The first Gamebox of 2018, we got to check out the latest addition to Dead by Daylight, the updated version of old school run and gunner Mercenary kings, downhill mountain bike racing game Descenders and more.
The Fifty Shades trilogy finally comes to it’s dumb conclusion while Clint Eastwood directs another recreation of a real life event and Beatrix Potter’s classic character Peter Rabbit makes his debut on the big screen this weekend.
Tom Hardy stars as Eddie Brock in the upcoming solo movie starring everyone’s favorite Lethal Protector, Venom, although this first teaser doesn’t give us any sort of look of what Venom will actually look like.
Cable makes his grand debut in the new trailer for Deadpool 2 that also includes a choice jab at Justice League and an action figure interlude with Deadpool.
Jessica digs into her past and the experiments that gave her her powers and discovers that another test subject may be out in NYC murdering people in the upcoming second season of Jessica Jones on Netflix.
Transported from 1991 to the far off future of 2009, race car driver Alex Furlong becomes a fugitive “freejack” when he escapes getting his mind swapped with a billionaire who wants to live forever.
Tom Hardy grunts his way onto DVD and Blu-Ray this week with the release of the first season of Taboo along with new action movies from Scott Adkins, Ethan Hawke and Dominic Cooper, the latest DC animated movie Gotham by Gaslight and more.
After losing the top spot for a week, Jumanji reclaimed it from The Death Cure and is now Sony’s third highest grossing film ever and the 8th highest grossing release from 2017.
After lots of messy and public behind the scenes drama, our first look at Solo, the next “Star Wars Story”, is here as Alden Ehrenreich takes on the iconic role in a prequel that finds the young smuggler joining a crew for a job that includes Chewbacca and Lando Calrissian.
One of the Foo Fighters’ signature songs, Everlong featured a music video by director Michel Gondry that paid homage/parodied the Evil Dead movies as Dave Grohl and drummer Taylor Hawkins both have Sam Raimiesque nightmares.