Movies

Exclusive: Interview with the creators of Blackout, the horror experience

The most extreme immersive horror experience in America is called Blackout. Not for the faint of heart, it is a terrifying, psycho-sexual thrill-ride designed to play on our deepest psychological fears. Rich

New trailers for Makoto Shinkai’s new film ‘Your Name’

Two official trailers for Makoto Shinkai’s new film, Kimi no Na wa (Your Name), have been released today! The beautifully animated film will premiere at Anime Expo on July 3rd in

Disney’s Hercules side-by-side ‘Zero to Hero’ comparison using live-action performances

Disney has been using live-action references and storyboard art to help make its 2D animation look smooth and story entertaining. Now Disney has reached into its vault to release a

Independence Day: Resurgence box office disappoints while Finding Dory triumphs again

Independence Day was one of the first movies to help push the summer blockbuster craze when it opened with $50 million at the domestic box office in July of 1996.

Bryan Cranston on why he’s doing the Power Rangers movie

One of the biggest news for the Power Rangers movie was the casting of Bryan Cranston as Zordon. This isn’t the first time he’s involved in a Power Rangers project

Avengers/X-Men movie crossover may be on the horizon

The great thing about Marvel comic books is that you can cram as many characters and as many teams as possible into one epic story. All of the Avengers, X-Men,

Drive, Neon Demon’s Nicolas Winding Refn wants to direct Batgirl film

With movies like Drive, Bronson and the recently released The Neon Demon on his resume, director Nicolas Winding Refn is probably the last person you’d expect to direct a superhero

Deadpool appears in X-Men: Apocalypse trailer

Looks like Fox did a cross promotion for two of its big hits, Deadpool and X-Men: Apocalypse. In a trailer released for the Japanese theatrical launch of X-Men: Apocalypse, Deadpool shows

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan Director’s Cut Blu-ray (review)

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan is highly regarded as one of the best Star Trek films ever made. Admittedly, I never was big on Star Trek but Wrath

LA Film Festival Review: Sensitivity Training

There’s something about an “odd couple” that seems to work well in comedies. Ever since the idea became popular back in 1965 with Neil Simon’s “The Odd Couple,” there have

For those who wanted a gay Captain America, here he is!

Captain America was trending on social media thanks to the recent release of Captain America: Civil War. One hashtag movement, #GiveCaptainAmericaABoyfriend, wanted Captain America to become a gay hero. For

Viola Davis jokingly wanted to pepper spray Jared Leto for Suicide Squad prank

Jared Leto is an actor who likes to be engrossed in his role. Since he’s playing the Joker in Suicide Squad, he has taken on the crazy mentality by sending

New Star Wars’ Rogue One beach photos plus James Earl Jones to voice Darth Vader

(Image credit: Jonathan Olley/2016 Lucasfilm Ltd.) This week has been a good week for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story news. It’s reported that Darth Vader will be making an appearance

People are bashing the new Ghostbusters theme song by Fall Out Boy and Missy Elliot

With the Ghostbusters reboot hitting theaters next month, Fall Out Boy has released its new Ghostbusters theme song featuring rapper Missy Elliot. As with the new movie, fans aren’t particularly fond

Spielberg’s The BFG brings old magic of Disney to a new generation (review)

As a child, I used to read a lot! And not just the books that everyone else read, nope. I read EVERYTHING, from encyclopedias to dictionaries, hymn books to restaurant

Stay in the light while watching the latest trailer for ‘Lights Out’

Much like The Conjuring a few years ago, Lights Out is looking to be one of the fun horror highlights in the summer (our review). With less than a month from hitting

New Sonic the Hedgehog game and movie are in the works

It’s the news we’ve all been waiting to hear. In an interview with Famitsu, Head of Sonic Team Takashi Iizuka confirmed that there is a new Sonic game in development. Not

Steven Spielberg says he will ‘never make a Star Wars film’

Steven Spielberg and George Lucas have worked on many projects together including the Indiana Jones films. However, would Spielberg direct a Star Wars movie for Lucasfilm? While promoting Disney’s The

Star Trek Fan Film guidelines have been officially announced

With the drama going on surrounding Paramount/CBS and several Star Trek fan films, Paramount and CBS have officially released guidelines for the fan films being made. The guidelines touched on

The 42nd Annual Saturn Awards winners and honorees

It was a night of celebration for all things sci-fi, fantasy, and horror for television and movies at the 42nd Annual Saturn Awards at The Castaway in Burbank, California. Presented