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Who’s Hotter Than a Burning Building?

No one is hotter than The Rock. Skyscraper starts out in tragedy and the ability to bounce back. Then we jump ahead to our hero half a world away, getting ready for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity with his family in tow…. Continue Reading →

The Buzz on Ant-Man and The Wasp

Here in the South, the summer is all about bugs. Bugs and sweat. And meat. Charred meat. And blowing shit up. So, this is the perfect week to release a movie about bug-themed heroes!* Ant-Man and The Wasp may not… Continue Reading →

The First Purge is Just Right for Horror Fans’ Independence Day Celebration

The Purge film series makes me love horror films — not that the films make any kind of real logical sense that I agree with or that they are even amazing horror films. Quite frankly, The Purge series is none… Continue Reading →

He Was the Son of a Preacher, Man

Voodoo. A Night of the Living Dead. God is still missing. Witches. Escaping Hell. Possessing a supernatural organism. Adolf Hitler. Being haunted by the ghosts of your dysfunctional family’s past. Oh, and an Irish vampire who really likes to party…. Continue Reading →

BattleBots is Bringin’ it Back to a Couple of New Channels

Somehow, I never got the memo. Nobody told me that BattleBots was back… and this year, the robot combat sport is bringin’ it to a pair of new channels. Naturally, I missed the season premiere and the second episode (“It’s… Continue Reading →

Welcome To Jurassic World — This Time For Real

The latest installment of America’s favorite dino-romping franchise will likely prove to be the apex predator at the box office this weekend. Set four years after the prior installment in the blockbuster film series, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom takes us… Continue Reading →

Getting Ghosted

I’ll be the first one to admit it: Initially, I really didn’t understand the concept of Ghosted. And I’m still not exactly sure if the format works, overall, but now that I’m hooked, I’m finally getting it.

Debating the Merits of Incredibles 2

For the longest time, The Walt Disney Company, as a motion-picture studio, generally never released sequels to its animated films in movie theaters. With the release of The Little Mermaid, followed by Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, The Lion King… Continue Reading →

Take a Trip to Dimension 404

My favorite thing to watch is a good anthology series. Hands down, I will binge watch an anthology every opportunity I’m given. That’s why I couldn’t believe I had missed Hulu’s answer to The Outer Limits, Dimension 404.

The Walking Dead to Ax Major Characters Next Season

Heard any good rumors lately?

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