The Happytime Murders arrives but, according to critics, it’s an unfunny mess and there’s also the, not screened for critics, AXL and critically acclaimed thriller Searching.
Arriving in 1987, Captain Power was an insanely ambitious TV show and toy line where the toys would interact with the action on screen and the show tried to capture both kids and adults with a dark setting and mature themes alongside laser battles and explosions.
An American dancer travels to Berlin to be a member of a prestigious dance company but horrific things are happening behind the scenes in Luca Guadagnino’s remake of Dario Argento’s horror masterpiece, Suspiria.
Presented by Playcrafting, Play NYC recently gathered over 140 indie game developers into the Manhattan Center for two days of gaming in the Big Apple.
A retired wolf hunter travels to a remote Alaskan town to investigate the deaths of three children and the disappearance of another boy but uncovers something much more disturbing in the next movie from Green Room’s Jeremy Saulnier, Hold the Dark.
Chance the Rapper stars in the latest horror release from A24 as a pizza delivery driver who is trying to figure out who or what is killing his fellow drivers.
Deadpool 2 arrives this week on DVD and Blu-Ray with a “Super Duper Cut” along with the latest from JCVD, Dolph Lundgren and Jackie Chan and TV like Ash vs Evil Dead, The Terror and The Walking Dead.
Chris Pine stars as Robert the Bruce in David Mackenzie’s follow-up to Hell or High Water, Outlaw King, coming to Netflix and select theaters in November.
Crazy Rich Asians took the box office title out of the mouth of The Meg and topped the weekend box office while Mile 22 underperformed and Alpha and Mission: Impossible Fallout were neck and neck for the fourth and fifth spots.
Formed by Ice-T and guitarist Ernie C in 1990, the heavy metal band Body Count contributed the song “Body Count’s in the House” to the soundtrack of 1992’s Universal Soldier, playing over the end credits of the movie.