Tom Hanks returns to battle in World War 2 as Commander Ernest Krause, who finds his first command of 37 Allied ships making their way to England under attack by German U-boats in 1942.
Debuting in 1983 and running for three seasons until 1985, Dungeons and Dragons was a Saturday morning hit for CBS and followed six friends who were teleported to a fantasy realm after riding a D&D themed roller coaster and must help the Dungeonmaster battle the evil Venger, who is looking to conquer the realm.
The entire DC Animated Universe has to come together and wage one last battle against Darkseid after he conquers Earth in the upcoming movie Justice League Dark: Apokolips War.
The head of a heist crew in Boston, Doug MacRay plots a series of escalating heists even as the FBI begins to close in and he becomes romantically involved with a woman who witnessed one of the gang’s jobs.
The Mitchell family’s road trip to bring their oldest daughter Katie to film school goes horribly awry when all technology in the world goes haywire and starts attacking humanity in the Lord and Miller produced animated comedy Connected.
Titans Season 2 is out this week on DVD and Blu-Ray along with a slew of Pixar favorites in 4K, Queen & Slim, one of the biggest bombs of all time with the Playmobil movie and more.
March 2020 seems to have a little bit of everything from the live-action remake of Mulan to the first Valiant feature film in Bloodshot to the controversial The Hunt, A Quiet Place Part II and more.
The Invisible Man took the top spot at the box office, becoming the highest-grossing horror movie of 2020 in just three days of release while Sonic held strong in second place and My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising became the latest successful theatrical anime release.
The undisputed breakout star of the TGIF hit Dinosaurs, Baby Sinclair got his own song and music video alongside the slew of other merchandise featuring his face, “I’m the Baby, Gotta Love Me”, which aired during an episode in the show’s third season.
Debuting in 1983, Saturday Supercade turned some of the biggest arcade hits at the time like Frogger and Donkey Kong into animated segments where Frogger was a reporter, Donkey Kong was constantly on the run from Mario, Q-Bert was a 50s teen comedy and more.