Jedi aren’t supposed to look toward the future, but we are not Jedi.
In just a week, Jordan Peele’s reboot of The Twilight Zone will be here. The show’s first two episodes debut on CBS All Access April 1, and both now have stunning trailers giving us a taste of what to expect when that happens.
Holy shit, y’all. Hopefully, you saw Jordan Peele’s Us this weekend—and, if you did, odds are you can’t stop thinking about it. What did it all mean? Well, we’re here to give you our thoughts and let you talk about yours, because there’s no way any one person could unravel it all or have all the answers.
These days, superhero movies need a little something extra to make them stand out from the pack. They can’t just be a typical, big-budget, flashy action movie. There needs to be a certain level of humor, pathos, or some poignant commentary that takes the film to the next level. In the case of David F. Sandberg’s new…
First, it was Deathstroke, next it was Jericho, and now Ravager is the third member of the Wilson family joining Titans.
Unfortunately, the Darth helmet isn’t actually tailored for Dark Helmet, but it’s still a very cool, exclusive Vader helmet (or “bust,” technically) that the Spaceballs character would probably covet.
Even though Netflix has cancelled all of its Marvel shows over the past few months, fans may still be holding onto the hope they could return. And while that’s nice in theory, the fact Marvel is about to literally sell pieces of the shows back to fans probably isn’t a good sign.
The movie version of The Dark Tower fled across our memories, and the new Amazon television show followed in its path. But some news today has refreshed our excitement once more.
Suffice to say, the success of Wonder Woman and Captain Marvel has made it clear that audiences are all about superhero movies starring women. With that in mind, it’s hardly surprising that Danger Girl is now on the horizon.
Have you been wondering why we haven’t heard much about that upcoming Masters of the Universe movie in a while? Maybe it’s because the filmmakers were waiting for a star to seemingly appear out of nowhere and become He-Man...which may have just happened.
Horror fans are surely going to want to see Jordan Peele’s new movie, Us, no matter what—but what if we told you it had also had a crazy link to The Lost Boys?
Jump in your phone booth and set a course for August 21, 2020, because that’s when Bill and Ted are going to Face the Music. Excellent!
In my opinion, Japanese horror comedy One Cut of the Dead belongs in the pantheon of great zombie movies. It reinvents the genre much like Shaun of the Dead did, adding humor and smarts to the horror, with a whole dose of spoilery surprises. And yet, as of now, there are no plans for a (legal) release stateside. That…
Sometimes you look at a piece of fan art and think, “No, that has to be professional.” This is one of those times.
Michael B. Jordan sure loves his genre stuff. Yes, he may be best known for dramatic fare like Creed and The Wire, but don’t forget that Jordan played Johnny Storm in 2015's Fantastic Four. He’s the main voice on gen:LOCK. He produced and starred in the remake of Fahrenheit 451. Oh, and he starred in a little movie…
Well, at least it’s not as bad as “Genisys.”
In an alternate universe, the Oscar-winning Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse had a different opening, new ways for Miles Morales to figure out his powers, a creepy introduction for Peter Parker, a plane ride, and even another Spider-Man movie inside the movie! And guess what? That alternate universe is real, thanks…
“Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Rita Skeeter makes move from Hogwarts to Westeros!”
Florence Pugh, who was recently seen in the wrestling biopic Fighting With My Family, is joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
After soaring past $750 million worldwide in under two weeks of release and retaining the top spot at the U.S. box office, it seems pretty obvious that Captain Marvel has a lot of fans. Now, you can count Game of Thrones creator George R.R. Martin among them.