March gets off to a slightly weird start with a Chloe Grace Moretz thriller and what is possibly the final appearance of Madea in A Madea Family Funeral.
Almost 30 years since the Critters last terrorized theaters in Critters 4, the intergalactic monsters are back in March in a new Shudder exclusive series, Critters: A New Binge.
Jean Grey’s latent powers are unleashed in what is most likely the final chapter of the Fox X-Men saga, Dark Phoenix, arriving in June this summer.
The first ever live-action Pokemon movie arrives in May with Ryan Reynolds starring as snarky private eye Detective Pikachu, who teams up with Tim Goodman to help find Tim’s missing father (and because Tim is the only who can actually understand what he’s saying).
A new edition of the Disney classic The Little Mermaid is out this week along with recent Disney hit Ralph Breaks the Internet, a new Nicolas Cage movie Between Worlds, the Crispin Glover cult classic Willard and more on DVD/Blu-Ray.
While most eyes were on the Oscars over the weekend, How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World took the top spot at the box office with the biggest opening ever for the series and one of the top 10 best openings ever for Dreamworks Animation.
Shocking no one, “Shallow” won the Best Original Song award at last night’s Oscars for Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, following constant radio airplay since A Star is Born came out and wins at the Golden Globes and Grammy Awards.
Both of this week’s new releases are incredibly well received by critics as the How to Train Your Dragon saga comes to a close with The Hidden World and the story of the WWE’s Paige is told in Fighting with My Family.
Vincent D’Onofrio returns to the Western genre with his Magnificent Seven co-stars Ethan Hawke and Chris Pratt for a new spin on the Billy the Kid story, with Dane Dehaan as Billy the Kid, in The Kid.
Jordan Peele is bringing back one of the greatest TV shows of all time, The Twilight Zone, for CBS All Access in April with a slew of amazing guest stars like Adam Scott, Sanaa Lathan, John Cho, Steven Yeun, Rhea Seehorn, Taissa Farmiga and many more.