This weekend sees the release of one of the most anticipated films of 2018 with Halloween, a direct sequel to the 1978 John Carpenter classic starring Jamie Lee Curtis and directed by David Gordon Green. Make no mistake, this movie is going to be making all the money.
Scribblenauts Mega Pack combines two games, Unlimited and Unmasked that have been available on mobile, and that have now made their way on to the Nintendo Switch.
Last weekend’s big movies managed to maintain their spots at the box office for the second weekend in a row, while this weekend’s new releases really didn’t make much of a dent at all.
One of the most anticipated video game of the season (and by that, I mean the Season of the Witch, Samhain, Halloween, ya dig?) is Call of Cthulhu: The Official Video Game.
Biff Bam Pop!’s Princess returns with her latest video, where she shares fan mail AND her fairly amusing imitation of Harley Quinn.
A slew of new releases head enter the box office fray, including First Man, but none of them with the real hype that both Venom and A Star Is Born continue to have going on.
Over the years, when films have come my way starring Michael Ironside, I’ve begged and pleaded (usual in a professional manner…usually) with our PR reps to let me interview the man. Finally, with Ironside starring in the new film Knuckleball, the opportunity came my way this week, and I jumped on it.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve always found the original Pet Sematary to be a damn frightening film, so I curious to see how this new version stacks up.
Now entering it’s 26th year, Rendezvous with Madness 2018 includes media installations, visual art, theatre, film, panel discussions and in-conversation events.
To say that Sony’s Venom has bite would actually be understating things quite a bit, as the Rueben Fleischer-directed, Tom Hardy-starring film webbed up the biggest October debut in history.
In today’s 31 Days of Horror installment, we look at the enduring legacy of the vampire bunny Bunnicula, who’s been drinking the juices of vegetables for decades.
A new, 5-minute long look at James Wan’s Aquaman has just arrived, giving us a great look at Jason Momoa and Amber Herd as Arthur Curry and Mera, respectively.