We take a gander at The Heart is a Rebel, a family drama from Billy Graham Ministries, and ponder the conundrum of reviewing faith-based films in a post-modern world.
n this week’s edition of Actor Trading Cards with Leo Craven, we look at the brand new Lando Calrissian, Donald Glover.
In this week’s The Week In Horror, Lars Von Trier creates controversy, Godzilla has a change of plans, and Wes Craven’s Swamp Thing gets the Blu treatment.
It was a big weekend for Ryan Reynolds, as Deadpool 2 managed to score the second largest opening for an R-rated film in North American box office history.
Unlike Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams, I’m just not a game night person. However, I was into Game Night, which recently arrived on home video following a successful theatrical run.
Can a film that is rated 18A, based on a beloved comic book character, filled with violence, profanity, dismemberment and sex jokes really give an insightful look into the importance of family?
Deadpool 2 arrives in theaters with a ton of buzz and good will from an audience that absolutely embraced the character when the first film arrived back in the winter of 2016.
1983’s Mausoleum doesn’t make a lick of sense, but fans of old-school drive-in horror might find some enjoyment in its practical makeup effects and general silliness.
In this edition of Actor Trading Cards, Leo Craven puts the spotlight on Josh Brolin, currently starring as Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War and Cable in Deadpool 2.
The internet needs to calm down about reshoots and teaser trailers because there is real news to discuss on this edition of The Week in Horror.
It was another big money weekend for the film that brings the Marvel Cinematic Universe to a (temporary) crashing halt, as Avengers: Infinity War spent another weekend in the top spot at the box office.
It’s the final weekend before Deadpool 2 hits, which means Avengers: Infinity War will most definitely hold on to the top spot for a third and final time, before giving up the ghost.