Hey look! It’s episode 15 of the Critapocalypse Podcast I do with that Matt fella over at Cinemageddon. In this episode we review the films Left Behind, The Exterminator and a little known film called Avengers: Age of Ultron (which features a few small spoilers). Other stuff we review include Penny Dreadful Season 2, Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare, Total War Battles: Kingdoms and Mortal Kombat X. Matt also says a bunch of offensive stuff I probably should have edited out. In this week’s episode we’re drinking Oddka, which is a salted caramel popcorn flavoured vodka. So yeah, all sorts of stuff to enjoy. Click the link below for the Soundcloud version which I’ll let you download if you’re nice.
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You know what’s weird? The amount of times characters say the word “weird” in Avengers Age of Ultron. I’m pretty sure everyone gets to say it. Even Ultron. That was weird. Probably one of those Whedonesque things I keep hearing about. Anyway, Avengers: Age of Ultron came out here in the UK today and so I have done my duty unto you and have gone and done seen it. So, some spoilers may be ahead, but nothing too big. I’ll warn you if I’m about to spill something huge. Click the link below and I’ll tell you about how Thor become Lady Thor in the new Avengers film!
I don’t write these Weekend Dumps as often as I used to. Was finding that I was often just resorting to making listicles, which I’m not a fan of. Not because their often just clickbait, but because the name is fucking stupid and I feel unclean for doing them. I’ve been thinking that, from now on, Weekend Dump’s should be primarily either discussion of the craft of film or, possibly more often, a rambling train of thought on some, likely, nerdy nonsense I have been thinking about recently. You may already know which of those this is. Click below to read on! You won’t believe what the fourth paragraphs says…. ugh… think I just vommed.
Watch out, ya’ll ’bout to get shell-shocked… or so the theme tune to this new take on the heroes in a half shell goes. Being shell-shocked is an odd thing to associate with a film based on a kids range of comics, toys and cartoons, but I think, maybe… just maybe, they were going for a play on words there. Because they’re turtles. Turtles have shells. Do you see? DO YOU SEE?! Anyway, this is my review of the new teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film which, for some reason, has only been released in the UK this past week. We’re like a third world country or something now. Click the link below.
In the interest of being transparent I should tell you know that I am quite a fan of the works of James Gunn. Slither is a cult horror classic. Super was my favourite film of 2011 by some margin. I own a signed copy of the screenplay for that film, in fact. His script for the Dawn of the Dead remake helped craft what is probably one of the best examples of a horror remake in recent years. Hell, I even quite liked what he did with Scooby Doo. Some of it anyway. When I saw that he was signed on to direct guardians of the Galaxy I may have cheered a little. So yeah, I may be a bit bias here. That said, the 3 friends I watched the film with and almost all the response online agrees with me on the following opinion: Guardians of the Galaxy may be the best Marvel film so far. Click the link below for my full review.
I never did get around to reviewing the first Kick-Ass film. I would have liked to as it’s quite an interesting film with a surprising amount to comment on despite its quite simplistic nature. It wasn’t art, but it had something. Kick-Ass 2 has a scene where Hit-Girl (Chloe Grace Moretz) makes a rival at school vomit and poop CG fluids. It is one of the most embarrassingly inept and stupid scenes I can remember. Remember that I watched Transformers 4 the other day. The film isn’t all bad though. Click below for that review thing I occasionally do.
Not sure who did that fan art up there but for a fan of the original comic arc that this film shares its title with, that art is geek city. Hats off to the unknown sir. Anyway, X-Men Days of Future Past was released today here in the UK and I got back from seeing it a couple of hours ago. Is it a good film? I reckon so. Click the link below for an actual review.