The Avengers’ favourite spy assassin finally gets her own solo film, but is it too little, too late?
The first season of Invincible, Robert Kirkman (of The Walking Dead’s) lesser known comic series, is a very violent, animated success NOT for children.
The iconic DC Comics’ superheroine’s second solo outing flies to new firsts, not all of them good.
Amazon Prime’s superhero parody series reaches new heights, but the changes from the source material are starting to add up.
From director duo Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost (Paranormal Activity 3 and 4, Nerve) is the superhero action film, Project … More
Based on the comic book series of the same name, The Old Guard is a 2020 superhero(ish) action film directed … More
Directed by David S.F. Wilson (in his directorial debut) and based on the Valiant Comics hero of the same name, … More
The first spin off in the Fast and Furious franchise, directed by David Leitch (John Wick, Atomic Blonde, Deadpool 2; … More
The 12th and absolutely, really, truly final entry in the 20th Century Fox series of X-Men films, X-Men: Dark Phoenix … More
[Please note: there might maybe some spoilers here? Basically all the good stuff from the movie was in the trailers, … More
Directed by David Yarovesky, produced by James Gunn and written by Brian Gunn and Mark Gunn, Brightburn is a 2019 … More
[Please note: there is a very minor-ish spoiler here, about the setting of the movie.] A direct sequel to 2016’s … More