Todd McFarlane tells us whether his Spawn film with Jamie Foxx/Jeremy Renner and his storied history with toys are still happening.
Cheap Public Domain Horror needs to die a quick death and the focus needs to go back to making entertaining films.
Liam Hemsworth stars in this very generic war thriller with Russell Crowe being the only true highlight from an otherwise grim tale.
Featuring tremendous performances from Kingsley Ben-Adir and Lashana Lynch, there’s very little to connect with here outside of the great tunes.
Amelie director Jean-Pierre Jeunet is celebrating the re-release of Amelie with us, but tells us he hates 4K. He also remembers Alien: Resurrection.
Despite taking place in mostly one location, Lily Sullivan’s fantastic performance keeps this one from ever being stale.
Anthony Michael Hall talks about John Candy being on his final phone call with John Hughes as well as other insights into his 45-year career.
While Kathryn Newton absolutely shines, Lisa Frankenstein is often hampered by its terrible script and awkward tone.
This beautifully shot thriller set during the Paleolithic Era shows a lot of promise, while stumbling a little in its third act.
Legacy Sequels have sucked for a while and its time for Hollywood to move on from bringing back old characters for no reason.