Last weekend’s big movies managed to maintain their spots at the box office for the second weekend in a row, while this weekend’s new releases really didn’t make much of a dent at all.
A slew of new releases head enter the box office fray, including First Man, but none of them with the real hype that both Venom and A Star Is Born continue to have going on.
This week in horror, an look at Pet Sematary, Venom’s numbers, the passing of Scott Wilson, and much more!
To say that Sony’s Venom has bite would actually be understating things quite a bit, as the Rueben Fleischer-directed, Tom Hardy-starring film webbed up the biggest October debut in history.
Venom suffers from a slow start, but once the film gets rolling in the second act, it becomes a fun and entertaining addition to the superhero genre.
It’s a HUGE weekend at the box office, as Sony tries to get audiences to embrace the anti-hero that is Venom, while Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga team up for their Oscar-buzz film, A Star Is Born.
In The Week in Horror, Tim Murr looks at the weekend numbers for Mandy, The Predator, and The Nun, and shares the practical news about Swamp Thing.
A new trailer for the upcoming Venom movie just arrived, giving us our biggest look yet at Tom Hardy starring as our favourite symbiote.
Go behind the scenes with the critically acclaimed comic Venom #1 with writer Donny Cates, a story that’s been 1,000 years in the making.
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If you want to judge a movie by its trailer, then we should all be applauding at how damn entertaining this horror-esque take on Marvel’s anti-hero Venom looks. I think this is going to make up for Spider-Man 3, don’t you?
On The Week in Horror, we’ve got streaming news, a Blu-ray release, a new trailer, major casting news for Venom, and more.