The second episode of Disney+ series, WandaVIsion, with lots of references and teases to discuss and theorise about.
The MCU on the small screen, WandaVision’s first episode has some flaws, but hints at something much larger in the background.
A South Korean zombie horror film tailor made for life in 2020, with a technological twist or two.
From the studio behind Happy Death Day, Freaky is a body-swapping horror/comedy starring Vince Vaughn and Kathryn Newton.
A spiritual successor to 2017’s Escape Room, No Escape ticks all of those same boxes as movies like Saw, Hostel and Escape Room.
Julian Richings and Shelia McCarthy star as a grieving couple, who want to reverse exorcise their deceased grandson’s soul into an unborn child.
The iconic DC Comics’ superheroine’s second solo outing flies to new firsts, not all of them good.
A horror movie set in the X-Men universe, and the final entry in the X-Men movie franchise.
Season 2 of the Disney+ smash hit features more heroes and bigger stories, and opens the door for as many spin offs as you could ever want.
A guest review of Netflix’s newest animated series, set in the gory mythology of Ancient Greece.
An adaption of Clive Barker’s horror stories, Books of Blood widely misses the mark.
Acting as a creepy mortician, Clancy Brown anchors a horror anthology that has no poor segments.