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Perfectly Snug Smart Mattress Topper Review

Having bought a new bed about 6 months ago, I now know more about mattresses than I ever anticipated. I am very analytical and spent a good month and a

Interview: Andrew Koji on Snake Eyes, Storm Shadow, and Inspiring Young Actors

Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins is the latest live-action G.I. Joe film that follows the fan-favorite character, who’s known for wearing a cool mask and is an expert with weapons

Interview: Henry Golding on Snake Eyes, and His Ideas for a Sequel

Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins is the latest live-action G.I. Joe film that follows the fan-favorite character, who’s known for wearing a cool mask and is an expert with weapons

Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights Tickets Now on Sale

It’s never too early to get excited for Halloween, and Universal Studios Hollywood is already prepping up for Halloween Horror Nights from September 9 to October 31 on select nights.

New Dune Trailer Spotlights House Atreides

Warner Bros. has dropped the official main trailer for Dune, and it shows off the many members of House Atreides. Based on the book of the same name, the film

Old Review: (Growing) Old is a Huge Pain

M. Night Shyamalan has made a career out of mystery and suspense. While his career trajectory can be visualized in roller coaster form, Shyamalan isn’t afraid to push his cinematic

Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins Review: Shakespeare in Japan

Between the 80s Hasbro action figures, comic books, and cartoons, there’s mythology laid out in that lot that’s rich with depth and characterization. However, one of the most mysterious characters

A Quiet Place Part II – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

When we reviewed A Quiet Place Part II back in May, we said that the film “doesn’t slow down, doesn’t let up, and thankfully, doesn’t disappoint.” As we watch Part II again, everything still

Spiral: From the Book of Saw – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Though the original Jigsaw killer has been dead since Saw III, they just keep on making more Saw films through several of John Kramer’s disciples. Spiral: From the Book of Saw may be set in

Social Deception Game ‘Eville’ Gets Roadmap for 2021, 2022

Eville is currently in Early Access on Steam, and it’s a multiplayer social deception game that’s inspired by the fantasy genre and social deduction games like Werewolf and Secret Hitler.

Snake Eyes Final Trailer Features More Story and Action

Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins is coming out this Friday, and Paramount Pictures has released the final trailer online. It dives a bit deeper into the relationship between the titular

The Wraith (Vestron Video Collector’s Series) – Blu-ray Review

Cool cars. Hot chicks. Giant explosions. These are the elements that you’ll find in the cult classic, The Wraith. Needless to say, The Wraith is a pre-pubescent boy’s dream movie. However, no matter

Almost Famous – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Although Almost Famous is known widely as a coming-of-age story,  Almost Famous works better as a film about family. At the core of Crowe’s story is William Miller. His friendship with Stillwater, the band-aids,

The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run – Blu-ray Review

Director Tim Hill has the unenviable task of continuing the SpongeBob universe after the loss of creator Stephen Hillenburg. Not to mention, he had to create a film that also

Gabriel Iglesias on Speedy Gonzales, Space Jam: A New Legacy

Space Jam: A New Legacy is now in theaters and on HBO Max, and it features a large roster of popular icons including Bugs Bunny, Superman, Wonder Woman, King Kong,

Fear Street Part 3: 1666 Cast and Fans Pack Premiere Event in LA

Fear Street Part 3: 1666 is now available on Netflix, and it’s the final and third film of the Fear Street Trilogy, based on the book series from R. L.

Die in a Gunfight Review: Dead on Arrival

“O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?” Now, how many times have you heard those words spoken throughout your life? How many times have you seen an adaptation of Shakespeare’s

Delusion Creator on Reaper’s Remorse: ‘The Most Terrifying Delusion Yet’

Delusion is a horror, interactive play where you get to be part of the story, and it’s coming back with a vengeance! Reaper’s Remorse, the next tale in the Delusion

Silat Warriors: Deed of Death Review: Martial Arts At Its Most Boring

Martial arts films have made a resurgence as of late. The genre has morphed, and countries throughout the world have brought their own spin on the genre. In Malaysia, Islam

Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain Review: The Man and The Myth

For so many people, Anthony Bourdain was more than just a globe-trotting purveyor of culinary cuisines and cultures. Even beloved is a word that doesn’t come close to capturing what