Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle held onto the top spot for the first major weekend of 2018 while The Post did well in it’s wide expansion and The Commuter did the best of the new releases.
Father and son duo Stephen Lang and Jason Momoa head up to their family’s cabin in the mountains to shut it down for the winter only to find it being used by drug running thieves who are ready to take their latest score back by any means necessary.
To go along with a new album last year featuring new versions of many of his iconic movie themes, John Carpenter released a music video for the revamp of the main theme from his 1983 cult classic Christine.
Based on the book of the same name by Dan Simmons, AMC’s latest series explores the fate of the men that were part of the ill fated Arctic expedition aboard the HMS Terror and the HMS Erebus in the 1840s.
Hulu renews Future Man and Runaways and picks up a new horror anthology series from Blumhouse, Starz is moving forward with the John Wick TV series, Vin Diesel may kick off the Valiant Comics movie universe as Bloodshot, Kitty Pryde may be getting her own movie and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
The latest action thriller from Liam Neeson is here with The Commuter while The Post expands wide and Paddington 2 and Proud Mary are also out this week.
It’s time for the big show down with Sam, Violet and Mike against Gee and his super villain group. After a large ambush on the S.A.V.E base that leaves the three friends taken hostage, the remaining heroes are force to surrender. While Sam and Violent have just began to harness their super abilities, gaining the powers of the […]
Betrayed and left for dead, former IRA member and boxer Martin Tillman goes on a vengeance fueled rampage against the criminal bosses that run 1959 Indochina.
One of the best movies of last year, IT, arrives on Blu Ray and DVD this week along with the latest from Jackie Chan, a Scooby Doo/Batman crossover and more.
The first weekend of 2018 sees The Last Jedi fall out of the top spot and Jumanji surging ahead to take it while the first new release of 2018, Insidious: The Last Key, had the second best opening for the franchise.