We caught up with voice actor Eric Bauza to get the scoop on Nickelodeon’s new animated reboot…

  Vyasar Ganesan

There is a lot to say about Black Panther. News agencies have been reporting the stunning streak the film has had at the box office, clearing $500 million in it’s opening week (and $700 million by the 2nd weekend after opening). Education advocates point out how important it is for young people to see representation […]

Click Here to read all of our coverage from 2017 San Diego Comic-Con Reporters in the San Diego Comic-Con press room were joined by the cast of The CW’s time travelling superhero show Legends of Tomorrow to dissect the craziness that was season two, look forward at what’s to come in the third season, and […]

Click Here to read all of our coverage from 2017 San Diego Comic-Con When The Lego Movie hit theatres, the vast ensemble of inventive supporting characters caught the attention of adults and kids alike. Now, one of the film’s most memorable bit parts is getting her own star vehicle on Cartoon Network. Unikitty, originally voiced […]

  Kelly Bedard

Click Here to read all of our coverage from 2017 San Diego Comic-Con Supergirl ended its second season (its first at new home The CW) with two pretty big cliffhangers- Mon-El left earth (and Kara), fleeing the planet’s new toxic-to-Daxamites atmosphere, then flew into a mysterious wormhole of some kind; and we saw a flashback […]

Click Here to read all of our coverage from 2017 San Diego Comic-Con Halfway through their third season (episodes air every Monday on Space in Canada, Syfy in the US), the Dark Matter cast assembled in San Diego to talk reporters through what they’ve been through already aboard the starship Raza and what’s to come […]

Never in my life – up until a few years ago – did I think there’d be a new Star Wars trailer, let alone a need to analyse one; but we live in a new world. An exciting, scary, but ultimately great new world for a lifelong Star Wars fan: suddenly, what we thought we […]

  Kelly Bedard

I had so much fun recording last year’s Force Awakens podcast with my Star Wars-obsessed friend Andrew Patti that I invited him back to talk Rogue One. Just a few hours before recording, we learned of the passing of Carrie Fisher, an icon in so many ways but mostly an icon of the Star Wars […]

  Rachael Nisenkier

The Jungle Book is probably the most out and out successful of the recent string of “Let’s Remake A Classic Disney Movie to Try and Wring More Money Out Of It” films. Which isn’t meant as a knock against it (I’m all for commercial concerns leading to creative success! I love Marvel Movies) but a lot […]

  Rachael Nisenkier

It is easy to become cynical about the state of modern movie making – to focus on the role that international sales (mostly to China) and established franchises play in making a movie profitable and to assume, as it can be easy to assume, that this means the death of art. But movie making has […]

  Kelly Bedard

For the past three years, I’ve been ranking every film I see- just the new releases, from January 1st to December 31st. The rankings are subjective, based entirely on how much I enjoyed and/or connected with or appreciated the film rather than on some sort of objective artistic criteria. Basically, this is a list of […]

  Joel Merritt

There’s always a lot of worry when it comes to revisiting a franchise. After a lot of years have gone by and the demand for more has died out, there’s the question as to why the studio would even bother. In previous months, the sequel Mad Max: Fury Road definitely proved that you can go […]

  Joel Merritt

I’ve never had much of a taste for the modern James Bond films. The subpar Brosnan films, followed by the latest batch of serious and cold Craig films, have left me with little interest in the franchise. In fact, most action spy thrillers have a tendency to take themselves a little too seriously and never […]

  Rachael Nisenkier

You already know the biggest problem with the newest installment of the Hunger Games, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1. It’s right there in that ridiculously long title. They took the last movie of the Hunger Games saga, and split it in half. This means that the finished film is half the final story, half […]

  Zach Adler

Editor’s Note: Our most useless staff writer by far is the delightful and clever Zachary Adler, who has literally never submitted a single article. The reason we put up with him is that he is so very delightful and clever that when (if?) he ever does write a proper article, we’re very much looking forward […]

  Brock Swinson

Despite having the deadly combination of an inspiring true story and a remarkable cast, The Monuments Men has that all-too-familiar feel of a Hallmark movie-of-the-week. George Clooney stars, directs, and co-writes the film, with writing partner Grant Heslov (The Ides of March; Good Night, and Good Luck.). The Monuments Men present a unique situation where […]