Modern Myth MediaSuicide Squad MMM Podcast #260: SUICIDE SQUAD Non-Spoiler Review, Q&A written by Sean Gerber August 3, 2016 Sean Gerber offers his non-spoiler review of Suicide Squad, the latest film in the DC Extended Universe. Critics have mostly panned the film on Rotten Tomatoes as new “troubled production” rumors are spreading. It’s time to see if this movie is closer to what you’ve seen in trailers or what you’ve read in early reviews. Plus, your non-spoiler questions about Suicide Squad and its impact on the state of the DCEU are answered! Subscribe to the MMM podcast! iTunes SoundCloud Google Play Stitcher RSS MMM Podcast #260: SUICIDE SQUAD Non-Spoiler Review, Q&A was last modified: August 3rd, 2016 by Sean Gerber Related 1 comment 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Sean Gerber Sean Gerber is the founder and editor-in-chief of Modern Myth Media. When he's not writing here, you can catch him as the host of Popular Opinion Podcast, Batman News, and Marvel News! previous post Marvel Has Two AVENGERS Movies Scheduled, But Only One INFINITY WAR next post Open Forum: SUICIDE SQUAD You may also like MMM #245: 5th Annual State Of The... March 24, 2015 MMM Podcast #178: ARROW Season 2 Review May 18, 2014 MMM Podcast #145: BREAKING BAD October 6, 2013 MMM Podcast #263: Summer 2016 Movie Recap August 30, 2016 MMM & BOF Podcast, Episode 66: Batman... April 25, 2012 MMM #266: ‘Logan’ and ‘Power Rangers’ trailer... January 19, 2017 Meet The Official SUICIDE SQUAD Featuring Will... December 2, 2014 MMM #219: AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON Trailer,... October 27, 2014 Open Forum: SUICIDE SQUAD August 4, 2016 MMM #200: Superhero Movie Legacies July 7, 2014 SeanLM This movie sounds like a massive bait-and-switch. The Joker is clearly advertised as the main villain and he’s in it for 12 minutes and is not even in the plot. Instead you’ve got some lady summoning (literally) faceless drones. It’s sold as funny but all the jokes are in the trailer. It’s sold as quirky and off-beat but how does it end? With a massive beam of light shooting into the heavens. Yep, never seen that before. I cannot wait to see the Cinemascore rating after opening night.