The 2018 Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo has come to a close after an incredible four-day show that featured stars like Elijah Wood, Jeff Goldblum, Tom Cavanagh, Christopher Lloyd, Jennifer Morrison, Anthony Daniels, Donny Cates, Jim Lee, Rob Liefield, Jason Momoa and more! Read more
Some of my favourite TV series have recently been cancelled and I’m not happy about it. The Shannara Chronicles, Quarry and Dirk Gently were all gutted after only one and two seasons… Read more
Ubisoft had their press conference and while some of their games were revealed during the Xbox event, many other great Ubisoft originals and sequels are on the way. Check them out here! Read more
Normally I try not to look at other rating sites before reviewing a movie but this time I happened to see it. At the time of this writing, Rotten Tomatoes had given The Last Witch Hunter a scathing 14% – holy crap people hated this film! I didn’t. Maybe it’s because I crush on Vin Diesel so hard (and I really do). Maybe it’s because I just watched Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension (Rotten Tomatoes gave it 13%) and have my expectations have been set extra, extra low. Maybe it’s because this movie is exactly in my wheelhouse, genre-wise. I don’t know. Whatever the reason happened to be, I loved this film.
Cooties is a horror comedy film playing now in limited release and on VOD, featuring a group of teachers who must fight off a horde of rabid children after they become infected with a zombie-like virus. Directed by Jonathan Milott and Cary Murnion from a screenplay by Leigh Whannell and Ian Brennan, Cooties stars Elijah Wood, Rainn Wilson and Alison Pill.
In anticipation of two upcoming films dealing with murder-happy children: Cooties and The Boy, I decided to rank the top 10 most infamous films themed around killer kids.
From Lionsgate and director Breck Eisner (The Crazies) comes The Last Witch Hunter, starring Vin Diesel, Rose Leslie, Elijah Wood and Michael Caine. The film hits theaters October 23rd.