From Deadpool to Doctor Strange, here’s how I rank the top superhero movies of the year. The post below is a transcription of the video above, minus some extra commentary at the very end. It’s pretty obvious at this point in
Last week on The Pixar Detectives, I filmed Kayla Savage’s journey of Strange art, as she explained the unusual tactics that go into drawing Pixar characters, using Doctor Strange as a model. Turns out, there’s a method to Pixar’s madness.
The finished product is definitely pretty cool, and as always, I highly recommend you watch the show live whenever you can, since we do weekly giveaways and shoutouts. New episodes come every Wednesday at 7pm (Pacific) on Super News’ Facebook page.
Do you have an awesome episode idea for our live show? Or maybe a suggestion for giveaways we can dole out to you all? Let me know in the comments, and be sure to share with your friends if you like the show. This coming week is our 13th episode (which is crazy), and I’m itching to see what happens next.
In case you missed one of our other recent episodes, here’s our Halloween special, where we dressed as Riley and Riley’s Imaginary Boyfriend From Canada (can you guess who I was?) And before that, we had an Election Special, where we debated which Pixar character would be the best president.
Thanks for watching, and I hope we get to see you tonight!
Doctor Strange arrives in theaters this week, but how does it measure up to the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe? You can also read a transcription of this video here. Hope you guys enjoyed my first video for Jon In Theory,
This week on the podcast, the Now Conspiring team reviews The Jungle Book, Disney’s remake of the 1967 animated classic (depending on who you ask). We also talk in length about the Doctor Strange trailer, the future of superheroes in film, and a lot more.
Also, we are now on Facebook! Be sure to check out our new page so you can subscribe and leave feedback whenever your heart desires.
QUESTION OF THE WEEK: Which upcoming Disney live-action remake are you most looking forward to?
Hating everything in sight for no good reason is just the Internet thing to do these days. And that goes double for comic book movies about sorcerers.
Welcome to my second-annual “Year in Film” rankings, where I list out every movie I’ve watched and reviewed in 2016. Last year, I reviewed 87 films (most of them reviewed via the Now Conspiring podcast). But in 2016, I’m putting