Is The Mandalorian better than previous Star Wars television ventures like The Star Wars Holiday Special and Ewoks: Caravan of Courage/Battle For Endor? Without a doubt, yes (not that those are high bars to clear).
Trailers galore for some upcoming titles, a big sale on Arrow and Criterion Blu-rays and more in The Week in Horror.
For all the critical accolades directed its way, Doctor Sleep, Mike Flanagan’s adaptation of Stephen King’s 2013 sequel to The Shining, had a disastrous opening weekend.
Can a sequel to a horror classic scare up an audience, or will a holiday rom-com make off with the top spot at the box office this weekend?
With Doctor Sleep, writer/director Mike Flanagan delivers a superior sequel that honours the work of both Stephen King and Stanley Kubrick.
We’ve finally got a trailer for the Blumhouse-produced The Invisible Man!
With RAW, SmackDown, NXT and AEW, the new normal of wrestling is that there is A LOT of wrestling to keep up with.
Undiscovered Country from Charles Soule and Scott Snyder arrives and is deserves all the hype.
Hobbs & Shaw is the sort of movie you don’t need (or should want) to think too hard about. Instead, you sit back and revel in the extreme action.
Red Letter Day ratchets up the paranoia, big laughs, and practical gore effects to create a wild and unique horror experience.
Dan Slott’s Amazing Spider-Man run came to an end with a fantastic storyline that recently made its way into a must-read softcover.
Edge of the Axe comes to Blu-ray, Godzilla sales, and more in The Week in Horror.