40 years after the original Halloween, Michael Myers escapes from custody and returns home to face off against Laurie Strode one final time in David Gordon Green’s reboot/sequel Halloween.
Denzel is back as former CIA operative Robert McCall, using his skills to help people in need but his latest mission is personal when a friend is brutally murdered.
A down and out Johnny Lawrence reopens the Cobra Kai dojo and begins teaching the same brutal techniques a former sensei John Kreese in the upcoming Youtube Red sequel series that takes place 30 years after the original Karate Kid.
After settling their beef in the first film, dads Brad and Dusty (Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg) are looking forward to one big family Christmas but their dads (John Lithgow and Mel Gibson) are coming to town and hijinks will ensue in Daddy’s Home 2.
After three movies in a rebooted Death Race universe, the original cross country road race version is back with the direct sequel to Death Race 2000, Death Race 2050, produced by the B-movie master, Roger Corman.
One of the few non-superhero/sci-fi action movies this year and the only one starring Jason Statham, Mechanic: Resurrection is a solid, violent, fun way to close out a particularly awful summer for movies.
We heard about The Woods a few months ago as the new movie from You’re Next and The Guest’s Adam Wingard but at Comic Con, it was revealed that The Woods is actually a direct sequel to 1999’s The Blair Witch Project.
The crew of Zach, Chris, Chris Ali and special guest Mike from Action Ration dive into the sequel to one of the greatest movies of all time, Jurassic Park, with 1997’s The Lost World.
Despite seeming like some sort of bad fever dream, Kindergarten Cop 2 is all too real now that we have the first trailer, where Dolph Lundgren takes over for Arnold as a gruff FBI agent who must go undercover as a teacher to recover sensitive stolen data.
A grown Damien must decide if he wants to fulfill his demonic birthright in A&E’s upcoming sequel to 1976’s original The Omen.