Series Review: The Man In the High Castle – Season 1 (2015)


So here we are, back in the realm of Amazon’s Original Programming. Yeah, the very same Amazon that you can order shirts, soap and all kinds of stuff from. For the… one of you that didn’t know, Amazon is making original programming. Possibly one of my followers might remember that I did a review for season 1 of Amazon’s show “Bosch” last year. So yeah… they make shows… so let’s review one of them!

Ladies and gentlemen, let me introduce you to… “The Man in the High Castle”.

The world has gone to shit (God, I’ve missed that phrase so much!). It’s the 1960’s and Nazis are in control. That’s right, in 1946 they took over the United States and also allied with Japan to rule over everything. We follow a young woman named Juliana (Alexa Davalos) as she is more or less pulled into a plot set up by the resistance to try to get a hold of some films that could change everything. And these films are produced by the mysterious… “Man in the High Castle” (Roll credits). We also get to follow a whole bunch of other characters, including Juliana’s boyfriend Frank (Rupert Evans), who are part of this world and have some part in the grand scheme of things. I know what you’re thinking, this plot sounds interesting, but complicated and maybe a little dumb. But trust me, I am just trying to give you the basics of the plot without spoiling it for you. So trust me when I should say that the story is fantastic and is worth experiencing. It is filled with gripping drama, engrossing situations and several clever twists. Also, the ending of the season (no spoilers) just fucked with my mind so hard. Yeah… it’s great plot.

The characters in this show quickly develop and you start caring about them pretty fast. Alexa Davalos (an actress I knew jack shit about before this show) was fantastic as Juliana. She was determined, strong but also the right level of vulnerable. Rupert Evans (you know, the guy from “Hellboy”) is fantastic as Frank, a man who is pulled into all of this trouble in a very violent fashion (figuratively speaking… ish). Then we have Luke Kleintank as Joe Blake, a young man that Juliana meets on her “adventure” and quickly befriends. Then we also of course have Rufus Sewell (remember when he was a thing?) as Obergruppenführer John Smith, AKA the American Nazi-man. And holy fucking shit, he was amazing in this show. Not only is his overall performance great, but the writer’s made me actually feel sympathy for him… a Nazi. It’s crazy, but true. He’s a great character. There are a whole bunch of other great actors in this show, both in big and small roles. So I’m not gonna go through ’em all as you will most likely notice them too while watching. Seriously, this show is filled with great people.

The score for the show was composed by Henry Jackman and Dominic Lewis and it is (surprise, surprise) pretty stellar. Henry Jackman of course is the man responsible for the music of “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” and it’s sequel “Civil War”, two movies with great music. So of course when I saw Jackman’s name in the opening credits I was pleased. Speaking of the opening credits, the decision to have “Edelweiss” from “Sound of Music” as the opening theme… fucking brilliant. Anyway, back to the original score; it’s great. Dramatic, tense, awesome.

Fun fact: This show is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Philip K. Dick, the man who also wrote the book behind “Blade Runner”. Okay, fun fact over. This show is very well directed, perfectly capturing the feel of this bleak world that is set up. Sure, it isn’t really a show that has fast-paced direction, as it is more of a slow burn, but it’s still really good. Also, Ridley Scott is an executive producer on this show, which makes this his second Philip K. Dick adaptation… hmm. Oh well, it’s a very well done show, so those curiosities can be put aside for later.

This show has been very well received. On Rotten Tomatoes it has a 95% positive rating and a “Fresh” certification. On Metacritic it has a score of 77/100. And on the show overall has a score of 8,1/10 (imdb doesn’t have season-based averages).

This show is unlike anything else I have ever seen, it’s so different and unique. With a fantastic plot, great characters/acting, fantastic music and great directing, it’s definitely something. Time for my final score. ACHTUNG! My final score for “The Man in the High Castle” is a 9,91/10. It is great and gets the “SEAL OF APPROVAL!”.
Seal of Approval

My review of “The Man in the High Castle” season 1 is now completed.

Season 2 is confirmed, but it isn’t here… I need it NOW.

Movie Review: The Bourne Legacy (2012)


We are now here, at the fourth part in my series of reviews leading up to “Jason Bourne” this July. For anybody new here: Over the past few months I have been watching and reviewing all of the “Bourne” movies. And at long last we have gotten to the fourth one. So let’s just get into it and see what happens!

Ladies and gentlemen… “The Bourne Legacy”.

So in this film we don’t follow the character of Jason Bourne (Matt Damon), oh no. Instead we have a new guy named Aaron Cross (Jeremy Renner) who is on the run because of reasons triggered by the previous three films. And he teams up with a female doctor (Rachel Weisz) because there needs to be a female lead. Look, I had trouble following the plot because it makes no damn sense and it’s not even really there. I’m being one-hundred percent serious guys… the plot is not good or compelling or memorable and let’s just move this shit along so I don’t start rambling too much.

Where the story happens to be lacking (a lot!), the actors kind of make up for it. Jeremy Renner does a really good job in his role as Not-Bourne. Rachel Weisz is good in her role too. Then we also get some really good supporting performances from people like Stacy Keach, Edward Norton, Joan Allen and Oscar Isaac. Sure, the characters aren’t that interesting overall, but the acting I think makes up for that pretty well.

The music for the movie was composed by James Newton Howard, who is a composer that I’m a fan of. And how was his score in this movie? Meh. It was fine for what it was trying to do, which was to be music for an action movie. But there’s no piece here that I would even dare call memorable. In the previous three films I could listen to the music and go “Ooo, that was a great tune! Oo, THAT was a great tune!”, but I never had any such moment here. It wasn’t bad, just not that great. And how was this film’s version of Moby’s “Extreme Ways”? Meh. It isn’t a bad version, but it’s not that great either.

So this movie wasn’t directed by Paul Greengrass… or Doug Liman for that matter. No, for this one they got Tony Gilroy, the screenwriter for the previous three films. And did he do a god job directing the movie? Yeah, I’d say so. It’s a pretty smooth movie, filled with a lot of really good shots. Sure, it doesn’t have the shaky intensity of Greengrass’ “Bourne” films, but it at least looks good. And the action in the movie was actually pretty good. Sure, there was never any tension in the action taking place in front of our eyes, but it was entertaining to look at. I can’t say that I found it boring at all. The word I would use though is… toothless. Like I said, there was no tension in it at all. But it was pretty fun. Don’t expect too much action though, because there isn’t too much. This is a more dialogue-driven film… although, the dialogue is pretty mediocre if you ask me… so I’m conflicted.

This movie hasn’t been that well received. On Rotten Tomatoes it has a 55% positive rating. On Metacritic it has a score of 61/100. Roger Ebert gave it 2,5/4 stars. And on it has a score of 6,7/10.

“The Bourne Legacy” is a bit of a mixed bag for me. While the story isn’t that compeliing or interesting, there is still some good stuff, including good acting, decent music, and good directing/action, even if it lacks tension. Time for my final score. *Ahem*. My final score for “The Bourne Legacy” is a 7,25/10. While not that great of a movie, it’s still worth a rental.
Rent it

My review of “The Bourne Legacy” is now completed.

“Jason Bourne” is finally out in a month… what will I do until then?

“Jack Reacher: Never Go Back” Trailer

Hi, hello, hey and yo to all of you people out there. Time for me to talk some more movie trailers. And by trailers I mean trailer, there’s only one. And if you’ve read the title, you already know for which movie… so let’s do this.

So we now have a trailer for “Jack Reacher: Never Go Back”, based on Lee Child’s book “Never Go Back”. This movie is more or less a sequel to 2012’s “Jack Reacher”, a movie I enjoyed quite a bit. While I have slightly altered my thoughts since my initial watch of the movie, I still think it’s a good action movie. So what’s the deal with this new one then? Well apparently Jack (Tom Cruise) has been accused of a 16-year old homicide and most likely will have to clear his name by beating the shit (and possibly killing) out of a lot of dudes. The editing of the trailer is very typical, makes it kind of look dull… AKA, it’s not a very good trailer. Sure, the action we see looks like buckets of fun, but what I’m trying to say is that the trailer is not that interesting. It shows Jack beat the crap out of people and make some interesting threats. And that’s really all I can say. Do I think it looks like a faithful adaptation of the book? I don’t fuckin’ know, haven’t read any of the “Jack Reacher” books. And like I said, the trailer’s not very interesting, but I do still have hopes for this movie. First off, like I said, I am a fan of the first movie. Secondly, the director this time around is Edward Zwick, a man known for making good movies (I am a huge fan of his 2006 action-drama “Blood Diamond”). Third, Tom Cruise is someone that I enjoy seeing in action films, the guy does a good job in them. So yeah… I am interested and even a bit excited about this movie.

So what are your thoughts? Are you a fan of the first “Jack Reacher” film? Are you excited about “Never Go Back”? Leave any and all thoughts in the comments.
Have a good one and enjoy the trailer!

Liebster Award Number Two


Well, I’ll be damned… another Liebster Award Nomination thingamajig. This time from Tom over at First off, thank you very much, my good sir. Secondly, this is the second nomination for this I’ve gotten in less than a month. This makes me wonder what people see in me that makes them go “Oh yes, quite good, give this man a nomination or sometning, nyah!”. Not complaining, it’s just that I have a tendency to overthink these things. Oh well, let’s get on with it.

Rules for nominated folks (in a post, not a comment):

  • Thank the blogger(s) who nominated you
  • Answer the 11 questions that the blogger gives you
  • Nominate 11 bloggers or so of your own choosing
  • Give them 11 questions
  • Let the bloggers know you nominated them

So here comes the questions that Tom supplied me with to answer for y’all.

1. What are your three favourite books?
“Shutter Island” by Dennis Lehane, “1984” by George Orwell, “Darkly Dreaming Dexter” by Jeff Lindsay. Any of these might change in the future (Except “Shutter Island”), but this is as it is now.

2. What animal are you most like?
I would probably say a dog, or possibly a sloth. I’m really lazy. but I try not to be a total dick to people. So maybe a combination of those two animals, a… Slog, if you will.

3. You have the power to stop one director from making any more films – which one do you choose? Why?
Maybe Paul W.S. Anderson, or Zack Snyder. Sure, they might both be very nice people, and they have both done stuff that I enjoy, but I feel like they have overstayed their welcome in one way or another.

4. Which film would you most want to take out into the middle of a field to smash up with a baseball bat (Office Space style!)?
There are a whole bunch of films that I could/would do this with for different reasons. But the first that comes to mind is “Jonah Hex” starring Josh Brolin. Great actor, fucking awful movie.

5. Which actor/actress would you like to wake up next to?
As one or two people who follow me might be aware of, I have a bit of a crush on Keri Russell, so I guess that might be it. Sure, she’s quite a bit older than me, but I can’t help it… she’s beautiful AND talented. Though this just begs the question what the circumstance is…

6. Choice of weapon for a zombie apocalypse?
A really long stick. Or something in the style of a sledgehammer. I want something that can give me some distance that doesn’t require ammunition and/or fuel. But to give more of a fun answer… landmines.

7. Going to the cinema or “Netflix and chill”?
Cinema. The big screen, the big surround sound, the overall experience. Plus, the “chill” bit of the latter option would be a bit distracting from the film (or TV show).

8. You fought the law – who won?
As a music nerd, this question amuses me. To answer it, uhm… the law won, because I’m weak and slow and my conscience would kick in faster than you can say “Oklahoma”.

9. Brand new, thrilling Hollywood blockbuster or obscure, fascinating foreign film?
Here’s the problem: Both have good things to offer. One offers fun, while the otehr offers depth. Hmmm… Foreign film, why the hell not?

10. Why do you blog? What kinds of blogs do you follow? What do you think of your site? 3 in one, there!
I blog because I started this blog in January of 2014 and realized after a while “Holy shit, this is actually fun”. I mostly follow blogs that relate in one way or another to movies. Sure, there are some otehr types too, but movies take up most of it. I think my site is dumb and I love it… kind of like “Sharknado”.

11. And finally, the favourite: Which 5 actors/actresses would you have at a dinner party?
Mark Ruffalo, Sam Rockwell, Keri Russell, Patrick Swayze, Jennifer Lawrence. They all seem like decent people who could be fun to hang around. And yes, I know Swayze is dead, but the question didn’t specifically say that it had to be a living actor/actress.

So here are the people that I nominate for this thingamajig:

I know it’s not 11 people, but I couldn’t think of 11 for this one… so five will have to do.

Time to supply you nominees with some questions that you will answer in your post.

1. What is the most overrated movie of all time?
2. What is your favorite game show?
3. Why did you start blogging?
4. Which actor/actres would you like to wake up next to?
5. Who is your favorite author?
6. Do you read comics?
7. What movie always manages to get you in a good mood?
8. Is there a city in your country that you haven’t been to that you would like to visit?
9. Favorite film director?
10. Have you ever been arrested?
11. What do you think of your site?

So once again, special thanks to Tom for nominating me for this thing that took a while to write. You’re awesome, man, stay plain and simple!
Have a good one!

“Death Stranding” E3 Trailer

Hi guys, let’s talk some more E3 stuff. And let me tell you… this one’s a doozy.

So we now know what Kojima has been up to since he was let go from Konami to then start his own company. Before we move on to the trailer itself, let’s discuss Kojima. For those of you who don’t know, Hideo Kojima is a man who has been making games for many years. He is most known for the “Metal Gear” franchise, which is a franchise that I am a fan of, whether it is “Solid” or “Rising”, doesn’t matter… just get me my “Metal Gear”. Now, before he was more or less fired from Konami, he was working on the next game in the “Silent Hill” franchise… titled “Silent Hills”. Now this was every exciting for a few reasons. The first one was of course because he had made so many games that were beloved by millions of people. The second one was because of a demo of “Silent Hills” (titled “P.T.” which is short for “Playable Teaser”) that got released and received massive praise for being scary as shit. And the third reason is the most exciting, because he had teamed up with (Get this) Norman Reedus and Guillermo Del Toro to make this game. Del Toro and Kojima would be directing and Reedus would star. As a huge nerd of most mediums, this combination of people was amazing to know about. Then Kojima was let go, Del Toro and Reedus left the project and Konami scrapped it all together. But now Kojima is back on track with his very own company (no longer under the claws of Konami) to make his very own stuff. And finally we got a trailer for his company’s very first project… *Big exhale*. That was a lot of text to introduce this shit.

I don’t know how to summarize this trailer in a few words, so I will go through it and talk about what the fuck can be seen. So it starts on sand and there are dead things all around, nothing too odd there. We pan across the sand which starts getting handprints put in it, and in the prints a black liquid emerges (now we’re getting weird). This continues for a little bit while we pan over to then see a naked man (Have fun, ladies) laying down on the sand which turns out ot be a beach. As we continue panning we get to see the face of this naked man, who turns out to be *Drum roll, please*… Norman Reedus. No, I’m not kidding, it’s Norman fucking Reedus, naked on a beach filled with dead things. Anyway, we then pan a little more to reveal a very tiny baby with an uncut umbilical cord which Norman then proceeds to pick up and hold close to him. He cries a little, then the baby disappears and his hands are covered in black liquid. Then black (baby-sized) handprints start appearing on his leg. Then Norman stands up and looks out over the ocean, and as it cuts we get a wide shot of the beach which is filled with dead fish, whales and some weird things in the sky. Oh yeah, also naked, CG Norman Reedus. Then we get the credits “A Hideo Kojima Game”, now we know the director. “Norman Reedus”, now we know who stars. And then we finally get the title… “Death Stranding”. The title might help to explain some of the stuff we see, because it’s definitely a beach, like he has been stranded. And the “Death” part of it might explain the weird visuals. Hideo Kojima has never been a stranger to weird and cryptic stuff in his games before (just have a look at most things in “MGS”), but this damn thing takes the fucking cake. I don’t know what’s going on, but I am definitely intrigued and will definitely have my eye out for anything else relating to it.

What do you guys think? Are you intiruged by the trailer? Are you looking forward to this game? Leave any and all answers in the comments.
Have a good one and enjoy(?) the trailer.

“Resident Evil 7” E3 trailer

Hello guys, here I am again with my covering of E3 stuff that interest me. So… let’s ee what we have here!

After four years we have finally gotten an announcement trailer for “Resident Evil 7”. And from the looks of it, this game might actually be scary. You know, compared to the last few games and those shitty Hollywood movies and I’m gonna move on. I am a fan of this franchise, having played most of them (At least main series, never got into spin-offs really) and enjoyed them in some way. Sure, numbers 5 and 6 weren’t that great, but I still kind of enjoyed them. My personal favorite though has always been “Resident Evil 4”, it’s a perfect balance of both action, creepiness, tension and reinvigoration. And like I said, the last few weren’t that great, but I still always look forward to a new game to see what they’ll do with it. And with this one it seems like it will go back more to the survival horror style of the original game and it’s Gamecube remake. Sure, the trailer doesn’t really tell us anything about the game itself other than “look forward to some creeps, people”. Here’s the interesting thing though: If I didn’t already know that this was the “Resident Evil 7” trailer, I would’ve almost mistaken it for a new “Silent Hill” or possibly “The Evil Within 2” (The latter of which I really wanted to see at this year’s E3). But yeah, this looks really interesting and I’m looking forward to seeing more of it.

So what are your thoughts? Are you looking forward to this new “Resi” installment? Are you fans of any of the previous games? Leave any and all thoughts in the comments.
Have a good one and enjoy the trailer!

“Mass Effect: Andromeda” E3 Trailer

Good morning, good afternoon, good evening and good night to all of you out there. As I had lightly touched on here on my blog and outright promised on twitter, I would be writing a bit about interesting stuff that came out of E3 this year. And by interesting I of course mean interesting to me, and then you jsut read about it. So let’s do this!

The first thing I wanted to cover was something that is close to my heart. We have now gotten a new look at “Mass Effect: Andromeda” which teases a bit of the story and the worlds you’ll be exploring. I am a big “Mass Effect” fan, hence why this is such an important thing for me. I have played through the series several times and it is always interesting to no end. So after they wrapped up the story of Commander Shepard in “Mass Effect 3”, I wondered where they could possibly go next. And now we almost know! While there haven’t been any confirmation on who/what the main protagonist will be, we still have gotten a small look into the new game. In this game we will explore the Andromeda system, a very real galaxy which we know barely anythign about. And that’s about it. What can be seen though is that there will be returns from familiar species from the previous games, such as the Asari and the Krogan. We will also get new species to shoot at and stuff. We also get a new and improved Mako and I am getting carried away and Jebuz Crust, I am a fucking nerd… What I’m trying to say is that I am incredibly excited about this game. 2017 can’t come soon enough.

Are you a fan of the previous games in the series and are you excited for “Andromeda”? Leave any and all answers in the comments.
Have a good one and enjoy the trailer!


Series Review: Fargo – Season 2 (2015)


Some of you people might remember that I had seen and reviewed the first season of this show a while back. If you remember that you probably also remember that I absolutely loved it. So of course I was excited about seeing season 2… and here we are, finally reviewing it.

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you the second season of… “Fargo”.

The year is 1979, that’s right, this season is more or less a prequel to season 1. Like I said in my review of the first season, this is an anthology show. Now that we got that part cleared let’s move on to this season. And in it we follows Minnesota state trooper Lou Solverson (Patrick Wilson) as he is drawn into an investigation involving a local crime gang, the mafia and a local couple (Jesse Plemons and Kirsten Dunst). And it all of course is a huge mystery filled murder, deception and most other things you’d expect from this show if you’ve seen the first season. And there is no reason to either lie about it or postpone it anymore… I think the plot of the second season is great, as good as the first season even. I would even say that I might’ve enjoyed this season even more than the first one. The mystery is bigger and even more bizarre. It’s intriguing, entertaining and really well told.

While the plot is great on it’s own, it would be nothing without the characters, that is a fact that works for most pieces of media. With that said, holy shit the characters are amazing! They are all very interesting, colorful and all get time to shine. Patrick Wilson knocks it out of the park as Lou, which I didn’t have much of a doubt about since I love him as an actor. Ted Danson plays a sheriff and Lou’s father-in-law and he’s as great as ever. Jesse Plemons, you have shown me once again what a terrific actor you are. First “Breaking Bad”, now “Fargo”… I can’t wait to see what awesome thing you’ll do next. Kirsten Dunst, holy shit, this is the best she’s been in years. Jeffrey Donovan plays an unlikable asshole in this show, but that’s okay because his performance overall is terrific. And there are a whole bunch of otehr great actors/performances/characters in this show that I will not get into because I would be here all day. But yeah… it’s all great.

Just like in the first season we got Jeff Russo to do the score for the show. And once again it is great. It manages to create a lot of tension, a lot of suspense, a lot of drama and it is just awesome to listen to. There is also a lot of otehr tunes here that are not composed by Russo. What I mean by that is that there are a lot of licensed tracks and not only do they fit the scenes they are used in, but they are songs that I really enjoyed listening to. As someone who listens to a lot of 70’s/80’s music, this soundtrack was pretty much made for me. Especially in the last few episodes, those had some of the best tunes in show in my opinion. Yeah… this season had great music.

Season 2 takes the directing of season 1 and ramps it up to fuckin’ eleven. It’s quicker, it’s snappier, it’s even more stylish than the first season. It’s also even more violent, good grief. Yes, season 1 was pretty damn violent, but wasn’t this violent. It also didn’t have as much violence and brutality and blood/gore as this season. Not that the extra violence takes away from the show, I would amost say that it is one of the things keeping the show as interesting as it is in combination with the story and characters ‘n’ shit. The pitch black humor also makes a triumphant return in this season and as someone who loves pitch black humor to no end I actually laughed at some pretty dark stuff. No wonder I never get invited to parties…

This season of the show has been very well received. On Rotten Tomatoes it has a 100% (holy shit) positive rating and a “Fresh” certification. On Metacritic it has a score of 96/100. And while imdb doesn’t have season-based averages, the show does have a score of 9,0/10 and is ranked #23 on the “Top 250 TV” list.

The second season of “Fargo” took what season 1 did right and improved upon it. I thought the story was even better, the characters more entertaining/great (though I miss Billy Bob Thornton), the soundtrack absolutely fantastic, teh directing/action fantastic and the violence/humor great. Time for my final score. *Clears throat*. My final score for “Fargo” season 2 is a 9,90/10. I love it and it gets the “SEAL OF APPROVAL!”.
Seal of Approval

My review of “Fargo” season 2 is now completed.

So… Ewan McGregor next season then!

“Watch Dogs 2” reveal trailer

Hello again. I know this is very tight between posts for my blog, but there’s enough interesting stuff being mentioned/announced/revealed at the moment to not talk about. And like earlier… time to talk video games!

So we finally have a trailer for “Watch Dogs 2”. I say finally because I have been waiting for something like this for god knows how long. As the title suggests, this is a sequel to “Watch Dogs”, a 2014 open-world action game about hacking. I was super excited about the release of the first game, going as far as pre-ordering it (which I very rarely do). And how was it when it finally came out? I think I set my expectations a bit too high. It was good, but not as great as I had hoped. But like I said, it was good and I enjoyed it, so of course I would want a sequel… and now we finally have a trailer for it! So what do we see in it? We get shots of parties, San Francisco, people, digital stuff, hacking. Yeah, it’s kind of what one could expect… sort of. As far as I get it, it’s like the first game but with a different protagonist and a different location. In the first it was Aiden Pearce, in this new game the main guy’s name is apparently Marcus (So. Fucking. Close.). Another difference is that he is black instead of white like Aiden. This is not a complaint, just a statement. We also get a switch from Chicago to San Francisco. While there wasn’t any gameplay revealed, I would suppose it plays a lot like the first game but with a few tweaks. I also expect to see some stuff for this game at E3 in a week.

Question for you guys: Did you play the first “Watch Dogs” and if so, did you enjoy it? And are you excited for this new one? Leave any and all answers in the comments. “Watch Dogs 2” has a release date set for November 15th of this year.
Have a good one and enjoy the trailer!

“Injustice 2” Announcement trailer

Well hello there, ladies and gentlmen (and possibly others). As it stands right now, my blog is not heavily based in video game content. Not to say that I dislike video games at all, oh no. I fucking love video games, it’s just that I rarely talk about them here on my blog. So with that said… yeah, here’s a post relating to video games.

So while I was asleep (damn time zones), DC and NetherRealm studios released an announcement trailer for “Injustice 2”. Now there have been speculation and alleged leaks for a while now over if this game was real or not… and now we have the answer. So for those of you who may not know, this is a sequel to “Injustice: Gods Among Us”, a fighting game that came out in 2013. What was it about? DC characters beating the shit out of each other. Yes, there is more of a plot to it than that, but I will not go into detail about for this type of post. Anyway, I didn’t play much of that game. I’ve played the demo a whole bunch of times (and really enjoyed it), but never got into the real deal. But maybe I should now that the sequel has been announced. So what do we see in the trailer?
Well, we see Superman, Batman, Flash, Aquaman and some other heroes, fighting in a very dark room while also seeming to have gotten some pretty sweet armor upgrades. That’s it, it’s a cinematic trailer that vaguely tells us what it’s about… DC characters beating the shit out of each other. While this trailer doesn’t give much info, I get the feeling that we will see more of it at E3 which is in about a week.

Question to you guys: Are you excited about “Injustice 2”? Also, did you play the first one? If you did, what are your thoughts on it? LEave any and all answers in the comments.
Have a good one and enjoy the trailer!