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Alien: Covenant picks up after 2012's Prometheus but takes place before the 1979 Alien. With this franchise still going strong, few films have ever come close to Scott's original film which is a classic. No matter how many times...
For some reason the Resident Evil franchise has always been indirectly linked to the Underworld franchise. When one film is released, another is sure to follow. I guess since these are two franchises that have never been very good...
Guy Ritchie's King Arthur: Legend of the Sword is another realization of the story that has been told several times in the past, most notably in John Boorman's Excaliber (the sword of Arthur) from 1981. For me that has been...
The New Blade Runner 2049 Trailer Is Here and It's Crazy Good
Say what you want about Johnny Depp's chameleon-like ability to disappear underneath make-up and prosthetics to get into a character. Matthew McConaughey is right there with him (and maybe Christian Bale) as he shows in GOLD, based on the...
When the original Guardians of the Galaxy dropped into theaters in 2014, it took everyone by surprise. Chris Pratt shot to superstar status as Peter Quill or Star Lord, director James Gunn's star also soared and it was inevitable...
As most of you know, I love film scores. "What's that?" you may ask. It is the incidental, instrumental music that plays from scene to scene in any film. I don't mean to demean anyone that does not know...
Jonas Cuaron's (son of The Revenant director Alfonso Cuaron) Desierto (Desert) was shot in 2015, released in theaters in 2016 and now has made its way DVD and On Demand. It came and went quickly in theaters, despite receiving...
Arnold Schwarzenegger's foray into dramatic acting continues from 2015's Maggie in which he played a father who has the unbearable task of mercy killing his own daughter when she is stricken with a virus that turns her into a...
We last saw Kate Beckinsale as Selena, the Death Dealer vampire in 2012's Underworld: Awakening. It was revealed that she had given birth to a girl who would later have the blood to unite the Lycans (werewolves) and the...
I stumbled upon this B film after a day of travel. Tired but refreshed, if that makes sense, ready to return to the grindstone after a week of time off with my beloved wife, Cathy. I had seen some...
Walter Hill's The Assignment (originally title (Re)assignment. In some markets it is playing with this title, too) stars Michelle Rodriguez as Frank Kitchen. He is a highly successful hitman who is double crossed by his employers and then exacts...
Mine stars Armie Hammer as Mike, a sniper in the Middle East, along with his spotter, Tommy (Tom Cullen), who after they fail to take out a target, are on the move to their extraction point. Much to their...
Jeremy Gillespie and Steve Kostanski's  The Void is a low budget B horror film that stars Aaron Poole as Daniel Carter, a local police officer. Carter is on duty one dark night when, right in front of his police...
I saw this film over a week ago and it has taken me a while to formulate my thoughts about it. Martin Scorsese has said it took him over thirty years to get Silence made. In and out of court...