Criticized and praised in equal measure here on CBM. How does Zack Snyder's first violent foray into comic book adaptations hold up? Click for my take..
Is Kenneth Branagh's Thor as good as the other reviews suggest? Or is it all flash no substance? Click for my take.
Widely regarded as one of the best CBMs we have had so far. Does John Favreu and Robert Downey Jr's first foray into super hero territory deserve that accolade? Click for my take..
Yes, it's the Ratner movie! Pretty much despised by comic book fans the world over. But forgetting the fanboy gripes, is X3 really that bad? Click for my take..
DC seem incapable of releasing a bad animated feature. Will this latest Supes adventure break that trend?
Better late than never:) Click for my take on the much hyped, long time coming sequel to the 80s classic...
Taking a break from all things super hero for this one. I caught David Cronenberg's adaptation of the graphic novel by John Wagner and Vince Locke on tv the other night and figured I'd take a trip down memory lane with Viggo Mortenson and his nasty side..
Pretty much universally despised by fanboys the world over. But is Sam Raimi's third(and last) Spidey flick really THAT bad? Click for my take..
I liked the trailer, but still sort of went to see this under duress. So click for a non reader of the books, non fan of the movies take on this penultimate instalment in the hugely popular Harry Potter series. Some spoilers included..
Not exactly a comic book movie I know, but it has spawned a comic series since, and we do like to dabble in horror flicks here at CMB! So how does John Carpenter's seminal slasher hold up after all these years?
Click for my take on the latest DC comic adap starring Bruce Willis and a whole host of other old people. Some mild spoilers ahead..
In the last of my Punisher revisits I'll be looking at the one that started it all. The Mark Goldblatt 80's action flick starring Dolph Lundgren...
Here is the second in my Punisher revisits. Could Lexi Alexander and Ray Stephenson improve on Jonathan Hensleigh and Thomas Jane? Click to find out...
With a new actress in the lead role of Stella, a new director and a much smaller budget, how did this straight to DVD sequel to the impressive 30 Days Of Night hold up?
After the awesome Batman: Under The Red Hood, how does DC's latest animation, which re-teams 2 of its most iconic heroes, hold up?