This week on comPOSERS, we tackle a cult classic with special guest star Andrew Young of Geek Hard!
“The Gate” gives us an action-packed conclusion to the eldritch horrors of Stranger Things 2 – and some time to decompress with the gang as they come to terms with getting older.
All roads to lead to the Hawkins Lab in Chapter Eight of Stranger Things and we finally get to see the players reunited against the growing evil threatening to take over the world.
When you’re from a small town and you don’t fit in, nothing can be more liberating than a trip to the big city.
“The Spy” gets to the heart of the issue, whether it’s a version of the truth, an apology, a confession, a resolution of long-running sexual tension, or the warfare tactics of a giant shadow monster.
Dig Dug is all about growing up and getting out of town, whether that means visiting your mama or turning Upside Down.
Gifted with the D&D power of truesight, can Will Byers tackle the shadow monster that dwells in the Ethereal plane?
As Dustin discovers, pet ownership is a big responsibility. It requires research, investment, care, and a gargantuan stash of Three Musketeers bars.
Compromise, meaning “half happy,” is Hop’s word of the day for El. For many of the characters in Stranger Things, half happy is the word of the day too, as they grapple with with getting back to “normal” a year after the Upside Down transformed their lives forever.
Peter and Susan at back are you with recaps of season 2 of Stranger Things. They guided you through the Upside Down last season, and they’re ready to jump right back in.
This week at The Bloor brings a pair of well meaning, obvious, and slightly off documentaries: Video Games: The Movie and Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago.
Cabin Fever was a successful horror film that by all rights should have spawned an equally successful horror movie franchise. It never turned out that way. Three entries in, it definitely still isn't that way.
It’s certainly not a high bar to clear, but the faith based comedy Moms’ Night Out is certainly better than it needs to be. That’s probably because the whole thing feels suspiciously like a somewhat promising, if a bit unoriginal and lacklustre secular idea that simply had some Jesus-y stuff crammed into it and any sense of true naughtiness removed from it.
We review a whopping 7 films currently out on DVD. There's a whole bunch of good, not great and a couple of real stinkers as we look at Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, Machine Gun Preacher, The Collapsed, Madison County, The Prodigies, and Demoted