A decade in the making, Avengers: Infinity War is a stunning achievement that delivers on all the character interactions, action setpieces and big bad Thanos that has been building since Iron Man in 2008.
After the video game inspired (and hilarious and fun) Jumanji: Welcome the Jungle, the first Rock movie of 2018 is an adaptation of the 1986 arcade classic Rampage as three creatures, including The Rock’s gorilla buddy George, are infected by a genetic editing pathogen and converge on Chicago, destroying everything in their path.
When the creator of the limitless VR world of the OASIS dies, he leaves behind a contest that will give one person his fortune and full control in Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of the pop culture crammed novel by Ernest Cline.
10 years after the war against the Kaiju was won, a new threat arrives and forces a new generation of Jaeger pilots to enter The Drift and stop the end of the world again in Pacific Rim Uprising.
Square Enix and WB team up to bring back Lara Croft to the big screen in an adaptation of the phenomenal reboot game from 2013 as Lara travels to a remote island in the Pacific to try and find out what happened to her father, who disappeared seven years earlier.
The third season of SyFy’s Channel Zero wrapped up this week and Butcher’s Block was an insane, gory and disturbing return to form after the disappointing second season with Rutger Hauer starring as the patriarch of a supernatural family of cannibals.
Bruce Willis steps into the shoes of Charles Bronson for the long delayed remake of Death Wish, as Dr. Paul Kersey takes the law into his own hands on the streets of Chicago after his family is violently attacked in their home.
A group of friends try to figure out what is real and what is fake when they gather together for a murder mystery/kidnapping game that goes wrong.
Riding an insane amount of hype, the first major blockbuster of 2018 is here with the first of 3 huge MCU movies, Black Panther, as T’Challa returns home to Wakanda to take his rightful place as king.
Based on the declassified true mission of ODA 595, the first Special Forces unit sent into Afghanistan following 9/11, 12 Strong is a solid but unremarkable entry in the modern war genre.