Movies

Gloomy Eyes is a beautiful, gloomy and enveloping VR animated movie

VR is still a new platform for animated films, and we’ve seen wonderful examples of them in action. Publisher and co-producer ARTE has partnered up with co-producers AtlasV, 3DAR, Ryot

My Spy Review

Family-friendly buddy cop films are kind of a rare subgenre in Hollywood. It makes sense because you can’t make a thrilling action-comedy with a kid as a partner. Yet My Spy is

Michael Keaton might be playing Batman in Ezra Miller’s Flash film

Michael Keaton delivered a more serious take on Batman, which was completely different from what fans experienced before with Adam West’s Batman. It wasn’t an obvious casting choice, and there

RIP Joel Schumacher, the director of Batman and Robin and The Lost Boys

Joel Schumacher’s Batman films are a guilty pleasure of mine. It gave us a very colorful world of Gotham, Arnold Schwarzenegger dishing out cheesy puns as Mr. Freeze, Batman credit

Young Darkseid teased in Zack Snyder’s Justice League sneak peek footage

The current version of Justice League is disliked by many Zack Snyder fans, and there was a movement that pushed for his director’s cut of the big DC superhero team-up.

DC FanDome virtual event to tease SnyderCut, The Batman, The Suicide Squad, Black Adam

A recent leak has revealed some information that Warner Bros. was planning a global virtual event, DC FanDome, on August 22nd to promote its upcoming films, TV shows, games and

Release dates moved for Tenet, Wonder Woman 1984, No Time To Die

Release dates for films and video games have been shuffling around a lot due to the current pandemic. Affected video games include The Last of Us Part II and Ghost

Mr. Jones Review

World War II is an era of time that world cinema continually keeps on going back to. Then again, so many tragic and inspiring stories came from the era that

Pretty in Pink – Blu-ray Review

Pretty in Pink is a film that has endured for over thirty years. Even though you may have not gone to high school in the ’80s, the film still feels

Long Gone Summer Review

During the 90s, major league baseball was on life-support due to the 1994 players strike. A majority of fans have left baseball, and with the NBA (see: Michael Jordan) and

Giveaway: JAWS 45th Anniversary 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray

Jaws is a classic and terrifying film from director Steven Spielberg, and the film’s iconic theme will definitely send shivers down people’s spine. The film is now available for the

Be Water Review

When you think of the name Bruce Lee, you think of the words, icon, hero, or legend. Several decades after his death in 1973 and Bruce Lee is still fondly

Zack Snyder confirms Darkseid for his Justice League cut

Zack Snyder’s cut of Justice League is happening, and it will be coming to HBO Max in 2021. To get fans even more hyped, the director has confirmed on Twitter

JAWS – 45th Anniversary 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

 For modern-day audiences, JAWS might not necessarily live up to the hype that you’ll end up being “afraid to go into the ocean.” Yet what makes JAWS so scary is the same

The Invisible Man – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

The Invisible Man is one of those films that’s made to be socially relevant to today’s social climate. Thanks to “The Handmaiden’s Tale,” Elisabeth Moss has a knack for getting

Brahms: The Boy II – Blu-ray Review

If you’ve seen the first film then chances are you’re curious about the sequel. However, Brahms: The Boy II isn’t necessarily a film that requires you to have seen the

Emma – Blu-ray Review

If you’re unfamiliar with the novel as I am then the story might be a bit confusing to follow. To an outsider, there isn’t an overall story arc to follow.

Zack Snyder’s cut of Justice League is coming to HBO Max: Victory for #ReleasetheSnyderCut

Zack Snyder was originally attached to direct Justice League for DC and Warner Bros. In the end, the director was no longer a part of the project with Joss Whedon

Scoob! Review: The origin of the Mystery gang

The last theatrical Scooby-Doo film was the live-action sequel, Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed, and that was back in 2004. 16 years later, we finally get another theatrical film titled Scoob!,

Iain Armitage on playing young Shaggy and practicing his ‘zoinks’ in Scoob!

Scoob! was originally scheduled for a theatrical release on May 15, 2020. Due to the current pandemic, Warner Bros. has opted to release the movie digitally instead. The release date