Marvel movies have always been about spectacle, and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is no exception.
By all accounts, the 2021 horror flick “Willy’s Wonderland” has a lot going for it.
While it’s difficult to make a horror TV show that genuinely scares the audience, it has always been more difficult to make a show that truly unnerves the viewer. Somehow, the new Disney+ original “WandaVision” manages to perfectly nail the atmosphere of “something’s not quite right.”
With the sheer volume of superhero content available, it’s difficult for a franchise to really stand out from the crowd as something special — yet “The Boys” manages to leave a lasting impression all the same.
Hugh Campbell is perfectly happy living a quiet, unassuming life. He works his boring job, lives with his awkward, deadbeat dad, and, of course, cheers on the superheroes protecting the city. But when his girlfriend dies at the hands of one of those very same “heroes,” Hughie finds himself pulled into a dark web of secrets, corruption and revenge.
Move over Golden Dome, there’s a sparkly new attraction on campus: the Swarovski Crystal Helmet (as well as the Swarovski Mini Crystal Helmet and Swarovski Crystal Football, of course).