Stranger Things Season 2 Trailer 2 Brings The Upside Down to Hawkins

Stranger Things Season 2 Trailer 2 Brings The Upside Down to Hawkins

From Netflix, creators Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer, comes the highly anticipated supernatural/coming-of-age mystery series Stranger Things. Starring Winona Ryder, Noah Schnapp, David Harbour, Charlie Heaton, Natalia Dyer, Millie Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Sean Astin, Caleb McLaughlin, Gaten Matarazzo, and Cara Buono, the series returns for season 2 October 27, 2017.  Read more

Disney Will Take Marvel, Star Wars & Pixar from Netflix to Use on New 2019 Streaming Service

Disney Will Take Marvel, Star Wars & Pixar from Netflix to Use on New 2019 Streaming Service

It was revealed earlier this year that Disney would be launching its own streaming service and that all Disney films would likely be leaving Netflix and landing at their new home in 2019, but it looks like Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars will also be jumping ship. Which makes sense – cause you know – Disney owns everything.  Read more

In Defense of Death Note 2017 – Adam Wingard’s Re-Imagining of The Cult Classic is Nasty & Fun

In Defense of Death Note 2017 – Adam Wingard’s Re-Imagining of The Cult Classic is Nasty & Fun

Death Note 2017 is NOT a bad movie. On this edition of ‘In Defense of Bad Movies That Aren’t so Bad‘, I break down why everyone should give props to the latest adaptation of the beloved Anime classic from director Adam Wingard (The Guest).  Read more

The Punisher Season 1 Episode Titles Revealed for Upcoming Netflix Series

The Punisher Season 1 Episode Titles Revealed for Upcoming Netflix Series

From Netflix, Marvel Entertainment and Steve Lightfoot, comes original series spinning off from Daredevil — The Punisher. Starring Jon Bernthal, Ben Barnes, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Amber Rose Revah, Daniel Webber, Jaime Ray Newman, Jason R. Moore and Paul Schulze. The series debuts Fall, 2017.  Read more

Ozark: Interesting & Intense But Doesn’t Achieve Greatness (Review)

Ozark: Interesting & Intense But Doesn’t Achieve Greatness (Review)

Netflix has established the reputation of releasing very impressive TV shows and movies. When I first saw that Ozark was a “Breaking Bad” type show, I was immediately all in. Breaking Bad is the greatest TV show of all time. I recently finished Ozark and I’m here to say that it is nowhere near the level of Breaking Bad, but it is still a cool show with some really intense moments and solid performances from Jason Bateman and Laura Linney. I’m interested to see where they go with it from here. Read more

Comic-Con 2017 Top 10 Reveals Including Ready Player One, Stranger Things Season 2 & More

Comic-Con 2017 Top 10 Reveals Including Ready Player One, Stranger Things Season 2 & More

San Diego Comic Con 2017 has come to a close, with stunning new trailers for shows like Stranger Things Season 2, Vikings Season 5, The Walking Dead Season 8, Ready Player One, Thor: Ragnarok and more! Check out my top 10 reveals right here. Read more

Comic-Con 2017 Day 1 Winner is Netflix with Bright, Voltron Season 3 & Death Note

Comic-Con 2017 Day 1 Winner is Netflix with Bright, Voltron Season 3 & Death Note

San Diego Comic Con 2017 day 1 has come to a close, with trailers for the Original Netflix Fantasy thriller Bright, Voltron Season 3 and a new Death Note clip that shows Ryuk’s terrifying face. Check it all out right here and more with my top reveals of SDCC 2017 day 1! Read more

2017 Emmy Nominations Include Stranger Things’ David Harbour & Millie Bobby Brown!

2017 Emmy Nominations Include Stranger Things’ David Harbour & Millie Bobby Brown!

The 2017 Emmy Nominations were revealed today and if you were wondering why Game of Thrones (last year’s big winner) wasn’t included, well that’s because the new season hasn’t aired yet, making the show eligible for NEXT year instead. This time HBO’s Westworld fills that void, while shows like This is Us and Stranger Things also garnered a lot of attention. Check out the full list of nominees HERE. Read more

The Ozark Trailer Teases a Breaking Bad Inspired Epic Series from Netflix

The Ozark Trailer Teases a Breaking Bad Inspired Epic Series from Netflix

From Netflix and creator Bill Dubuque (The Accountant), comes The Ozark, an original TV series that airs all 10, hour-long episodes on July 21, 2017. The show stars Jason Bateman, Laura Linney, Esai Morales, Julia Garner, Marc Menchaca, Jason Butler Harner and Harris Yulin. Read more

Castlevania: Netflix Enters the Video Game Adaptation Fold (Review)

Castlevania: Netflix Enters the Video Game Adaptation Fold (Review)

Castlevania premiered on Netflix over the weekend. Categorised as an animated show, the first season consists of four episodes with each one lasting no longer than 25 minutes. Due to the short length of the first season along with my shared interest with Fox Force Five News’ Editor in Chief, Keven Skinner, we have each reviewed Castlevania from our own perspectives, and consolidated our reviews into one overall rating of the show.

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Okja Feels Like a Classic Disney Film Twisted into an R-Rated Fairy Tale for Adults (Review)

Okja Feels Like a Classic Disney Film Twisted into an R-Rated Fairy Tale for Adults (Review)

From Netflix and writer/director on Bong Joon-ho (Snowpiercer, The Host) comes Okja. Starring Ahn Seo-hyun, Tilda Swinton, Jake Gyllenhaal, Paul Dano, Steven Yeun, Lily Collins, Giancarlo Esposito and Byun Hee-bong the film is now streaming exclusively on Netflix! Read more

Death Note Trailer 2 Features More Ryuk & Mayhem from Blair Witch Director Adam Wingard

Death Note Trailer 2 Features More Ryuk & Mayhem from Blair Witch Director Adam Wingard

The upcoming American live-action film adaptation of the classic Manga/Anime series Death Note is directed by Adam Wingard (The Guest) and will star Nat Wolff (Paper Towns). Co-starring Willem Dafoe, Margaret Qualley, Keith Stanfield, Paul Nakauchi and Shea Whigham. The film releases exclusively as a Netflix original on August 25, 2017.  Read more

The Official Death Note Poster Reveals Willem Dafoe’s Terrifying Ryuk

The Official Death Note Poster Reveals Willem Dafoe’s Terrifying Ryuk

The upcoming American live-action film adaptation of the classic Manga/Anime series Death Note is directed by Adam Wingard (The Guest) and will star Nat Wolff (Paper Towns). Co-starring Willem Dafoe, Margaret Qualley, Keith Stanfield, Paul Nakauchi and Shea Whigham. The film releases exclusively as a Netflix original on August 25, 2017.  Read more