No combination of comics and rock and roll has proved more exciting, more perfect than the story of David Bowie and the artistry of Michael Allred.
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.
Can a sequel to a horror classic scare up an audience, or will a holiday rom-com make off with the top spot at the box office this weekend?
With Doctor Sleep, writer/director Mike Flanagan delivers a superior sequel that honours the work of both Stephen King and Stanley Kubrick.
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.
Dan Slott’s Amazing Spider-Man run came to an end with a fantastic storyline that recently made its way into a must-read softcover.
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.
The first trailer for the original Netflix series The Witcher has just arrived and for anybody with a Game of Thrones itch to scratch, this looks like it just might do the trick.
If you’re not taking the kids trick or treating, there are some solid video games that you can enjoy instead, including Luigi’s Mansion 3 for the Switch
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?