Resident Evil comes to Netflix with the limited anime series Infinite Darkness, set between Resident Evil 4 and 5, where Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield uncover a conspiracy to sell bioweapons for use in warzones that involves a military unit called the Mad Dogs and possibly higher-ups in the US government.
Netflix brings RL Stine’s Fear Street universe to life with big trilogy event kicking off this past weekend with Fear Street 1994, which sees a group of teens in the titular year trying to survive a group of killers from the sordid past of their town of Shadyside, which legend has it is cursed by the vengeful spirit of a witch.
Prime Video offered up summer blockbuster thrills this past weekend with The Tomorrow War, which is solid, mindless fun if you don’t think too hard about the logistics of the time travel or strategy of the future to fight their war against an alien invasion.
One has a warrior spirit, the other has a joker’s charm, but together they are an unstoppable force against evil. Across time and space, Ash and Xena team up to take on bandits, mythical creatures, and deadites. This epic saga of sword, boomstick, and sorcery, is collected in Army of Darkness/Xena Omnibus from Dynamite
Ed and Lorraine Warren take on an unprecedented case when they try to help prove that a young man named Arne Johnson should be found not guilty of a brutal murder because he was possessed by a demon in the eighth movie in The Conjuring Universe franchise, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, which debuted in theaters and on HBO Max this past weekend.