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.
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.
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.
Ash, Kelly and Pablo are finally back for season 3 of Ash vs Evil Dead as Ash reunites with his high school age daughter while Ruby continues to wreck havoc with the Necronomicon.
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.
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.
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 […]
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?
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.
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.