Universal Filmed Entertainment Group and AMC Entertainment Announce Agreement for Exhibition of Universal Films

By Staff Reports Universal Filmed Entertainment Group (UFEG), a division of Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ: CMCSA), and AMC Entertainment Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: AMC) announced today a multi-year agreement under which UFEG films will be exhibited in AMC Theatres in the U.S. The agreement includes at least three weekends (17-days) of theatrical exclusivity for all Universal Pictures and Focus Features theatrical releases, […]

Movie Review: Bigfoot- Worse Than Bad

By Jason T. Smith Creative Editor In 2012 the movie Bigfoot was released. Unfortunately, some missed this hidden gem the first time around, but thanks to Peacock, a streaming service brought to us by the good folks at Universal, fans of Sasquatch related films like myself now have the opportunity to watch it, with unfortunately being the keyword here. Bigfoot […]

Comic Book Review: Red Rooster- Episode #1

By Nolan P. Smith Editor My favorite aspect of the comic book market has to be the independents. Don’t get me wrong, I love Marvel and DC as well, but my eye is always to what’s new, whether its a new artist, writer or publisher. Allegiance Arts & Entertainment caught my eye at a Wal-Mart of all places, and it […]

Comic Book Review: A Man Among Ye #1

By Kevin Hoskinson Stories of pirates and their adventures on the high seas have fascinated readers for generations. As far back as I could remember, Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel “Treasure Island” has been a part of my life. It introduced me and many others to a whole new world of storytelling, thrilling adventure, and of course, the infamous pirate Long […]

Vault Announces THE DEVIL’S RED BRIDE, a samurai grindhouse epic from Sebastian Girner and John Bivens

By Staff Reports Vault Comics is thrilled to announce THE DEVIL’S RED BRIDE, a brutal samurai grindhouse epic by writer Sebastian Girner (Shirtless Bear Fighter, Scales & Scoundrels), rising star artist John Bivens (Cult Classic: Creature Feature, The Spread), colorist Iris Monahan, and letterer Jeff Powell. Set in 16th century Japan, THE DEVIL’S RED BRIDE is a blood-drenched love letter to Samurai […]

Graphic Novel Review: Mooncakes

By Rebecca Benson Ever since I first heard about Mooncakes from ROAR/Lion Forge, it piqued my interest. So let’s dive into Mooncakes! The story, written by Suzanne Walker, begins with Tam’s return to their childhood town. Important to the story is that Tam identifies as nonbinary and prefers the plural pronoun of ‘them’; oh, and is a werewolf. After considerable […]

Comic Book Review: It Eats What Feeds It #1

By Nolan P. Smith Editor Sometimes a book sticks with you at first sight. For me, it was when I saw the first promotional image for It Eats What Feeds It, from Scout Comics. By Max Hoven, Aaron Crow, and with breathtaking art by Gabriel Iumazark, this debut issue pulls you in deep into the bayou and the unknown. The […]

Todd McFarlane Reveals New Creature Line RAW10

By Staff Reports Today, Todd McFarlane, legendary creator, and McFarlane Toys creative force announced a new McFarlane designed creature toy line RAW10 coming exclusively to Walmart.  McFarlane and the award-winning McFarlane Toys’ design team have created a brand-new toy line and online comic series for creature and monster fans of all ages. “I’m excited to get back to creating and […]

Comic Book Review: Loggerhead #1

By Nolan P. Smith Editor Do you know what the world needs right now? More comic books. More escapes from the darkness of reality we are currently facing. Do you know what else we need? More snapping turtle-like monsters in the Bayou. Yeah, I know, you were thinking the same thing. Welcome to Loggerhead: Bloody Bayou #1 from Scout Comics. […]

Comic Book Review: Hollywood Trash #1

By Rebecca Benson For my first ever comic book review, I look at an upcoming comic coming from Mad Cave Studios in the fall: Hollywood Trash. It starts with the villainous Grapevine inducting a henchman, Leonard Wiley, aka Boom-Boom, into his cult ‘family’. His ‘children’ refer to Grapevine as “Pa-Pa.” Each family member has a nickname that exhibits their role […]

Snowpiercer Season 1 Review: All Aboard the Crazy Train!

By Daniel Schwartz During the early Spring and Summer, TNT aggressively advertised their new action-drama series Snowpiercer. This turned out to be a great move. With the pandemic shuttering production on most fan-favorite shows, Snowpiercer offered a new, exciting series to fill the void. Not only did they fill the void, they knocked the ball out of the park! Snowpiercer […]

Movie Review: Greyhound

By Kevin Hoskinson Tom Hanks. That’s all you need to know about this film. If anyone knows anything about the man outside of his Hollywood career, you know that he is a student of history and loves typewriters. That last fact has nothing to do with the movie, but he probably wrote it on a typewriter. Greyhound feels like what […]

Keanu Reeves, Matt Kindt & Alessandro Vitti Debut BRZRKR with BOOM! Studios

By Staff Reports BOOM! Studios is proud to announce BRZRKR, a twelve-issue limited series from the iconic Keanu Reeves in his Must Read comic book writing debut alongside New York Times bestselling co-writer Matt Kindt (Folklords, Bang!) and acclaimed artist Alessandro Vitti (Marvel’s Secret Warriors), colorist Bill Crabtree (BRPD), and letterer Clem Robins (Hellboy) in a brutally violent new series […]

No Heroine: This is the only vampire story you need in your life

By Staff Reports (Victor Valley)– Sold out on Diamond ahead of release,  No Heroine #1 is the critically-acclaimed supernatural action-drama with a punk rock edge, from Ringo Award-nominated writer Frank Gogol, with art and colors by The 4th Monkey: Anthology of Awareness father-daughter team, Criss Madd and Shawna Madd. Kayla Vasquez—a recovering heroin addict—just wants to go home to her family. But she’s got […]

Batman: The Adventures Continue Chapter Eight: “The Darker Knight, Part II”

By Staff Reports The eighth chapter of Batman: The Adventures Continue has arrived! Continuing last chapter’s epic cliffhanger featuring Penguin, Alan Burnett, Paul Dini, Ty Templeton and Monica Kubina’s incredible story, set in the universe of Batman: The Animated Series, is now available on participating digital platforms, including readdc.com, Comixology, Amazon Kindle, Apple Books, and more! After nearly killing Penguin, Azrael […]

Aww Geez… Not Again! Join Morty on another Adventure with Loot Crate’s New Rick and Morty October Crate

By Staff Reports Time to get schwifty with October’s ‘Aww Geez!’ themed Rick and Morty Crate. Grab your portal gun and take Morty on another ill-advised adventure with exclusive collectibles and gear that you can’t find in this universe, the pizza universe or any of the other universes you might find yourself stuck in. The October crate includes out of […]

“Wonder Woman: The Complete Collection” remastered & coming to Blu-ray on July 28

By Staff Reports Wonder Woman, the beloved 1970s live-action television series starring Lynda Carter, has been remastered and is coming to Blu-ray™! Wonder Woman: The Complete Collection arrives from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on July 28, 2020. Save the world? That’s a man’s job. Then along comes star-spangled Wonder Woman with her bullet-deflecting bracelets and golden lariat to set everyone straight. With […]

Movie Review: Palm Springs

By Kevin Hoskinson In January of this year, the film Palm Springs broke Sundance records by becoming the most expensive film ever purchased. It surpassed the previous record-holder, Fox Searchlights “Birth Of A Nation” in 2016, by a mere .69 cents. Once Neon and Hulu bought the film, the hype train got going, and people were curious about what made […]