For some 11 years, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been building up to this Endgame. From Iron Man in 2008 through to movies about interstellar pirates, ants and arachnids, Scandinavian gods, Eastern European killers, prestigidi...
Dark comedies often go into the darker corners of humanity, but tend to stay away from showing the implied gore and mayhem on screen. Harpoon is hilarious and not afraid to douse its laughs in buckets of blood.
It’s calm-before-the-storm time on Game of Thrones this week. The war that’s been building for eight seasons is imminent, and that makes right now most characters’ last chance to get their personal affairs in order.
It’s all too easy for a war film to veer into cliché without focusing on what makes its particular story unique. Girls of the Sun occasionally starts to head toward the generic thumping of “War = Bad,” but its strong female charac...
I hope the Easter Bunny brought you a lot of good candy over the holiday weekend, because he didn’t bring many new movies on Blu-ray. Thankfully, some of the week’s catalog titles and 4k upgrades look promising.
One of the highlights of this past week’s season premiere of Game of Thrones was Jon Snow’s thrilling dragon ride over the lands of the North. Beyond that show, what are your other favorite dragons from movies or TV?
Once again, alcohol saves the day!
If you like horror films that offer no real scares other than quick shock effects and unconnected imagery, The Curse of La Llorona might just be your new favorite movie.
As the old axiom goes, all actors really want to direct. Danielle Panabaker, who normally plays Caitlin Snow, gets her shot with this week’s episode of The Flash, in which she even gets to introduce a new speedster villain.
The horror genre’s subversive nature makes it a natural platform to take on some awfully big questions. I Trapped the Devil takes a long, hard look in humanity’s basement and you might not like what you see looking back at you....
You can’t keep a good bug down. Amazon’s goofy superhero comedy The Tick has returned for a second season that, in some respects, improves over the first.
The quintessential hooker with a heart of gold, Irma la Douce is a captivating character, and the film that bears her name – directed by comic maestro Billy Wilder – is often charming, warm, and clever. It’s also very long.