Halloweentown is better than Hocus Pocus. Sorry, I don’t make the rules!
Quentin Tarantino’s 9th film is a fascinating, slow-paced, deeply moving love-letter to 1969’s Hollywood, and anyone else in a crisis.
Intense, violent, and frightening, The Boys has skyrocketed to one of Amazon’s most binged shows ever, and there’s a reason we should care.
Is there such a thing as a good lie?
By the end of this episode, you’ll be ready to punch with your feet and kick with your fists!
You’re in a hospital bed, searing headache, missing two teeth, but the worst thing is that The Beatles never existed!
The world’s favorite yellow mouse electrifies the silver screen with a detective’s cap and a mystery for murder! Can it get any weirder than that?
The status is so not quo and Dr. Horrible’s ready to make a change, but he didn’t bargain to make such a real-life statement regarding digital distribution. Say what!?
Shazam! doubles down on the fun, exciting new direction DC films hope to capture, but how does it separate itself in a saturated market of Caped Crusaders?
Advertised as a strange amalgamation of Romantic Comedy and Kaiju Disaster film, what’s so special about one of the biggest commercial flops on the last few years?