Latest Podcast Episodes
The League reviews IRON FIST, and reacts to the JUSTICE LEAGUE and SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING trailers.
The League interviews Mike Armstrong of the NYCC, and talks the VENOM movie, and DCEU moves.
The League discusses Wonder Woman, Iron Fist, Man Of Steel 2, The Batman, and more!
The League analyzes LOGAN, discusses a TRON reboot, and more news headlines.
The League interviews Bill Hunt about the possible unaltered Star Wars trilogy blu-ray set, plus news on THE BATMAN, NIGHTWING, X-FORCE, and more.
The League travels back to 1992 to discuss the comics, TV shows, movies, and video games of the extreme era!
The League reviews the LEGION pilot, plus discusses the latest THE BATMAN rumors, the INFINITY WAR hype video, and more.
The League discusses the big game movie trailers, X-MEN Cinematic Universe news, and more.
The League talks Affleck no longer directing THE BATMAN, plus AQUAMAN, GODZILLA 2, DOCTOR WHO, and more.
LATEST ARTICLES & LISTS
Adam reviews a new series of Star Wars kids books that can be personalized with your child’s name.
Jerrold rips into the awful new BATMAN V SUPERMAN footage.
Bond Super-fan Jerrold Rebber takes issue with the critical lashing of the latest Bond film and crafts an empassioned rebuttal.
New contributor Sammy provides us with a look back at the iconic horror franchise ahead of the ASH VS. EVIL DEAD TV premiere.
Jeff says JJ Abrams and Lucasfilm know exactly what they are doing by leaving Luke off the poster.
Johnny pays tribute to the late horror maestro behind NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET and SCREAM
Jeff thoroughly dissects and debunks some unfair criticisms of the MCU.
Jeff says despite some plot shortcomings, GHOSTBUSTERS is a fun, funny flick worthy of the title.
Aaron says this alien invasion sequel is draggy and devoid of fun and heart.
Johnny says the latest X-installment is merely functional tedium.
Jeff says BATMAN V SUPERMAN is a bleak, ponderous, dour disaster for DC.
Aaron says Pixar finally does something they’ve never accomplished — they let him down.
Unfortunately, SPECTRE is the most disappointing installment of Daniel Craig’s 007 run.
Johnny says Del Toro’s gothic romantic ghost story might be the most gorgeous horror movie of the decade.