Per Matt If Godzilla vs. Kong showed that fans of popcorn-munching movies were ready to return to movie theaters during the age of COVID-19, then A Quiet Place Part II proves that they’re willing to leave the house for some… Continue Reading →
Per Matt The robots in disguise are definitely stuck between a rock and a hard place. On one hand, there’s the Michael Bay live-action movies (affectionately labeled as Bayverse), which focused on endless action, terrible writing and extremely poor-looking character… Continue Reading →
This is not a test. As a television series, The Purge takes a behind-the-scenes look at Big Brother and explores violence as a deterrant to violence, which ultimately only seems to create serial killers. Sounds more like an deadly, lawless… Continue Reading →
If you’re a fan of Blumhouse Productions — and who isn’t? — and you haven’t seen any of the first four Purge movies or you possibly missed Season 1 of the basic-cable adaptation, you might not know what you’re missing…. Continue Reading →
Bumblebee may have won high praise from critics and audiences alike by giving the movie a great overall rating, but in terms of box-office receipts, the soft reboot did not bring in big box-office bucks. That’s why the recent announcement that Netflix… Continue Reading →
If you’re like me, you might have a few questions about the new USA original TV series, The Purge.