Casey Bowman vs. Casey Ryback

Two men with girly sounding names but with a particular set of skills which make them deadly to their enemies. Casey Bowman (Scott Adkins) is the protagonist in the Ninja movies directed by Isaac Florentine and Casey Ryback (St...
by Eoin Friel



Expendables Premiere: John Matrix vs. Dutch Schaefer

A while back we did a vs. blog featuring these two characters, however our buddies over at Expendables Premiere are running a rather awesome tournament at the moment where you are able to vote for yourselves. It’s at a cr...
by Eoin Friel


Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden (2012) TV Version Vs. DC Cut

The film Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden was shown in US television on November 4th, 2012 (two days before the presidential election) on National Geographic. It was the channel’s first film in feature length. I...
by Weasel



Superman 2: Donner VS Lester

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The Verdict: 5 / 5 - A Classic!
by J-Man


Hulk 2003 vs. The Incredible Hulk 2008

Few people talk about The Incredible Hulk from 2008 and focus more on Iron Man and Thor, but to me The Incredible Hulk delivered in nearly every way. Even fewer people talk about Ang Lee’s 2003 Hulk movie which I also think i...
by Eoin Friel



The Dark Knight Trilogy vs. The Iron Man Trilogy

Marvel and DC comics have been duking it out for nearly 75 years now. They have each taken their turns at ripping the other’s ideas off, while each creating their fair share of both legends and losers. In this amount of time,...
by Brian M


The Expendables: Theatrical vs. Director’s Cut

Normally when you see “Unrated” it usually just means a bit of CG blood and some swearing added to a movie but in the case of The Expendables, the Extended Director’s Cut is a very different film. The story is the same, b...
by Eoin Friel



Days of Future Past Theatrical vs. Rogue Cut

I picked up the extended Rogue Cut of X-Men Days: Days of Future Past the other day so I thought I’d put a piece together to see if it was worth purchasing. The short answer is yes, it is very much worth picking up. Although ...
by Eoin Friel


Franchise Wars: Bloodsport vs. Kickboxer Sequels

Bear in mind this is not about the Jean-Claude Van Damme movies Bloodsport and Kickboxer, but actually their sequels which vary in quality but still manage to have some entertainment value. The stars of these sequels are Daniel...
by Eoin Friel



The Driver (1978) vs. Vanishing Point (1971)

There are few things better in this world than car movies and The Driver and Vanishing Point are two of the very best, but which is the better movie? “The Driver” is a specialist in a rare business: he drives getawa...
by Eoin Friel