Spider-Man: No Way Home is hitting theatres this week. This will be Peter Parker’s sixth appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it’s also the 9th stand-alone Spider-Man movie since Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man debuted in 2002. Now seems like a perfect time to catch up with your favourite web-head, so here’s where you can buy, rent, or stream all the stand-alone Spider-Man movies.Continue reading “Home Video: All the Spider-Man Movies and where to Buy, Rent, or Stream them”
Were you left wondering why Sony cast big name actor Chris Cooper as Norman Osborn and then only had him show up for one scene in one shitty movie? Wonder no more!
I’ll give you a full review after the jump but let me take a moment right now to just give it to you straight: this movie is fucking awful and you shouldn’t see it. In fact I think it might be best if as few people as possible see it because if it doesn’t live up to Sony’s expectations then maybe we’ll be spared more of this crap.
The following review will contain some minor spoilers but you shouldn’t see this movie so it doesn’t matter.
Those of you who have been craving a blue, veiny bust of Jamie Foxx will finally get what you’ve been waiting for: A blue, veiny bust of Jamie Foxx.
We finally get a good look at Green Goblin as played by Dane DeHaan in the upcoming _Amazing Spider-Man 2_. It isn’t pretty, but I kind of like it.
There’s been about a million trailers for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 which I haven’t posted because, well, there’s been about a million of them. This one purports to be the last one they’re releasing though, and does appear to have all the interesting tidbits from the rest of the marketing. Let’s watch!
Sony doesn’t have many big franchises but the one they do have has made a lot of money to date. Naturally that means they gotta start milking that cow dry.
Here’s a new Amazing Spider-Man trailer debuted today featuring all the villains. Well, Electro and then also some brief shots of Goblin and Rhino.
Alright folks it’s finally here: A trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2. This is where I’d normally just sigh and say let’s watch but this time around I have to point out that you should maybe not watch this because while it doesn’t really have much in the way of plot details I (and half the internet it seems) are pretty sure that it spoils the end credits scene of the movie (yeah, wtf is that) and at the very least some set up for the already green lit Amazing Spider-Man 3 and 4. Ugh.
Ok, let’s watch.
In case you weren’t sure just how much money The Amazing Spider-Man made for Sony, they’ve just confirmed that it was indeed _all_ the money by announcing both a third and fourth film in the franchise set for 2016 and 2018 respectively.
Full release and more after the jump.