April kicks off with critically acclaimed new entries in the horror and comedy genres and two dramas based on true events.
A bunch of indie movies out this week along with Season 3 of The Rock’s football dramedy Ballers, Netflix’s controversial teen dram 13 Reasons Why and more.
Martin Freeman plays a father who is infected by a zombie virus and has 48 hours to find safety for his infant daughter in the upcoming movie Cargo.
Ready Player One took the top spot at the box office and gave Steven Spielberg his best opening in eight years.
Starting in 1993, Shaq set out to conquer the rap/hip-hop world with his first album, Shaq Diesel, and subsequently released four more albums and getting guest stars like Notorious BIG, Ice Cube, RZA, Method Man and more.
The latest from Steven Spielberg and Tyler Perry arrive in theaters for this Easter weekend along with the third entry in the God’s Not Dead franchise.
Margot Robbie is a the center of a series of stylish, interconnected neo-noir stories in the upcoming Terminal, which also features Simon Pegg, Dexter Fletcher, Max Irons and Mike Myers.
While still in a coma, Sterling Archer’s mind comes up with the 30’s/40’s pulp adventure Danger Island for the upcoming season of Archer on FXX.
The highly controversial Star Wars: The Last Jedi arrives on DVD/Blu-Ray this week along with the latest seasons of critically acclaimed shows like Legion, The Americans and Mr. Robot.
Black Panther was finally defeated in the ritual combat known as the weekend box office as Pacific Rim Uprising takes over the top spot in it’s opening weekend.