A new group of vampiric roommates is the subject of a new mockumentary in the TV follow-up to What We Do in the Shadows, arriving on FX in March.
40 years in the making, the final film from the legendary Orson Welles, The Other Side of the Wind, will be available to cinephiles on Netflix and in select theaters in November.
A spin-off of the brilliant and hilarious What We Do in the Shadows, Wellington Paranormal follows Officers Minogue and O’Leary as they deal with ghosts, demons, werewolves and other paranormal creatures in the city of Wellington, NZ.
Sick of the infamous Gunther (Arnold Schwarzenegger) always being considered the world’s greatest assassin, Taran Killam’s Blake hires a team of crazy killers to help him take down Gunther and steal his title.
The team behind the hilarious mockumentary 7 Days in Hell is back for a new mockumentary this summer on HBO, Tour De Pharmacy, set at the 1982 Tour De France where everyone was doped up on steroids and other drugs.
Christopher Guest is back in classic mockumentary form for the upcoming Netflix original movie Mascots, which follows the competitors in the World Mascot Association Championships.
The boys from The Lonely Island are back this summer for a mockumentary skewering Justin Bieber and the world of pop music, Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping.
Andy Samberg takes on Kit Harrington in the most epic fake tennis match in history with HBO’s upcoming mockumentary, 7 Days in Hell.
A bunch of release date shuffling and reveals this week along with a massive amount of Adult Swim and Cartoon Network shows coming to Hulu, some classic villains coming to TMNT 2, an animated Spider-Man movie is in the works and much more in the News Shotgun.
Four new movies are out in theaters this week including the highly anticipated Where the Wild Things Are and the much hyped Paranormal Activity.