What happens when you combine actors, artists, musicians and comic books under one roof in the greater Philadelphia area? You get the Great Philadelphia Comic Con, a show committed to uniting all circles of geeky fandom for an experience for all to enjoy. This year the Great Philadelphia Comic Con is set for April 12th […]
Dumbo took the top spot at the box office but it was below both Disney’s estimates and industry estimates while Captain Marvel is closing in on $1 billion worldwide and Us had a typical horror movie drop from last weekend but remains strong.
Director Jim Jarmusch unleashes a comedic zombie apocalypse on a small town this summer with The Dead Don’t Die, starring Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Chloe Sevigny and Tilda Swinton.
Best known these days as probably the weirdest member of Dunder Mifflin, Creed Bratton had decades of musical experience before heading to Scranton, including being a member of the iconic 60’s rock group The Grass Roots, who had hits like “Midnight Confession” and “Let’s Live for Today”.
Based on the horror novel of the same name from 2015, The Silence follows a family that includes Stanley Tucci, Miranda Otto, and Kiernan Shipka as they try to survive a swarm of giant bat creatures that are attacking and killing anything that makes noise.
Dumbo returns from Tim Burton along with three other new wide releases in theaters this weekend.
Guillermo Del Toro and director Andre Ovredal are bringing the classic horror story collections, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, to the big screen to terrify audiences this coming August.
Get caught up on the events of the first season of HBO’s hilariously dark comedy Barry before season 2 begins this coming Sunday (3/31)
The over the top crazy fun of Aquaman is out this week on DVD and Blu-Ray along with Oscar-winning If Beale Street Could Talk, the live action Kim Possible movie, the mind-bending second season of Legion and more.
Jordan Peele’s follow-up to Get Out blew away it’s predecessor, and almost every other horror movie ever, with a $70+ million debut and the largest opening for an original live-action film since Avatar.