With a history of lacklustre box-office, aging stars, a series of failed films and studio indecision, amid controversy and apprehension, the DCEU has finally been rebooted.
Marie Gilbert may love horror stories, but she’s never watching The Exorcist again.
‘Joker’ easily outdistanced the other contenders for the top of the box office this weekend, but the Korean film, ‘Parasite,’ did well in limited release.
If you have yet to see the new ‘Joker’ movie, Tim Murr would like you to keep your opinions about it to yourself. Also: ‘Halloween’ sequel casting news!
‘This Changes Everything’ details the struggle of women in films and television to break through the systemic discrimination of Hollywood.
Universal cancels ‘The Hunt,’ Adam Wingard takes the conn of ‘Event Horizon,’ and Guillermo Del Toro goes noir in The Week in Horror.
Uzo Aduba stars in ‘Miss Virginia,’ an inner-city drama inspired by true events, coming this October from Vertical Entertainment.
We say farewell to one of our favorite actors, Rutger Hauer.
The MCU gets scary, Blumhouse chooses not to kill the Boogeyman, and Scream Factory announces the box set we didn’t know we needed in ‘The Week in Horror.’
The 1960s are back with a vengeance in the new trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s July release, ‘Once Upon A Time in Hollywood.’
‘Blood on Black Wax’ wears its love for horror soundtracks on its cover, and the variety of albums within the book will surely please spooky music fans.
Big news from Arrow Video, WonderCon, and the DCEU as Tim Murr remembers some genre icons while celebrating the drive-in mutants in ‘The Week in Horror.’