The third entry in the …Has Fallen franchise arrived on top of the box office, while a new horror offering couldn’t find a wider audience.
When you’re on the move at Fan Expo with a 9-year-old with boundless energy, you want to keep up with her as best possible, which meant lots of walking around, taking in the sights of the event while also standing in lines.
The Princess and I made it through Day One of Fan Expo Canada with our wallets a little lighter and our collections a little larger.
We’ve entered the dog days of summer at the box office, where all the big blockbusters have been unleashed and studios are releasing smaller fare. That being said, Ready or Not is definitely one movie well worth catching for horror and thriller fans.
Clay McLeod Chapman brings body horror to Absolute Carnage, while Nick Spencer pens a solid sequel to Kraven’s Last Hunt
There were surprises this weekend at the box office, as one film managed to top the box office while another couldn’t find its wings.
There are quite a few new movies hitting theatres this weekend with something for everyone. However, don’t expect any of them to deliver big numbers.
Donny Cates is riding high at Marvel thanks to Absolute Carnage and his winning take on Thanos.
While The Curse of La Llorona is standard B-horror stuff, the bonus features on the Blu-ray add some intrigue to the tale.
While you’re not taking on the Manson Family or David Koresh, The Church in the Darkness feels very grounded in the reality of cults and those that can be swayed into their grasps.
While there were a host of new releases at the box office this weekend, none of them were able to take down the Rock N Statham Connection.
It’s going to be an interesting weekend at the box office, as a host of new films are entering the arena. Will any of them be able to take down Hobbs and Shaw?