Dinkar Dwivedi writes about the need for more superhero movies based on original concepts. And attempts to defend Hancock. Gasp.
For many reasons, Cylons are people's favourite part of Battlestar Galactica. They make you question if the ‘bad guys’ really are the bad guys and if the good guys really are all that nice to begin with.
“This isn’t your parents’ Archie.” Variations of this sentence in many different articles have been used to describe Riverdale in the past few months since the show’s premiere, almost as a disclaimer. It doesn’t have very much in common with the classic sweater-vest-with-a-bowtie version of Archie, and by now, we ideally should be seeing that for the blessing that it actually is.
The Doctor will see you now. In the third and final chapter of this series we review the recent return of Doctor Who, with Series 10, and delve into what we can expect from the future (or past, or even present) of this epic franchise. Tell a friend! [Spoilers ahead]
The movie revolves around this hero/sidekick dichotomy which segregates students based on, arguably, a trivial physical component. If you can turn into a 7-foot stone golem, you’re a hero, but if you shape-shift into a guinea pig, you’re a sidekick? Outrageous!
Netflix's BoJack Horseman has spent it's three seasons casually traipsing back and forth across the line that separates the absolutely hilarious and the profoundly sad. The setup sounds like your typical loopy animated show: Will Arnett's BoJack is a former sitcom star trying to recapture his fame. But before you realise it, the show has you deep in a world full of complex characters, massive emotional peaks and valleys, and tons of silly animal puns.