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The Dead Don’t Die – Blu-ray Review

Let me be very clear, The Dead Don’t Die is not for everyone. Primarily because the film is just so incredibly weird. The Dead Don’t Die will mostly appeal to those

The Goldfinch Review

Hollywood adaptations of critically acclaimed books are nothing new. It’s been around since the early days of the motion picture. So it’s no surprise that Hollywood would try to adapt

Review: Amazon’s Undone is unlike anything you’ve seen on episodic television

Amazon Prime Video has been knocking it out of the park with its original programming including The Boys and Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan. With action and superheroes already set, the

Hustlers Review

Female-led crime dramas are a dime a dozen in Hollywood. This year we’ve had two female-led crime dramas. Unfortunately, the other film is the absolutely awful The Kitchen. Nevertheless, people

Ghost Recon Breakpoint Beta is not what Ghost Recon fans wanted

Ghost Recon Breakpoint had a closed beta over the weekend, and we had the chance to experience the tactical shooter. Let’s begin by saying that this is based on the

Doctor Sleep final trailer brings Danny back to the Overlook Hotel

In the final trailer to the sequel to the 1980 classic Stephen King-horror-film The Shining, Doctor Sleep shows an older Danny Torrance (Ewan McGregor) returning to the Hotel that possessed his father and

Crunchyroll announces new partnership with VIZ Media Europe Group

  Since its launch back in 2006, Crunchyroll has grown to become a global anime brand. Today, Crunchyroll, a subsidiary of Otter Media (a WarnerMedia company), has announced its brand

Skullcandy Sesh (review)

In the wake of its Push and Indy true wireless earbuds, Skullcandy continues to shake up the market with its latest pair “Sesh.” What makes this pair stand out from

Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan Season 2 trailer is here

Amazon Prime Video is continuing to pump out original content, and soon fans will get to see John Krasinski return in Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan Season 2 in November. A

Crunchyroll Expo 2019 roundup

Over the labor day weekend, Crunchyroll held its latest expo for its thousands of adoring fans. There’s plenty to see and do over the three-day convention, and for those who were not

New trailer for Just Mercy features Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Foxx, Brie Larson

Destin Daniel Cretton has been in the limelight thanks to his attachment as the director of Marvel Studios’ Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. However, moviegoers won’t be

Discovery Tour: Ancient Greece takes players back to Assassin’s Creed Odyssey

Fans of Egyptian history were in for a treat when Ubisoft implemented the Discovery Tour in Assassin’s Creed Origins. But what about a Discovery Tour for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, which

Aladdin (1992) – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

It’s crazy to think that Disney animation rarely made any cartoonish-type films. In other words, films that are slapstick or comedy. Then again, people didn’t think a feature-length cartoon film

Halo Discovery Outpost lets you experience the Halo Universe like never before

Since its initial release in 2001, the Halo franchise changed the modern first-person shooter with its gripping and compelling storyline and provocative gameplay. With almost 20 years of a storied

Interview: Isaiah Mustafa on It Chapter Two and Pennywise

It Chapter Two hits theaters this weekend, and Pennywise returns to haunt the poor members of the Losers’ Club decades later. We had the chance to chat with Isaiah Mustafa,

Review: It Chapter Two is more comedy than horror

It is the film adaptation of Stephen King’s book, and it focused on the kids of the Losers’ Club as they try to survive against Pennywise, an evil entity terrorizing

Men in Black: International – Blu-ray Review

No one knows why Men in Black: International was made. Even with likable stars such as Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson, there was no reason for the film to be

Review: Joker is a game changer for comic book movies

With Todd Phillips helming Joker, I had reservations due to his work in comedies like The Hangover, Old School and Road Trip. But with Warner Bros. giving the okay for

Review: Telling Lies will have you digging deeper into personal lives of people

Here I am, inside a room, with a laptop filled with secretly recorded video conversations, “courtesy” of the NSA. These videos follow four people and their intimate lives. Each only shows

Campaign for giant Unicron Transformer has been extended to October

Hasbro has hopes to launch its biggest Transformers figure yet with Transformers: War for Cybertron Unicron via a crowdfunding campaign. The figure is a beast, and those who attended San Diego