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The Hole in the Ground

Capturing a mysteriously eerie tone and showcasing how creepy the woods can really be, The Hole in the Ground is a strong feature debut for Irish…READ MORE→

Jump Force

Bringing an incredible amount of excellent manga characters and stories since their start in 1968, Weekly Shonen Jump is currently celebrating its 50th Anniversary in the…READ MORE→ 

Isn’t It Romantic

While she’s usually seen just outside of the spotlight, Rebel Wilson completely owns it with a confidently funny performance in Isn’t It Romantic, which tackles the ins…READ MORE→ 

Cold Pursuit

While he may have had more memorable dramatic roles, Liam Neeson has slowly become a recognizable name in the world of action movies. Over the years,…READ MORE→ 

The Prodigy

With an incredibly eerie lead performance and some interesting scares that come from Nicolas McCarthy’s careful direction, The Prodigy gives viewers enough scares to make it…READ MORE→


In her feature debut, Braid, director/screenwriter Mitzi Peroine has crafted a truly fascinating and slow-burning psychological thriller that gives an in-depth look into pure insanity. The film..READ MORE→

Resident Evil 2 Remake

The Resident Evil franchise is highly regarded as a strong influence on the survival horror genre and within the series. It’s not uncommon to hear that…READ MORE→


While Serenity may have talent that typically rises to the occasion, none of them can save it. The film completely sinks in creating a mysterious thriller. Even when it…READ MORE→

The Upside

While a solid departure from straight comedy for Kevin Hart, The Upside struggles with an inconsistent tone and ends up being much more of a downer. The…READ MORE→

Escape Room

When I saw the trailer for Escape Room, I thought that it was just cashing in on a trend and would be a legitimately terrible movie….READ MORE→

Holmes and Watson

Is there a more iconic duo than that of the illustrious Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson? Probably not, as you can truly never go wrong…READ MORE→

Mary Poppins Returns

I’ve been dreading seeing Mary Poppins Returns for the simple reason of not wanting to support Disney in creating unnecessary sequels and live-action remakes of films…READ MORE→

Mortal Engines

Based on the best-selling novel series by Phillip Reeves, Mortal Engines promises to be the next great epic adventure from Peter Jackson. Jackson, who directed iconic…READ MORE→

Into the Spiderverse BREAKCAST

Webheads Unite! If you love Spider-man THIS is the podcast for you. Our own version of the Spider-verse: Film Editor Marisa Carpico, Senior Editor Logan J. Fowler, Music Editor Kat…READ MORE→

Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse

If you ask damn near anyone who their favorite superhero is, it’s a pretty safe bet that many people would probably say Spider-Man. He’s gotten his..READ MORE→

Anna and the Apocalypse

Now, before I get to the movie, this review needs to start with a quick apology. Just to take a quick peek behind the curtain, my…READ MORE→

Spyro: Reignited Trilogy

Being one of the most iconic characters from the original PlayStation era, Spyro the Dragon has seen quite the struggle since the franchise was bought by…READ MORE→

Green Book

Green Book takes its viewers through a tough, yet heartwarming journey through the 1960’s American South as two men learn the…READ MORE→

Robin Hood

The story of Robin Hood is probably one of the oldest, and most classic tales told to us as kids. He’s…READ MORE→


WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD Exploring the world of online web cam girls and the repercussions of doing anything to be famous, Netflix’s new film, Cam, is not…READ MORE→


Zombies have been rising in popularity since George A. Romero first had the dead rise from their graves back in 1968 with Night of Living Dead. Since this first…READ MORE→

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms

Disney is at it again with another live-action adaptation of an iconic tale. However, unlike more recent adaptations, this film isn’t actually based on a classic…READ MORE→

From Romero to Overlord: A Visual History of Zombies in Film

Zombies are easily one of the most iconic, fan favorite monsters in film history. They’ve
basically become their own genre at this point. They’ve got their…READ MORE→

Can You Ever Forgive Me?

To say that I’m not the biggest Melissa McCarthy fan is an understatement. I think her career has been slowly declining…READ MORE→

Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween Review

Based on the popular children’s book series by R.L Stine, Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween attempts to capture the same magic the 2015 original…READ MORE→

Mega Man 11 Review

There’s really no other character in the video game industry that has been disrespected throughout the years more than Mega Man. It’s been forever…READ MORE→

The Hate U Give Review

Is it just me, or are there more films than ever that have political and social themes as part of their plot?Don’t get me wrong, it’s…READ MORE→

From Sundance to The Gun: A Robert Redford Career Retrospective

When news broke that The Old Man and the Gun would be legendary actor/director Robert Redford’s last role, I found myself suddenly interested in the film….Read More→

Hell Fest Review

It’s probably an unpopular opinion, but as a long-time horror fan, the genre needs the return of slasher movies. It has typical…Read More→

Spider-Man PS4 Review

Making a video game about Marvel Comics’ most beloved web-swinging hero, Spider-Man, may seem like an easy task, but it really isn’t. There’s so much that goes into creating… READ MORE→

Kin Review

When a new sci-fi drama produced by the people who brought us Stranger Things and Arrival, one wouls expect to see a solid mash-up…READ MORE→

Mile 22 Review

You know, you would think after working on a few films together, a director and actor would begin to form a strong bond—especially when they work on similar projects…READ MORE→