TAKING A STAND: Why We Will Not Be Covering Bryan Singer’s RED SONJA (Or His Future Endeavors)

It’s not everyday that we, the staff of WOBAM! Entertainment, face a moral quandary. But in light of resurfaced allegations against X-Men director Bryan Singer, we feel compelled to draw some necessary lines. Bryan Singer (Superman Returns, Bohemian Rhapsody) currently faces multiple accusations of sexual misconduct against a minor. These are serious accusations that the…Continue Reading “TAKING A STAND: Why We Will Not Be Covering Bryan Singer’s RED SONJA (Or His Future Endeavors)”


All Hail the King! With his first introduction in Captain America: Civil War, The Black Panther quickly gained a mass following as audiences, both comic readers and not, realized the potential influence this character could have on the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as well as Hollywood as a whole. Two years down the road, people have…Continue Reading “REVIEW: BLACK PANTHER”


Topping Sam Raimi’s ‘Spider-Man’ trilogy was always going to be a difficult task (even if Spider-Man 3 was a mess, which it was). Sony nonetheless gave it another go by rebooting the character, this time with Andrew Garfield (The Social Network) portraying Peter Parker and donning the Spidey costume. Sony tapped 500 Days of Summer director…Continue Reading “Review: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2”

FEATURE: Ten Villains Who Should Join The DCEU

1. Catwoman One of Batman’s earliest adversaries and certainly one of his most well known, cat-burglar Selina Kyle/Catwoman is particularly noteworthy for doubling as Bruce Wayne’s most consistent love interest. The character has featured in both previous Batman film series, specifically appearing in Batman Returns (portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer) and The Dark Knight Rises (portrayed by Anne Hathaway)….Continue Reading “FEATURE: Ten Villains Who Should Join The DCEU”


With the future of the DC universe hanging in the balance, many wonder if Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice can pull the weight of being both a good film and a jumping off point for future films. Director Zack Snyder’s epic blockbuster is a continuation of 2013’s Man of Steel, and the end events of…Continue Reading “Review: BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE”


As both a film in & of itself and the finale to The Dark Knight Trilogy, The Dark Knight Rises  is not perfect by any stretch. But thankfully, the movie’s flaws are not enough to hold it back from being a satisfying conclusion to one of the best cinematic sagas of our time. What makes…Continue Reading “Review: THE DARK KNIGHT RISES”

New WONDER WOMAN Promo Image Unveiled

2017’s Wonder Woman is a hotly anticipated film, a given considering it will be the fourth film in ever-expanding DC Extended Universe and will be the first solo film about the title character. Should the film prove a hit, such success could lead to more female-led superhero films, something many would argue the genre needs quite a bit….Continue Reading “New WONDER WOMAN Promo Image Unveiled”


                                                                                                 After successfully reviving the Batman franchise with…Continue Reading “Review: THE DARK KNIGHT”


In 1997, the Batman franchise’s future was left in limbo due to the bomb that is Batman & Robin. Eight years later, Christopher Nolan’s grounded, mature character study/cinematic origin tale of the titular caped crusader, Batman Begins, simultaneously rejuvenated the franchise and set a new bar for the level of depth that comic book adaptations could aspire to. …Continue Reading “Review: BATMAN BEGINS”


Note: This review will be covering the original, theatrical cut of the film directed primarily by Richard Lester.  Superman 2 is less of a sequel and more of a “Part 2,” directly continuing threads woven in the original, despite production problems and being arguably inferior to the first. Once again, the relationship between Clark & Lois…Continue Reading “Review: SUPERMAN II”