Each of the new episodes of Black Mirror that will arrive on Netflix on June 5 has gotten its own trailer that gives a little bit more about what we can expect from the new season.
Tim Miller and David Fincher are bringing what looks like an insane group of animated sci-fi shorts to Netflix in March with the anthology series Love, Death and Robots.
The Coen Brothers are back in the Western genre to spin six tales of outlaws, drifters, prospectors and more in the anthology movie The Ballad of Buster Scurggs, hitting Netflix in November.
Building off the insane success and popularity of HBO’s Tales from the Crypt, The Cryptkeeper toned down his creepy tales and brought them to Saturday mornings for the kid-friendly animated spin-off, Tales from the Cryptkeeper.
The third season of SyFy’s Channel Zero wrapped up this week and Butcher’s Block was an insane, gory and disturbing return to form after the disappointing second season with Rutger Hauer starring as the patriarch of a supernatural family of cannibals.
Netflix has released teasers for each of the six episodes for next year’s fourth season of Black Mirror, the incredible, technology focused sci-fi anthology series from Charlie Brooker.
Tales of Halloween is an upcoming anthology movie featuring 10 tales for the price of one from directors like Neil Marshall, Darren Lynn Bousman, Mike Mendez, Andrew Kasch and more.
None of the movies this week have gotten great reviews with a much delayed action fairy tale, the latest from Statham and a comedy anthology.
The return of Arnold and the first Statham movie of the year have us pretty excited for this month’s new movies.
At first glance looking like the latest from the ______ Movie crap factory, you realize Movie 43 is something different when the likes of Hugh Jackman, Kate Winslet and Halle Berry start showing up. It’s actually a comedy anthology movie, coming out next year.