Review: ‘Ant-Man & the Wasp: Quantumania’ Entertains But Feels Hollow

Time sneaks up on all of us. Just 8 years ago, Paul Rudd made his debut in the MCU. The comedian found time to balance his already busy schedule and deliver stellar performances in various projects. This weekend sees Rudd’s fifth appearance as Scott Lang, a man troubled about the time he lost during the … Continue reading Review: ‘Ant-Man & the Wasp: Quantumania’ Entertains But Feels Hollow

Halloween Horror Nights 31 Preview: Grabbers & Ghosts & Body Swaps…Oh My!

While it has only been three event years since the last time The Horrors of Blumhouse made (its 2nd appearance), the world of horror has shifted. Blumhouse was already a juggernaut at the time, but one could argue that Black Phone and Freaky are among the most financially successful films from the studio. Given their … Continue reading Halloween Horror Nights 31 Preview: Grabbers & Ghosts & Body Swaps…Oh My!

Review: ‘Detective Pikachu’ Works Because of the Pokémon and In Spite of the Actors

Bringing little monsters to life on film was always going to be difficult. After all, the history of creature cinema often focuses on a single creature over dozens of different ones. For every great creature feature, like Gremlins, there was Trolls or Mac & Me. However, none of those films had the weight and expectations of Detective … Continue reading Review: ‘Detective Pikachu’ Works Because of the Pokémon and In Spite of the Actors