Image has had a slew of strong, genre-bending releases as of late, and Lighthouse is a worthy addition to anyone’s pull list.
Marie Gilbert shares her thoughts on the controversial new Amazon Prime series, Them.
Hell & Gone feels incredibly organic and also like something of a missing chapter for both titles nailing the tone of each series perfectly.
The new trailer for Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead has arrived and shows out what Dave Bautista and his crew have to deal with in Vegas.
This week’s edition of The Week In Horror has the first details about a couple of very cool film fests!
There’s lots of good to be found in Geoff Johns and Gary Frank’s new book Geiger, but is it enough?
E.A. Henson looks at a new Hot Toy take on classic Iron Man along with a great Fleischer-inspired Superman set from Mezco.
Hunt for the Wilderpeople could have been one of those boring adventure films where the child outsmarts and embarrasses the adults. It’s not.
E.A. Henson looks at the myriad of Star Trek projects that are currently in development.
This Week In Horror has a bit of a Canadian focus with news about The Last of Us, horror at the Canadian Screen Awards, and The Handmaids Tale!
Cullen Bunn and Jon Davis-Hunt’s Shadowman #1 for Valiant Comics is a good gateway book for new readers
What happens when a group of street urchins are hired by the mysterious Dr. Watson? We get a well written series called The Irregulars.