Month: December 2017

Theatrically-Released Animated Superhero Movies Used to Be Incredibly Rare. Next Year, We’re Getting 3 of Them.

Well, it’s actually happening. Sony’s really making that animated Spider-Man movie it announced oh so long. We have visual proof now: As produced by Phil Lord/Chris Miller and directed by Bob Persichetti/Peter Ramsey, Spider-Man: Into […]

The Disaster Artist Reminds You of the Artist Behind The Disaster

If you ask the average connoisseur of schlock cinema his opinion on the best bad movie, it’s highly probable The Room might be the response. Designed to be a Tennessee Williams-esque drama, the Tommy Wiseau […]

Warner Bros. Is About To Do Either the Best or Worst Possible Thing It Could for the DCEU

From the outside looking in, it doesn’t seem as if anyone at Warner Bros. truly knows for sure what’s going on with its DC films anymore, and a new report has only added further confusion […]

The Orville Goes Full Prime Directive in “Mad Idolatry”

The Orville could have ended its first season any number of ways. In fact, after the show’s first couple of episodes, I would have bet several bars of latinum we were heading toward a Union-Krill […]

TV Review: Happy! Is a Debased Holiday Treat

SyFy, like every other network, is perpetually on the hunt for ways to stand out in the age of Peak TV. As the competing networks behind shows like Preacher, American Horror Story, American Gods and […]

The Part of the Bryan Singer-Bohemian Rhapsody Story I Want to Know More About

A little over a year from now, we’ll all have a chance to see a new Bryan Singer movie called Bohemian Rhapsody. It’s biopic about the band Queen, likely with a heavy emphasis on Freddy […]

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’s Plot Sounds Silly, But What Else Did We Expect?

So, here’s what Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is going to be about, according to EW: “Claire’s founded an organization, Dinosaur Protection Group, and they’re finding a way to get these dinosaurs off the island,” Bryce […]

Top Five Pixar Cries

I’m not a cryer at movies. I’ve sat, eyes completely unwatery, through countless movies known to make people collapse into emotional wrecks. I’m always able to keep a sense of emotional detachment. Except for Pixar […]

Quentin Tarantino. Star Trek. Quentin Tarantino. Star Trek. Tarantino. Trek. Nope. They Just Don’t Go Together.

Quentin Tarantino…well, just read Deadline’s blockquote: Here was my insta-reaction on Twitter last night: Tarantino is partnering with Abrams on a new Star Trek movie? In any other year, I'd call bullshit, but, hey, it's […]

Box Office: How Does Coco Compare to Disney/Pixar’s Prior Thanksgiving Releases?

I know Coco’s a box office hit, mostly because the headlines keep telling me it is: But exactly how big of a hit are we talking here? It grossed $50 million domestic over Thanksgiving weekend, […]