Review: Tomb Raider

Lara Croft is one of video games’s biggest icons. Even those not familiar with the wonky original 3D titles or the recently rebooted series know who Croft is, even if they can’t recognize her, or tell you what she’s like. ...


SXSW Review: A Vigilante

A few weeks ago I had the displeasure to sit through Eli Roth's Death Wish, a revenge thriller that sucked for many reasons, but most importantly because you didn't really care about the revenge at all. There was no emotional push to g...


Danger Girl movie picks up a screenwriter

The Danger Girl film now has a screenwriter, and it probably isn't going to blow anyone away. Rising action screenwriter Umair Aleem will take on the task of turning the 90s comic book into what is hoped to be a new female-led action franch...


Chris Tucker Confrims Rush Hour 4 Production

Chris Tucker, the man of a million mouths, has officially confirmed production of Rush Hour 4 on ESPN podcast The Plug. He stated, "It's happening. This is gonna be the rush of all rushes. Jackie is ready, and we want to do this so people d...


Sharknado 6 will have time travel

Sharknado is an annual franchise that, in its heart of hearts, seeks to answer one nagging question: How do you jump the shark when the sharks can fly? Given the synopsis for the Syfy's upcoming Sharknado 6, I'd say they're trying their dam...


Call of Duty live-action movie signs Sicario 2 director

We guess we should be eating our words now, because a Call of Duty movie is probably happening. Activision Blizzard Studios, a real film and television studio as of 2015, is bullish on bringing their mega-franchise to the big scre...


Review: Black Panther

The fact of the matter is you don't see movies like Black Panther made. I'm not talking about the groundbreaking facts you already know about the movie: its almost entirely black cast, with an almost entirely black creative team l...


Alita, The Predator release dates pushed back by Fox

20th Century Fox set four release dates for some upcoming films, revealing that two in particular are being pushed back. Alita: Battle Angel, the Robert Rodriguez-directed and James Cameron-produced adaptation of the manga, and Shane Black'...


Universal's Extinction resurrected at Netflix

Universal’s sci-fi horror thriller Extinction was supposed to hit theaters on January 26th of this year, but was inexplicably dropped from their release schedule 2 months before it was set to debut. Today Netflix announced they had ac...


Super Bowl TV spot for Skyscraper features tall building

Dwayne Johnson can do no wrong (well, almost no wrong). The guy just makes blockbusters, and not much looks more blockbustery than Skycraper, a movie where Johnson must traverse a really tall building in order to save his family from evil ...


Review: Den of Thieves

We all know January sucks for the most part in terms of movie releases. Studios are either pushing their Oscar hopefuls out wide or dumping the things they couldn't release the rest of the year. It's a rare case when a January movies are ra...


Second trailer for Tomb Raider movie expands on the plot

When the first trailer for Tomb Raider hit I was, shall we say, less than enthusiastic about it. While the film does star the awesome Alicia Vikander it also looked kind of like a hot mess of scenes from the game clumsily stuck t...


Best look at Ant-Man and the Wasp in... Ant-Man and the Wasp

I think of all the Marvel films Ant-Man is the least appreciated. The studio made a fun little heist movie that sat outside most of the continuity of the universe, and as such it didn't generate quite as much hype as other films. Hopef...


John Wick spin-off show, The Continental, is a go at Starz

John Wick is a damn tiny miracle brought to us by our lord and savor Keanu Reeves. The first movie was a blast of fresh action air and the sequel didn't dissapoint either. That's why news of a the possibility of a spin-off TV show call...


Review: The Commuter

The header image above isn’t even from The Commuter, that’s how ubiquitous images of Liam Neeson holding a gun on a train have become. Actually, it is from The Commuter, here’s the one that’s not. Actually...


First Bumblebee image gives us a VW Bug

The Transformers films are going full cinematic universe soon with the first spinoff film, Bumblebee, coming out next December. That's a bit away, but considering the flop that was Transformers: The Last Knight Paramount probably wants to s...


Review: Bright

Buddy-cop movies: you’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all, am I right? No, it turns out, not at all. Bright, Netflix’s most expensive film to date ($90M), directed by David Ayer and starring Will Smith  and Joel...


See Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle early and free

I'm actually quite looking for to Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. Not really because I'm a big fan whatever franchise they're trying to make out of it, but because I like the rock doing dumb movies. He's just good at it and hopefully he's g...


Check out the first teaser for The Incredibles 2

There isn't much to go on in this teaser, honestly, but it does confirm a few things. Baby Jack Jack has a couple of new powers, and the Incredibles theme still pulls at my heartstrings the way it used too.  The sequel will ...


Danger Girl movie rights scooped up

I'd like to tell you that I got into the Danger Girl comics when they first came out because I was into their tongue-in-cheek take on the James Bond spy film genre. But I was a teenage boy in the 90s so I think we all know why I picked...


First Rampage movie images punch their way into existence

The Rampage games were never anything that special. Basically the same thing level after level for more than 100 levels with slight variations as things progressed through the years. But they hold a special place in my heart becau...


Review: Thor: Ragnarok

While I like the Marvel Cinematic Universe overall, I've never been that interested in the Thor movies. I love the Walt Simonson run on The Mighty Thor, but the previous live-action films featuring the God of Thunder never really appealed t...


There's a What We Do in the Shadows TV Show in the pipeline

This weekend, thousands of moviegoers will flock to theaters for Thor: Ragnarok, the highly anticipated return of Thor in a standalone movie that doesn't look as boring as his first two outings. What's curious is the director behind Ra...


Review: Blade of the Immortal

Takashi Miike is, in the purest sense of the word, prolific. He has dedicated himself to churning out film after film, year in and year out, often with wildly differing levels of success. Sure, it’s easy to look at fantastic works lik...


A meteorologist reviews Geostorm

Whenever you see a new action movie coming out that defies the laws of physics or sense you are always told to "check your brain at the door." Now for most movies I can do this, I'll watch a giant green man who got his powers from exposure ...


Review: The Foreigner

It’s been a while since we’ve seen Jackie Chan in US cinemas, especially as a lead, and I for one, am happy to have him back. Think on it for a moment:  Jackie Chan is still one the world’s biggest stars (currently ra...


Star Wars: The Last Jedi finally receives a Trailer

It's finally arrived. The first trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi just premiered during Monday Night Football on ESPN.  This is the first look we've gotten at The Last Jedi since the teaser debuted back in April....


Pacific Rim: Uprising has some dope New Posters

If you've been waiting eagerly for more swords made of ships, more punches thrown with rocket boosters, more kaiju rampaging across the globe...well, you'll still have to wait for the release of Pacific Rim: Uprising. In the meantime, ...


Underworld franchise is moving to television

Like some sort of early 2000s zombie that just won't die the Underworld franchise is making a move to television with creator Len Wiseman bringing the show to the small screen. The director/writer/producer and his production compa...


Review: Kingsman: The Golden Circle

I think I open up every post I write about the original Kingsman movie like this, but what an effing surprise it was. In a rare occurrence I didn't catch the flick in theaters, and despite the positive reviews I still thought it l...


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Game Over, Man!"Let's hope there are no extra lives"


Ramen Heads"Ramen doc lacks focus in more ways than one"


Love, Simon"Gay teen romance, sponsored by Google and Oreos"


Tomb Raider"Not nearly enough rebar through the abdomen"


Jessica Jones season 2"You thought it couldn't get darker?"


SXSW Family"Not a Fast and Furious documentary"


Number 37"A Rear Window homage that's also like a lot of other thrillers"


SXSW The World Before Your Feet"And I would walk 8,500 miles ..."


SXSW Blockers"The true film title has a large 'chicken' in front of it"


SXSW The Unicorn"Threesomes are hard"


SXSW A Vigilante"Olivia Wilde is frickin' vicious"


SXSW Wobble Palace"A bit wobbly"


SXSW: Barry"Bill Hader is a hitman and the violence is "not funny""


Gringo"Does every nice guy have bad guy plans in reserve?"


A Wrinkle In Time"Mxyzptlk would not approve"


Ravenous"Fast zombies can't help this film's slow pace"


Death Wish"Timing is everything and nothing"


They Remain"Beautiful Cinematography in Horror"


The Ritual"This can't be good for Sweden's tourism"


Fullmetal Alchemist (2017)"Fullmetal Avengers: Age of Alchemy"


November"Still a better love story than Twi-- *chokes on own tongue and dies*"


Annihilation"Natalie Portman with a machine-gun, on shrooms!"