Sony have revealed the release date for their upcoming solo ‘Venom’ movie. The movie will be released October 5th 2018 and will be written by Scott Rosenberg and Jeff Pinkner. It will NOT be part of the MCU and will act as a solo franchise for Sony in it’s own self-contained universe!


“It’s the parts I get. A human being is a complex organism, there’s no reason a movie character who is a human being should be different. I am very blessed. Because those are the parts that are interesting to work on. I spend a good portion of my life with these characters. If they were flat and one-dimensional, I would have a very boring life.”

— Christoph Waltz

Carnage is a mockumentary set in a post-meat Britain, where the whole nation has turned vegan. It is an extremely clever film which is in turns profound, hilarious and disturbing. The film is well acted and Simon Amstell himself narrates it masterfully, managing to make society as it is today sound foreign and pointing out the absurdity of our way of thinking and eating. He isn’t afraid to poke fun at the vegan community at the same time  as helping us all reflect on what carnism is and what a vegan society might look like. The film does contain some short graphic scenes, but I honestly cannot recommend it enough. Simon Amstell: Carnage is currently streaming on iPlayer and Vimeo. 

The state of Marvel right now

I don’t even hate things like Secret Empire, and I’m actually kind of looking forward to the Ben Reilly book, but overall it’s just so depressing.