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THE EQUALIZER 2: Denzel is Back in New Trailer, And Many Bad People Are Going to Die

Denzel Washington is back as Robert McCall in The Equalizer 2, the sequel to the action hit made by Antoine Fuqua in 2014. Washington and Fuqua have teamed up with screenwriter Richard Wenk for another dose of ballistic bodily harm....

DEADPOOL 2: The Final Trailer is Here and Peter Responded to the Ad

The final trailer for Deadpool 2 is here, ahead of its release on May 18th.  Chock (Or is it cock? You'll see) full of sight gags and humor, there is also way more spectacle to the action this time around....

70s Rewind: CONRACK, Jon Voight as a Real-Life White Savior

Jon Voight stars as the titular character, a young white teacher who comes to an island off the coast of South Carolina in March 1969. He's been hired to fill in for a teacher on a health leave, only to...

INCREDIBLES 2: Check Out The New Trailer

The Incredibles was kind of a big deal when it first came out in 2004. It was a few years after director Brad Bird had turned heads with the equally awesome Iron Giant but now he was enveloped within the...

Review: Netflix's LOST IN SPACE

In the future the Robinson family is part of the twenty-fourth colonial fleet, on their way to Alpha Centauri to make a new life for themselves. But disaster strikes the mother ship, the Resolute, and the Robinsons find themselves at...

Trailer Time: Holy Shit, You Guys. THE MEG. I'm in.

Jason Statham, Li Bingbing, and Winston Chao fight a prehistoric shark dinosaur in a Lost World-style underwater wonderland. THE MEG Sign me up. In the film, a deep-sea submersible—part of an international undersea observation program—has been attacked by a massive...

SOLO A STAR WARS STORY: Han Solo Joins a Crew in New Trailer

Just days after the announcement that Solo: A Star Wars Story will have its World Premiere at Cannes next month we have a new trailer!    Board the Millennium Falcon and journey to a galaxy far, far away in “Solo:...

Review: A QUIET PLACE, ... ! ... ? ... ?! ... ! .... !! ..... !!! ... !!!!!

Imagine a world that has been silenced by mysterious creatures. The deadly threat inherent in the premise is riveted home in an opening sequence that immediately sets the neat and efficient A Quiet Place apart from other neat and efficient...

70s Rewind: FAT CITY, Broads, Booze and Boxing, Bleakly

To be honest, I didn't feel that good before I finally started watching John Huston's adaptation of Leonard Gardner's novel the other night, but afterward, it was only the sheer exhaustion of a long day's work that allowed me to...

Now on Blu-ray: STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI Is Worth Another Look On Blu-ray

Just in case you weren't paying attention, last December LucasFilm and Disney released a new installment in the Star Wars series, the Rian Johnson (Brick, Looper) directed Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi. For the first time in a...

Notes on Streaming: WILD WILD COUNTRY Digs Deep Into Fear and Religion

Where were you in 1981? In June of that year, I attended a lonely Saturday morning screening of Raiders of the Lost Ark. Unable to convince any of my friends to accompany me to a movie widely perceived as a...

70s Rewind: THE DROWNING POOL, Paul Newman Makes Me Sweat

A sequel that arrived nine years after the original, The Drowning Pool follows Los Angeles private detective Lew Harper on a case that made me sweat from Louisiana languor. Paul Newman is sterling in the lead role, stepping easily back...

Review: READY PLAYER ONE, Submitting Yourself to The Matrix Has Never Been This Much Fun

Upon exiting the theater after Ready Player One, my immediate takeaway was that “they don’t make films like this anymore.” Based on the 2011 novel by Ernest Cline, Ready Player One takes place in the near-future of 2045, a dystopian...

I KILL GIANTS Interview: Madison Wolfe Discusses Her Most Challenging Role Yet

At only 15 years of age, Madison Wolfe already has a resume that demands admiration. The young actress got her start opposite Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis in The Campaign before joining such high profile projects as True Detective, Joy,...

Review: ISLE OF DOGS, Absolute Nerdy Fun

Already hotly anticipated by the director's fiercly loyal fans ever since the film's trailer was dropped by Fox Searchlight last year, Wes Anderson's brilliant animated feature Isle of Dogs does not disappoint and proves to be quite another little idiosyncratic gem in...

WILDLING Trailer: Bel Powley Blossoms Into a Beast

Remember how Bel Powley sort of took the world by storm with her disarming turn in Marielle Heller’s The Diary of a Teenage Girl? Well, look out because she’s returning to the coming-of-age genre that helped put her on the...

AVENGERS INFINITY WAR: New Trailer And Poster

Well, here we are. It's a new trailer for Avengers Infinity War and all of the Marvel Universe eggs are one basket. And Thanos has a hankering for an omelet. We feel we are beyond the point where any more...

Review: TOMB RAIDER, Exhuming Yet Another Lifeless Video Game Adaptation on the Masses

Lara Croft, a pioneer of videogame heroic protagonists, a sex symbol, and part of the United Kingdom export of girl power, has endured since the PlayStation convinced us that pixels can be appealing. Sex, of course, was a lot easier...

Review: Step Inside The DEMON HOUSE

Premiering in 2008, Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventures has been a tour of allegedly haunted locations in the US and abroad for ten seasons and counting. Host Zak Bagans has earned a reputation as the “bad boy” of paranormal investigation, the...

70s Rewind: SCORPIO, Cynical Spies Like Us

Cynical times prompt cynical films. The early 1970s were a cynical time for many people. The bloom and possibilities of the 1960s were rapidly fading. In 1972, U.S. President Richard M. Nixon easily won re-election, even as the Watergate investigation...