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The First Poster for Godzilla vs. Kong Trailer This Saturday

The First Poster for Godzilla vs. Kong, Trailer This Saturday

We knew it was coming as soon as they announced the new release date, but we finally know when the first trailer for Godzilla vs. Kong is coming, and we have the first poster. Ever since Warner Bros. and HBO Max announced their decision to make all of their 2021 releases a hybrid release that […]

Kyle Gallner Talks The Cleansing Hour Experiences and the New Scream

Kyle Gallner Talks The Cleansing Hour Experiences and the New Scream

The Cleansing Hour has proven itself to be an indie-horror gem for its use of practical effects and a standout cast, with veteran horror actor Kyle Gallner playing a key factor in the possession film. Gallner, who has made a reputation for himself through films like The Haunting in Connecticut, Jennifer's Body, and A Nightmare […]

Monster Hunter Hits 4K Blu-ray On March 2nd

Monster Hunter Hits 4K Blu-ray On March 2nd

Those who did not see Monster Hunter in theaters will now have your shot at home. The film will come to 4K, Blu-ray, DVD, and digital on March 2nd. The film was delayed a couple of times because of the pandemic, did not perform to what the studio was hoping it would. One wonders why […]

Freaky Blu-ray Details: Deleted Scenes Commentaries &#038 More

Freaky Blu-ray Details: Deleted Scenes, Commentaries, & More

Freaky hits Blu-ray on February 9th, after hitting digital services on January 26th. The disc details are now out, and we now know that there will be three deleted scenes, a few different featurettes on the making of the film, and a commentary with director Christopher Landon. Commentaries are not always included on disc anymore, […]

New Michael Myers Halloween Kills Image Emerges From The Flames

New Michael Myers Halloween Kills Image Emerges From The Flames

Halloween Kills will finally unleash Michael Myers back into our theaters and our hearts in October, after a year-long delay due to the pandemic. When we last left Michael Myers, he was burning alive in the remote home of Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis), who was escaping in the back of a pick-up truck with her […]

Everything Coming To Disney+ In February: The Muppet Show

Everything Coming To Disney+ In February: The Muppet Show!

The list of entertainment coming to Disney+ in February has been released, and the most important one is this: all five seasons of The Muppet Show. Who cares what else is coming? This is all that matters, and everything is already getting better for the world, and it has only been two hours since…well, you […]

Colin Trevorrow Says Jurassic World Trilogy Will Conclude Franchise

Colin Trevorrow Says Jurassic World Trilogy Will Conclude Franchise

We've had the pleasure of experiencing Jurassic Park films for nearly two decades, and after the upcoming sixth film, the franchise could be getting some sense of closure.  Originally hitting theatres in 1993, Jurassic Park was a Steven Speilberg project on a budget of $63 million, going on to earn hit the massive billion-dollar achievement […]

Jeffrey Howard Talks Scrapped I Know What You Did Last Summer Film

Jeffrey Howard Talks Scrapped I Know What You Did Last Summer Film

With the revival of horror properties like Halloween and Scream, the resurrection of I Know What You Did Last Summer was practically inevitable. While the franchise will next take a stab at being a television adaptation for Amazon, there were original plans for an almost soft-reboot of the fictional world. In 2014, after the film […]

Locked Down is a Shaggy Dog Screwball Comedy for the Lockdown

Locked Down is a Shaggy Dog Screwball Comedy for the Lockdown

Locked Down is another unexpected production that came out of the lockdown of 2020. Written, financed, and shot within 4 months, it's another British approach to lockdown stories for film and television. Unlike the reactionary and exploitation thriller tropes of the Michael Bay production Songbird, it's a more sedate affair offering a picture of London […]

Zack Snyders Justice League: New Footage Soon &#038 No Post Credits Scene

Zack Snyder's Justice League: New Footage Soon & No Post Credits Scene

To say that Zack Snyder's Justice League is a bit of a mess would not be an understatement, nor is it a condemnation. We are talking about a movie that is four years old being put back together through the footage that was unfinished, footage that was complete, and footage that was recently shot. That's not […]

More Than Miyagi: The Pat Morita Story Chronicles Actors Life

More Than Miyagi: The Pat Morita Story Chronicles Actor's Life

One of the most beloved comedic actors of the 20th century that brought to life two of the most iconic characters in pop culture with TV's Happy Days as Arnold Takahashi and the Karate Kid franchise in Mr. Miyagi through four films, Noriyuki "Pat" Morita became a large than life figure bringing joy to audiences […]

You Have Less Than A Week To Watch Wonder Woman 1984 on HBO Max

You Have Less Than A Week To Watch Wonder Woman 1984 on HBO Max

Consider this your first warning. Those who wish to watch Wonder Woman 1984 on HBO Max now officially have less than a week to do so. The day and date release in theaters, the first in the landmark deal with Warner Bros., will leave the streaming service as of Sunday, January 24th. When it may […]

Ghostbusters: Afterlife Made Ivan Reitman Weep When He Watched It

Ghostbusters: Afterlife Made Ivan Reitman Weep When He Watched It

It was a shame when the pandemic made Ghostbusters: Afterlife delay until 2021, just as the marketing and such for the film was about to kick into high gear. We really have not seen too much from this film yet, as a full trailer never released, and the plot is still very much under wraps. […]

PG: Psycho Goreman &#8211 The Story of a Boy and Girl and their Evil Alien

PG: Psycho Goreman – The Story of a Boy and Girl and their Evil Alien

This week Jason chats with Steven Kostanski, writer and director of the Horror/Comedy PG: Psycho Goreman, which RLJE Films will release in theaters, on-demand, and digital on January 22, 2021. The film stars Matthew Ninaber (Transference), Nita-Josee Hanna (Books of Blood, 4teen), Owen Myre ("NOS4A2", Alternate Ground), Adam Brooks (The Return Father's Day), and Steven Vlahos ("Alien House," The Apprentice). The studio describes the film […]

The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift Slows The Whole Franchise Down

The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift Slows The Whole Franchise Down

Welcome back to my rewatch series of the Fast and Furious franchise – it has been a while, but honestly, I knew Tokyo Drift was going to be a bit of a chore and require quite a bit of inebriation on my part to sit through it. It's a high-budget, low-IQ generic action movie, but […]

MCU DCEU – Perhaps Its Time to Shift Strategy on Superhero Films

MCU, DCEU – Perhaps It's Time to Shift Strategy on Superhero Films

Disney and Warner Bros, can we have a heart-to-heart talk? I get you both have two very profitable cash cows in Marvel and DC you rely so much of your profit revenue on, especially for cinemas for the MCU and DCEU, respectively. Let's face facts here: if movie theatres do recover, how long do you […]

Rogue One: Felicity Jones Reflects Shooting Grim Star Wars Ending

Rogue One: Felicity Jones Reflects Shooting Grim Star Wars Ending

It's no secret the warm reception of Gareth Edwards' standalone Star Wars film in 2016's Rogue One. It certainly belongs in the pantheon of one of the most depressing but inspiring films of the franchise, given its primary characters' fate. While promoting her latest space sci-fi for Netflix in The Midnight Sky, Felicity Jones spoke […]

Napoleon: Netflix Funds Restoration of Abel Gances 1927 Epic

Napoleon: Netflix Funds Restoration of Abel Gance's 1927 Epic

Netflix continues to forge ties with every film industry in the world, including France. This week, the streamer announced it would be financing a new restoration of Abel Gance's 1927 silent epic Napoleon. This is part of Netflix's new partnerships with the French National Film Board (the CNC) and the Cinémathèque Française, a non-profit group […]

New HBO Max Promo Shows Off New Footage from Godzilla vs. Kong &#038 More

New HBO Max Promo Shows Off New Footage from Godzilla vs. Kong & More

Warner Bros's decision to move the entire 2021 slate to the hybrid release model where they will open in theaters and stream to HBO Max has not exactly been a massively popular one. Several members of talent have come out against it, including director Christopher Nolan who called HBO Max the "worst streaming service." In […]

Ryan Coogler: Chadwick Boseman Gave Us An Infinite Amount of Gifts

Ryan Coogler: Chadwick Boseman Gave Us "An Infinite Amount of Gifts"

2020 is the year that took and took far, far too many people from us and not just because a deadly pandemic has killed over two million people worldwide. We also lost a bunch of really fantastic people in the entertainment industry, but the one that really took all of us by surprise was Black […]