I Watched Top Gun with Val Kilmer at a Military Base

[ad_1] I’ll just get this out of the way up top, but know that I’m going somewhere with this; I’ve never liked Top Gun. Naturally, those lovers of the 80s classic are welcome to sharpen those pitchforks now, but hear me out. I watched the movie once in my youth and a whole lot of […]

Rise of Skywalker Death Star Mystery Solved in Older Star Wars Book?

[ad_1] The Rise of Skywalker trailer provided us with our first hint at the return of the iconic Death Star. Since then, there have been a flood of questions about which Death Star it actually is. J.J. Abrams and Lucasfilm have been doing an excellent job keeping everything under wraps, so we probably won’t really […]

Aquarela Review: A Mesmerizing Water Documentary

[ad_1] Aquarela‘s singular focus is the unrelenting power of water. Filmed at a mesmerizing 96 frames per second, Aquarela spans the globe showing the effects of climate change to life’s primary element. Russian director Victor Kossakovsky takes you on a stark and visceral journey. His documentary has zero narration, mere crumbs of dialogue, and no […]

The Hangman Is Back and Thirsty for More Blood

[ad_1] At long last, we have a trailer for The Gallows Act II. This is a sequel that has been in the works for quite some time, and has actually been finished, or at least shot, for a couple of years, based on prior reports. Sure, long-delayed releases are rarely a good sign for any […]

Christian Bale Is Dying to See Joker, Calls Joaquin Phoenix Brave

[ad_1] The excitement surrounding Joker is reaching a fever pitch as the film nears release after having recently won the best film award at the Venice Film Festival. The last time a Batman-related movie received this much critical acclaim was The Dark Knight featuring Heath Ledger’s Oscar-winning Joker performance. Ledger’s co-star in the film, Christian […]

Will IT Chapter Two Scare Hustlers Away from the Top of the Box Office?

[ad_1] IT Chapter Two opened last weekend and gave the box office a much-needed shot in the arm with a $91 million take. Pennywise and The Losers Club should be collecting another very fat stack of cash on their second week out, but STX also has the buzzed-about Hustlers set to arrive, which could represent […]

Last Blood Infomercial Delivers Rambo’s Greatest Hits, Kills & Massacres

[ad_1] Ahead of releasing Rambo: Last Blood in theaters, Lionsgate is having some fun marketing the franchise with a new parody infomercial. For a collection dubbed “Rambo’s Greatest Hits,” the faux ad presents all of Rambo’s greatest “kills and massacres for the first time in one amazing collection.” Edited in a fashion similar to infomercials […]

Apple’s ‘slofie’ is its most pointless ‘innovation’ since Animoji

[ad_1] That declarative statement of unambiguous triumph was issued by Tim Cook at today’s Apple event   held in the company’s Steve Jobs Theater. The CEO was heaping praise on his underlings’ role in bringing the various products and services presented onstage to market — a feat which, in his mind, would surely be the crowning […]

Rise of Skywalker Death Star Mystery Solved in Older Star Wars Book?

[ad_1] The Rise of Skywalker trailer provided us with our first hint at the return of the iconic Death Star. Since then, there have been a flood of questions about which Death Star it actually is. J.J. Abrams and Lucasfilm have been doing an excellent job keeping everything under wraps, so we probably won’t really […]

A Quiet Place Writers Explain Why They’re Less Involved with the Sequel [Exclusive]

[ad_1] Scott Beck and Bryan Woods were largely responsible for one of the biggest surprise hits of 2018, A Quiet Place. They penned the script, which Paramount then picked up and tapped John Krasinski to direct. Ultimately, it proved to be a critically-heralded, inventive horror blockbuster which, naturally, paved the way for A Quiet Place […]