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“El Camino”: Netflix Releases BTS Look at Post-“Breaking Bad” Jesse [PREVIEW]

After months of rumors, mindless speculation, and several instances of serious misdirection, Breaking Bad fans finally received the news they were waiting for: Vince Gilligan is returning to tell one more (???) tale with El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie. Written and directed by Gilligan and set to premiere on Netflix on October 11 (and […]



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“The Banana Splits Movie”: Turning Your Childhood Dreams into Nightmares [INTERVIEW]

One Banana, Two Banana, Three Banana, Gore!  Fleagle, Drooper, Bingo, and Snorky, the beloved children’s television hosts from Hannna-Barbera’s 1968 Saturday morning variety show The Banana Splits Adventure Hour are back to bring you some , gore filled, nightmare fuel in The Banana Splits Movie. SYFY, Blue Ribbon Content, and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment offers […]

Jason O'Mara Talks Batman: Hush,

“Batman: Hush” – Jason O’Mara Talks All Things Dark Knight [VIDEO]

On the Friday of San Diego Comic-Con 2019 (SDCC), we found ourselves seated in a packed press room to chat with the stars and producers of Batman: Hush. The world premier is about 20 minutes away as the voice of Batman himself, Jason O’Mara (Life on Mars, The Man in the High Castle), grabs a […]

“Zombieland: Double Tap” – Director Ruben Fleischer Wouldn’t Mind 10-Year Sequel Plan

For Ruben Fleischer, many things had to fall in place for 2009’s Zombieland to make an effective sequel. In a recent interview with EW, Fleischer explained the projects and distractions that kept the further post-apocalyptic adventures of Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson), Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg), Wichita (Emma Stone), and Little Rock (Abigail Breslin) from happening until a […]




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“ALF” Star, TV Veteran Max Wright Passes Away, Age 75

Max Wright – best known as family patriarch Willie Tanner in the 80’s NBC sitcom ALF – passed away this week at the age of 75, his family confirmed to TMZ. With over four decades on stage and screen, Wright’s filmography showed his leanings more towards television than film. He landed featured roles on Buffalo Bill (1983-84), […]


Doom Vs Doom Patrol - iD Software to Oppose DC Comics' Trademark Application

Doom Vs Doom Patrol – DC Comics Vs iD Software Over Trademark Application

DC Comics has registered the trademark of Doom Patrol for a plethora of goods and services. But it looks like iD Software, creators of the game Doom, are not entirely happy about that. DC Comics was granted the trademark in two sets of categories, the first to cover; Entertainment services in the nature of ongoing […]

We Got One! Signourney Weaver Returns as "Ghostbusters" Dana Barrett

We Got One! Sigourney Weaver Returns as “Ghostbusters” Dana Barrett

As if we weren’t already excited for the upcoming Ghostbusters sequel from Jason Reitman, now we’re entirely on board. In a recent interview with Parade, Sigourney Weaver dropped word that she is in fact going to reprise her role from the original two films as Dana Barrett. When asked if she was looking forward to […]

‘Rocketman’ Soars With Warts and All Elton John Story [Review]

After 2018's biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody, about Queen frontman Freddie Mercury, it seems that it's time for retrospectives looking into the lives and careers of some of the late 20th-century musical icons. However where  Rhapsody was a super-sanitized and wildly fictionalized account of Mercury's career, the new Rocketman, starring Taron Egerton as the similarly unique Elton John, is a fantasy-laced full-bore musical that carries far more truth and energy than it's predecessor. 

Mike Dougherty's Quote About 'Godzilla: King of the Monsters' Is EVERYTHING We Wanted to Hear

‘Godzilla’ is Like ‘Avengers’ but with Kaiju and Pesky Humans [Review]

So, Godzilla: King of the Monsters is one of those movies that every genre fan wishes would come along. Unfortunately, as every Dungeons & Dragons player knows who came across a way to get a wish – it needs to be carefully spelled out, otherwise you’re likely to get something that’s not quite what you’d […]

Everyone’s a Critic: How do Ratings and Reviews Work?

I’ve been often asked about what my review rating scores mean. What’s a 6 vs a 7? Is a 5 a recommend thing or not? Why are critics so negative all the time? I wanted to take some time this holiday weekend to come up with some of my own answers to the questions. One […]

'Aladdin' Gets its Wish of Being Enjoyable, Even if it Can't Escape its Origins [Review]

‘Aladdin’ Grants Wish of Being Enjoyable, But Can’t Escape Origins [Review]

It’s become clear with the changing of the content landscape that Disney has long since abandoned hope of doing what’d it had done for nearly a century – re-releasing their classic films every few years to bring in another round of box office revenues. So instead of still having the originals, we’re stuck with their […]

James Gunn's 'Brightburn' Asks: What if Clark Kent Grew Up Evil? [Review]

‘Brightburn’ Asks: What if Clark Kent Grew Up Evil? [Review]

Leave it to Guardians of the Galaxy’s James Gunn to produce a tight little thriller like ‘Brightburn‘. Written by James’ brother Mark and cousin Brian, they take the classic origin story of Clark Kent/Superman, and throw it into a spin that would make Quentin Tarantino proud. It’s wicked, graphically violent, and perfectly solid way to […]