Edgar Wright's Last Night in Soho pushed back to next year

As has been the case with so many other film and television shoots, Edgar Wright's Last Night in Soho had to suspend operations earlier this year as the Covid-19 pandemic began to unfold. While the film had a scheduled release date of Septe...


Frank Marshall updates production on Indiana Jones 5

With Memorial Day coming and going in the US and theaters still shuttered by the coronavirus pandemic, one could be forgiven for not feeling in the movie mood. WRONG! Providing an update on the upcoming fifth Indiana Jones film, producer Fr...


Take a fresh gander at Christopher Nolan's Tenet

"All I have for you is a word... 'Tenet.'"  The current state of American movie theaters might be up in the air still, but Christopher Nolan's latest will be there to pick up the slack, whenever the doors open once again. So why not p...


TV imitates life in the new Space Force trailer

In a deluge of shows to watch and viewers with nothing but time in which to watch, Netflix released it's new trailer for its upcoming comedy, Space Force. Brought to you by a reunited Greg Daniels and Steve Carell (the two worked together ...


Review: She-Ra and the Princesses of Power (Season 5)

Finales are hard. Some finales are able to meet the heavy burden of fan expectation like Breaking Bad's sensational finale that still gives me chills to this day, delivering exactly what fans wanted while crafting an ending that feels justi...


The DCEU is in a much healthier position than the MCU

Two years ago, the DCEU was a joke. When DC set out to create a cinematic universe to rival Marvel's history making experiment, the results were almost always going to pale in comparison to whatever Marvel did. That didn't mean that the pro...


Luca Guadagnino will direct a remake of Scarface

In a bit of supergroup-level news, Italian filmmaker Luca Guadagnino will continue his streak of reimagining classic films, following Suspiria, with a "reboot" of the rags-to-blood-stained-riches tale of Scarface.


Review: Blood Quantum

There are those who proclaim that horror should stick to scaring you instead of trying to be something more, especially in recent years as the slasher has given way to more cerebral and nuanced fare. However, horror has always been rooted i...


Review: Capone

There's a point near the end of Josh Trank's Capone where a young FBI agent pleads with his superior to okay an interview with the aging, senile Chicago mobster of the film's namesake. The senior agent dismisses Capone (Tom Hardy)...


Swamp Thing will raise them bones on the CW... kind of

Just when you thought the saga of Swamp Thing was done, somehow it manages to crop up again in the oddest of ways. Last year, DC Universe premiered their premiere horror title Swamp Thing to modest praise, but it was everything else surroun...


Tribeca Review: Asia

There's nothing quite like watching a movie about dying teenagers, is there? From The Fault In Our Stars to Me, Earl, and the Dying Girl, movies about terminal illnesses in adolescents might not be as common as you may think, but they almos...


AMC stock on the up after Amazon expresses interest

Movie theaters shuttered by the COVID-19 pandemic are entering potentially-dangerous periods of downtime. With studio releases being delayed left and right, and a reopening seemingly without a definite date, AMC theaters have been hit hard.


Tribeca Review: Banksy Most Wanted

While I was living in the UK in 2015, there was one place that my friends and I always wanted to go: Dismaland. The theme park was billed as being one of the most depressing places on Earth, a den of misery and depression that took several ...


Scandal finds new streaming home on Hulu

The popular ABC series Scandal will be finding a new home on Hulu in the near future. Starting May 20, Netflix will lose the rights to the primetime political drama and all 124 episodes (which makes up around seven season) will be placed on...


National Tresure is being adapted into a series for Disney+

The lack of an Indiana Jones film in our lives may soon be rectified. In an interview with Collider about his new Starz series Hightown, producer Jerry Bruckheimer revealed that everything is in motion for him to produce a TV series based o...


Spike Lee's new film is Netflix-bound this June

American filmmaking icon Spike Lee took to Twitter this morning to confirm the world premiere of his upcoming war film Da 5 Bloods, occuring exclusively on Netflix next month, June 12th.


Tribeca Review: 12 Hour Shift

Is the world of organ trafficking ripe for cinematic exploration? I ask because it seems that there's at least one movie a year that crops up on the independent scene that wants to tackle this topic and it's never as clean as it could be. I...


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Blood Quantum"Blood, gore, zombies... social commentary"


Capone"The Fonz freaks out"


Tribeca Asia"Boring me to death"


Tribeca Banksy Most Wanted"The real invisible man"


Tribeca 12 Hour Shift"A real night shift from hell"


Tribeca Ainu Mosir"Kuma killer"


The Willoughbys"Of mustaches and murder"


Extraction"It's all we got"


The Midnight Gospel"Duuuuuuuuuuuude"


Agent Toby Barks"That's the ticket"


For Madmen Only: The Stories of Del Close"A look behind the comedy curtain"


Trolls World Tour"Sing it again, Sam... but not as good"


Tigertail"A stroll down memory lane"


Butt Boy"Solid"


We Summon the Darkness"Attack of the evil church girls"


Why Don't You Just Die!"Drain-licking good"


Coffee & Kareem"No thank you, I'll have tea"


Tiger King"Quarantine with Joe Exotic"


Slay the Dragon"A powerful piece on political activism and the impact an individual can have"


The Platform"As above, so below"


SXSW Critical Thinking"What's your next move?"


Bloodshot"A bloody mess (not the good kind)"


SXSW Drunk Bus"Going round in circles"