There’ll Be Hell(boy) To Pay

The website for Lionsgate upcoming Hellboy reboot is live–the movie will be out April 12, 2019–and while there’s little in the way of new information there currently, there are a few posters you might be interested in downloading. Neil Marshall (Dog Soldiers, Doomsday, Lost In Space (2018)) is directing and I’m definitely interested–though not as […]

The Final Wish – Trailer

I hate to be a cynic–it’s safe to assume not enough that I won’t act like one–though my expectations for The Final Wish are…pretty low. I like to call this one ‘The Lin Shaye and Tony Todd Movie’ because they’re the only reason anyone is likely interested in seeing it (low blow.  I hope you’re […]

Travelers, Season 3 – Review

If you haven’t seen any of the three seasons-so far-of Travelers on #Netflix do yourself a favor and check it out. The imminently bingeable series revolves around the exploits of ‘travelers,’ people from a dystopian future who seek to prevent it from coming into being by altering the past-which is our present. Created by Brad […]

Hellraiser: Judgment – Review

Gary J. Tunnicliffe’s Hellraiser: Judgment turned up yesterday on Netflix, which made me happy… Till I realized that most of the Hellraiser sequels were pretty not good and little more than efforts by Dimension Films to hold on to the license. Judgement is move in the right direction, but misses the mark in some pretty […]

Aquaman Conquers China

Aquaman is so doing swimmingly, in China which is important since it has yet to be released domestically. With a budget somewhere around $160 million it’s performing particularly well. Now I fully admit to finding this somewhat problematic–after all Aquaman is essentially ‘Course Correction: The Movie’–I shouldn’t begrudge DC Films what is likely their second […]

Star Trek: Discovery – Season 2 – Official Trailer

As the standard bearer for CBS All Access I’m at best ambivalent about Star Trek: Discovery. I think–from what I can deduce from the trailers–that it looks absolutely gorgeous and cinematic. That being said, subscribing to another streaming channel just to watch it seems a bit…excessive. It doesn’t help that CBS is going through all […]

A House of Many Red Doors

For me the sign of really transcendent fiction–be it a movie, novel or whatever–is when it can not only weather different interpretations, but thrive as a result of them. Which is exactly how I feel about Netflix’s The Haunting Of Hill House. I have already done a review which covered how impressed I was by […]