Showing posts from May, 2016


The CW's highest-rated series, The Flash, recently concluded its second season. Now, just in time for the premiere of season three next fall, a home video release has been announced.

The Flash: The Complete Second Season will arrive on DVD and Blu-Ray on September 6th, 2016. In addition to all 23 episodes from the season - plus the second half of the Arrow crossover event - the Blu-Ray release will be packed plenty of bonus features, such as deleted scenes, a gag reel and featurettes.

Check out the full press release (via FlashTVNews), and click HERE to pre-order your copy of The Flash: The Complete Second Season.

BURBANK, CA (May 31, 2016) – Just in time for the third season premiere of the #1 show on The CW, catch (if you can) the release of The Flash: The Complete Second Season as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases the next installment of the series on Blu-ray (including Digital HD) and DVD on September 6, 2016. Fans will be able to watch all 23 electrifying episodes from t…

Yes, Lex Luthor Will (Probably) Return in JUSTICE LEAGUE

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice served as an origin story for Lex Luthor in the DC Extended Universe. So, despite the polarizing reception to the character, expect to see plenty more of him going forward. And now, actor Jesse Eisenberg suggests that we'll be seeing his Lex again very soon.

At MCM London Comic-Con (via Digital Spy), Eisenberg said that he will likely reprise his role as Lex Luthor in Justice League, which began production last month. He's just waiting on that confirmation call. "They just started filming Justice League, so I'm kind of like waiting for my crack at it. I don't know what I'm allowed to say, because I feel like there's probably some drone following me from DC, and if I say anything wrong I get, you know, picked off. But yeah I think so, and I love it, and I love everybody who's in it. You know, it's a really talented group of people."

As for how he wants to develop the Lex character in future DC films, Eisenberg…

Jeremy Irons Calls BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE "Overstuffed" and "Very Muddled"

Film critics have been very negative in their reviews of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Complaints range from the film's pacing to editing to tone to...well, just about everything. Actors from the movie, such as Henry Cavill and Ray Fisher, have defended the film despite the reviews. However, it looks like one cast member agrees with the critics.

Speaking with Daily Mail, Alfred Pennyworth actor Jeremy Irons says that Batman v Superman was "deservedly" torn apart by critics. "I mean it took £800 million, so the kicking didn’t matter but it was sort of overstuffed… It was very muddled."

While Irons wasn't too big on Batman v Superman, he is still on board with future DC films. He will reprise his Alfred role in 2017's Justice League, and he has this to say about how the next movie will be different. "I think the next one will be simpler. The script is certainly a lot smaller, it’s more linear." This goes along with a previous report on Ju…


DC's Legends of Tomorrow, the third television show in The CW's Arrowverse, recently concluded its first season. The show revolves around a group of heroes and villains introduced on both Arrow and The Flash, as they travel through time to defeat Vandal Savage. The team travels to time eras such as the 1950s, 2046 Star City, the Old West and more.

And now, ahead of its second season premiere this fall, season one will be coming to home video. The DVD, Blu-Ray and digital release of DC's Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete First Season will hit stores on August 23rd. Check out the press release below for details on bonus features and more. And click HERE to pre-order your copy.

BURBANK, CA (May 26, 2016) - Control your own fate and catch up with DC's Legends of Tomorrow as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases the complete first season of the epic series on Blu-ray including Digital HD, and DVD, on August 23, 2016. Before the Second Season returns on The CW, fans can wa…

FLASH SPOILER Review: Episode 2x23 - "The Race of His Life"


DC Entertainment Announces Music Compilation, THE MUSIC OF DC COMICS: VOLUME 2

Back in 2010, DC Entertainment released The Music of DC Comics: 75th Anniversary Collection, a compilation of songs from various films, television shows and much more throughout the company's history. Now, DC is releasing a second volume.

The Music of DC Comics: Volume 2will be released on CD and digital download on July 15th. It contains 29 songs from a variety of DC films, television shows, radio shows and more. Everything from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Batman: The Animated Series to Injustice: Gods Among Us and DC's modern television shows. Eleven of these tracks have never been released before.

Check out the track list below, and you can pre-order the album HERE. Do you plan on picking up a copy?

1. The Baby From Krypton Intro (from Superman Radio Show) – Bud Collyer (1940)
2. What Are You Going To Do When You Are Not Saving the World? (from Man of Steel) – Hans Zimmer (2013)

3. Superman Theme (from Ruby-Spears Superman) – John Williams (1988)

Review: ARROW Season Four

[Warning: The Following Contains SPOILERSFrom Season 4 of Arrow.]
Back in 2012, Arrow premiered on The CW with a surprisingly solid first season. It followed that up with an excellent second season, making the show a must-see amongst DC fans. However, the third season was considered a huge disappointment by most, with many criticizing the decision to pursue the Oliver Queen/Felicity Smoak relationship. It doesn't help that it aired the same time as The Flash's debut season, which was acclaimed for its comic book faithfulness and engaging storytelling.

This week, The CW finished airing the fourth season of Arrow. Is it a return to glory for the godfather of the DC-TV Multiverse, or does it continue to descend to new depths of mediocrity?

Overall, I would put Arrow season four on the same level as season three. Both seasons have some great episodes, consisting of intensity, strong action sequences. However, there are also some mediocre episodes, and when it comes to storytelling…