Tag Archives: Superhero
Justice League Dark Review
Guys, I have some BREAKING NEWS… I like to watch things other than horror films! Okay, okay, I don’t need to be so obnoxious about it, but you’d be surprised at how many times I’ve gotten flack for reviewing things other than straight up horror flicks on this site. I’ve probably lost regular readers because of my reviews of No Holds Barred and Son of Batman, but quite frankly, I do this for myself, because it’s fun, and because [...]
Justice League: Attack of the Legion of Doom! Review
The few animated films that I’ve reviewed here at Repulsive Reviews have contained at least some elements that could be considered dark and thriller-like. This time around, however, the animated film I have chosen to review is just pure old fun and is actually rather family friendly. Rick Morales’ Justice League: Attack of the Legion of Doom! brings the DC and LEGO universes together once again in an exciting battle between the Justice League and the newly formed Legion of [...]
Batman vs Robin Review
You guys all know that I need a break from the horror genre once in a while. I’m sure you feel the same way, from time to time. I’ve done it before and I will continue to do so, if not just to give my brain a little break from so much carnage. What better way to do this than with a little comic book animation! Jay Oliva’s Batman vs Robin is just what I needed to break up the [...]
Son of Batman Review
If you’re a fan of the site and you’ve been following my personal reviews, you already know that I not only enjoy horror films, but I also love mythology stories and anything having to do with comic books and superheros. It is this love of superheros that has brought me to review Ethan Spaulding’s new animated film, Son of Batman.
Ra’s al Ghul and his League of Shadows’ stronghold has been breached by a former student, Slade Wilson, who [...]
I’ve been a fan of superheros since before I was a fan of horror. I still have all of my action figures from when I was younger and still have a huge collection of comics, as well. Although Todd Burrows and Christopher Folino’s Sparks is a superhero film, it still has certain elements that any horror fan can appreciate.
Sparks is full of torture, murder, and revenge, which are all things we see in horror films on a daily basis. [...]