Coming soon: Cyberpunk anime, Nazi hunters, Earth’s Sorcerer Supreme, Roman gladiators, 007, Frank Drebin, and more.
Coming soon: A magical musician, the Satellite of Love, rival magicians, the ultimate cop, and more.
Coming soon: a Mel Brooks western, Mr. Miyagi, South Korean revenge, a vampire mockumentary, and Ah-nuld in his prime.
Things far, far worse than the demogorgon are lurking in the Upside Down.
Coming soon: The greatest talking pig movie of all time, magicians, classic Schwarzenegger, classic James Bond, and more.
Coming soon: ’80s comedy and horror classics, a Parisian fairy tale, a farting corpse, giant robot lion action, and more.
Transforming mecha and the Beastie Boys’ “Sabotage” make everything better.
Also, some more thoughts about why, exactly, the show is so powerful and endearing for me.
And it’s going to feature a crazy amount of talent, too.
It’s been a long time since I’ve watched something that hits so many of my favorite tropes and narrative ideas.
After one episode, this delightfully creepy throwback to classic ’80s Spielberg has me hooked.
Time may not be kind to all of these cartoon series but my inner twelve-year-old still loves them.
No Marvel cinematic title comes close to “Agent Carter” in terms of charm and sheer enjoyment.
Why should the new ‘Star Trek’ series tread old ground when it can boldly go where the franchise has never gone before?
Fitz’s greatest strength isn’t his tech expertise, it’s his unconditional love and selflessness.
Daredevil isn’t just a hero’s origin story; it also chronicles the tragic, sobering evolution of a supervillain.
Basically, it’s a massive nostalgia rush for those of us watching MTV in the late ’80s and early-to-mid ’90s.
These fan-made works ensure that Star Trek keeps journeying on into the unknown.
I don’t mind missing out on an adaptation that has a fundamentally flawed and/or carelessly casual approach to its source material.