The Defenders Review

The moment all Marvel Netflix fans have been waiting for has finally arrived. After a total of five seasons The Unbreakable Luke Cage, the perpetually pissed Jessica Jones, the Devil of Hell’s Kitchen and the Iron Fist finally meet to form the team that will save New York. After the mixed reviews Iron Fist got […]

The Dark Tower Review

A mysterious Man in Black (Matthew McConaughey) is using children to strike at the Dark Tower, the structure in the center of the multiverse that keeps demons and other forces of darkness out. This tower protects all the various universes and keeps them stable.  The only thing standing in his way is Roland Deschain (Idris […]

Annabelle: Creation Review

Annabelle:Creation is the prequel to Annabelle (2014), which was the prequel to The Conjuring (2013). So Annabelle 2 is really the prequel to the prequel. Even though that makes it sound like it’s going to be an awful cash grab of a movie, you may find yourself surprised at how good it actually is. Annabelle 2 […]

Atomic Blonde Review

A movie with a female spy who happens to be British tends to get the inevitable James Bond comparisons. But director David Leitch (John Wick) gives us something in a totally different class. Yes this is about a British spy who happens to be stylish, but never in any Bond flick has the action […]

Stargate Origins Teaser Trailer

It’s a been a while since Stargate was last seen on air, and quite honestly some fans are still upset that the popular Atlantis got canceled to make way for the short lived Universe. Some were worried that we’d never get another show. This week MGM put those fears to rest by announcing a […]

Netflix’s ‘Bright’ Trailer Released

Fresh out of San Diego Comic Con is an interesting new movie from Netflix. Combine the star power of Will Smith with Suicide Squad director Dayid Ayer and – wait for it-  orcs, elves, and fairies, and you get Bright. On  Thursday, Netflix (in its first ever SDCC Hall H panel) granted the fans […]

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Review

Luc Besson’s most well known and loved sci fi film is The Fifth Element. If you’ve seen that, you know he loves vibrant, imaginative set pieces with quirky aliens. Valerian is not nearly as strong or endearing a film, but it’s still an enjoyable two hour diversion. Valerian and Laureline are government space officers, […]

EVO To Hold Dragon Ball FighterZ Exhibition Matches This Weekend

In a move Goku himself would be proud of, fans will get to see real time gameplay of the  upcoming Dragon Ball FighterZ (see the E3 2017 trailer here) this weekend at EVO 2017. Bandai Namco Entertainment is letting some of the world’s top players battle it out on stream in an early build version of […]

Lucy Liu Signs On To Direct Luke Cage

Marvel and Netflix just announced that Lucy Liu will direct the Luke Cage season two premiere. Liu, who directed four episodes of the show “Elementary” has this to say: What a thrill to collaborate with Marvel and Netflix, two industry titans, who paint our world with inspiring stories and beguiling characters. It is an […]

Shadow of Mordor Free To Play This Weekend

If you followed any part of E3, you probably saw some orcs getting set on fire in that crazy demo for Shadow of War. The action hyped up a lot of fans; who wouldn’t be excited to train and lead your very own Orc army? If you have no clue what I’m talking about, […]