Split – Review

Director M. Night Shyamalan breaks the boundaries of the mind with his latest psychological thriller, Split. Debuting number one at the box office this weekend, the film not only shows James McAvoy give a stunning performance, but sets very dark themes and more shockingly, an insane twist at the end that has left audiences’s stunned.  Continue reading “Split – Review”

25 Movies to Look Forward to in 2017

If 2016 didn’t thrill you enough with flicks like Captain America: Civil War, Star Wars: Rogue One, and Doctor Strange, then be ready for 2017 because it’s loaded with even more box-office hits and franchise returns. Continue reading “25 Movies to Look Forward to in 2017”

Doctor Strange Review

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has come a long way since 2008 with the launch of Iron Man and The Incredible Hulk. With trilogies of solo Avengers, galactic battles in space, and all-star team ups, it’s time to gear up for Marvel’s new heroes for even more adventures and possibilities. Doctor Strange isn’t an unfamiliar face if you know comic books, but he is the hero that we have been looking for some time now.  Continue reading “Doctor Strange Review”

Fun Size Horror

If you’re looking for strange, creepy, horrifying, and even delightfully scary content, then Fun Size Horror is the spot for you. A community of horror-loving filmmakers that aim to seek the best of the genre throughout the web and deliver it personally to you!  Continue reading “Fun Size Horror”

The Cabin’s Eyes (Cabin On The Net)

Making a movie is hard. Getting your movie seen and shared around the world is harder. The Cabin On The Net is an independent online horror publication dedicated to promoting the horror genre of all kinds from written material, to indie films and Hollywood blockbusters. They are based in the United Kingdom, and recently they just launched their sister site, The Cabin’s Eyes Continue reading “The Cabin’s Eyes (Cabin On The Net)”

“Logan” – Official Trailer Released

The highly anticipated final chapter of the Wolverine saga featuring the legendary actor Hugh Jackman (which will be his ninth appearance as the mutant), has released its first official trailer after a sneak peak yesterday. Check out the brilliant and emotional trailer below and let us know what your thoughts are!

Synopsis: Set in 2024, Logan and Professor Charles Xavier must cope with the loss of the X-Men at the hands of a corporation led by Nathaniel Essex. With Logan’s healing abilities slowly fading and Xavier’s Alzheimer’s hampering his memory, Logan must defeat Essex with the help of a young girl named Laura Kinney, a female clone of Wolverine.[3]

Gareth Edwards Drops Out of Godzilla 2

News broke yesterday that Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros. Godzilla 2 has lost its director Gareth Edwards who had previously made the first installment. Deadline is reporting that Edwards has stepped down because he would rather work on smaller-scale projects after he finishes up Star Wars: Rogue One  instead of two back to back grand films. Continue reading “Gareth Edwards Drops Out of Godzilla 2”

Captain America: Civil War Review

United We Stand, Divided We Fall

The Marvel Cinematic Universe kicks off its Phase 3 with the highly anticipated film: Captain America: Civil War. The 13th film in the franchise brings not only Captain America to a close in his own trilogy, but brings in the rest of The Avengers along for the ride including two newcomers: Black Panther and Spider-Man! Continue reading “Captain America: Civil War Review”

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Review

After three long years, the time has come to finally see two of the most iconic characters in comic book history on one screen. Batman and Superman, going head to head to ultimately make way for the bigger universe in store. Despite any bad critic reviews you may read, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice makes history, record-breaking success, and an epic story. Continue reading “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Review”