContinue reading “HUMMEL Review: Judas and the Black Messiah (2021)”

GUG Review: Zack Snyder’s Justice League

It’s been a month now since Justice League premiered on HBO Max. I recently offered my thoughts on the film over at Geeks Under Grace! The movie was an enormous undertaking brought together by fans and a director’s desire to see his artistic vision respected! At the same time, it was also a long winded,Continue reading “GUG Review: Zack Snyder’s Justice League”

PODCAST – Jacob Airey Talks the Snyder Cut of Justice League

Our regular comics expert and perennial bomb thrower Jacob Airey once again joined the AntiSocial Network this past week to discuss his thoughts on last week’s release of Justice League on HBO Max. Jacob is a long-time critic of Zack Snyder, whom he considers a hack, but he jumped on the chance to watch theContinue reading “PODCAST – Jacob Airey Talks the Snyder Cut of Justice League”

HUMMEL Review: An American Pickle (2020)

I would never call Seth Rogen a particularly introspective filmmaker or comedian. His output has been particularly low brow, broad and on the nose. He traffics mostly in jokes about drugs and atheism and doesn’t have much to say beyond the most surface level understanding of these topics. That’s not to say his films don’tContinue reading “HUMMEL Review: An American Pickle (2020)”

PARKER Review – Wonder Woman 1984 (With Spoilers)

TLDR: Wonder Woman 1984 is a campy, incoherent mess. If you are really nostalgic for Joel Schumacher’s Batman & Robin, but would prefer a Wonder Woman version of it, this is for you. I wasn’t bored, exactly, but I was doing a lot of cringing and incredulous head shaking as I made it through thisContinue reading “PARKER Review – Wonder Woman 1984 (With Spoilers)”

Christopher Nolan Blasts Warner Brothers and Calls HBO Max the “Worst Streaming Service”

In a series of interviews this week for Entertainment Today and The Hollywood Reporter, Christopher Nolan blasted his studio Warner Brothers for its decision to push all of its 2021 onto HBO Max. “Oh, I mean, disbelief. Especially the way in which they did. There’s such controversy around it, because they didn’t tell anyone. InContinue reading “Christopher Nolan Blasts Warner Brothers and Calls HBO Max the “Worst Streaming Service””

Warner Bros to Premiere “Wonder Woman 1984” on HBO Max – Christmas Day

In one of the least shocking reveals of 2020, Warner Brothers has finally pulled the plug on it’s theatrical released and announced that it will be premiering on Christmas day simultaneously in theaters and on HBO Max. As CNN reports: “The film will be released simultaneously in theaters and on the streaming service in theContinue reading “Warner Bros to Premiere “Wonder Woman 1984” on HBO Max – Christmas Day”