The 21st season of South Park is out this week along with TNT’s The Last Ship Season 4, the new Death Wish, A Wrinkle in Time, The Hurricane Heist and more on DVD and Blu-Ray.
When the arcade gets hooked into the Internet, Ralph and Vanellope head out into the wilds of the Information Superhighway for a new adventure in Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck It Ralph 2.
When their husbands are killed in a bad heist, a group of widows must team up to protect their families and clear the debt owed by their husbands to a crime boss.
Dario Argento’s iconic 1977 horror classic is getting remade this November with Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino at the helm and Dakota Johnson starring as a ballerina who joins a prestigious European dance company but finds horrific things happening behind the scenes.
Solo remained on the top of the box office for a second week but it suffered a 65% drop off from last week and will most likely be the first Star Wars movie under Disney to lose money.
One of the many 80s movies that revolved around breakdancing, 1984’s Body Rock featured future Renegade Lorenzo Lamas and a title song by Maria Vidal, which became an international hit and a cult classic 80’s dance club jam.
The first weekend of June gets an eclectic mix of movies including the latest from the minds behind Jackass and Saw and a romantic survival drama based on true events.
Jennifer Garner is back in action mode for the first time in almost a decade in the latest action revenge movie from Taken director Pierre Morel, Peppermint.
Probably due to a variety of factors and some big competition at the box office, Solo did not perform up to the expectations of Disney over the holiday weekend, making far less than any of it’s predecessors in the new wave of Star Wars films.
Perfectly fitting into the campy and weird vibe of the movie, California punk rock icons The Dickies provided Killer Klowns from Outer Space with it’s circus flavored theme song of the same name.