Admit One 11/3

The highest rated superhero movie of the year is now Thor: Ragnarok, which is finally out this weekend alongside the Christmas themed sequel to Bad Moms.
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November Movie Preview

As the holiday season begins, there’s some huge blockbusters like Thor: Ragnorak and Justice League along with Christmas comedies like A Bad Moms Christmas and Daddy’s Home 2, the latest from Pixar and more.
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Action Hero of the Week: Nicholas Hathaway

Enlisted from prison by an international task force, former hacker Nick Hathaway has to help track a dangerous rogue hacker who is committing escalating cybercrimes around the globe.
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New Release Round Up 10/31

It’s pretty slim pickings this week for Halloween but you can get Cinemax’s Outcast, based on Robert Kirkman’s demonic possession comic of the same name, The Dark Tower, Kidnap and a couple other things.
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EA Commentary: Horror Express

Zach, Chris and Joe hop aboard the Horror Express for a spooky Halloween commentary where Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee fight a weird alien creature aboard a train heading back to Europe through the barren Russian countryside.
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Never Hike Alone

‘Never Hike Alone’: Our Interview With Vincente DiSanti

Last week, we told you about the awesome new Friday The 13th fan film, Never Hike Alone. Today, we’ve got an exclusive interview with writer/director/Jason, Vincente DiSanti of Womp Stomp Films. He was nice enough to chat with us about Never Hike Alone, including where the idea came from, the unique challenges they faced during […]
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on October 30, 2017

Review: Stranger Things Season 2

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?
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Battle at the Box Office 10/30

Jigsaw successfully took back Halloween but it was one of the lowest ever openings for the series while most of other new releases bombed as well and Amityville: The Awakening had one of the weirdest and most pointless theatrical releases ever.
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Review: Jigsaw

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.
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