Author: Erik Amaya


Annabelle 2 Teaser Reveals Demonic Possession, Evil Dolls

In a quick preview of the upcoming Annabelle 2, Miranda Otto‘s efforts to help a little girl fail as something takes hold of the child. Her reactions suggest whatever it is is pretty horrifying and considering this film takes place in the world of The Conjuring, I imagine it may actually be frightening. Annabelle 2 […]

A Sleepless Amy Adams Faces Nocturnal Animals In New Trailer

In the new trailer for Tom Ford‘s Nocturnal Animals, Amy Adams plays an insomniac who receives a book written by her ex-husband and gets pulled into a dark web of murder and revenge; but may also find a path to redemption. Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Shannon and Aaron Taylor-Johnson also star. Nocturnal Animals comes to select […]

Constantine Gets October Home Video Release Date

The single season of NBC‘s Constantine will be released on Blu-ray and DVD October 4th. Comicbook.com reports that the series set will be available on wbshop.com, Amazon and other online retailers. The thirteen-episode series starred Matt Ryan as magician and occult detective John Constantine. Struggling with his own mistakes, Constantine traveled the US to put supernatural […]

Mad Max: Fury Road Lives Again In Black & Chrome Edition

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced it will re-release Mad Max: Fury Road in its mythic black & white edition as part of a new release of the Mad Max series. Coming Soon reports the new set will be called The Mad Max High Octane Collection and contain all four films plus five hours of […]

Moana And Maui Face An Ocean Of Bad In Trailer For Moana

In the first full trailer for Disney‘s upcoming animated film, Moana, Moana reaches out to Maui for help, but the god initially refuses. When he discovers she cannot be easily thrown aside, he tells her about the “ocean of bad” they must cross. The animation looks wonderful and stars Auli’i Cravalho and Dwayne Johnson certainly seem […]

Tread Perilously Podcast — Star Trek TNG: Code of Honor

Tread Perilously continues its 50th anniversary celebration of Star Trek with one of the worst regarded episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation: “Code of Honor.” The Enterprise goes to Ligon II to open trade with its inhabitants and secure a vaccine for a fever plaguing other Federation worlds. When the planet’s leader, Lutan, kidnaps […]

Sisters Doing (Their Brother-in-law In) For Themselves! — A Review of The Out-Laws

By Olly MacNamee Given that the antagonist and all round horrendous human being, Jean-Claude Delcourt is dead and almost buried at the start of the opening episode of the critically acclaimed and multi-award winning Flemish black-comedy The Out-Laws, he certainly casts a long and grotesque shadow upon this ten-part series from Belgium. But then, good […]

Star Trek: Discovery Delays Launch To May 2017

Despite the excitement every time a bit of news leaks out from the drydock of Star Trek: Discovery, it seems fans of the television franchise will have to wait a little longer for its first full episode. Deadline reports CBS has pushed the series’ January debut to May. The first episode will still premiere on […]

Jackie Earle Haley Joins Alita: Battle Angel

Jackie Earle Haley is said to be joining Christoph Waltz and Rosa Salazar in Alita: Battle Angel. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Haley will play a cyborg villain “that will call for plenty of CG and greenscreen.” Based on the manga by Yukito Kishiro, Salazar stars as a female cyborg discovered in a trash yard by […]

Zack Snyder Reveals Batman’s Tactical Batsuit

Batman’s equipment closet grows by another suit as Justice League director Zack Snyder reveals a new look for the Dark Knight: a tactical Batsuit. Homestretch. Last day filming Batman in the new Tactical Batsuit.#JusticeLeague #Batman pic.twitter.com/GMJ9aoYVKJ — ZackSnyder (@ZackSnyder) September 14, 2016 Curiously, the seems suit have a Nite Owl vibe to it, but that […]

Daisy And Robbie Discuss Ghost Rider In An Extended Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Promo

In an extended version of an earlier Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D season four preview, the Ghost Rider is a local legend, but Daisy confronts Robbie about his nighttime activities. She declares that he has no right to decide who lives and who dies, but Robbie counters with the revelation that he isn’t making those choices. Agents […]

Kurt Russell Calls Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 “Complex”

When Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2  arrives next year, Kurt Russell will finally join the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Ego, the Living Planet. And though Guardians inhabits the wilder cosmic sector of that universe, the actor said the film will feature a complex story of families. “It’s more connected to human issues, family issues, […]

Vigilante To Take Center Stage In Arrow’s 99th Episode

Arrow is about to hit the century mark. But before it does, executive producer Marc Guggenheim let slip a key detail about the program’s 99th episode: it’s title. The 99th episode of ARROW begins production today. @BenSokolowski Three guesses who it’s about… pic.twitter.com/UtidT5JMoH — Marc Guggenheim (@mguggenheim) September 14, 2016 And from that reveal, one […]

YouTube And Blumhouse Team Up For VR Halloween Haunt

In October, YouTube and Jason Blum of Blumhouse Productions will invite viewers to take a terrifying virtual reality look into room 301 as part of its Halloween festivities. Over the next few weeks, YouTube creators like ​Markiplier​, PrankVsPrank​, ​Furious Pete​, ​Vitalyzdtv​ and ​KrazyRayRay​, will create original VR videos based around the question: ​W​hat is your […]

Will Game Of Thrones Season Seven See The Return Of Gendry?

Season six of Game of Thrones saw the return of many long-absent characters like the Blackfish, the late Walder Frey, Benjen Stark and the Brotherhood Without Banners. But one character from the early years continues to roam unseen in the wilds of Westeros: Gendry, the illegitimate son of Robert Baratheon. According to The Wrap, actor […]

New Westworld Trailer Presents Dreams Of Reality And Excess

In a new trailer for HBO‘s upcoming Westworld, Dolores is questioned about her dreams, segueing into a series of interesting and occasionally provocative images. It further blurs the line between reality and the old west amusement park where guest can do anything to its robotic denizens. Westworld premieres on October 2nd.

Stan Lee Action Hero Movie In The Works

The story of Stan Lee will finally receive the cinematic treatment it deserves: as an action adventure film. According to The Hollywood Reporter, 20th Century Fox will develop a film set in the 1970s featuring Lee as a dapper adventure in the mold of Roger Moore‘s James Bond. One the site’s sources claims the film […]

Transformers: The Movie Looks Stunning In 30th Anniversary Release — A Blu-ray Review

In the documentary on the 30th Anniversary Blu-ray release of Transformers: The Movie, story consultant Flint Dille expresses amazement about the films’ longevity because, as he puts it, “This was ephemeral stuff.” Yet, somehow, a film intended to introduce a new line of Transformers toys created a bond which now transcends generations. And with its […]

Steven Moffat Declares He Is Not Blocking Torchwood

Doctor Who‘s outgoing head writer Steven Moffat has clarified his position on continuing Torchwood. “I really liked the show (especially the third series) and would be very happy to see more – monsters and mayhem, why not?” he told Doctor Who News after receiving a new wave of hate mail in the wake of Torchwood […]

Arrival Director Denis Villeneuve Would Tackle Dune … If He Could Get The Rights

From Alejandro Jodorowsky to Ridley Scott to Peter Berg, many directors have attempted to tackling Frank Herbert‘s Dune. And Arrival director Denis Villeneueve has added his name to that list. While talking to Variety (as spotted by The Playlist), Villeneuve said adapting Dune is a “longstanding dream,” but added that it is “a long process […]