Static Shock was an animated series that aired from 2000-2004 based on the superhero comic book of the same name. It originally aired on The WB but in 2009 it started airing reruns on the new channel Disney XD. The show is about Virgil Hawkins, a young African American teenager who is being raised by his father (a police officer) and his older sister. Virgil is a smart kid who stays out of trouble, until one day he gets beat up by Francis Stone, a gang leader with fire like hair and way too many muscles.
With the highly anticipated ‘The Batman’ movie resuming filming we have been spoiled with tons of set pictures that fans are taking. Everything from pictures of Robert Pattinson as Bruce Wayne, to videos of Batman perched on top of a building. The latest batch of set photos included tons of posters which gave us some major easter eggs regarding other DC heroes and villains.
Twitter can be full of hate, politics, comedy, news, family, friends, but more importantly… Fish Tanks. As a lover of films and television, my twitter feed is filled with tons of fun accounts dedicated to that subject. Nicknamed, Film Twitter. One of the most bizarre, and intriguing accounts on Film Twitter is, Is There A Fish Tank In That Film? An account that posts a different film that has a fish tank in it, every single day.
Adam Sandler’s latest collaboration with Netflix is a halloween-comedy focused around a very Sandler character named Hubie Dubois. Hubie is the town moron, who goes around with a “Swiss Army Thermos” in order to keep everyone safe. Usually this means just harassing the police about petty misdemeanors made by teenagers. Being constantly abused and bullied, Hubie has all of the makings of a classic Sandler protagonist, right down to the strange silly baby voice.
Thanks to all of the different movies over the years we have seen tons of versions of Bruce Wayne and Batman. We’ve seen the different bat suits, bat-mobiles, and even bat signals. We have seen several different actors play Alfred Pennyworth, Commissioner Gordon, and The Joker. Tons of the The Joker. However, someone that we have not seen a ton of is Robin, The Boy Wonder.
We live in a time where people are being held more accountable for their actions than ever before. Which is an incredible thing, and a big step forward in humanity. But leaves us with a complex issue when the person being held accountable, is an artist.
I have been spending a ton of time locked in my room. With all of this sudden free time on my hands, you would think I would have gotten a ton of articles done. Well you would be wrong. Instead, I decided to start watching Game of Thrones for the first time.
It’s October 1st, which means that it is officially Halloween. Right? Every year our resident horror fanatic, Grace Bennett, creates her Halloween-a-thon schedule! Every night of October is paired with a horror or halloween film to really make the most of the spookiest time of the year.
Early this September, the trailer for Blumhouse’s new horror feature, FREAKY, appeared on the internet featuring Vince Vaughn as a killer that trades bodies with a high school nobody. Vaughn seems to be taking on a Jack Black Jumanji-type role, in which he is tasked with playing a high school girl trapped inside of a grown man’s body.
Cavill plays Holmes as very soft-spoken and kind. You can feel the lack of emotion and empathy that is famous of the character, but instead of being a sociopath, he just comes across as a man who focuses on facts rather than emotion.
I’m not the only one who has noticed this right? Pattinson has been in every trailer, every movie, and every tweet I have seen over the past few months. And I am not complaining.
While watching the film, you completely forget all about the fact that these are your favorite actors. They no longer were Spider-Man, Pennywise the Clown, and Edward. They became Arvin Russel, Willard Russel, and the despicable Reverend Preston.
If you over hear someone talking about 21 Jump Street now a days, you would assume that they were talking about the action comedy film starring Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill. And while we here at Exciting Incident enjoy that movie, as well as the sequel 22 Jump Street, we want to highlight the source material.
You may know Matthew Lillard as Shaggy or as Stu from Scream. Regardless of how you know him, Hollywood has not given him the credit he deserves as an extremely talented and versatile actor. With over 150 acting and voice over credits throughout his thirty year career, he has put out some astonishing performances.
What have I been personally watching and doing this week? I’m glad you asked.
DC Universe is a must have for anyone who is a die hard DC comics fan, or even someone looking to get into it. Let’s talk about some of the really awesome things that have made DC Universe my favorite subscription every month.
On September 4th, 2020 Amazon Prime original series The Boys Season 2 debuted its much anticipated first episode. When they did, fans were shocked to see that only the first episode was available to watch. Why is this such a big deal to the audience? Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of Binging vs Episodic shows in 2020.
For many fans of Disney’s all-star attraction, The Haunted Mansion, the 2003 Eddie Murphy film incites anger rather than pleasure. Rotten Tomatoes grants the movie a sad one-star rating, and many die-hard fans of the theme park attraction would agree with the masses’ reaction to the film. However, these fans are no longer stuck with this movie adaptation, and will once again hear these exciting words on the big screen: “Welcome, Foolish Mortals. . .
The World’s Greatest Detective has shown up 52 times on the small or big screen over the past 120 years. Let’s take a look at the history of Sherlock Holmes in film and television.
Written by: Trey Stewart All throughout the 1990s, Michael Jordan blossomed into a world-renowned superstar, becoming the savior for not only the Chicago Bulls, but for the entire sport of basketball. More than twenty years later, the COVID-19 pandemic provided Jordan the opportunity to this time save not just basketball, but the vast landscape of … Continue reading ‘The Last Dance’ Review
Written by chase bridges Yes I know, I know. How irresponsible to go to the movies during a pandemic. But for my birthday I went to the recently re-opened small theatre near my home town. (Equipped with my mask.) They were showing a few older movies that would draw the attention of any movie goers. … Continue reading Theatres Are Opening Back Up – Here’s What’s Different
We live in a constant state of “Have you heard of the new _____ movie coming out?” It seems like sequels are running rampant in Hollywood, even for movies which originally came out decades ago. Everyone has come to the general consensus that we’re tired of reboots and sequels, but yet keep going to see them. So as long as these giant movie franchises are continuing, lets ask the question on everyones minds. How many sequels can a series really have?
Written by Chase Bridges DC Fandome took place August 22nd and it surpassed the expectations of even the biggest DC fans. Out of all of the panels that took place promoting and announcing upcoming DC films, television, and comics; the one that took the internet by storm was The Batman panel featuring the director Matt … Continue reading First Look of The Batman
Written by Chase Bridges Ever since the original inception of GI-Joe in 1963, countless of generations have been fans. If you were a big fan of the action figures, the comics, the 80’s cartoons, or even the early 2000’s film GI-Joe The Rise of Cobra, then you know just how influential these characters have been. … Continue reading GI-Joe | What Fortnite Could Be
Written By: Chase Bridges In the year 2020, Disney is one of the largest media companies on the planet. Their acquisition of FOX in 2019 was the latest in a shopping spree of many companies and film rights. Such as their purchase of Lucas Film which gained them the entire Star Wars franchise, and Marvel … Continue reading Disney was Built by the Public Domain
Written By: Chase Bridges With films such as Grease and Hairspray hitting pop culture hard in the 80’s, it was about time that someone came in to make fun of it all. The art of parody has been mastered by many in the world of cinema over the years, most notably by big names like … Continue reading Cry-Baby | The Underrated Masterpiece of 1990
Can’t find what you’re looking for? Use the search form to search the site.
Get new content delivered directly to your inbox.