Brooklyn Nine-Nine Officially Picked Up By NBC!

The yearly slaughter is well underway and it has become a time of year that should perhaps become an official holiday. There’s a bit more sharpening of th...

Boundaries Trailer Sets Up Star-Studded, Magical Family Dissection

Shana Feste is a writer/director who (assuming you pay any attention to who writes and directs your entertainment) has to make you wonder about how films come t...

The Predator Trailer Is About As Bonkers As You’d Guess

It’s hard to jump down the needless rehash rabbit hole with a purer sense of reckless abandon than by revisiting The Predator, a movie that was largely di...

RWBY – Volume 5 Hitting Blu-Ray And Digital June 5th

Anime phenomenon RWBY is coming to Blu-Ray, DVD and Digital June 5th, and while many of the show’s biggest fans may wonder at the release (because they ca...

Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter Will Officially Reunite the Band for ‘Bill and Ted 3’

Bill And Ted 3 Happening With Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter On Board

Certain movies just take on a life of their own, and in some cases there was just no way to predict the film’s ultimate status. In 1989, Keanu Reeves had ...

Outlander Renewed For Seasons 5 And 6 Ahead Of Fourth Season November Premiere

While it is by now not uncommon for series to get early renewals, STARZ is taking the advice I’ve been giving for years and has announced that it is renew...

Annette Bening Joins ‘Captain Marvel’ As Undisclosed Scientist

With all eyes still firmly on not just the massive success of Avengers: Infinity War, but also Black Panther‘s domination of the earlier part of the year,...

Dog Days Teaser Trailer Hopes To Sell Relationships With Cute Overload

Dog Days may seem like a film that screams to be dismissed out of hand, assuming you aren’t instantly sold on all things dog related, but when you look at...

‘Lethal Weapon’ Fires Clayne Crawford Fired, Series Life In Doubt

It’s an especially strange, and self-destructive person who plays fast and loose with a job that offers few guarantees in the first place. Though Lethal W...

CBC Announces ‘Back In Time For Dinner’ Social Experiment Series

When it comes to the broader genre of reality programs, I’ve always loved those that you might call social experiments. From the various “decade hou...

LAIKA Announces Fifth Film ‘Missing Link’ And Impressive Cast

LAIKA, the studio that brought you Coraline, ParaNorman, The Boxtrolls, and Kubo and the Two Strings, has announced their fifth film will be Missing Link, and i...

Alden Ehrenreich Has Three Movies To Make Despite ‘Solo’ Pre-Release Limbo

No one is about to bet against future films from the Star Wars franchise in general, but there’s betting against something and then there’s betting ...

J.K. Rowling Adaptation Series ‘C.B. Strike’ Premieres June 1st On Cinemax

The Cinemax series adapted from J.K. Rowling’s work, C.B. Strike, finally has a debut date so we can all mark our calendars. It may just be the anglophile...

Acorn TV Announces U.S. Premiere Of Midsomer Murders 20th Season

Midsomer Murders is one of the most popular series in British television history, and Acorn TV has offered up a surprise announcement that the 20th season is no...

Teen Titans Go! To The Movies Trailer Superhero Fatigue Gets A Welcome Break

It’s hard to feel anything but love for anything Teen Titans Go! (except when your children won’t stop saying, “Waffles!”), but a film m...

The Handmaid’s Tale Releases Season 2 Poster And It’s Oddly Haunting

The Handmaid’s Tale doesn’t need anything more to get fans excited for its return, but it’s a show that is, if nothing else, one that makes a ...

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8 Great

Lost In Space Review – Family Sci-Fi Is As Tricky As It Was 50 Years Ago

Netflix wants to know if "family adventure" can be upgraded, especially since the genre never managed much in the first place. It looks like it can, but it's a ...

7 Good

Siren Review – Freeform Dives Into Questionable Demographic Draw

You have to go into Siren with the right set of expectations, and what those are is perhaps surprising, but it's a crazy kind of fun, even if it's probably too ...

7 Good

For The People Review – Scandal Scribe Switches Gears For Young, Beautiful Lawyers

For the People is a curious Shondaland entry, and curious Shondaland entries don't generally fare well. There is something of a return to the early days of Grey...

8 Great

Roseanne Review – TV Revival Trend Gets Serious, Possibly Too Serious

Roseanne was always a show that seemed to teeter on the edge of getting in its own way, but you didn't care because it was hilarious. The revival throws a lot m...

8 Great

Deception Review – Magic Reveals Meets Semi-Dramatic Cop Show

Deception is a show that won't necessarily grab you out of the gate, but if the overall writing and characters catch up to the spectacle it'll win over fans in ...

6.5 Fair

Champions Review – TV – Mindy Kaling Takes Odd Turn For NBC Series

Champions is a bizarrely average sit-com, both because it establishes an interesting premise and because it's from Mindy Kaling. It has its moments, but feels d...

10 Perfect

The Alienist Review – Daniel Brühl May Finally Get Recognition He Deserves

Anyone looking for a new mystery will find themselves right at home with Daniel Bruhl giving a performance that's hard to turn away from, even if the grime of o...

10 Perfect

Dark Review – Netflix Delivers Winner With German Time Travel Drama

Dark is the surprise bit of brilliance that hopefully has people looking at streaming originals in a whole new way. Easily one of the best shows available right...

8.5 Great

Jean-Claude Van Johnson Review – JCVD Is Hilarious In Self-Deprecating Winner

There are some shows that everyone should watch just to figure out how to gauge other people's opinions and Jean-Claude Van Johnson is one of them. It's also an...

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Boundaries Trailer Sets Up Star-Studded, Magical Family Dissection

Shana Feste is a writer/director who (assuming you pay any attention to who writes and directs your entertainment) has to make you wonder about how films come t...

The Predator Trailer Is About As Bonkers As You’d Guess

It’s hard to jump down the needless rehash rabbit hole with a purer sense of reckless abandon than by revisiting The Predator, a movie that was largely di...

Dog Days Teaser Trailer Hopes To Sell Relationships With Cute Overload

Dog Days may seem like a film that screams to be dismissed out of hand, assuming you aren’t instantly sold on all things dog related, but when you look at...

Teen Titans Go! To The Movies Trailer Superhero Fatigue Gets A Welcome Break

It’s hard to feel anything but love for anything Teen Titans Go! (except when your children won’t stop saying, “Waffles!”), but a film m...

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald Trailer And Images Paint Magical Picture

Expanding the Potterverse is like a license to print money, but does the Fantastic Beasts new trailer give hope that it will improve the new franchise?

Annihilation Trailer Is As Wild As You’d Expect Post- Ex Machina

Annihilation looks like the sort of film that will grab Ex Machina fans, while pulling in a lot of new ones as well.

Ready Player One Trailer Has Internet Bamboozled Over “Easter Eggs”

It's hard not to be excited for Ready Player One, especially with Spielberg and this cast, but stop calling them easter eggs.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Skims Goofy Plot And Showcases Action

The latest in the Jurassic World franchise is certainly pretty, and filled with action, but it doesn't seem to care if you believe there's a plot.

The Truth About Lies Trailer Is Indie Relationship Gold

Romantic comedy fans don't want to let this one fly under the radar. After great performance on the festival circuit, you may have a real gem here.

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