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Suicide Squad: Hell To PayStudio: Warner Bros. Animation – Release Date: March 27, 2018 – Digital; April 10, 2018 – 4K Blu-ray, Blu-ray, DVD

Synopsis: Amanda Waller’s top secret “Task Force X” – Deadshot, Bronze Tiger, Killer Frost, Captain Boomerang, Harley Quinn and Copperhead – on a mission to retrieve a mystical object so powerful that they’re willing to risk their own lives to steal it. But the Suicide Squad isn’t the only group of villains seeking to possess the object. The race is on for the golden prize … and, to stay alive, second place isn’t an option.

The all-star cast is led by Christian Slater (Mr. Robot, Archer, True Romance) in his DC Universe Movies debut as the voice of Deadshot, who heads “Task Force X” alongside Billy Brown (How To Get Away With Murder) as Bronze Tiger, Liam McIntyre (Spartacus: War of the Damned, The Flash) as Captain Boomerang, Kristin Bauer van Straten (True Blood, Once Upon a Time) as Killer Frost, Gideon Emery (Teen Wolf) as Copperhead, Tara Strong (Batman: The Killing Joke) as Harley Quinn and their “boss,” Vanessa Williams (Ugly Betty, Desperate Housewives) as Amanda Waller. Villainous forces in the film include C. Thomas Howell (Outcast, The Outsiders, Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox) as Zoom, Dania Ramirez (Devious Maids, Heroes, Once Upon a Time) as Scandal Savage, James Urbaniak (Difficult People, The Venture Bros.) as Professor Pyg, Julie Nathanson (The Zeta Project, Beverly Hills 90210) as Silver Banshee and Jewelee, and Jim Pirri (Injustice 2) as Vandal Savage & Vertigo.

Other Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay voice cast members include Greg Grunberg (Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Heroes) as Steel Maxum, Dave Fennoy (Batman: Arkham Knight, Batman: The Telltale Series) as Blockbuster & Tobias Whale, Cissy Jones (Firewatch) as Knockout, Natalie Lander (The Middle, Justice League Action) as Darma, Trevor Devall (Johnny Test) as Punch, Dave Boat (Family Guy, The Good Dinosaur) as Harvey Dent/Two-Face, and Matthew Mercer (Critical Role, Batman: Bad Blood) as Savage Gunman. Producer Sam Liu (Gotham by Gaslight, Teen Titans: The Judas Contract) also directs Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay from a script by co-producer Alan Burnett (Justice League vs. Teen Titans). Executive Producers are Sam Register and James Tucker (Batman vs. Two-Face, Justice League Dark).

 

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Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay Feature Review
By James Harvey

Vulgar, violent and a little bit juvenile, Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay is a fun, dirty animated flick that definitely pushes the adult content right to edge without going over. For Task Force X fans still smarting from the recent big screen Suicide Squad live-action flick, this just might be the movie you’ve been waiting for. Helmed by a solid creative team, and featuring a story that contains more than a few cool surprises (including one which I did not see coming at all) and more depth than expected, there’s a lot to enjoy in this blood-riddled DC Universe Movie … though it may not appeal to everyone.

Given an off-the-books mission by A.R.G.U.S. agent Amanda Waller, Task Force X finds themselves driving across country in a run down RV to hunt down a mystical artifact. Naturally, Waller isn’t the only person after this artifact, as Task Force X soon finds itself butting heads with Reverse-Flash, Silver Banshee and Blockbuster, who happen to be looking for the same artifact. Naturally, things get a pretty bloody as both teams tear through the country to be the first to get their hands on this mysterious artifact.

Cutting loose in all regards, writer Alan Burnett and producer/director Sam Liu have made, without a doubt, one of the grisliest, dirtiest, even naughtiest DC Universe Movie titles to date. And yeah, there may be a couple jokes in there that maybe you should feel a little bad laughing at, but it all works. While some of the story beats may not be the most original, not all jokes hit, and the majority of the cast all fall into their expected tropes and roles (which they do manage to smartly repackage by ingeniously casting the Squad as a bickering family on a road trip), it’s still an absolutely fun time from start to finish. What elevates the film’s story is that it manages to not only sneak in some great twists, but it also explores the concept of life and death … in it’s own twisted way, of course.

While Amanda Waller gives the Suicide Squad their mission, and each member of the team gets his or her moment to shine, the story really belongs to Deadshot and (surprisingly) Bronze Tiger. Both characters consistently butt heads throughout the movie due to their differing morals, but from their is actually evolves into a pretty interesting look into what constitutes moral or immoral actions. While it’s not a deep spiritual debate, it does pose some interesting ideas on how these characters perceive themselves, their beliefs and that everything isn’t really as black and white as it may seem. Yes, these are terrible people who do terrible things, but this film does manage to dig a little deeper and give them a little added substance. By no mean does it redeem any of them, but it does help the viewer understand what drives them, as warped as some of them may be.

Burnett shows again why he’s one of the best in the business (or was, as he’s now retired) by taking what a pretty generic story about a bunch of thieves tracking down a Macguffin and buffing it up with great bits of dark humor, some cool twists and a little bit of depth. There’s one moment in particular which completely upends the movie and actually recontextualizes it to an extent.

Also, personally, I find Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay has a strong replay value, too. Once the shock of the first viewing wears off – primarily the language and adult content – the strong core theme of its story really shines through. It’s rather surprising, actually, as this is one film that I imagine a lot of viewers wouldn’t think to revisit on a regular basis, but it is. The simple plot does hide some surprisingly dense layers in there. That said, it’s also easy to see why some viewers might not want to revisit this one, especially if they’re averse to the level of violence on display, but further viewings does allow for some of the understated aspects of the movie to shine a little brighter.


Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay - Animated Feature Review - Screenshot 05As for the levels of violence, again, I find it actually works for this film. If Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay included the Justice League (or really any DC superhero team facing off against Task Force X), then it likely would be a tonal mismatch, but given this film focuses on the worst-of-the-worst of the DC Universe, the mature content actually feels appropriate. Keeping the focus solely on the bad guys through and through was a smart choice by the creative team.

Voice acting is solid, with Christian Slater perfectly cast in the role of Deadshot. Ideally this won’t be the last time Slater voices the character. To touch upon some of Slater’s castmates, Billy Brown’s take on Bronze Tiger is especially effective (especially as the film heads toward its climax), Tara Strong continues to bring out the fun kookiness of Harley Quinn and Vanessa Williams brings the unwavering harsh gruffness necessary to make Amanda Waller a character to be feared (and even sounds a bit like CCH Pounder, who voiced Waller in Justice League Unlimited). Greg Grunberg’s extended cameo in absolutely hilarious, and the less known about it going in the better. It’s another great cast put together by Wes Gleason, who has been pulling out really solid performances since he’s taken over as voice director for the DC Universe Movie series.

If the film falls short in any real regard, it would have to be the animation quality. It’s a good looking film, yes, but some of the action sequences play out a little rough. Movements are sometimes jerky and too fast, lacking any real fluidity and consistency. There is some great animation during the film’s quieter moments, though, sometimes with little subtle touches and coloring. The cold open is possibly the best action beat in the entire movie (and features some cool cameos), though the rest do have some great moments here and there, it’s just not as consistent as it should be. That said, these issues are primarily due to the film’s budgetary restriction, and the creative team is doing their best to work within the unfortunate limitations given. Action scenes are clear and well choreographed, making it easy to understand what’s going on beat to beat (all of it set to a wicked score by Robert J. Kral).

Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay is another great installment of the ongoing DC Universe Movie line, offering plenty of dirty, grungy action mixed with some surprising depth, solid laughs and a legitimately surprising story. However, it also definitely earns its ‘R’ rating, so viewers sensitive to extreme violence and language may want to be exercise some caution. But that over-the-top excessiveness actually serves both the plot and characters – these are terrible people doing terrible things, and it plays out just as bloody as you’d imagine. People die, others are betrayed, and everyone gets what’s coming to them. It’s a fun, almost guilty pleasure of a movie that both delivers and does the current iteration of the Suicide Squad team justice. Highly Recommended!

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The Death of Superman – Home Entertainment Release Review

Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay Home Entertainment Release – Studio: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment – Release Date: March 27, 2018 – Digital; April 10, 2018 – 4K Blu-ray, Blu-ray, DVD

Synopsis: Prepare to root for the bad guys when Amanda Waller sends her band of misfit DC Super-Villains on an action-packed secret mission in Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay. The film is part of the popular, ongoing series of DC Universe Movies, produced by Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment. Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay finds Amanda Waller’s top secret “Task Force X” – Deadshot, Bronze Tiger, Killer Frost, Captain Boomerang, Harley Quinn and Copperhead – on a mission to retrieve a mystical object so powerful that they’re willing to risk their own lives to steal it. But the Suicide Squad isn’t the only group of villains seeking to possess the object. The race is on for the golden prize … and, to stay alive, second place isn’t an option. Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay is rated R for strong bloody violence throughout, sexual content, brief graphic nudity, and some drug material.

Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay Enhanced Content
Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack, Blu-ray Combo Pack and Digital
-A Sneak Peek at the next DC Universe Movie, The Death of Superman: “The Death of Superman” – The Death of Superman is widely considered one of the most popular stories in the Superman canon and the DCU. This sneak peek of the new film discusses the story and its place in pop culture.
-Outback Rogue: Captain Boomerang (Featurette) – Audiences get a deeper look at this unconventional, yet entertaining villain from Down Under and how he’s evolved from The Flash universe to the Suicide Squad.
-Nice Shot, Floyd! The Greatest Marksman in the DCU (Featurette) – Floyd Lawton, AKA Deadshot, is one of the most popular antiheroes in the DC pantheon. An excellent marksman and assassin, he often brags that he never misses his shot. Take a closer look at this fascinating character.
-The Power of Plot Devices, MacGuffins and Red Herrings (Featurette) – An insightful examination of the power of a good plot device and the important influence it has over story.
Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay Commentary – The creative filmmaking team of screenwriter/co-producer Alan Burnett and executive producer James Tucker share their thoughts and stories on the characters, themes and development of Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay.

DVD
-A Sneak Peek at the next DC Universe Movie, The Death of Superman: “The Death of Superman” – The Death of Superman is widely considered one of the most popular stories in the Superman canon and the DCU. This sneak peek of the new film discusses the story and its place in pop culture.

 

Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay 4K Blu-Ray Review
by James Harvey

Courtesy of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay is available to own on Blu-ray 4K, Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD, and once again, the 4K option is the way to go if you have format-compatible gear. If not, the Blu-ray release – both available packed in with the 4K Blu-ray or as its own Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack – is also a solid selection.

In terms of audio and video quality, the 4K is pretty fantastic, and is a noticeable improvement even when compared to the Blu-ray release. The 4K transfer looks fantastic, with colors appearing dynamic and full, which contrast nicely against the deep black levels. There is some banding, but it’s likely more of a fault with the source material and perhaps some of the 2K upconverting, but it looks slick and nearly crystal clear. Unfortunately, the Blu-ray transfer is a little weaker than usual, as banding is pretty rampant throughout the movie. It’s a fine transfer, but it definitely doesn’t seem as clear as previous DC Universe Movie titles. For sound quality, the 5.1 DTS-HD MA soundtrack is a solid audio mix, and is nicely balanced throughout. Dialogue comes through without issue and the action beats sound nice and heavy without being overwhelming in any regard. Once again, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has put together another great mix for the DC Universe Movie line.

For bonus content, the studio has put together a nice batch of supporting material, with the commentary the highlight among them. First up, the bonus featurettes breakdown a couple key characters from the film and explore some well-known story-telling device. Both Deadshot and Captain Boomerang get nice 5-ish-minute featurettes on their comic book origins and how both characters have evolved over the years. The 10-minute featurette on plot devices, red herrings and maguffins is a really fun, fantastic watch that breaks down those concepts and even touches upon how to identify and use them properly. It’s a surprisingly interesting watch that I would’ve enjoyed another 20-30 minutes more of, easy.

The commentary is well worth checking out, as it features great little tidbits about the film’s production, how the script came together (including that the studio wanted the movie to be Rated R from the get-go and how one big major surprise wasn’t in the original draft), bits that were edited out (including an appearance by the Secret Six, including Bane, who Producer James Tucker states will be featured in an upcoming ‘in-continuity’ DC Universe Movie) and assorted anecdotes about the film itself, it’s tone, and so on. In fact, listening to the commentary actually might help put the film in proper context for some viewers. Both Tucker and Writer/Producer Alan Burnett discuss the inspiration for this movie (1970s exploitation and grindhouse movies) and how those movies really dictated how the plot and violence would be depicted for Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay).

The last major bit of new content for this release is the usual sneak peek featurette, this one looking at the upcoming The Death of Superman animated movie. Featuring a mix of talking head interviews and finished animation, it’s a nice tease into what looks to be a mammoth, brutal movie.

Despite not being listed, the Blu-ray also includes two bonus episodes – the Beware the Batman episode “Instinct” and the Young Justice episode “Terrors” – both presented in high-def. It’s great to see such an underappreciated and neglected series like Beware The Batman get a little love. The disc also include a trailer for the upcoming Batman Ninja animated movie, which looks so incredibly insane and amazing, and previously-released previews for Batman: Assault on Arkham and Superman/Batman: Public Enemies.

The 4K Blu-ray release also included a regular Blu-ray copy and digital copy of Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay. Additionally, for those looking for additional bonus content, the Best Buy edition of the Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay Blu-ray included a collection of stories from the digital comic sequel series of the same name.

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has put together a respectable home video release for Suicide Squad, including a solid home/audio transfer and a good batch of extras. While the Blu-ray transfer is underwhelming, the 4K Ultra Blu-ray release shines. The extra featurettes are nice supplemental material, including an interesting look at story-telling devices, the commentary is something fans will definitely want to check out. On top of that, it’s nice to see a more varied selection of bonus episodes that go outside the usual series featured on these titles. Again, for fans looking to pick up Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay, the 4K Ultra Blu-ray is the way to go, without question. Recommended!


Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided a free copy of the Blu-ray reviewed, though that did not impact the final assessment of the release. The opinions shared here are my own.

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The Death of Superman – Reviews

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“Justice League vs. The Fatal Five, “Batman: Hush,” Wonder Woman: Bloodlines” Animated Movies Announced

Revealed during the San Diego Comic-Con 2018 The Death of Superman World Premiere panel, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment announced four DC Universe Movie titles slated for 2019, which include an adaption of the acclaimed Batman: Hush storyline, a new Justice League adventure, and an original Wonder Woman animated feature. Reign of the Supermen, the first DC Universe Movie title of 2019, was announced in 2017. Continue below for DC Comics’ official release.

Batman: Hush is Getting an Animated Movie

In late 2002, acclaimed writer Jeph Loeb and a talented artist known for his work at Marvel, Image and WildStorm named Jim Lee debuted a 12-part Batman storyline in the pages of Batman #608. The story’s title was “Hush,” and the simple name belied a surprisingly complex story that would feature much of the Dark Knight’s popular rogues’ gallery, hint at the eventual return of the once dead Jason Todd, introduce Bruce Wayne’s childhood friend Tommy Elliot and bring the romantic undertones of Batman’s relationship with Catwoman to the forefront for the first time.

DCIt’s a story that’s ripe with cinematic potential, as we’ll likely discover when it’s brought to animated life as part of the next wave of DC Universe Movies.

The 2019 slate was announced at the San Diego Comic-Con panel following the The Death of Superman world premiere. Based on the seminal storyline that shocked fans of the Man of Steel when it debuted 25 years ago, The Death of Superman is actually only the beginning of the story. The second part of the previously announced two-part adaptation, Reign of the Supermen, kicks things off in early 2019. Focusing on what happens after Superman’s death, the comics that inspired part two introduced characters who have gone on to play integral roles in the world of Superman, such as Steel, Cyborg Superman and Conner Kent. Look for some Reign of the Supermen teasers in the closing credits of The Death of Superman.

After that, in spring 2019, the Justice League returns for Justice League vs. The Fatal Five. Originally composed of supercriminals Tharok, Emerald Empress, Validus, Mano and the Persuader, the Fatal Five were first introduced in 1967 and are more commonly associated with the Legion of Super-Heroes. While they have appeared in animation before, both on Justice League Unlimited and on the Legion of Superheroes animated series, they’ve been largely dormant for a while (though Emerald Empress did play a key role in the recent Justice League vs. Suicide Squad comic book event). This is an original story, and there’s much we don’t know about it. Is it set in the future or the present day? Will the Legion appear? Which Justice Leaguers will we see? Only time will tell!

The third movie for 2019, Batman: Hush will release in summer, and will follow the two-part Death of Superman/Reign of the Supermen as the latest animated movie based on an acclaimed DC comic storyline. While this year’s Batman: Gotham by Gaslight was arguably the last Batman-centered DC Universe Movie, it’s an “Elseworlds” tale featuring a Victorian Era Dark Knight. Hush will find the series returning to the present day and set in a much more familiar Gotham City. The comic storyline featured popular Bat baddies like Poison Ivy, Ra’s al Ghul and the Joker, but it’s also well known for introducing the villain it’s named after—the bandage-faced Hush. While a child version of the character has made a couple of appearances on Gotham and Hush has appeared in video games like the Arkham and LEGO Batman titles, he’s never before appeared in a DC Universe Movie.

But wait, there’s more…

Yes, typically WBHE releases three DC Universe Movies each year, but 2019 is special and we’re getting a fourth. For the first time since her fan-favorite 2009 animated movie, Wonder Woman will take center stage in an original animated movie called Wonder Woman: Bloodlines. Not much is known about this mysterious—but very exciting—bonus movie, but expect to learn more next year.

Further details are expected to be released in the coming months for all four upcoming DC Universe Movie titles, including cast details, release dates and trailers. Stay tuned to The World’s Finest for more content, images, videos and exclusive content.

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DC Universe Subscription Service Available For Pre-Order, Will Cost $7.99/Month, Or $74.99/Year

DC Entertainment has released pricing details and additional programming notes for its upcoming DC Universe proprietary streaming service, which will launch with the live-action series Titans later this year. A trailer for DC Universe’s first series was also released, and is available below. The Young Justice: Outsiders, originally set for a 2018 debut, and Harley Quinn animated series will debut in 2019. Complete press details are available below, along with new imagery.

DC Universe Digital Subscription Service Now Available for Pre-Order
First DC Universe Original – Titans Releases First Trailer to Celebrate Pre-Order Launch!
Annual Memberships On Sale for $74.99

Pre-Order by July 22, 2018 for a Chance to Win Two Tickets
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Batman Beyond, Batman: The Brave and the Bold, and
Justice League the Animated Series Join Digital Service Line Up
Pre-Order available at DCUniverse.com as well as at DC Booth at SDCC

Fans looking to experience the first-of-its-kind digital subscription service that is DC Universe are one step closer today. Slated for release in fall 2018, fans in the United States can now pre-order DC Universe at DCUNIVERSE.com for the yearly membership fee of $74.99 (plus tax, if applicable in your state). Monthly memberships will be available at launch for $7.99 a month.

To celebrate today’s pre-order availability, DC Universe and Warner Bros. Television released a first-look at the upcoming exclusive original series Titans with the trailer premiere. The highly anticipated series will debut on the digital service in the fall of 2018. In addition, more fan-favorite DC library content has been confirmed for the DC Universe line-up, including Batman Beyond (1999), Justice League the Animated Series (2001-04) and Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2008-11).

As an added pre-order bonus, DC Universe is offering The Aquaman Premiere Sweepstakes*. Fans who pre-order between Thursday, July 19 (9:30 a.m. PT) and Sunday, July 22 (5 p.m. PT) will be automatically entered for a chance to win two tickets to the U.S. premiere of the Warner Bros. Pictures film Aquaman in December 2018.

Comic-Con attendees who visit the DC booth #1915 and pre-order, will receive an exclusive collectible t-shirt. Fans can also visit the DC Universe Experience at the Hilton San Diego Gaslamp Quarter to immerse themselves in content from the upcoming service and literally walk through the new originals, beloved classics and iconic comics.

Fans who pre-order a yearly membership before the service’s launch in fall 2018 will get an additional three months of DC Universe for free. Annual memberships will go live with product availability in the fall.

DC UniverseDC Universe will be available in fall 2018 as a direct-to-consumer digital service, backed by Warner Bros. Digital Networks and built by Warner Bros. Digital Labs. Fans who sign up for memberships will enjoy new original live-action and animated series, classic TV series and films, a curated selection of comic books, breaking news, an expansive encyclopedia, and access to exclusive merchandise. Additional fan features include opportunities to connect with others in the DC community, earn premium rewards and participate in sweepstakes and contests.

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DC Entertainment, home to iconic brands DC (Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, the Flash), DC Vertigo (Sandman, Fables) and MAD, is the creative division charged with strategically integrating across Warner Bros. and WarnerMedia. DC Entertainment works in concert with many key Warner Bros. divisions to unleash its stories and characters across all media, including but not limited to film, television, consumer products, home entertainment, and interactive games. Publishing thousands of comic books, graphic novels and magazines each year, DC Entertainment is one of the largest English-language publishers of comics content in the world.

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