Sometimes a film angers you so much, you have to sit down in front of your computer and just get it all out. Terminator: Dark Fate is one such film.
It was a bit of a surprise at the box office this weekend, as the expected number one had to settle for second place. Joke’s on that movie, I guess?
With Girl on the Third Floor, director and co-writer Travis Stevens has crafted a solid Lovecraft-esque haunted house film that delivers an omnipresent feeling of unease.
Arriving in Toronto in a limited release is Jojo Rabbit, the new Taika Waititi film which tells the story of a young boy in World War II whose imaginary friend is Adolf Hitler.
Gerry Duggan has done a great job in ensuring the feeling of Marauders #1 is right in sync with the world Jonathan Hickman has established.
While it wasn’t a horrible weekend at the box office, it wasn’t a huge one for the duo of debuts that arrived.
While there’s so much to love about David Fincher’s Se7en, today we’re celebrating its legendary opening credits.
Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered brings the beloved game back to life for its 10th anniversary.
It’s a big weekend at the box office, with two sequels looking to scare up some decent dollars. Only one can hit the top, though, and it should do it with a semi-magical debut.
Check out the trailer for HBO’s adaptation of Stephen King’s The Outsider, coming January 2020.
X-Men #1 is a solid issue building on the foundation that’s been laid out by Jonathan Hickman.
Tomorrow sees the release of X-Men #1, and the fine folks at Marvel has sent over a great trailer to get us psyched.