Devils, dogs, demons and dreams are all floating in the newsfeeds right now, and Tim Murr brings them all together for The Week in Horror.
There was nothing naughty about The Grinch’s success this weekend, as the new animated film found families flocking to theatres.
If the new Halloween film showed us anything, it’s that a mass audience is ready and willing to come out to see a classic horror franchise rebooted.
Families aren’t going to be grumpy this weekend, as The Grinch is hitting theatres just in time for the holidays. He’s a naughty one, to be sure.
‘The Cremators’ is hiding a fairly decent story beneath its low-budget trappings of fireballs, flashlights, and hippies by a lake.
With WWE’s ‘Crown Jewel’ event in the history books, Richard Kirwin wonders: did WWE do the right thing by bringing pro wrestling to Saudia Arabia?
A superstar creative team brings DC’s favourite space cop back to his intergalactic roots in a new series that focusses on sci-fi cop procedural drama…and ring-slinging action!
Luca Guadagnino’s reimagining of ‘Suspiria’ oozes love for the original, expanding on its themes and creating a film thoughtful and gorgeous.
In this edition of Heroes and Villans, E.A. Henson looks at upcoming Dark Horse books “William Gibson’s Alien 3” and “God of War #1”.
‘Songs in the Key of X’ returns to discuss the dark glory that is Tears for Fears, and giving you five of their songs to listen and brood through.
Just when I think I have reached the end of the weird sub-genre indie game deep end, I swim a little further out and find something like Monster Loves You … Continue reading In The Game: Monster Loves You For The Nintendo Switch Reviewed
A brief appreciation of U2: Rattle and Hum, which turned 30 years old this weekend, and presented the band on tour supporting The Joshua Tree.