We say hello to a new Halloween poster and goodbye to Ash vs. Evil Dead on this week’s installment of The Week in Horror.
Things certainly weren’t quiet at the box office this weekend, as A Quiet Place returned to the top of the box office after a week’s respite. Meanwhile, Amy Schumer’s latest wasn’t a draw, while a cult classic proved profitable. Here’s what went down.
It’s the calm before the war this weekend, even with two new releases looking for your hard earned dollars at the box office this weekend. Will a sequel to a cult comedy favourite make a dent? What about I Feel Pretty, the latest from Amy Schumer?
It seems like every day there is something new on Netflix. This trend shows no signs of stopping; Netflix has several promising looking TV series and original content being added throughout the next few months. And we’ve got trailers!
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.
It seems like only December that Dwayne Johnson was making all the money with Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle. Now, The Rock is back and hoping to make a monkey out of the competition.
The Warriors AlamoCity is a feature length fan film that adds some backstory to the original with a little retconning for good measure.
For a film that’s gone through so much drama behind the scenes, Solo: A Star War Story is definitely delivering when it comes to solid trailers.
On The Week in Horror, we’ve got streaming news, a Blu-ray release, a new trailer, major casting news for Venom, and more.
We know that a bad horror film can still find an audience on opening weekend, but what happens when a good genre film enter the fray? Audiences respond. Loudly.
Horror looks to be leading the charge this weekend, as a brand new property and NOT a sequel enters the box office race. Will ‘ ‘A Quiet Place’ make an impact? Here’s our prediction:
Audiences were ready for Steven Spielberg’s return to blockbuster filming, as Ready Player One raced its way to the top of the box office in its opening weekend. Here’s what went down: