Author: Mark Salcido

Senior Editor, Writer   Lifelong film fanatic, Mark Salcido was discovered frozen in carbonite by C.H.U.Ds. He was released to the surface level to spread his rants and opinions on anything of film and digital. Batman calls him for advice.

Airline traveling. There are so many factors that come along with making a safe and enjoyable journey. Not just for the passenger, but also for the staff and crew. In a story reported today by Gizmodo, this flight travel is just ridiculous. Freelance e-sport reporter Amanda Stevens was en route to report at the Chicago League of Legends quarterfinals when Stevens was asked to remove their hat and shirt because it made the pilot “uncomfortable”. It must’ve been something horribly offensive, right? Nope. It was a baseball cap with Marvel’s Black Panther printed on it and an ASAP ROCKY…

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Ben Affleck has been on a tear the past couple of years. He’s taken a break from directing and gone back into the field of acting- a field that some say he should’ve left years ago. He’s jumping on that late Average-man-who’s-really-a-bad-ass-train, and has decided to continue with the action world that he’s dipped his toe in past roles. Can he do it without being behind the camera or with a cowl? Let’s find out. The premise is interesting off the bat. An accountant who “cooks the books” for dangerous criminal organizations, with high functioning autism, that has a secret life as a…

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Hugh Jackman took to his twitter account today to give us another taste of what’s to come for everyone’s favorite member of The X-Men. The tweet marketing promotion shows a picture of Wolverine’s hand with his claws unsheathe like so many times we’ve seen in previous film past promotion. But this time, Wolverine seems to be holding the hand of a little kid and the date “March 3″: Who does the little hand belong to? Many have been speculating that this last Wolverine film will feature the X-Men comic book character X-23. With a set picture going around of Wolverine…

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Earlier this week, Lionsgate and Saban released the official movie posters of their upcoming Power Rangers film. To keep the excitement for the new film going, they have announced that the voice of their most trusted well known and lovable ally of the Power Rangers has been found. Saturday Night Live Alumni Bill Hader has been cast to voice the Robot Alpha 5. You might be thinking, “Why him?” Well folks, Hader is perfect for the role. Not only because of his skill level of comedy  – but that he has had a long history of voice work such as South…

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Todd Phillips has been making bro level comedy for quite some time. They can be hits like Road Trip, Old School, and The Hangover and they can be misses like School for Scoundrels, The Hangover Part II, and The Hangover Part III. In War Dogs, Phillips still works in the realm of the bro comedy but tries it out on a grander scale with a larger budget. Did it work in his favor? Well, let’s find out. This comedy/drama follows David Packouz (Teller) and Efraim Diveroli (Hill) as young arms dealers in the Bush/Cheney era that start to make a…

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With the split reaction among fans and critics for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Warner Bros. and DC are betting a lot on their next DCEU film with Suicide Squad. The film is set out as a contender to Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy with hopes to reestablish the trust with their fans and to show that DC films is a force to be reckoned with. At this year’s San Diego Comic Con, many people were thrilled to see the trailer for Wonder Woman and a little bit of footage from Justice League that showed Warner Bros. Pictures might…

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Still suffering from a Comic Con hangover? Well, let us remind you of all the trailers that came out over the week and the weekend. There are a few independent films, action, horror, and documentaries, but we filled ‘This Week in Trailers’ to the brim with Comic book films and TV shows galore. You might want to plant yourself down; it’s going to be a long one. The Edge of Seventeen https://youtu.be/_D8LiwkhP-w The story follows a teenage girl, Nadine (Steinfeld), who has written a suicide note. Her teacher played by Woody Harrelson, gets a hold of the note which he…

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So it’s been about 11 years since we’ve had Jason Bourne grace our movie screens with enough espionage and action to give any fan of the spy genre a big o’stiffy. The studios tried out Jeremy Renner to continue the franchise and we all know how that turned out. Well, Paul Greengrass and Matt Damon decided to come back to the action fold that made them both household names in hopes to bring the legacy of Jason Bourne back to the glory days it once was. Was it worth it? Let’s talk about that. The story starts off with Bourne…

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The man behind shows like Ray Donovan and Southland, Cheo Hodari Coker, was not afraid to speak his mind to Entertainment Weekly about the importance of Luke Cage in today’s world. Netflix’s Luke Cage has a strong sense of relevance with our current state of racial tension between the African American community and police in the US in connection with the shootings in St. Paul, Minnesota, Baton Rouge Louisiana, and the sniper ambush in Dallas, Texas. Coker told Entertainment Weekly: There’s never been a time in history where having a bulletproof black man, in terms of just looking at how…

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We took some time off but the trailers haven’t stopped. A different type of musical, an animated film voiced with Liam Neeson, a fight for love, kickboxing, and a few other trailers you might like to see. Sit back and enjoy the previews: A Monster Calls I got from this trailer a powerful sense of someone trying to make a statement. It presented itself as a movie about a boy named Conor O’Malley (MacDougal) who is about to lose his mother to terminal cancer, only to find himself in an even worse situation. No one understands him and he is…

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