It’s very rare for a trilogy nowadays in just about any medium to come around and absolutely nail it from beginning to end. When the original Rise of the Planet of the Apes was announced, it was met with much skepticism as we all had that sour taste in our mouths from the Tim Burton remake. No one expected it to be such an excellent character driven film, and same goes for the superb 2nd entry, Da...[Read More]
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 announces its intention to be different from other Marvel Universe movies with its opening fight. As the majority of our heroes (Star-Lord (Peter Quill), Gamora, Drax, and Rocket) take on a giant tentacle creature seeking some interstellar battery things, Baby Groot connects the two wires to start a music track. As the fight rages on around him, the camera follows Ba...[Read More]
Woody Harrelson (Zombieland, True Detective, Now You See Me) is joining the cast of the upcoming Han Solo film due next year.
With a wider release planned for later in January, anime publisher Viz Media has today announced a premiere event for its upcoming release of Sailor Moon R: The Movie, which will give fans in Los Angeles plenty to look forward to.
Anime publisher Aniplex of America announced yesterday, that the highly-anticipated film, Sword Art Online the Movie -Ordinal Scale-, would be heading to theaters across the US, in the second week of March 2017.
Well it seems James Gunn is back at it again. The Belko Experiment (written by Gunn) is the new action horror film directed by Greg McLean. A red-band trailer dropped today, and boy does it look like a bloody good time. The film’s premise seems fairly simple: employees from Belko, a non-profit organization, are somehow trapped inside the building and being told by a mysterious voice to kill each o...[Read More]
I will start this review by letting you all know it may be colored by the fact that I’m a HUGE Potterhead…so make of that what you will! How is J.K. Rowlings new movie Fantastic Beats and Where to Find Them. You’re about to find out in my review!
The King of the Monsters is reborn again, but does this new interpretation live up to the hype?
From the past to the future, and to Hell and back… witness the triumphant travels of history's most significant slackers Bill & Ted, in a bodacious, two-film Blu-ray set that'll have you tuning up your air guitar for a stellar solo!
Back in the 80’s, we took a lot of things for granted with films – like time travelling in a DeLorean, realizing that vampires can come from Santa Clara, and, yes, that an alien can use a Speak and Spell to call his home. The Bill and Ted movies are kind of like that, following a young Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter as two dunderheads that not only travel through time, but also get killed and ...[Read More]
For the most part, a lot of fans may have experienced Transformers through probably the worst way possible – Michael Bay’s quartet of over-produced, under-written CGI-laden adventures. But, of course, true fans know that the experience began in the 80’s with the animated series, as well as the animated film that made its way into cineplexes in 1986. It didn’t generate millions of...[Read More]