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31 Days Of Dreadtober: Can We Get a Blade Reboot Please?

Day 24 Before Marvel conquered Hollywood with its cinematic universe, there was room in their line up for more unique rated-R experiences. Blade and Blade II remain deliciously bloody affairs that deliver on high octane action movie thrills and the unapologetic absurdity of comic books.

Kaiju Of The Month: Godzilla In Name Only AKA Zilla

Its that time of the month, Kaiju of the Month! I haven’t done one of these since before Dreadtober and was really looking forward to revisiting the series. That being said, let’s get into this month’s Kaiju pick. Zilla # of films appeared in 2

Thor: Ragnarok Movie Review

Thor: Ragnarok Year 2017 Starring Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Cate Blanchett, Idris Elba, Jeff Goldblum, Tessa Thompson, Karl Urban, Mark Ruffalo, Anthony Hopkins Directed by Taika Waititi Tagline Let the games begin. Synopsis The goddess of death, Hela, plots to rule Asgard as the mighty

31 Days of Dreatober(2017): The New Mutants

Day 18 Does your nerdy, horror-loving heart swoon at the thought of a horror movie set in the superhero genre? Well have no fear, The New Mutants trailer is here! After the disappointing returns of 2016’s X-Men: Apocalypse, 20th Century Fox has been looking for ways

Kaiju of the Month: Mothra

It’s that time of the month, Kaiju of the Month! I’m borrowing an idea from the 2007 video game, Godzilla: Unleashed. From now on I’ll be sorting our featured kaiju into one of four factions. Earth Defenders– Kaiju in this faction may or may not go

Maximum Ride (Netflix Movie Review): X-men Done Wrong

Year 2016 Starring Allie Marie Evans, Patrick Johnson, Lyliana Wray, Luke Gregory Crosby, Gavin Lewis, Tetona Jackson, Zayne Emory, Peter O’Brien Directed by Jay Martin Tagline (None) Synopsis Six children escape from a lab called “the School,” with the help of their caretaker.  They flee

Wonder Woman "Women Only" Screenings

Wonder Woman is out now and if early reviews from moviegoers and critics are to be believed, it just might be the first film in the DC Extended Universe that isn’t completely polarizing among the fanbase. As a fan, that makes me really happy. Although

Guyver: Dark Hero(Movie Review)

Guyver: Dark Hero is a sequel to the 1991 film The Guyver and is based off of a japanese anime/manga. I saw these films when I was younger and it left an impression on my little nerd heart. I came back to them recently and…