Opinion

5 Reasons Why Black Adam is DC’s Most Misunderstood Anti-Hero

Opening our previous discussion on why Papa Midnite deserves his own solo film, we stated…

Here’s Why Papa Midnite Deserves His Own Solo Film

2016’s Deadpool undoubtedly popularized the anti-hero subgenre. However, it was hardly the first film centered…

Experiencing COVID in Film and Television

“I’m living it! I don’t need to see it on my shows,” I yelled at…

The Good, The Bad, and the Undeath of Spike TV’s Short-Lived ‘Blade’ TV Series

Though the first two Blade films were a massive success, insinuating the future profitability of…

Cult Classics: ‘Blankman’ Helped Create a Space for the Black Superhero

Let’s keep it a buck. When it comes to Black superhero movies, the crop of…

Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson and Where We Go from Here

We were always bound to see the reactions to the confirmation of Justice Ketanji Brown…

Cult Classics: Before Miranda Priestly, There Was Buddy Ackerman in ‘Swimming with Sharks’

“Shut up. Listen. And learn.” The commanding catchphrase uttered by Buddy Ackerman (Kevin Spacey) is…

Cult Classics: ‘Raising Arizona’ Gave us an Epic Prolonged Opening Sequence

When I think of peak Cohen Brothers, the movie that comes to mind is the…

6 Times Lucius Fox was Batman’s Best Kept Secret

Superman might be the strongest superhero in the DC universe (he actually isn’t), but Batman…

Cult Classics: Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘Psycho’ is the Quintessential Slasher Flick

When you think of quintessential slasher films, Psycho is definitely at the top of the…