Vince Gilligan and AMC may just have another hit on their hands. My excitement wasn’t easily contained when the rumors of this show started making the rounds and it hasn’t disappointed me in the first few episodes. Continue reading
It’s episode 10 of The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews! Back in the very first episode, we took a look at the 2008 blockbuster, The Dark Knight, so in commemoration, we’re going to dip back into the Batman discs with this classic cinematic spin-off of Batman: The Animated Series. Batman: Mask of the Phantasm weaves an action-packed mystery story around Batman, Joker, and a ghostly crime boss killer running amok in Gotham City. We’ll look at the film plus get a little inside info on Batman: The Animated Series, the beloved cartoon show that inspired this film.
The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews is hosted and was created by David Rose of HappyDragonPictures.com.
In this week’s Roundtable, we talk about some huge announcements made by Nintendo, James Spader stepping into the villainous robotic role of Ultron, Studio Ghibli losing their big name filmmaker, a new show by the creator of Cowboy Bebop, and a special discussion about the BioShock Infinite ending!
As always, keep an eye out for DAT PLAYLIST as new parts are added.
I sit down and chat with Rev3’s own Max Scoville about The Comedy Button, raccoons, and Marvel vs Star Wars!
Also keep watching below for BONUS videos where we talk about Maximum Carnage, The Simpsons, and BEES!
This week’s Roundtable goes over a whole new slew of topics including how indie developer Phil Fish erupted on Twitter, Ryan Gosling and Zac Efron auditioning for Star Wars: Episode VII, and a new Batman potentially being cast!
As always, hit up DAT PLAYLIST for all parts as they’re uploaded.
With all the Comic-Con news, there isn’t a shortage of things to talk about. We kick off this week with the Man of Steel sequel starring Batman followed by the Avengers sequel, The Simpsons crossing over with Family Guy, and a new Godzilla movie!
Be sure to check out DAT PLAYLIST for all parts as they’re posted!
I had a great time speaking with Anthony about a number of topics including how he got into cosplay, his movie projects, how he would define The Joker, Reel Butter, and his big move to New York!