Damon Lindelof teams with HBO to bring back the Watchmen universe in this tantalizing new trailer.
Tomorrowland has lofty aspirations and big ideas, but fails to bring it all together. There's entertainment value in the special effects and action scenes, but the story ultimately disappoints.
Intermittently laughable, mostly boring, and self-serious in all the wrong ways, World War Z is a borderline incoherent debacle and the most unnecessarily sanitized movie about "zombies" ever created. It's like it was created by people who hate the genre.
Alex James is baffled as to why so many people seemed so opposed to the new direction J.J. Abrams has decided to take in his Trek films - and boy oh boy, are they ever opposed. This piece isn't so much a review of Star Trek: Into Darkness as a critical defense of ideas in an era dominated by safe choices.
A step above J.J. Abrams first outing with the franchise, Star Trek Into Darkness delivers a fun story, a great villain, and an ending that will be analyzed and pondered over by fans of the series for quite some time.
This week we look at the heavily anticipated DVD and Blu-ray releases of Moonrise Kingdom and Prometheus, which lead off a crowded week where we also look at the Adam Sandler comedy That's My Boy, and four partially Canadian productions: the complete series of The Firm, Red Lights, Surviving Progress, and Crooked Arrows
A forced attempt to resurrect the Alien franchise, Prometheus disappoints with a jarring combination of stunning visuals and a terribly half-baked script.
Greetings Dork Shelfers(Shelvers?) Jeff here with the first of what will be a regular feature here on the site: Comic Book Pocket Reviews. I plan to cover a wide range of books, mainstream and indie alike and everything in between. Today I’m discussing Ultimate Wolverine vs. Hulk #4 A few closing thoughts on Ultimate Wolverine […]