Comic Books

We’re Going to Put a Happy Little Deadpool 2 Teaser Right Here

Why does June have to be so far away? If you’re not asking that question, drop whatever meaningless-by-comparison task preoccupies you and go watch Deadpool, the 2016 dark horse comic book triumph! The 20th Century Fox X-Men project languished in developmental Hell for nearly a decade until someone (we’re all pretty sure Ryan Reynolds) leaked test footage online. Despite its paltry shoestring budget, Reynolds’ enthusiasm for playing the merc with a mouth garnered over $750-million at... Read More

Comic Books

The New Mutants School for Mental Trickery and Sheer Terror

Imagine, if you will, a world where knives force themselves out of a man’s knuckles, a witch levitates above you and instantly turn your body into fire, and a girl can shapeshift into your worst nightmares—sounds kind of like a horror movie, right?  Since the dawn of modern comic book superhero movies beginning with Superman in 1978, none of even touched on horror themes until now. The Blade and   Hellboy series dabbled in the supernatural and occult, but neither had the raw,... Read More

Movies

The Newest Star Wars Trailer is Very Promising

It has been months of waiting, with little news surrounding Star Wars: The Last Jedi other than director shakeups that have been giving fans an uneasy feeling, but fear not: A new trailer for Episode VIII has dropped and I couldn’t be more excited! Disney appears to be applying a different marketing strategy for this movie, which makes sense. By this point in 2015 we’d already been given multiple teasers, at least one longer trailer, and a handful of updates and press releases. In... Read More

Animaton

Nickelodeon Gives a Sneak Peek at Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling

Do you miss the 90s? That nostalgic, pre-9/11, pre-Great Recession world where things felt simpler, with a hint of gritty innocence? Where you only really had to worry about wearing the latest trendy clothing line and listening to the right tunes? Reboots, sequels, and remakes have been a hallmark of the 21st-century with some successes, like the DreamWorks/Netflix Voltron reboot, and more than a few flops (I’m looking at you, Fantastic Four, you were barely ten years old). Thankfully,... Read More

Summary

Activision’s Call of Duty Global Reveal Offers Fans a Mouth-Watering Treat

Game developer Activision announced the global reveal of their latest Call of Duty title with an unexpected twist: The franchise is returning to its original roots, highlighting traditional combat with a historical World War II setting aptly titled Call of Duty: World War II. A vast departure from the futuristic technology, attack drones, wall running, and climbing we’ve seen in recent installments, World War II is taking us back to where it all started in 2003. Fan favorite... Read More

Comic Books

One of the Four People Trapped in this Elevator is the Devil! 

Hah, nah, we’re not talking about another M. Knight Shyamalan flick! All jokes aside, we were finally given a real teaser for the upcoming Netflix original show The Defenders yesterday, featuring all four members of the New York team awkwardly standing in an elevator.  While the brief clip didn’t reveal much, it certainly served to push momentum forward and gauge interest in the upcoming ensemble series. Off the heels of Iron Fist (the last official Defender to début on the... Read More

Television

We’ve Got Movie Sign, People: The New MST3K Netflix Trailer is Here!

Right now there’s just one question you should be asking yourself: “What does April 14th mean to me?” The correct answer is, of course, the date Netflix is dropping the brand new episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000 that long-time fans such as myself have wanted so very badly! Yesterday the first triumphant trailer made its way onto YouTube, giving us a peek at all the goodness on its way to our eyeballs’ bellies. Would that be the brain? What would a mental burp feel... Read More

Detailed Report

Get a Sneak Peek and Inside Look at Mr. Robot Season 2

Warning: This following article contains spoilers for seasons 1 and 2 of Mr. Robot. Our favorite hacker Elliot Alderson (Rami Malek) along with his imaginary friends Mr. Robot (Christian Slater) and the audience are back and crazier than ever in season two of Mr. Robot. The award winning sleeper-hit comes back to television July 13th to USA Network, and I couldn’t be more excited. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly show creator and executive producer Sam Esmail talked about the... Read More