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Big news for devout “Star Wars” fans out of San Diego Comic-Con and it’s not the news on “Star Wars Resistance,” the new animated television show coming this fall that many expected. Instead, “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” the ani…

There’s a lot of speculation and hype surrounding the upcoming 11th season of “Doctor Who.” As is the case in the series, we have a brand new actor playing the role of the good Doctor. However, for the first time, the lead isn’t a man. That’s right, “D…

In 2007 there was a song that stood out, one that everyone loved, and one that has recently turned into a meme on Twitter.  The song, you will recognize by the following line; “All I wanna do is *gunshot noises* and *cash register noise* take you…

“Sons of Anarchy” might not have been the best TV show around when it was on FX. Sure, it had soap opera elements, over-the-top acting, and an overall pulpy tone. However, over the show’s seven seasons, ‘Sons’ developed a rabid, cult following. And cre…

Just a month before the premiere of the newest season of “Better Call Saul,” AMC has given fans of the “Breaking Bad” spin-off the trailer for the newest season of the show that follows Jimmy McGill on his journey to becoming th…

Like we said earlier this week when we were discussing the trailer for “How It Ends,” society is obsessed with the idea of the apocalypse. In films centered around the subject, we rarely see the aftermath of the events, especially what the …

It’s interesting to go from a week where everyone is watching Christopher Nolan’s “The Dark Knight” on its 10 year anniversary and considering the long shadow of its legacy while DC Films and DC Entertainment are still pumping out new products, “Aquama…

The first trailer for “Welcome to Marwen” is…interesting. If you knew nothing about the true story the film is based on, you might assume ‘Marwen’ is a fairly light-hearted romp. But for those of us familiar with the documentary “Marwencol”…

The 2017 Cannes Film Fest was of a great year for films full of non-actors. Sean Baker’s “The Florida Project” introduced us to the excellent talents of Brooklynn Prince and Bria Vinaite. Then Chloe Zhao’s “The Rider” uniquely told South Dakota cowboy …

As far as a premise goes, “Hell Fest” seems strong. If you were a masked killer and all you wanted to do was hunt annoying millennials, then going to an annual Halloween festival seems like a smart thing to do. Unfortunately, the trailer do…