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 […]

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, […]

Dunkirk Review

Christopher Nolan’s newest film Dunkirk has received critical acclaim for his depiction of the Dunkirk evacuation. Given that his previous films like The Dark Knight Trilogy and most recently Interstellar were both huge successes, the bar for Dunkirk has been set high. This time around he chose to base his film during the early […]

‘Leatherface’ Trailer Released

The trailer for the new movie ‘Leatherface’ has just been released. The latest film in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise titled ‘Leatherface’, will mark the 8th film in the series. The films cast include Stephen Dorff (Blade, Somewhere), Vanessa Grasse (Astral, Roboshark), Sam Strike (EastEnders, M.I.High), and Lili Taylor (The Conjuring, American Crime), its […]

Wreck-It Ralph 2: Ralph Breaks the Internet Footage Revealed at D23

It’s been five years since Disney rocked the house with their video game centered film Wreck-It Ralph. In 2014, Henry Jackman revealed that the s ript for the sequel was being worked on & John Reilly followed up with confirmation in 2015 that he had signed on for the film’s sequel. During this year’s […]

John Lasseter Talks Incredibles 2

With the D23 Expo starting up today, a lot of moviegoers & gamers are looking forward to seeing just what Disney plans on unleashing at this year’s expo. We know that the follow-up to the Incredibles film is moving forward, but IGN got the chance to sit down with Pixar Studio head John Lasseter […]

New Concept Art & Screens From IT Reboot Are Here

Warner Bros. Pictures’ Reboot for Stephen King’s IT is only a few months away from hitting the big screen & has already generated some positive buzz for mirroring the novel & keeping it’s dark tone. Entertainment Weekly is keeping IT fresh in our minds by releasing some new concept art & screens from the […]

Flashback Friday: Oldboy (Review)

The second installment in the popular Korean ‘Vengeance’ Trilogy, ‘Oldboy’ has a very heavy cult following around the world. Released in 2003, the film deals with some very dark, heavy subjects; Revenge being the thematic centerpiece for this narrative. Directed by Park Chan-wook, the film has received numerous awards and nominations. Based off the […]

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Screening (NYC)

4 Geeks Like You are giving moviegoers the chance to see an early screening for Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. If you’d like to attend the screening, hit HERE to get your passes. The film is based on the French science fiction comics series Valérian and Laureline, written by Pierre Christin and illustrated by Jean-Claude Mézières. It stars Dane […]