Jerome and Brian flash back to a time when Ben Affleck could play a superhero and the world wasn’t seemingly going to end any day. The bottom of the barrel is nearly scraped folks. Enjoy the conversation on Bendevil! Continue reading The Superhero Pantheon: Volume 2, Episode 52: Daredevil (2003)
Sometimes, movies are bad, and there’s a lot to discuss. Then there’s the third turtle movie, which even eight-year-old Jerome knew was bad. Continue reading The Superhero Pantheon: Volume 2, Episode 32: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III
The Reel World presents ‘Ben & Matt’s Marvellous Journey’, a podcast chronicling the Marvel Cinematic Universe from Iron Man to Endgame… and beyond.
With the first three Phases of the MCU firmly in the books and nothing on the horizon until 2020, Ben & Matt close out this volume of the podcast with a look at the distant future, including the 11 projects announced as Comic-Con and more.
Continue reading Ben & Matt’s Marvellous Journey Episode 25: Future of the MCU
Coming off the high of a new MCU movie, Jerome and Brian review a slog of a movie. Is it sloggy enough to end up in the pile of shame? Continue reading The Superhero Pantheon Vol. 2 – Episode 4: Elektra
The Reel World presents a brand new edition to their podcast network: Pitch Please. Each episode Matt Waters and Ben Phillips will present their pitches for future instalments in film and television franchises, starting with the second phase of Marvel’s Netflix shows (Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist and Punisher). Continue reading Pitch Please Episode 1: Marvel/Netflix Phase 2
With Marvel’s The Defenders, almost upon us, Matt Waters is here to catch everyone up on the four individual shows of the Netflix-verse that got us here, acting as a primer for newcomers and a refresher for those with fuzzy memories. Starting with Dardevil. Heavy spoilers, obviously
Continue reading Countdown to The Defenders: Daredevil
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Daredevil was the first show to debut in the promising Marvel/Netflix partnership that already has plans for four more shows. Season 1 of Daredevil has been a critical success, and it has opened up limitless possibilities/expectations for the Marvel Television Universe. Overall, I came to adore the show, and it is probably a lock for my Top Ten of 2015 list. As with any good piece of art, I left it with many questions and thoughts about what it could have done and where it will be going. Here are seven of those questions.
1: Why does Marvel still have a black men problem?
Continue reading Seven Questions After Watching Season 1 of Daredevil