2018 closes out with tons of huge blockbusters for the holiday season, including Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Aquaman, Mortal Engines, Bumblebee, Mary Poppins Returns and more.
The Last Ship wrapped up after five seasons on TNT this past Sunday and Zach gives his thoughts on a consistently solid action drama that evolved from a viral outbreak thriller to a full-on war epic as the series progressed.
As the holidays approach, there are some big sequels hitting theaters like Ralph Breaks the Internet, Creed 2, The Girl in the Spider’s Web and The Crimes of Grindelwald along with a new Robin Hood, heist movie Widows, World War II horror Overlord and more in November.
We have a spooky Nosferatu T-Shirt, some assorted candy and more for a Halloween contest from our friends at Comet and Charge, click through for details on how to win.
October features the return of the one of the most iconic horror franchises of all time, Halloween, along with an eclectic mix of movies that includes First Man, Venom, Bad Times at the El Royale, Hunter Killer and more.
You could win a Funko Pop Godzilla, assorted Rocky goodies and more in our latest contest provided by our friends at Comet and Charge.
Transitioning from the summer to fall, September has a few blockbusters like The Predator but also the start of horror season with The Nun and Hell Fest, Jennifer Garner going Punisher in Peppermint and more.
August 2018 closes out the summer with an eclectic mix of movies from Jason Statham vs a giant shark in The Meg to R-rated Muppets in The Happytime Murders, the latest Marky Mark action movie Mile 22, the internet’s favorite horror icon Slender Man and much more.
Help us figure out what is truly the Best Worst Movie of all time with our So Bad It’s Good tournament, pitting 50 of the most awesomely bad movies of all time against each other.
The Rock, Tom Cruise and Denzel Washington are all here this month with big action blockbusters, there’s horror from The Purge and Unfriended, a light MCU adventure from Ant-Man and The Wasp and more.