Godzilla Vs. Kong Trailer | A Slobberknocker Is Coming

Get out of the way human because the actual shit is going down. First looks were fine but now we get a real trailer to chew on for a while until the film releases. MARCH 26th in theaters, wherever they may be alive and open, and on HBOMax. The trailer show us the end of... Continue Reading →

3 Day Weekend Review | A Uniquely Silent Mystery Thriller

Deep in the woods, amateur camper Ben Boyd becomes lost after discovering a kidnapping badly off the rails. With only the victim's phone and some freaky polaroids for clues, he sets out to find and rescue her. But every time the story switches to a different character's point of view, the whole story seems to start over.... Continue Reading →

Which WB Films Are You Staying In For? | Major Releases That Are Worth The Trip To The Theater

From Variety by Rebecca Rubin & Matt Donnelly In a surprising break from industry standards, Warner Bros.’ entire 2021 slate — a list of 17 films that includes “The Matrix 4,” Denis Villeneuve’s “Dune” remake, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical adaptation of “In the Heights,” the “Sopranos” prequel “The Many Saints of Newark” and “The Suicide Squad”... Continue Reading →

Netflix Nukes The Theaters From Orbit | Releasing New Film EVERY WEEK In 2021

From Variety: Netflix has made good on its high-profile promise to deliver new movies every week.Teased last October in national commercial spots, the streaming monolith is guaranteeing its roughly 193 million subscribers unseen features every week in 2021. Largely consisting of original productions as well as some splashy acquisitions, the slate has 71 titles across genres... Continue Reading →

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