Sometimes TV crossovers and spinoffs not only suck, they do it so hard they retroactively ruin the original.
Kids can fly magic broomsticks and dogs are the hardest ballers outside of Rucker Park. That's about as far as we'll allow movies to push it.
Death, apparently, meant very little to these filmmakers.
As superhero movies get more and more faithful to the source material, masks are starting to get neglected.
This particular theory pertains to two things that are very near and dear to me: Horror movies, and your genitalia.
Once the credits roll, everything goes to shit, man.
To learn more about this underappreciated craft, we talked to industry veteran Dino DiMuro, who has over 200 film and TV credits to his name.