The Shadow – Need To Consume

For my first review of pop-culture website Need To Consume I took a look at the new Blu-ray edition of the 1994, pulp fiction, superhero movie The Shadow.

Being a film I remembered both from its huge publicity campaign (at least that’s how I remember it (it was the centre piece display at a big video games and movie event I attended at Earls Court London at around the same time) and from it being hugely enjoyable in a somewhat knowing way it was a cornerstone of my youthful movie watching along with the likes of Batman Forever.

To read my full review click on the image below:

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One thought on “The Shadow – Need To Consume

  1. […] The rest of Suicide Squad unfortunately can’t escape feeling like it’s stuck in the mid-90s. A slightly poorly realised, special effects based, big bad with a fairly non-specific plan to destroy/rule the world is the epitome of this leading to a hugely unsatisfying denouement while being reminiscent of Joel Schumacher’s Batman Forever and Russell Mulchay’s The Shadow. […]

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