August Movie Preview

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.
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Auto Pilot: C.O.P.S.

Debuting in 1988 from animation factory DIC, C.O.P.S (Central Organization of Police Specialists) followed the titular group of heroic law enforcement agents, led by the badass Bulletproof Vess, as they battled the criminal organization of crime-lord Big Boss.
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Action Hero of the Week: Davis Okoye

A former special forces soldier turned primatologist, Davis Okoye has to figure out how to save his best friend George, an albino gorilla who has been exposed to a gene-editing pathogen, which has also transformed two other animals and are threatening to destroy Chicago.
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The So Bad It’s Good Tournament

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.
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New Release Round Up 7/31

July closes out its DVD and Blu-Ray release schedule with the excellent Starz series Counterpart, the final season of Star Wars Rebels, the latest Lego DC Super Heroes movie and more.
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The Pull List – Valiant High #4

It’s a big night for the students of Valiant High. The football team is ready to face off at their homecoming game, and the students will later be dressing their best for the dance after. Amanda McKee and Faith have their dresses and dates prepared, but there is something else is also preparing for the […]
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Review: Mission: Impossible Fallout

The sixth entry in the Mission: Impossible franchise is the first direct sequel of the series, picking up on the events of Rogue Nation as Ethan Hunt and the IMF team try and recover a trio of stolen plutonium orbs that will be used in a series of devastating attacks if not gotten back in time.
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Battle at the Box Office 7/30

Mission Impossible: Fallout had the biggest opening of the MI franchise and the second biggest opening for star Tom Cruise while Teen Titans Go! underperformed in their big screen debut.
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