In celebration of Ridley Scott’s latest entry into the greatest horror sci-fi franchise of all time – Alien: Covenant (now playing – our review HERE), I’ve decided to rank every single Alien and Predator film into one list. Shane Black’s ‘The Predator’ is on tap for a release August 3, 2018 as well, so stay tuned to see that badass horror-action flick next year. Continue reading Ranking The Entire Alien & Predator Franchises Together
From AMC and showrunners Al Gough and Miles Millar come the epic martial arts series Into The Badlands starring Daniel Wu, Emily Beechum, Nick Frost, Sarah Bolger, Oliver Stark, Aramis Knight, Marton Csokas, Stephen Lang, Ally Loannides, Madeleine Mantock and Orla Brady. Season three has been greenlit and extended to feature 16 episodes. Continue reading Into The Badlands Season 2: Marton Csokas’ Quinn is One of The Best Villains on Television. Ever (Review)
“Fifty years have passed”
These are the first lines spoken in the intro for Samurai Jack and they come from the warrior himself in this new season. This marks a notable change given how the lines in the intro for the first four seasons of the show were spoken by Jack’s arch nemesis, Aku. Fifty years have passed for Jack while 13 years have passed since viewers last saw the samurai onscreen before the show abruptly ended without a proper ending. Thankfully, the show was revived and given a limited series order on Adult Swim to conclude Jack’s story. Before the revival, Samurai Jack already was considered a masterpiece of the animated genre. But after watching Jack’s journey finally come to a close on Saturday, this animated masterpiece should now be in the discussion for best animated show of all-time. From the season premiere back in March to finale on Saturday, Jack’s farewell journey, told over the final 10 episodes, was nothing short of masterful.
I’ve been looking forward to Alien: Covenant for a while. There’s something about this franchise that just gets me where I live. Even when it’s combined with the Predator franchise, even when it’s Prometheus. I just like bio-horror. The face-hugger, those magnificent eggs, the chest-burster, the slick big-daddy aliens, the pulsating queens – I love all of it. And Alien: Covenant has something else I love: Michael Fassbender. Fair warning, in this review I’m going to talk about him a lot. Continue reading Alien: Covenant is Visually Rich & Emotionally Satisfying – I Love Michael Fassbender (Review)
From Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, DC Entertainment and developed by the award-winning NetherRealm Studios comes Injustice 2. Featuring a massive roster of DC Super Heroes and Super-Villains the sequel allows players to build and power up the ultimate version of their favourite DC characters. The game will be available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on May 16, 2017.
I just want to go on record and say that I have NOT read the book that this film is based on. That being said, this is not a review that will compare the two. Everything, Everything surprised me. I walked out of the theater with a smile on my face. The movie has plenty of flaws and issues, but the chemistry between Maddy (Amandla Stenberg) and Olly (Nick Robinson) makes it enjoyable. Teen romance movies have a bad track record, so it is nice to see one that’s funny, relatable and not a cardboard cut out. Continue reading Everything, Everything: Great Chemistry Makes This Cheesy Romance Enjoyable (Review)
Not long after playing a live show with Soundgarden on May 17, 2017 , Chris Cornell was found dead at the age of 52 on the floor of his bathroom at the MGM Grand Hotel Detroit after his wife called a family friend and asked someone to check in on the singer. Continue reading Chris Cornell Dies at Age 52 Breaking the Hearts of Soundgarden & Audioslave Fans
From Netflix and producers Sean Daniel/Jason Brown (The Expanse), comes the TV series The Witcher, based on the acclaimed novels written by Andrzej Sapkowski, which have also been developed into a critically acclaimed videogame franchise as well. Continue reading The Witcher TV Series Coming to Netflix from The Expanse Producers Sean Daniel & Jason Brown