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Hotel Transylvania: Transformania Poster Debuts, Film Out January 14th
The film debuts on Amazon Prime Video on January 14th, and a poster for the film is here This one will put the focus on Dracula (Adam Sandler) and the relationship he tries to have with his human son-in-law (Andy Samberg) when the monsters become human, and he becomes a monster Additional voices in the cast[...]
I Want You Back Trailer Debuts, Hits Amazon Prime Video February 11th
I Want You Back, a new romantic ensemble comedy coming to Amazon Prime Video, debuted its trailer today. Big Time Adolescence helmer Jason Orley will direct the film from a script by Love, Simon co-writers, and This Is Us co-showrunners Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger[...]
I Know What You Did Last Summer
It's available to stream on Amazon Prime Video. When it comes to trying to capture the vision of I Know What You Did Last Summer author Lois Duncan and updating it with contemporary themes from showrunner Sara Goodman, cinematographer Anka Malatynska took on the challenge of making the Amazon television adaptation feel as cinematic as[...]
Always Jane: Trans Coming-Of-Age Docuseries Premiering On  Amazon
Amazon Prime Video announced the upcoming four-part docuseries Always Jane, which follows transgender teenager Jane Noury and her family as she nears graduation and prepares to leave the nest in a true coming-of-age story This intimate and unguarded look at the Nourys reveals a family with unconditional love that shines through as they tackle obstacles[...]
Welcome To The Blumhouse: The Manor Trailer Debuts
Welcome To The Blumhouse will return to Amazon Prime Video this October with a new run of films, and the trailers for all four have been released The fourth film that saw its trailer released is for The Manor, starring horror icon Barbara Hershey Set at an assisted living facility, this one sees Hershey experiences[...]
Welcome To The Blumhouse: Madres Trailer Debuts
Welcome To The Blumhouse will return to Amazon Prime Video this October with a new run of films, and the trailers for all four have been released This film, Madres, will be one of the second set of entries and is directed by Ryan Zarazoga This one is a period piece, set in 1970's California[...]
Welcome To The Blumhouse: Black As Night
Welcome To The Blumhouse will debut the next run of four films this October on Amazon Prime Video, and the trailers for all four films have been released The second trailer released is for the film Black As Night, directed by Maritte Lee Go In this film, we have vampires! This is going to be[...]
Them: Covenant Is What Happens When Horror Is Done Well: Review
Them: Covenant, on Amazon Prime Video, has raised the bar for horror and anthology up significantly for the television and streaming industry The series, with all 10 episodes able to stream starting April 9th, dives into the horrific and intricate ways humanity has used difference and racism to the advantage of white people- in this[...]
The Expanse: Why Season 5 Finale Shocker Felt Cheap [SPOILERS]
With Amazon Prime Video and Alcon's releasing the season five finale of The Expanse, there's definitely tons to unload on with the series' defining war Before I begin my rant, I would like to say "Nemesis Games" was a wonderfully done episode with everyone involved putting out some of the best sci-fi on television and[...]