DCFandome: Rocksteady Studios Joined Will Arnett and the Suicide Squad to Share Details About Their New Game

Lindsay Traves

After submitting her Bachelor’s thesis, “The Metaphysics of Schwarzenegger Movies,” Lindsay decided to focus on writing about her passions; sci-fi, horror, sports, and comic books. She covers movies and games for CGMagazine and you can follow her work on Twitter @smashtraves.

DCFandome: Rocksteady Studios Joined Will Arnett and the Suicide Squad to Share Details About Their New Game

DCFandome: Rocksteady Studios Joined Will Arnett and the Suicide Squad to Share Details About Their New Game

Rocksteady Games came by the DC FanDome to spill some new details about their Suicide Squad video game and share a new trailer for Suicide Squad Kills the Justice League.
DC FanDome: Suicide Squad 2 Panel- Brings the Cast Announcements and Sizzle Reel 2

DC FanDome: Suicide Squad 2 Panel- Brings the Cast Announcements and Sizzle Reel

James Gunn and the cast of Suicide Squad 2 came to DC Fandome to confirm the cast of characters and showcase some BTTS footage
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Fantasia 2020 – PVT CHAT (2020) Review

PVT CHAT is Increasingly relevant as our social lives move to the internet, this tale of the gambler and the cam girl tests what makes a relationship personal
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DC Fandome Panel: Wonder Woman 1984 Bring a New Trailer

Patty Jenkins and the Cast of Wonder Woman 1984 attended the DC Fandome panel to answer fan questions, share new clips and a brand new full trailer.
Fantasia 2020Sleep (Schlaf) (1964) Review 1

Fantasia 2020Sleep (Schlaf) (1964) Review

Sleep (Shlaf) is a beautiful and jarring film that buries themes of inherited trauma underneath the grounds of a haunted hotel.
The Boys Season 2 Trailer: The Crew is Back and Covered with Blood 1

The Boys Season 2 Trailer: The Crew is Back and Covered with Blood

The Boys are back and out for blood in the new trailer for the even meaner second season
Random Acts of Violence (2019) Review 2

Random Acts of Violence (2019) Review

Random Acts of Violence falls flat at trying to embrace larger themes and subvert horror tropes. Without these unrealized stabs at something more, it’s a great scare that looks gorgeous from creative lighting to massacre tableaus.
Random Acts of Violence - Roundtable with Writer/ Director Jay Baruchel 1

Random Acts of Violence – Roundtable with Writer/ Director Jay Baruchel

We sat down to chat with Jay Baruchel about his experience in comics and how his upbringing and ever changing sensibilities created the living document that became the script for his first scary movie.
Paper Mario: The Origami King Review

Paper Mario: The Origami King Review

Paper Mario: The Origami King had to meet the high bar set by the classic adaptations launched to the Nintendo Switch thus far and thankfully It didn’t fold under pressure.
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Relic (2020) Review

For those willing to throw the desire for outright explanations to the wind and dip their toes into atmosphere as a living metaphor for real fears, Relic is a well made haunt that creates a phantom sense of creepy crawlies.


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