As the Fantastic Four prepare to make their return to the Marvel Universe, Marvel is proud to present a Fantastic Four teaser trailer celebrating new adventures of Reed, Sue, Ben, and Johnny!
Kill or Be Killed was marketed as “the greatest Hollywood martial arts movie ever made!” But we’re here to tell you that is definitely not the case.
Let’s not waste our words. The final trailer for Deadpool 2 gives us a team in X-Force, a villain in Cable, some LL COOL J and digs at DC and Thanos, and lots and lots of action. It looks…freakin’ awesome!
800 issues? The end of the Dan Slot era of the Amazing Spider-Man? It’s all coming down next month with The Amazing Spider-Man #800.
Professional wrestler Bruno Sammartino, the Italian Superman, has passed away at the age of 82. He was a graceful beast who caught the world’s attention in 1959, when he set a new world record for weightlifting, bench-pressing a mind-boggling 565 pounds.
As someone who wasn’t a fan of Jurassic World, let me say right now that this final trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom looks absolutely great.
Today marks a very special occasion: DC Comics’ publication of the 1000th issue of Action Comics, the monthly series that started it all for Superman, decades ago.
Celebrate Carol Danvers’ (a.k.a. Captain Marvel) 50th anniversary this summer with a series of variant covers from Marvel Comics.
Rampage squeaked to number one but there was a surprise contender in the mix. Check out how our predictions compared to the final box office numbers.
Hello, freaks and fiends! This week in horror we get you smelling good in preparation for a couple of big releases. Plus, there’s some Henry Rollins related news! The essence … Continue reading The Week In Horror: BPAL, ‘Robot Ninja’ Returns, ‘(S)He Never Died’ + More
I previously reviewed Ted Geoghegan’s Mohawk after seeing it on the big screen at The Palace in Syracuse NY. I was very moved by this picture, and raved about it. … Continue reading ‘Mohawk’ Arrives on Blu-Ray
When we think of Las Vegas, what quickly comes to mind is the gambling, bright lights, and crime. Brian Rouff’s book, The House Always Wins: A Vegas Ghost Story, gives us a peek into the gritty side of Vegas from the eyes of a small town reporter’s point of view.