Martin Scorsese directing a fantastical family adventure film with music by the inestimable Howard Shore?? Sure, why not. It's Hugo, everybody.
This week, we delve into the "not-too-distant-future" of 1997 where deGENErates like us face non-stop discrimination, even when they look like Ethan Hawke and not Alex!
We spoke to The Nest director Sean Durkin about the spectacular chemistry between Jude Law and Carrie Coon and how the film walks the line between domestic drama and full-blown horror movie.
The Wicker Man meets Midsommar in HBO's new atmospheric but predictable miniseries The Third Day with Jude Law and Naomie Harris
Reed Morano's new film, The Rhythm Section, is a gritty revenge thriller that stars Blake Lively as a woman out to avenge her family’s death.
The Movie Captain Marvel made over $1 billion in movie theatres this spring, elevating the character from a trivia answer amongst comic book nerds to a full on superhero icon. Her costume will officially be a Halloween and Comic-Con staple for years to come. In theory, that means the movie should also be an iconic […]
Critic Jenny Bullough pledged to embark upon an epic MCU rewatch with her family before they see Avengers: Endgame – and answer the all-important question: should you watch these with your kids? Welcome Captain Marvel!
Funko announced their expansive Avengers: Endgame lineup in a surprise midnight announcement this weekend – see the full list here!
Funko announced its full line of character-inspired Captain Marvel Pop!s before the film’s release, but waited a week before announcing a delightful addition to the collection that's a bit of a spoiler.
Ben and Daniel spoil Captain Marvel!
The 21st Marvel movie and the first to feature a female lead superhero blasted its way into theatres this weekend. But should you take your kids to see it?
Captain Marvel is an entertaining but familiar entry in the Marvel franchise.
Ben and Daniel spoil Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald and take a moment for Stan Lee.
In this scathing portrait of the 21st century, Academy Award winner Natalie Portman isn’t dancing with tears in her eyes as pop idol Celeste.
In a year where espionage films seem to be everywhere, Spy is a welcomed spoof of those familiar archetypes, and a perfect star vehicle for Melissa McCarthy.