It was a solid weekend at the box office, as Universal managed to turn the tide of recently low-performing horror films with the release of The Invisible Man.
The Invisible Man is entering theatres with critical acclaim but at a time when genre films have been seeing some lacklustre numbers.
Producer and co-writer Jordan Peele is bringing us a new Candyman film, directed by Nia DaCosta.
It’s been a while since a horror trailer has really made me cringe, so congrats to Saint Maud for getting it done.
It was an exciting weekend at the box office, as last week’s champ wound up duking it out with a high profile new release for the top spot.
Out now on Blu-ray, Zombieland: Double Tap just feels like a pleasant regurgitation of the first film.
Two new releases arrive this weekend, including The Call of the Wild, the first starring vehicle for Harrison Ford in far too long.
It was a strong weekend at the box office, as one of the most recognizable icons in video games made its big-screen leap.
It’s a big weekend for video game fans, as the live-action Sonic The Hedgehog film arrives on screens. Will anybody check it out?
Well, consider me surprised. I definitely didn’t see this poor showing happening at the box office this weekend for Birds of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation Of One Harley Quinn).
It’s a blockbuster weekend at the box office, as the first comic book film of 2020 arrives with a bang.
There’s a new Saw film coming and it’s got some pretty big names attached to it – Chris Rock and Samuel L. Jackson.