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Your ’90s Trapper Keeper Is Being Turned Into a Movie. No, Seriously

If you went to school in the late ’80s or ’90s, you’ll no doubt know that nothing mattered more than the cover art on your Trapper Keeper. Maybe you were a Transformers kid. Maybe you had a totally rad sports car. Maybe you had unicorns and rainbows. Whatever the case, we can all agree that […]

‘Space Jam’ Honest Trailer: A 90-Minute Commercial to Sell Air Jordans & Looney Tunes Toys

When it comes to entertainment today, the nostalgia train is chugging along rather smoothly as Hollywood remakes, reboots and recycles anything and everything that people loved from decades ago. Now that children of the 90s are starting to have kids of their own, movie studios, TV networks and streaming services are all trying to occupy […]

DC: 15 Superheroes That Need A Rebirth

The Geoff Johns-instigated Rebirth movement has swept through DC Comics, reintroducing fans to the classic, hope-filled story telling of the DC of old. As readers meet new versions of classic characters and get reacquainted with old favorites, the absent heroes are  beginning to stick out. While we know there’s hope for the Legion of Superheroes, Watchmen […]

Walking Dead: Censored Cut of Neagan’s Season 7 Premiere Kill Scene

When one considers the apocalyptic, flesh-eating subject matter of AMC’s The Walking Dead, it makes perfect sense that lots of extreme violence would be on the menu. After all, George Romero’s zombie films – the granddaddies of the genre – were often celebrated by horror fans for their amazing practical gore effects. Sure enough, TWD […]

15 Huge Movie Twists You Should Have Seen Coming

M. Night Shymalan’s new movie, Split, opens in theaters this weekend, and if history has taught us anything, it’s that the director most likely has a monster of a twist to unveil before the film’s end. Shymalan has become synonymous with surprise endings, and why not? Audiences love a good twist. They confound our expectations […]

‘The Belko Experiment’ Trailer: A Chilling Message From Subhuman Resources

“All employees, lend me you full attention,” the soulless voice says. “There are currently 80 of you in the building. In two hours, we want 30 of you dead. If 30 of you are not dead, we will end 60 of your lives ourselves.” And you thought you were having a crummy day at the office. […]

Party Time Deja Vu For Big Agencies At Sundance

Al Gore will be having a shindig for his An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power on the opening night of the 2017 Sundance Film Festival but the big agencies are keeping their party powder dry this year – just like in 2016. Once again, UTA and CAA will be not be holding big parties at […]

The Walking Dead Season 7.5 Image: Rick Encounters a New Group

The mid-season finale of The Walking Dead Season 7 promised a big confrontation to come, as Rick, Daryl and the rest of the group were finally reunited and seemed to come to a new resolution to no longer bow to Negan and his murderous band of Saviors. It was understandable that Rick would react this way […]

Will & Grace Revival Officially Ordered by NBC

Will & Grace was one of the best loved sitcoms of the late ’90s/ early ’00s era, earning a massive 16 Emmy Awards and 83 nominations during its run, which lasted from 1998 to 2006. Over eight seasons, fans fell in love with Will (Eric McCormack), his best friend Grace (Debra Messing), and their hilariously […]

Daredevil Composer Will Score Pacific Rim: Uprising

Guillermo Del Toro launched a brand new franchise hopeful in 2013 by bringing giant robots and monsters together for Pacific Rim. Despite the talent involved and the bold scope that the film worked with, domestic audiences did not show up in big numbers for the epic clash. Instead, it was the international audiences that made the […]