Full Cannes 2019 Movie Lineup Announced, But No Tarantino

The Cannes 2019 lineup has officially been revealed. We’ve been hearing certain titles that were rumored to appear at this year’s prestigious festival, but movie buffs all around the world have been waiting to hear what surprises were in store for this year’s edition. We now know for sure that Jim Jarmusch’s zombie movie The […]

Simon Pegg’s Slaughterhouse Rulez Is Finally Coming to U.S. Theaters in May

Welcome to Slaughterhouse, an elite boarding school where boys and girls are groomed for power and greatness…until their well-organized world is thrown into a bloody mess. In dark comedy Slaughterhouse Rulez, debuting on Digital and in select theaters May 17 and on DVD June 18 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, pupils and teachers become embroiled […]

Judi Dench Is Wasted in Dull Spy Drama

Red Joan turns an incredible espionage story into a lethargic and boring film. Melita Norwood was a British woman who spied for the Soviet Union during and after World War II. The information she smuggled was directly responsible for the Soviets acquiring the atomic bomb. Red Joan, adapted from the novel by Jennie Rooney, is […]

Hobbs & Shaw Trailer #2 Delivers the Biggest, Craziest Fast & Furious Movie Yet

Universal has released a brand new Hobbs & Shaw trailer. There has been talk of the studio possibly doing a Fast & Furious spin-off for some time now, most likely centered on Dwayne Johnson’s character Luke Hobbs, who was introduced in Fast Five. That has finally materialized, and he’s bringing Jason Statham’s Deckard Shaw along […]

Final Dark Phoenix Trailer Has Jean Grey Losing Complete Control

Jean Grey is unstoppable in the third and final trailer for Dark Phoenix. The movie was going to be the start of a new phase of the franchise until the Disney acquisition took place and now the upcoming project will be the end instead. With that being said, Marvel fans are interested to see how […]

Star Wars Fan Guessed The Rise of Skywalker Title & Emperor’s Return in 2012

Star Wars Episode IX, which we now know to be titled The Rise of Skywalker, finally has a title and a trailer. For months, fans were hopelessly guessing at the title to no avail until Lucasfilm finally revealed what they’ve decided to call the final chapter in the Skywalker saga at the end of their […]

Gretel and Hansel Starring Sophia Lillis Gets a 2020 Release Date

Gretel and Hansel is officially set to hit theaters on January 31st, 2020. Orion Pictures’ dark reimagined version of Hansel and Gretel, the classic Brothers Grimm fairy tale, has been in development for quite some time now. The last time the story was told on the big screen was in 2013’s Hansel and Gretel: Witch […]

Night of the Creeps Collector’s Edition All-New Special Features Revealed

As we reported back in February, Scream Factory is releasing an amazing collector’s edition of the 1986 horror classic, Night of the Creeps. When first announced, the focus was on the collectible items you would be getting with the deluxe version of the set which includes an 8-inch clothed retro Tom Atkins action figure (complete […]

Chucky Brings the Big Knife in New Child’s Play Teaser & Poster

The full Child’s Play Remake trailer is set to launch tomorrow, but IGN has released an exclusive new poster and teaser video to hold us over today. On the new poster, someone can be seen sleeping on a bed, with Chucky’s hand clenching a kitchen knife in the foreground. It’s reminiscent of classic ’80s slasher […]

Far from Home Is Coming 3 Days Earlier Than Expected

Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is going to kick off three days earlier. Sony has announced Spider-Man: Far from Home will now hit theaters on July 2nd, as opposed to the 5th. This is great news for MCU fans who are a bit on the impatient side, even though the wait from Avengers: […]