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Watch: ‘Insidious’ Franchise Recap Runs Down Every Trip to The Further in Under 5 Minutes

It’s hard to believe it’s been almost ten years since we first watched the Lambert family journey into the Further in James Wan’s Insidious. Now, four films later, we’ve left the Lamberts behind and travelled back into the past of everyone’s favorite genial ghost-hunter, Elise Rainer (Lin Shaye). Want to catch up on every trip […]

First ‘Westworld’ Season 2 Poster Is Creepy AF

HBO has unveiled the first Westworld Season 2 poster, and it’s incredibly creepy. Of course what do you expect from a series in which robots gain sentience and start murdering humans, but boy, this thing is weird. The second season of the sci-fi drama series, which is run by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, will […]

‘Unsane’ VIdeo Review: Steven Soderbergh Uses an iPhone to Mess with Your Mind

Steven Soderbergh takes on the horror genre through the intimate lens of an iPhone in Unsane. The new psychological thriller is an unrelenting assault of anxiety and paranoia that proves Soderbergh to be one of the most genre-flexible filmmakers working today. You can read Matt’s full review here, and watch our video review in the player […]

Logan Lerman on ‘The Vanishing of Sidney Hall’ and the Changing Landscape for Movies

Movie Talk: New ‘Deadpool 2’ Trailer Gives Us More Cable, Domino and X-Force

On this episode of Collider Movie Talk, Mark Ellis, Ti, John Rocha, and Dennis Tzeng discuss the following: Fox released a new trailer for Deadpool 2 teasing the formation of X-Force and giving us more scenes with Cable and Domino. THR is reporting that Tessa Thompson is joining Chris Hemsworth in Sony’s Men in Black spinoff. […]

‘Ready Player One’ Crew Sneaks Spielberg References into His Own Film

Ready Player One is basically Easter Eggs: The Movie. But even Steven Spielberg agreed that adding references to his own movies into his adaptation of Ernest Cline’s best-selling novel would be a meta step too far. (Okay, he made one exception: Protagonist Wade Watts could drive the famous DeLorean from Spielberg’s executive produced Back to the Future series.) The […]

Original ‘ReBoot’ Series to Stream in Its Entirety as Twitch Marathon

24 years ago–oh User, I’m old…–Saturday-morning cartoon fans everywhere were introduced to the first, fully CG-animated series: ReBoot. Hailing from Mainframe Entertainment, now Rainmaker Studios, the series centered on the sprites living in a user’s computer system who have to not only participate in games booted up by the user, but also keep the computer running […]

‘Deadpool 2’ Trailer Breakdown: X-Force Gon’ Give It to Ya

So, you just watched the latest Deadpool 2 trailer for the umpteenth time. You have questions. Not so much, “What’s up with the 27 Dresses nod?” but more like, “Who’s that purple-haired girl with the electricity whip?” or, “Is Deadpool mocking the Wakanda salute or just making an X with his arms?” While we’ll probably have to […]

Mindy Kaling on Creating a New Kind of Series with ‘Champions’, Seeing a Cut of ‘Ocean’s 8′, and More

Created by Mindy Kaling and Charlie Grandy (who also worked on The Office and The Mindy Project together), the NBC series Champions is a half-hour, single-camera comedy that centers on Vince (Anders Holm), a former high school baseball star who reluctantly gave up his dreams to take over the family gym in Brooklyn. And then, […]

Collider’s Top 10 Steven Spielberg Movies: Honorable Mentions – ‘Temple of Doom’ & ‘The Color Purple’

Now that our Top 50 Superhero Movies of All Time list has come and gone, it’s on to the next! But this time around, we’re putting the spotlight on one specific filmmaker – one of the best of all-time, Steven Spielberg. From 1975’s Jaws, which started the summer blockbuster phenomenon, to 2017’s Academy Award-nominated The Post, Spielberg has moved […]