It’s official folks: I have a new favorite CW superhero show. Black Lightning is a true triumph for the genre and it’s renewed my faith in the genre.
The 2015 hit returns for Sicario: Day of Soldado with fewer rules and more action. But does the sequel match up to the original?
If you are looking for a positive, heart-lifting film to kick off the summer then we have found it in Hearts Beat Loud.
Good-bye, cluster family. Thank you for giving the world a show as beautiful as Sense8, we’ll miss it dearly.
If you, like me, have been eagerly awaiting the follow-up adventure of The Incredibles you will almost certainly enjoy The Incredibles 2, just keep your expectations in check. It is a lot of fun, some good laughs and a warm embrace from the family we’ve been missing for 14 years.
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.
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.
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.
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: ★★★★☆…