The Revenant Honest Trailer

Even though The Revenant took home plenty of awards leading up to the Oscars, and ended up earning a Best Director award for Alejandro G. Inarritu, it was Spotlight that ended up going home with the top prize, and deservedly so (Mad Max: Fury Road would have been a fine recipient as well). Thankfully Leonardo DiCaprio ended up winning Best Actor too, so all is right with the world.

The Revenant is on the way to home video next month, so now’s the perfect time for the Honest Trailer to skewer the movie that is easily described as epic Oscar bait. The movie was specifically given mercy in the Best Picture nominee round-up from Honest Trailers earlier this year, but now they’re not holding back. Check out The Revenant Honest Trailer after the jump. Read More »

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path of a lightsaber

The lightsaber that belonged to both Anakin and Luke Skywalker plays a major role in Star Wars: the Force Awakens, essentially making it one of the Star Wars saga’s most prominent characters. A new video chronicling how it went from point A to point B has arrived online and it’s a surprisingly compelling look at one of cinema’s most iconic items.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens spoilers occur in the first sentence of the next paragraph. Seriously, why haven’t you seen this yet?

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Star Wars Terms

Even though a big chunk of the Star Wars universe was turned into nothing more than glorified fan fiction when Disney bought Lucasfilm and turned the entire Expanded Universe into non-canon Legends, there is still quite a detailed mythology behind the sci-fi saga. What’s interesting is that some of the most iconic details of the Star Wars universe are never actually named in the films.

A new video runs through 23 things in Star Wars that were only seen but never expressly mentioned in the original trilogy. From any mention of Sith to the names of various starships, you just might be surprised to find out how many things you learned about Star Wars outside of the movies. Read More »

Scott Pilgrim Book Differences

When you look at how director Edgar Wright presented Scott Pilgrim vs the World for the big screen, you would think that the film adaptation of Bryan Lee O’Malley‘s graphic novel series would be pretty loyal to the source material. For the most part, that’s true. But since the screenplay by Michael Bacall went into development shortly after the release of the first volume in the book series, there was a time when the books were being released while the screenplay was being written.

Beyond that, since films rarely are able to directly translate a book to the big screen, there are plenty of differences between the Scott Pilgrim vs the World movie and the books that inspired it. Thankfully, a new video essay runs through all the Scott Pilgrim book differences, and you can watch it below. Read More »

The Force Awakens and A New Hope Comparison

It didn’t take long after people saw Star Wars: The Force Awakens for people to start saying that the movie from director J.J. Abrams as essentially a remake of Star Wars: A New Hope, just with some new characters, added story elements and a new score. There’s essentially no argument against that, but it’s up to fans as to whether or not they’re fine with accepting that.

However, if there are any people out there who just don’t see the similarities between The Force Awakens and A New Hope, a side-by-side comparison of both movies has been put together online, and it’s pretty much an undeniable fact that the new movie borrowed a lot from the old. Watch The Force Awakens and A New Hope comparison after the jump. Read More »

Captain America: Civil War - The Road to Civil War

Charles Villanueva of the MCUExchange has edited together a great 7 minute video which chronicles how the films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe thus far have all led up to Captain America: Civil War. So before we see the Marvel superheroes take sides on May 6th 2016, watch The Road To Civil War video, embedded after the jump.
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Daredevil Season 2 Easter Eggs

It’s been one week since the second season of Daredevil debuted on Netflix, so hopefully you’ve binged all the episodes by now and you’re excited for Luke Cage to arrive later this year (check out the teaser that appeared at the end of Daredevil‘s second season right here).

If you haven’t watched Daredevil‘s new episodes yet, we’ll keep any spoilers after the jump, but if you’re looking for some insight into what kind of comic book Easter eggs can be found in the second season, as well as references to other facets of the Marvel cinematic universe, then we have the video for you.

Watch the round-up of Daredevil season 2 Easter eggs below. Read More »

Batman and Superman Honest Trailers

Today Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice hits theaters, leaving you to see the divisive comic book flick for yourself and see what you think of Zack Snyder‘s attempt at bringing the greatest gladiator match in the history of the world to the big screen. But if you don’t have tickets yet, or you’re waiting until the hype dies down a bit, then we have a battle between the Man of Steel and the Dark Knight that you can check out right now.

In honor of the fight between the Son of Krypton and the Bat of Gotham, Honest Trailers has delivered their takes on Tim Burton‘s Batman from 1989 and Richard Donner‘s Superman from 1978, both being the first feature length big screen iterations of their respective comic book characters. Watch the Batman and Superman Honest Trailers below. Read More »

DC Comics Movies Retrospective

Before you head off to see the first nationwide showings of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice tonight, why not revisit all the contemporary DC Comics movies leading up to this point from the past decade? Starting with Batman Begins in 2005 and running all the way through Suicide Squad later this year, this retrospective covers the good (The Dark Knight), the bad (Superman Returns) and the ugly (Green Lantern). Watch the DC Comics movies retrospective after the jump. Read More »