It was a big weekend for adult dramas at the box office and a pretty disappointing one for a would-be franchise.
There are two new high profile movies hitting theatres this weekend – one a biofilm, the other a reboot of a female-fronted franchise.
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.
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.
It was a total disaster at the box office this weekend for Terminator: Dark Fate. There’s just no way around it.
It’s supposed to be a big weekend at the box office, but all signs are pointing to it being less than expected, even with a new Terminator film entering the fray.
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?
Haunted houses, creepy towns, and the latest series from Eibon Press take the spooky spotlight as Halloween approaches The Week in Horror.
There are so many different things going on ‘Making Monsters’ that one film can’t hold them all. And this one doesn’t. It’s still a fun watch.
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.