The Jumanji board game transforms itself into a video game and sucks in four high school teens into it’s game world in the forms of The Rock, Kevin Hart, Jack Black and Karen Gillan in the incredibly fun adventure of Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.
Episode VIII of the Star Wars saga delivers some bold, exciting and unexpected plot and character choices on top of some visually stunning Star Wars action as Rey tries to get Luke Skywalker to teach her the ways of the Force while the few remaining scraps of the Resistance are in a desperate chase with The First Order.
Inspired by Troma and Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, Attack of the Killer Donuts finds a small town under siege by the titular pastries when a formula to reanimate the dead accidentally falls into the fryer of the local donut shop.
The Justice League is finally assembled for the DCEU’s answer to MCU’s The Avengers as Batman and Wonder Woman assemble a team to take on the invading army of Steppenwolf, who is looking to transform the Earth into an apocalyptic wasteland.
The third and final MCU movie of 2017, Thor: Ragnarok is easily the best movie yet for the God of Thunder and one of the best MCU movies overall as Thor goes on an action packed, wacky cosmic adventure with the Hulk to stop Asgard from being destroyed by Hela, Goddess of Death.
One of the most anticipated pop culture events of the year, does Stranger Things Season 2 live up to the hype as a new threat from the Upside Down threatens the gang in Hawkins?
After seven years, the games begin again as five new players are put into a series of traps and the detectives on the trail uncover evidence that John Kramer (Tobin Bell) may not be as dead as everyone believes.
It’s been a sad decade for fans of the Friday The 13th series. We’ve heard neither “kee-kee-kee” nor “ah-ah-ah” from Jason Voorhees since the 2009 remake, despite its commercial success and (generally) positive fan response. It marks the longest run without a Friday The 13th movie in the history of the franchise. Lucky for us, a […]
Despite it’s ridiculous premise and crazy trailers, Geostorm is mostly a boring slog of a disaster action movie with nothing you haven’t seen done bigger and better in other disaster movies.
Expanding the world and upping the stakes, Blade Runner 2049 is a visually stunning sci-fi epic that may be the Terminator 2 to the original Blade Runner’s The Terminator.