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Cancelling Genre Television: The 2019 Edition

While some major television series planned to go out with a major spectacle (The Big Bang Theory and Game of Thrones), other shows weren’t so lucky. In a network-based world filled with fractured demographics and eroding ratings, genre television took… Continue Reading →

Far From Home Takes Spider-Man on an Emotional Journey

Per Matt When do superheroes actually get to take time out of their busy lives in order to decompress and leave the crimefighting to others, if only for a little while? Peter Parker attempts to take a vacation, live his… Continue Reading →

Annabelle Comes Home Is A Horror Adventure In Babysitting

Back in 2013, director James Wan brought to the big screen a movie that would spark a horror movie franchise, defining the horror landscape for the better part of decade. Unlike Wan’s previous franchise, Saw, this new series would focus… Continue Reading →

Taika’s Transition: Adapting Akira

It takes a special type of filmmaker who’s as adept at writing and directing a hilarious original script and appearing as one of its main characters (What We Do in the Shadows), as giving new life to a Marvel film… Continue Reading →

Ma Gets Creepy, But Offers Little Horror

Per Matt Fans of the horror genre have been patient. There have been movies released throughout the year featuring the action, comedy, Gothic, invasion, psychological, science-fiction, slasher and survival subgenres that have boasted a big box office, but during the… Continue Reading →

Booksmart is This Generations’ “Coming of Age” Film

Coming of age films are a mainstay in Hollywood. Every single generation has their own take on it. Back in the ’90s, when I was a high-school kid, the movie was either Clueless, Dazed and Confused, She’s All That or American… Continue Reading →

The Walking Dead Universe Spawns Another Undead Series

As a third undead TV show rises into the pop-culture collective, what’s next for The Walking Dead Universe?

Pet Sematary: Sometimes Dead is Better

Much like the resurrected corpses in Stephen King’s story, Pet Sematary returns to movie theaters 30 years later to once again terrorize horror fans. But sometimes, dead really is better.

Ghostbusters 3: Who You Gonna Call?

Are the four new teenage Ghostbusters (reported to be two guys and two gals) going to be working alongside their parents or grandparents to bust some ghosts?

School’s a Killer in Deadly Class

High-school drama with the added stakes of being surrounded by trained killers, Deadly Class is a faithful adaptation of the comic book and makes for good television.

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