Fourth time’s the charm?
Red Hood: …Fine.
Well, this is finally here…
“Your movie’s looking better and better. And I’m sure they’re saving me for Justice League.”
Welcome to the final post of my “Christmas” spectravaganza specialtacular. I know it’s long overdue. I apologize for thinking I could pull it off when I first announced this series of posts with none of the reviews done yet. Probably won’t happen again. Now, let’s take a look at what’s in the mystery box.
I promise this one’ll be short. This time we’re taking a look at the content in both Batman: Under the Red Hood discs.
Happy one month after Christmas, everyone. I’m finally reviewing one of my all-time favorite movies. That’s right. Not all-time favorite DC animated movies, not all-time favorite Batman movies, movies in general. This’ll be a long one but for good reason. Welcome to the second to last post of my “Christmas” spectacular. This is Batman: Under the Red Hood.
The “Christmas” extravaganza continues with one of my favorite movies of all time. Well… more like the film’s packaging along with a sealed soundtrack. We’re setting records here with both an unboxing and inboxing. What’s the point of reviewing a sealed CD? Absolutely nothing!
We’ll get into the film itself next time but let’s take a quick look at what’s in the two-disc special edition first.
Moving on with the “Christmas” special we’re going to take a look at the assorted Red Hood things I have from non-video gaming. These aren’t necessarily recommend-worthy but more just me giving personal thoughts on them.
Apologies for the delay. I hope you all had a great Christmas. I’d have gotten this up on time were it not for the plot intervening. There’ll be three more Red Hood posts coming soon. Hopefully you’ll see them by new year’s.
Let’s start with the newest thing I have. I don’t care to open it so this’ll be my second inboxing review. Based on the design from the Arkham Knight video game, this is Red Hood from the 3.75″ DC Comics Multiverse line by Mattel. A little while back I found out that they were making him for the Multiverse line. While not the look I’m used to for the character, I felt the need to get him anyway so my Red Hood collection can grow.
Not sure whether it was better to call this “CW’s The Flash” or “The Flash (2014)” so I just went with 2014.
Initially, Prime Reactions was supposed to be for new movies as it’s been a long time since I followed much of any live-action television series. It might surprise you to know I haven’t seen Arrow (minus the episodes with Barry) and I haven’t started Gotham. Still, if you’ve read my recent posts, you’d know I’m a big fan of The Flash (the 1990 show and his animated appearances anyway) so I was really anticipating this one. Doubt I’ll be covering every episode of this show but a review of the premiere certainly feels like a Prime Reactions post so here you go.