An underrated Guillermo del Toro film hits Netflix, an overlooked family adventure lands on Disney+, and a pair of new Shudder exclusives arrive to conjure up some fresh scares
Rock stars and heavy metal headbangers have been appearing in movies and television for decades, either as performers or parodied versions of themselves, and we’ve assembled the list of the best ones
Shudder releases some supernatural and zombie horror this week, Netflix unveils its Melissa McCarthy / Octavia Spencers superhero team-up, and a couple of found footage gems hit streaming as well
Streaming services are still proving themselves to have the most essential viewing in a world struck by a pandemic, but new action blockbusters are beginning to show that big screen movies may be back in business. The first three months of the year have supplied some stunning entertaining already, and the future is looking quite bright.
An epic clash of the titans comes to HBO Max, Creepshow returns for a new season on Shudder, and two superhero series continue with new episodes in this week’s streaming guide
It’s a true clash of the titans in Godzilla vs. Kong, which gives audiences exactly what they’re asking for – and just might save movies as we know it
With more and more theaters across the world opening back up, April is looking bright for the movie business.
Andy Biersack and other rockers like Ben Bruce and Randy Blythe and even Sid Wilson unite for a new series on Amazon Prime Video, Shudder launches a festival favorite, and Nicolas Cage takes on aliens in this week’s streaming guide
From the creator of John Wick comes a new brutally fun action franchise that gives Bob Odenkirk the chance to show off his particular set of skills
This week finds both DC and Marvel launching landmark entries in their respective superhero universes, while Shudder releases a movie about killer pants as well as old silent classics