Klaus, a new animated movie exclusively on Netflix brings both holiday cheer and nostalgia in a new storytelling way. The premise of the movie is Jesper, a postman in Smeerensburg befriends toy-maker Klaus, and they deliver a sleigh full of joy and gifts that melt a feud. Titan Books just published the art of the movie, and we found the book to be insightful and entertaining. Take a look behind th...[Read More]
Netflix has been in production of their The Witcher series. This happens to be based on both the video games, and the original books. Finally, we have some first look images, and they look legit.
Apparently no one in the Jurassic World franchise knows a bad idea when they hear one.
Netflix has been on a roll with their original content and now it extends into the infamous The Dark Crystal franchise. This prequel series, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, will bring together young and old fans of Jim Henson’s world.
A sad but long-expected day for marvel fans, as Netflix has placed the final two nails in The Defenders coffin, although an open letter from Producer Jeph Loeb might hold hopes for fans of the Marvel small-screen projects.
While it isn’t the mind games that fans had to deal with from season 1, Marvel and Netflix have been holding nearly all footage from season 2 of The Punisher, and now, a week from the show’s sophomore season, fans finally have an official trailer.
Great News for fans of the Punisher: Marvel isn’t playing mind games with the release date this season, and in one of the first teasers for the highly anticipated season, Marvel confirmed that the date of January 18 will be when Frank Castle sets off on his next spree of justice!
After finally deciding to watch Sandra Bullock’s starred Bird Box, I went in with a full “movie theater at home” mode, hooking up my best sound system to my computer, closing the curtains to keep the room as dark as possible, and snuggling in bed, waiting for what’s going to happen. Story The movie started and what I gathered out of it was that something was happening in Ru...[Read More]
Yet another Marvel show has been axed leading up to the debut of Disney’s new streaming service, Disney+. This time, the casualty was none other than the Devil of Hell’s Kitchen.