Yo, Adrian!: Creed (2015)

For the month of January, the contenders of Deadshirt are looking at the high highs (and low lows) of Sylvester Stallone’s Rocky franchise. For each installment, Deadshirt film editor Max Robinson sits ringside with another Deadshirt staffer to discuss the film. For our final installment, Read More …

Yo, Adrian!: Rocky Balboa (2006)

For the month of January, the contenders of Deadshirt are looking at the high highs (and low lows) of Sylvester Stallone’s Rocky franchise. For each installment, Deadshirt film editor Max Robinson sits ringside with another Deadshirt staffer to discuss the film. Max and Chuck Winters Read More …

Yo, Adrian!: Rocky V (1990)

For the month of January, the contenders of Deadshirt are looking at the high highs (and low lows) of Sylvester Stallone’s Rocky franchise. For each installment, Deadshirt film editor Max Robinson sits ringside with another Deadshirt staffer to discuss the film. For this fifth installment, Read More …

Yo, Adrian!: Rocky II (1979)

For the month of January, the contenders of Deadshirt are looking at the high highs (and low lows) of Sylvester Stallone’s Rocky franchise. For each installment, Deadshirt film editor Max Robinson sits ringside with another Deadshirt staffer to discuss the film. For Rocky II, Max Read More …

Yo, Adrian!: Rocky (1976)

For the month of January, the contenders of Deadshirt are looking at the high highs (and low lows) of Sylvester Stallone’s Rocky franchise. For each installment, Deadshirt film editor Max Robinson sits ringside with another Deadshirt staffer to discuss the film. Up first: Dominic Griffin Read More …

Creed is a Captivating Knockout [Review]

For better or worse, there’s no arguing we’re in the era of peak franchise in Hollywood. Of the year’s top 10 grossers thus far, seven are sequels or spinoffs, one is based on a novel, and another on a fairy tale made into an animated Read More …

The Expendables 3, or: The Modern Brometheus [Review]

Sylvester Stallone’s “Grumpy Old Men-with-Napalm” action franchise was initially an attempt to do an Avengers-style team-up of your favorite action stars–Stallone! Statham! Jet Li! Lundgren! uhhh Randy Couture? Oh, Terry Crews? Alright, yeah!–before Marvel’s actual Avengers movie came out. The first and second installments’ big Read More …