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.
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.
When wicked creatures from the Deadside are violently attacking, Jack Boniface notices strangely about these creatures’ arrival. It doesn’t take long before Baron Samedi grabs Boniface’s attention to the source of this occurrence. Boniface has no other choice but to follow the mischievous loa spirit and follows him to a gathering at a mysterious estate.
Former Delta Force soldier Roy Pulver finds himself caught in a time loop where every day he’s targetted by assassins who kill him, causing the day to repeat. Roy has to figure out what is going on and how to stop it in Joe Carnahan’s latest action movie, Boss Level.
Combining elements of Mortal Kombat, Predator and The Bourne Identity, martial arts mash-up Jiu Jitsu is out now on Digital, VOD and in select theaters as Nicolas Cage, Alain Moussi, Juju Chan, Frank Grillo, Tony Jaa, Marrese Camp, and more team up to battle an intergalactic warrior named Brax, who comes to Earth every six years looking for honorable battles or else he will destroy the planet.
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Writer: Evan Dorkin Art: Roger Langridge In the future, Bill and Ted are remembered as musical saviors that united humanity with their music. Bill and Ted defeated the evil dictator De Nomolos and brought their band Wyld Stallyns, into mega-stardom in 1995. It was the start of their journey to write […]