As the year comes to a close, we played through one final batch of games for 2019. We delivered some punishment in Wrath: Aeon of Ruin, experienced the thriller She Sees Red, achieved some high scores in Pinball and our first VR reviews with Path of the Warrior and Shadows of Gargantua. Read about everything we […]
The final chapter of the Skywalker Saga arrives with The Rise of Skywalker, although reviews are incredibly mixed, while almost every critic agrees Cats is a nightmarish disaster of epic proportions.
Based on the classic Elseworlds tale by Mark Millar, Superman: Red Son is set in an alternate DC Universe where Superman crash lands as a baby not in Kansas, but in Soviet Russia, becoming the ultimate weapon of the Communist regime.
Dr. Owen Maestro and Dr. Lola Spratt are recruited by the CDC to leave Childrens Hospital and join a special task force to track a deadly virus before it can be used by terrorists in Medical Police, debuting in January on Netflix.
Christopher Nolan is back with what looks like another mind-bending sci-fi action epic with Tenet, which stars John David Washington and Robert Pattinson.
After their debut in Return of the Jedi, the teddy bear warriors known as the Ewoks got not only two live-action TV movies but also an animated series that aired alongside Star Wars: Droids on Saturday Mornings on ABC starting in 1985.
Living in the shadow of his legendary father, Jake Pentecost returns to the PPDC to help train a new group of Jaeger pilots when the Kaiju threat returns to threaten the world.
Three years after surviving the video game world of Jumanji, Martha, Fridge and Bethany have to return when Spencer rebuilds the game system and goes back in, but the group discovers the world is completely different and that Spencer’s grandfather Eddie and his estranged friend Milo are along for the ride as well.
The last full week of new DVD and Blu-ray releases for 2019 features the final chapter in the Rambo franchise, Last Blood, Brad Pitt’s sci-fi epic Ad Astra, the most recent seasons of shows like Atlanta and Killjoys and more.
Tom Cruise is back behind the stick for the long anticipated sequel to Top Gun, Top Gun: Maverick, as Pete “Maverick” Mitchell returns to the Top Gun academy to train a new group of fighter pilots for a dangerous new mission.