Earlier this summer, Spider-Man 3 turned 10 years old. It’s really odd to think about that. The third of Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man Trilogy is only 10 years old.
Since the release of this movie, ALL of the Avengers movies have been released – among all the other outlying Marvel movies. DC has now created four movies in their own expanded universe. There have been 7 X-Men movies – including an entire trilogy of Wolverine movies and a completely rebooted X-Men series.
And as of today, Spider-Man himself has been rebooted twice. Continue reading “Spider-Man 3 (2007)”
Holy fishdicks, Batman! This week’s B-Movie Enema feature is, without a doubt, one of the most reviled comic book movies ever. This (along with another fourth movie in its franchise I’ll be talking about later this summer) effectively killed a relatively popular and very profitable Batman franchise.
Since it turns 20 this week, and this is a summer in which I’ll be focusing on those movies celebrating anniversaries, of course I’ll be featuring Batman and Robin. Continue reading “Batman and Robin (1997)”
Woopidee doo! You know that brand new Marvel Studios movie coming out today??? Yeah, Doctor Something or Another?!? I’m going to talk about it today for B-Movie Enema! What exciteme…
Wait. What the shit is this? Doctor Mordrid? I’m fairly certain that isn’t the name of the new Marvel movie. I’m about 99.9% sure the character’s name is Doctor STRANGE. I mean, he looks like Doctor Strange. He’s got that tunic thing and that amulet business. He’s doing magic lightning stuff with his hands. There is a trippy, weird shit thing going on with the universe in there. This is Doctor Strange, right? I mean that’s Benedict Cumberbatch there playing this wizard dude, yeah? No. Wait, that says Jeffrey Combs. Huh. Continue reading “Doctor Mordrid (1992)”
You know… I don’t think the skeevy guy with the folding table and all the medallions and the chest hair with the white DVD boxes with “Captain America Good Action Yeah” written in Sharpie on it was telling the truth when I asked him if this was the new Captain America: Civil War movie I’ve heard so much about lately.
The late 70s really did give it an honest go by trying to adapt comic book heroes in a grown-up way. On TV, you had Wonder Woman and The Incredible Hulk. On the big screen you had none other than Superman just flat out killin’ it. There were some duds like Isis and Shazam, but the successful stuff kinda outshined the bad. Continue reading “Captain America (1979)”
Not long ago, I paid a long overdue visit to the library of Cannon Films by covering the utterly irredeemable crapfest known as King Solomon’s Mines. Now, I am about to make another real bad choice and dive into The Asylum.
Ah yes, the schlock factory, The Asylum. They make their living off of making movies with titles that seem somewhat familiar to dummies who A) don’t know the name of the movie they think they want to see and B) too stupid enough to think the movie they saw a commercial for coming out to the theaters is already on demand or in video stores. Trust me, there are a ton of these dummies out there. I worked at a video store for years and it never ceased to amaze me how often we were asked for a movie that had not even yet come out in theaters to see if we had any copies of it already. Continue reading “Avengers Grimm (2015)”