Tag is an hour and forty minutes of laugh out loud, escapist fun. It’s exuberant, feel-good fun, and it transforms an otherwise flimsy idea and anchors it to a foundation of friendship to make a really strong film.
It comes down to something Marisha Ray said on Talks Machina about the Critical Role episode: these stories teach us something about ourselves and when we find something in a story that provokes a feeling we should take a step back and explore it.
Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes is a great book to add to your Dungeons & Dragons collection. Chock full of new lore and monsters, the tome will help DMs and players alike fall deeper into the world in which their characters exist. Enter for a chance to win your own copy in our giveaway!
Neverworld Wake is about genius and betrayal and money — about the perversion of friendships and nihilism. The prose, the characters, the plot — all perfection. This is a perfect atmospheric read – find your own corner of the universe and prepare to be wrapped up and whisked away into the Neverworld.
Audiences learn what happened to Madison and the stadium in the midseason finale. As with all zombie media, no one’s gone until they’re gone (and you see the body).
We’ve compiled some of our favorite go-to snacks for conventions and everyday life. This is far from a comprehensive list, but it should hopefully get comic con attendees started. Planning snacks and food is almost as important as the convention schedule itself.
Hereditary is another really good entry in the genre. It is a newer take on things we have seen before but done with enough skill and talent to make it worthwhile, even if it has slight missteps. No mistake, Hereditary isn’t the scariest movie out there but it may be one of the most uncomfortable.
Coming up this Sunday, New York Comic Con will open up their badge presale to attendees who (1) were fan verified in 2016 or 2017 and (2) successfully rolled over their fan verification profile to this year’s system.
If you like horror, you’ll love Poser #1, particularly if you enjoy the sort of horror that plays in the gray and makes you wonder who the bad guys really are.
Peter Pan Release Date: June 5, 2018 Cast: Bobby Driscoll, Hans Conried, Kathryn Beaumont, Paul Collins, Tommy Luske Studio: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Extra Feature Rating: ★★★★☆ Rating: ★★★★☆…