Sequelphilia – Final Destination 2

As far as the overall plot of Final Destination 2 goes, it follows the same premise as the original. It’s all about characters who are trying to cheat Death and keep themselves alive. And almost no matter what they do, they will most likely die one way or another. Personally, I find Final Destination 2 to be kind of slow moving, though it does keep up suspense when you’re about to see a death scene with all of the little shots showing different ways that said deaths might happen. .. As a whole, Final Destination 2 is worth a watch.

Sequelphilia – Scream 2

We’ve all got a favorite horror movie, that one movie you watch anytime it’s on TV… But how many people talk about which sequels they really enjoy? Or even the ones they dislike? “Sequelphilia” is going to do just that. I’ll be looking at different horror movie sequels and seeing what exactly makes them good or bad! [We'll start with] Scream 2.

Godzilla, A Review

Godzilla, I have been enjoying you since you were a dude in a rubber suit destroying cardboard cities. So when that first teaser trailer came up and I heard that sound I was prepared to throw my money at a theater. So I was ready to enjoy some monster smashing.
I do not regret this decision in the least.

Amazing Spider-Man 2: Not So Amazing

Spider-man, you’re becoming the Transformers of superhero movies. No matter how awesome your swinging around looks, I need more than ooo shiny and comic book references. Adding more villains does not a plot make.

Captain America – The Winter Soldier Review

[With Captain America: The Winter Soldier] We get a spy filled conspiracy movie with superheroes, high tech gadgets, car chases and assassins. It has fun within the Marvel Universe, and in a way we haven’t seen since The Avengers, brings S.H.I.E.L.D. to the forefront.

DC, Marvel, and The Great Reboot

Marvel may be dominating the theaters and drawing in some talent, but they have a bad habit of dropping the ball part way through a series. But, you can rest assured that, no matter what, they’ll take another crack at it in five to ten years. Whether we want them to or not.