A must-see event for old school action/martial arts fans, Triple Threat brings together Iko Uwais, Tiger Chen, and Tony Jaa to take on Scott Adkins, Michael Jai White, Michael Bisping, and Jeeja Yanin in the latest from director Jesse V. Johnson.
Gamebox 2.0 is back for another round of gaming goodness and this time we’ve played a bunch of games that are inspired by the 80s and 90s, not just the games of those eras but the general culture as well.
Before we find out if she is the key to defeating Thanos in Avengers: Endgame, Carol Danvers makes her MCU debut in the 90’s throwback, Captain Marvel
Chris Pine and India Eisley co-star in the new TNT true crime/noir series I Am the Night, which is inspired by the life of Fauna Hodel, whose search for her birth mother uncovered sinister and disturbing secrets about her family in 1960’s Los Angeles.
The first wide release of 2019, Escape Room kicks off the year in movies in a mostly solid way, with some fun and clever room designs and puzzles that the 6 strangers forced together have to solve or die.
Miles Morales arrives on the big screen with the stunning Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, which features a fantastic voice cast and jaw-dropping animation that puts you literally into the panels of a comic book in a love letter to all things Spidey.
When their husbands are killed in a heist gone wrong, a group of widows is forced to pull a heist of their own to get out of debt from a ruthless crime boss in the new crime thriller Widows, although it’s not quite the movie that the trailers promised.
For the latest edition of Gamebox 2.0, we dived into the madness of Cthulhu, saw the return of a certain leisure suit wearing sweet talker, try to survive the terrors of outer space, played football with a bunch of mutants and much more. Call of Cthulhu (Zach): Coming from Cyanide Studios and Focus Home Interactive, […]
An untested submarine captain and a team of Navy SEALs undertake a mission to stop a coup in Russia that could lead to the start of World War III in the Gerard Butler starring Hunter Killer.
Taking a cue from Tarantino for his follow-up to Cabin in the Woods, Drew Goddard delivers the fantastic slow burn, tension-fueled 60’s set thriller, Bad Times at the El Royale.