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First Look of DOMINO in DEADPOOL 2

Posted by Mark Bridge On July - 31 - 2017 0 Comment

We finally get a look at what Domino will look like in Deadpool 2.  Ryan Reynolds revealed on is Twitter account, Atlanta star Zazie Beetz as Domino.  Well she doesn’t look exactly like her comicbook counterpart, but I don’t mind the new look.  Although I would have preferred that the spot around her eye be black.  Are  [ Read More ]

Categories: Featured Posts, Movie News

Final Trailer for Wonder Woman

Posted by Mark Bridge On May - 8 - 2017 0 Comment

Fans are heralding Wonder Woman as the savior of the DCEU.  Batman v Supeman and Suicide Squad, although profitable, failed to paint the DC films as a worthy contender to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.  There were doubts about the Wonder Woman film, in particular the World War I setting.  Can a super hero film set  [ Read More ]

Spider-Man: Homecoming Trailer #2

Posted by Mark Bridge On March - 28 - 2017 0 Comment

Marvel will not let DC have all the fun.  The Trailer for Justice League dropped over the weekend, and naturally we fans could not shut up about it.  That is until today when Marvel decided to drop the second trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming.  The new trailer gives us more of what the story will be  [ Read More ]

Kate the Great

Posted by Claire Connors On December - 23 - 2016 0 Comment

  The actress opens up about Underworld (and the workouts she does to fit into that skintight bodysuit), her Oscar-buzz role in Love & Friendship, and how she shut down her Pearl Harbor director Michael Bay when he misbehaved. Kate Beckinsale arrives at the low-key lower Manhattan restaurant, elegantly dressed in a cropped grey sweater  [ Read More ]

Categories: Featured Posts, Interviews

Film Review – Doctor Strange

Posted by Zak Wojnar On October - 27 - 2016 0 Comment
Doctor Strange

“Silence Your Ego, And Your Power Will Rise.” Marvel Studios is back for their fourteenth movie in eight years, this time tackling comics’ most famous practitioner of magic and sorcery, Doctor Strange. After some bumpy pre-release controversy in the form of underwhelming trailers, accusations of whitewashing, and the shift in setting from Tibet (as in  [ Read More ]

Film Review – Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

Posted by Zak Wojnar On October - 22 - 2016 1 Comment
Jack Reacher Poster

“I’m gonna break your arms. I’m gonna break your legs. I’m gonna break your neck. What you hear is excitement.” Jack Reacher, former Army Major, is a drifter, a wandering angel of justice who always stumbles across wrongs, and inevitably breaks as many bones as it takes to make things right. This time, Reacher (Tom  [ Read More ]

Review: Suicide Squad

Posted by Zak Wojnar On August - 4 - 2016 0 Comment

“We’re bad guys; it’s what we do.” To say that the DC Extended Universe got off to a bumpy start is an understatement. Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice were both met with a polarizing reception, with the release of BvS‘s so-called “Ultimate Cut” only fueling the debate even further. There’s  [ Read More ]

Review: Ghostbusters

Posted by Zak Wojnar On July - 10 - 2016 0 Comment

“I don’t go to Chinatown, I don’t drive wackos, and I ain’t afraid of no ghosts.” For a long time, it was impossible for anyone to express their feelings on the Ghostbusters remake leading up to its release. Supporters of the effort to reboot the property were met with criticism by longtime fans who wanted a  [ Read More ]

Review: Captain America: Civil War

Posted by Zak Wojnar On May - 10 - 2016 0 Comment

“Victory at the expense of the innocent is no victory at all.” The Marvel Cinematic Universe is an unprecedented series of stories. Civil War is the thirteenth film in eight years, and it has a quadruple responsibility: it must continue the story of the last Captain America solo film, The Winter Soldier; it must follow up on the  [ Read More ]

Review: Republique (PS4)

Posted by Zak Wojnar On March - 24 - 2016 0 Comment

390-H, or Hope, as she prefers to be called, lives in a totalitarian state, sheltered from the rest of the world. The leader of the colony is worshiped as a God, and he censors the local network, banning and censoring books which he deems unsuitable for his utopia. On the eve of the mysterious “arrival,”  [ Read More ]

Review: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Posted by Zak Wojnar On March - 23 - 2016 0 Comment

“This is my world. You are my world.” I wanted to believe in Batman v Superman. Zack Snyder is a capable director, and Ben Affleck brought in Chris Terrio to rewrite David Goyer’s script. The budget was there, and fans have been waiting for a big-screen showdown between Superman and The Bat for decades. Man  [ Read More ]

Movie Review: Deadpool

Posted by Zak Wojnar On February - 7 - 2016 0 Comment

“Let’s Dance. And by dance, I mean, try to kill each other.” Ryan Reynolds is channeling his inner Vin Diesel. Vin has some kind of magic potion which lets him make whatever movie he wants just by thinking of it. Seven Fast & Furious movies? That’s all Vin. A Riddick sequel nobody expected or even  [ Read More ]

Review – The Hateful Eight (Roadshow Version)

Posted by Zak Wojnar On December - 22 - 2015 0 Comment

“Black Man, White Hell.” 70 Millimeter. Super Panavision. Cinerama. Overture. Intermission. Quentin Tarantino has always made clear his love of old-school cinema viewing, but never has he stepped forward as far as he does for his new film, The Hateful Eight. Unfortunately, this time around, QT’s manifestations of the classic cinema experience come across as  [ Read More ]

Review – Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Posted by Zak Wojnar On December - 16 - 2015 2 Comments

“Luke Skywalker?” “I thought he was a myth.” It’s been a long time coming… Like, a really long time. Star Wars never really disappeared, from the Expanded Universe and the prequels, to The Clone Wars and Rebels, but fans have been waiting for a true cinematic sequel since the credits rolled on 1983’s Return of  [ Read More ]

Spectre – Review

Posted by Zak Wojnar On November - 3 - 2015 1 Comment

“The Dead Are Alive” Bond fans have been awaiting the return of Spectre for over forty years. Since last making their appearance in 1971’s abysmal Diamonds Are Forever (the first genuinely bad outing), Ernst Stavro Blofeld and his cronies were forbidden (for ridiculous legal reasons) from appearing in the 007 film series, leading to rewrites  [ Read More ]

Review – Pan

Posted by Zak Wojnar On October - 9 - 2015 0 Comment

“Home isn’t where you’re from; it’s where you make it.” Pan begins with a CGI starscape and a narration promising that “this isn’t the story you’ve heard before.” This statement is sort-of true. While it’s a prequel featuring the introduction of Peter into Neverland and an unlikely friendship with the future captain, Hook, the story  [ Read More ]

In this episode of PopCulture Galaxy TV, NBC wants the return of Xena: Warrior Princess, Will Smith wants to reboot The Fresh Prince of Belair and Professor X to appear in Wolverine 3. Plus the trailer for Ride Along 2 is online. Enjoy and Subscribe.

Categories: Featured Posts

Fantastic 4 Review – It’s Not Fantastic

Posted by Zak Wojnar On August - 6 - 2015 1 Comment

Prepare to miss these guys I normally never feature any spoilers in my reviews, but seeing how thinly written this film is, some may be unavoidable. So, minor spoiler alert, for those who are wary of such things. — Fantastic 4 (Fant4stic?), Josh Trank’s attempt to leverage the success of his low-budget superhero masterpiece Chronicle  [ Read More ]

In this episode of PopCulture Galaxy TV, I discuss Box Office results, Prometheus 2 to begin shooting in January 2016, Ronda Rausey staring in her own biopic, and Dungeons and Dragons Reboot on the way. Enjoy and Subscribe.

Categories: Featured Posts

Mission: Impossible: Rogue Nation – Review

Posted by Zak Wojnar On August - 3 - 2015 0 Comment

“He is the living embodiment of destiny, and he’s made you his mission.” After four films, not to mention hundreds of episodes of television, the latest Mission: Impossible film, Rogue Nation, is upon us. As an assessment of the franchise and a deconstruction of the philosophies which have driven the Impossible Mission Force since the  [ Read More ]

Galaxy View Episode 64 – M.I.6 is Coming

Posted by Mark Bridge On August - 2 - 2015 0 Comment

Welcome guys to episode 64 of Galaxy View.  Joining me is my co-host with the most, Zak Wojnar.  We discuss Tom Cruise’s revelation that They are working on Mission Impossible 6, Spider-Man’s suit possibly being leaked and other stories from the television side of the MCU. Galaxy View is available at the iTunes Music Store where you can subscribe  [ Read More ]

Categories: Featured Posts, Podcast

Galaxy View Episode 63 – SPECTRE and the MCU

Posted by Mark Bridge On July - 24 - 2015 0 Comment

Welcome guys to episode 63 of Galaxy View.  Joining me is my co-host with the most, Zak Wojnar.  We are back once again to talk about that sweet James Bond trailer for SPECTRE, as well as news on X-Men\Fantastic Four crossover.  We tackle subjects on the MCU and end with our review of Ant Man. Galaxy View  [ Read More ]

Categories: Featured Posts, Podcast

Root For The Little Guy: Ant-Man Review

Posted by Zak Wojnar On July - 16 - 2015 0 Comment

“I want you to break into a place and steal some shit.” After some well-documented behind-the-scenes drama and well over a decade in development, Ant-Man is finally upon us, with Peyton Reed filling the large and quirky shoes of Edgar Wright, who died tragically before filming began… At least, I think that’s what happened, right?  [ Read More ]

Parks and Rex: Jurassic World Review

Posted by Zak Wojnar On June - 10 - 2015 0 Comment

“We need more teeth.” Jurassic Park is one of the seminal action-adventure blockbusters of all time. It ushered in a new era in digital effects, featured some of the greatest monster mayhem ever filmed, and introduced us to Mr. DNA. Even after two polarizing sequels, the love for the brand hasn’t diminished at all, and  [ Read More ]

Review – Entourage

Posted by Zak Wojnar On June - 2 - 2015 0 Comment

“When one vagina closes, another one opens.” In a version of Tinseltown not-too-far removed from real life, Vincent Chase is the Hollywood dreamboat who led Aquaman to box-office glory (good luck, Jason Momoa), suffered the embarrassment of the straight-to-video Medellin, and lived the hard-partying movie-star lifestyle to its fullest. Each season of the show, Entourage,  [ Read More ]