Hello nerds, not gonna lie, while I enjoyed getting to indulge in some Wonder Woman as a Christmas Day treat, the holiday still feels a little hollow without Doctor Who. But HBO and Warner Brothers tried their best to fill our vacant minds with something to celebrate for the holiday. There were things they did right, things they could have done better, and things that I wish I never saw. Below is my spoiler filled opinion of this piece.
Hello Evil Geeks! It’s your friendly neighborhood Undiesofwondy here with a new review. It’s been a while, but sometimes, movies are so amazing that they practically compel you to write something about them. (Occasionally, they’re so terrible that they compel a review too, but this is definitely not the case for this movie.)
Hello again my faithful deadites. My absence can be explained by my temporary petrification in order to wait out this embarrassing period in our world’s history. Sadly one of my wolves licked the stone off of me and I am forced to engage in this world during these dismal times. Luckily there’s still lots of media for me to indulge in while holed up in my lair. And this week I watched something so damn good I just have to share it with you.
This has been a great year for the Harry Potter Universe. While J.K Rowling has said she is “done” with the actual stories about Potter, she has delved in to the world of playwright and screenwriter to experiment in her wonderful world of witches and wizards. The hype surrounding Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them has been building for almost two years now. This story features Eddie Redmayne playing Newt Scamander, the famous author of the textbook by the same name as the title. Those of us true Harry Potter fans already read Rowling’s version of the text book when it came out in paperback way back when, but now there’s a whole story to surround the making of aid textbook. This week I dove back in to the Potterverse head first, and here’s my spoiler filled review of them movie.
Last Thursday night I went to see Suicide Squad (SS). All in all, I liked the film. It passed my all important “How many times did I look at my watch” test with a score of 0. It was fun to watch and most of the characters were interesting. SPOILER ALERT! Although I will try to avoid too many spoilers, there is a chance there could be some minor ones.