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Review: Preacher 3×04, “The Tombs”

It looks like “The Tombs” may be my favorite episode of Preacher’s third season thus far. While I was happy with the premiere placing Angelville as the setting to keep track of, and as much fun as Her...

Review: Preacher 3×03, “Gonna Hurt”

This week’s Preacher was a step up from last week, but I have to not right away that God in a dog costume isn’t working for me. Perhaps there’s a reveal coming that will have this all make more sense,...

Review: Preacher 3×02, “Sonsabitches”

With the need to resolve last season’s cliffhanger out of the way, and some work done to set up the new locale for the season, we now have a Preacher episode that puts Jesse back on track with the mai...

Ant-Man and the Wasp Movie Review: Franchise Fred C-ant Find Fault

Part of the philosophy of Franchise Fred is that even if I don’t like a movie, a sequel to it is automatically more interesting because it is building off the history of another movie. This proves tru...

Review: Preacher 3×01, “Angelville”

When we last saw the group of anti-heroes we’ve been following in Preacher, things had hit a bit of a rough patch, to say the least. Tulip (Ruth Negga) had been shot dead, and Jesse (Dominic Cooper) a...

Deadpool 2 Spoiler Review: Franchise Fred Disapproves Very Specifically

I decided to make my review of Deadpool 2 a spoiler review so I could discuss the specific things with which I had a problem in the movie. Spoiler warning, this review is intended only for people who ...

Avengers: Infinity War Movie Review – It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Universe

Avengers: Infinity War is the It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World of superhero movies. It happens to be both an all-star cast and an all-star roster of superheroes, since the superheroes are what made mos...

Franchise Fred Interview: Black Lightning’s China Anne McClain on Getting Super Powers, Activism and High School

Superheroes run in the Pierce family on Black Lightning. Jefferson (Cress Williams) is the title Black Lightning, out of retirement to clean up Freeland. His older daughter Anissa (Nafessa Williams) h...

Accident Man Movie Review: Franchise Fred Approves

Were Accident Man not already based on a comic book, I would have said it was the perfect idea for a Scott Adkins franchise. Now I can see why it was the role he wanted to play his whole life. As hitm...

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