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A Bronx Tale Musical review: Dancing, singing, and mobsters

A Bronx Tale is a 1993 film directed by Robert De Niro, who plays the father of Calogero, an Italian-American boy who is torn between the world of organized crime

Pixar’s Soul has us moving with official trailer

In light of all that is going on in the world, we all could use a little bit of Pixar goodness. Pixar has released the official trailer to their long-awaited

E3 and Diamond’s Retailer Summit join list of canceled 2020 events

E3 2020 and 2020 Retailer Summit have been officially canceled. The ESA and Diamond Comic Distributors have made the announcements today via their respective channels. The decisions were made due to concerns

Knives Out – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

When I originally reviewed the film in October, I initially gave it a great review. Upon multiple viewings, my thoughts on the film have changed for the better. Despite what

Dead by Daylight’s Chains of Hate DLC is now available

Dead by Daylight is one of the most popular horror games out there, and Behavior Interactive has been busy with releasing new content since its launch back in 2016. It

Freedom Finger coming to PS4 and Xbox One on March 24

Freedom Finger is a music-driven, side-scrolling shooter released in September of 2019 for the PC and Nintendo Switch, and fans have been raving about the game for its soundtrack, action, and comical

Spawn’s Mortal Kombat 11 gameplay trailer shows his Fatal Blow and fatality

Developer NetherRealm Studios has been releasing new Mortal Kombat 11 DLC characters overtime to keep gamers coming back for more. So far we have had 5 DLC characters including Shang

Get a head start with Call of Duty: Warzone, the free-to-play battle royale mode

And just like that, Activision has announced a new battle royale mode, Call of Duty: Warzone. It’s going to be a huge experience since there will be up to 150

Black Widow’s final trailer has Taskmaster using his special skill

Black Widow is one of the original Avengers in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and she will finally have her own movie after 23 Marvel Studios films. It’s sad in a

Neotropolis is a new festival from Wasteland Weekend creators

Update: “Due to the evolving situation with COVID-19, we have made the decision to postpone Neotropolis. The NEW DATES are June 11th – 14th, 2020.Tickets that have already been purchased

Onward 4DX Review

Onward is Pixar’s latest animated offering, and it opens in theaters this weekend. It’s set in a fantasy world where magic no longer exists thanks to the rise of technology.

Nat Geo Wild’s Critter Fixers: Country Vets – ‘Country boys with swag’

Nat Geo WILD is bringing out new shows featuring veterinarians, and earlier this year we saw the release of Heartland Docs, DVM, a series following a family helping tend the community’s

A Sea of Odds is a new multidate immersive experience from The Halogen Company

The Halogen Company has been producing immersive experiences for residents in the Los Angeles area. Last year, we were able to check out one of its shows, One Exit, which

Review: Home is a magical and immersive theatrical show at The Broad Stage

When I read about Home, my expectations were really low. How amazing can a stage performance about people doing daily routines be? After witnessing the 105-minute spectacle, my answer is

Racing games: Can they help you prepare for driving school?

Driving has become a necessary skill, especially nowadays when cars have become easily accessible to purchase and acquire. As such, almost anyone can get access to driving lessons and opportunities

Scoob! director Tony Cervone: This is the greatest Scooby-Doo animation that’s ever been done

Scooby-Doo is a popular animated franchise that has spawned many series and films since its debut in 1969. Scooby-Doo and the gang also had the theatrical treatment with two films

Justice League Dark: Apokolips War trailer shows showdown with Darkseid

This is the moment fans of the animated DC Universe Movies have been waiting for, and it all started in Justice League War in 2014 when our heroes met for

The Batman: Director Matt Reeves releases newly designed Batmobile photos

Much of the jury is still out on whether Director Matt Reeves will succeed in offering another iteration of Batman. One thing is for certain, however, he definitely gave us a version

Showrunner Alison Schapker on Altered Carbon Season 2, Anthony Mackie, and Poe

Altered Carbon Season 2 brings a new sleeve for Takeshi Kovacs, and this time he’ll be played by Anthony Mackie (Black Mirror, Captain America: The Winter Soldier). In the last

Amazon’s sci-fi series, Tales from the Loop, gets a trailer and key art

Tales from the Loop is an artbook from Swedish artist Simon Stålenhag that captures Swedish landscape and science fiction. The digital paintings have spawned a tabletop RPG, and soon it