The thing about Sam Raimi is that he was once a magician.
Over his indelible career, Raimi’s garnered a reputation as a horror director, a Three Stooges-slapstick connoisseur, and the guy who brought Spider-Man to the big screen. He’s got the director origin story of many a renowned filmmaker from Steven Spielberg to J.J. Abrams – grabbing ahold of his parent’s 8mm camera and making movies with family and friends. But there’s another alter-ego hidden in his backstory that I think puts everything into perspective: lil Sam Raimi used to perform magic tricks at kid’s birthday parties.
Raimi might’ve been a Spider-Man dork throughout his childhood, but he was secretly perfect for a Doctor Strange movie one day.
Continue reading “‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ Review – Sam Raimi’s Back, Baby!”
Coming from an admitted X-Men timeline-truther, I dug the Evan Peters fake out.
Entertainment blogs and channels are raging holy hell over WandaVision’s cops and fake outs, and rest assured this is not that place. This is a Ralph Bohner fanpage now. Continue reading “WandaVision – Postmortem”
So that X-Men timeline def ain’t converging on the MCU huh. Continue reading “WandaVision – To Be Concluded”
It seems we have our culprit.
“Who’s doing this to you, Wanda?” Agent Jimmy Woo asked back in ep. 2, and Monica Rambeau came out flying with a response: “It’s all Wanda.”
Or is this what SWORD wants us to think? Continue reading “WandaVision – Something Wicked This Way Comes?”
Do I have any earthly idea what’s going on? And does this bother me one bit? No and NO. Continue reading “I Love WandaVision”