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Author: Mario-Francisco Robles

EL FANBOY PODCAST Comes To The Splash Report: Kellvin, Da7e, MFR, & More!

Since parting ways with a certain former site that shall not be named, several of us refugees landed in greener pastures. Kellvin Chavez is the Editor-in-Chief of The Splash Report, Da7e continues to dazzle people with editorials here on Splash, but he’s also the co-host of phenomenal podcasts like A Storm of Spoilers and Fighting In The War Room. Meanwhile I, Mario-Francisco Robles, have become a freelance writer for sites that include The Splash Report and IGN. Something I used to do over at…that other place…was host a podcast. We were called Los Fanboys. Mere hours after my run at that other...

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POWER RANGERS Review: Dean Israelite Has Delivered A Fun, Dumb Treat For Longtime Fans

These new Power Rangers have practically everything you’d want from them, but the movie they’re in holds itself back from being truly great. Something will strike you right away when you sit down to watch Dean Israelite’s Power Rangers: Wow, we’re in a rush! Yes, the movie begins in a hot ass hurry to get all of the core characters introduced, reveal the rough sketches of their archetypes, and plant the seeds for what their dynamic together is like. The first 15 or so minutes of Power Rangers is essentially a sprint towards the real meat and potatoes of what the film...

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It would appear that Warner Bros. looked at their Matrix property and said, “We’ll have what Marvel’s having.” We’ve got the scoop! When the news broke last week that Warner Bros. was looking to relaunch The Matrix, everyone and their mother had an opinion about it. While our Editor-in-Chief, Kellvin Chavez, first revealed that The WB was trying to kickstart the Matrix series back in February of 2015, the confirmation of that scoop by The Hollywood Reporter got everybody buzzing now in 2017. A lot of the chatter centered around THR referring to the film as a “reboot,” a phrase that implies that the studio...

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KONG: SKULL ISLAND Review: MFR Says The WB Has Delivered A Surprisingly Thoughtful Thrill Ride

KONG: SKULL ISLAND brings much-needed fun and levity to Legendary’s budding Monster Universe, while also having way more heart than 2014’s GODZILLA In Kong: Skull Island we get a fresh new take on an iconic classic. The film isn’t a remake of the original King Kong, but rather a reinvention of the Kong lore. There’s no creepy romantic subplot between the giant ape and a human woman; There’s no Empire State Building; There’s no “It was Beauty killed the Beast” contemplative melodrama. Kong: Skull Island is a pulse-pounding thrill ride that puts Kong front-and-center as a ferocious King defending his kingdom from...

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