This weekend, things will likely be crazy at movies theaters , as Crazy Rich Asians looks to claim the top spot at the box office.
Biff Bam Pop staff and contributors share their thoughts on the voice and the influence of the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin.
There is a lot to love and admire when watching Disney’s Christopher Robin, yet Scotty G never felt the film was clicking on all cylinders.
The extraordinary team of writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Michael Gaydos return to their Jinxworld roots with the new creator-owned and aptly named series, Pearl.
We’ve got a chance for you to win one of two copies of Iain Reid’s new book, Foe, which is available now from Simon and Schuster.
It’s social media and superheroes in this week’s installment of Heroes & Villains, as E.A. Henson looks at Crowded #1 from Image and Sequart’s Humans and Paragons: Essays on Super-Hero Justice.
There’s something to be respected about The Gore Gore Girls, a lack of discernible attitude and a willingness to throw everything possible at the screen and see what sticks, only to slide slowly down, leaving a trail of goo in its wake.
The Arrow Video Blu-Ray release of Massimo Dallamano’s ‘What Have They Done to Your Daughters?’ is gorgeous and informative, but the special features may be better than the actual film.
On Monday, we lost Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart, one of the most charismatic wrestlers ever and someone that embodied that spirit of tag team wrestling.
These new images from the upcoming Netflix series, ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,’ make us more excited for the show’s premiere in October than we already were, and that’s saying a lot.
Despite the audio issues that gave Robin Renée and Mary McGinley a bit of an echo effect, this episode of The Leftscape is well worth an attentive listen.
When you’re wrong, you’re wrong, and in the case of The Meg, this week’s number one film at the box office, I was definitely off with my prediction.
Seth A Smith’s superb horror film, The Crescent, is a challenging watch, not afraid to withhold its secrets until it’s damned well good and ready to reveal them. There’s no … Continue reading ‘The Crescent’ is a Terrifying Trip Into the Depths of Grief