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Welcome to an all-new edition of Parlay Points! For this entry, the Marvel Universe is in darkness. The sun is blacked out. Vampires are running loose. The Avengers are overwhelmed. The Bloodcoven have defeated Earth’s Mightiest Heroes....
Welcome to an all-new edition of Parlay Points! For this entry, the end of Krakoan Era is here. A final showdown has arrived. The Children of the Atom against the sinister Orchis! In their darkest hour, the...

‘The Fall Guy’: Gosling and Blunt Shine So Much, We Need More of Them

I heard some other theater patrons talking about The Fall Guy as they left the auditorium, and they were comparing notes on how well the movie...

‘Godzilla x Kong’: Not Quite The Ideal Sequel We’d Hoped For

I don't know what putting a random 'X' means in things. It reminds me of when I bought the first volume of Spy X Family....

Destroy All Neighbors: Fun But Missing Some Comedy

We are back to some Shudder Roulette! I watched the fairly well-received Suitable Flesh recently on the streaming service, and it wasn't quite for me, unfortunately. I found...

Lisa Frankenstein Review: A Dark and Gothic Tale of Fun

Lisa Frankenstein is out, and if you love John Hughes and Tim Burton, this may be the film you have been waiting for. The...

The Sacrifice Game Review

Sometimes it's harder to figure out when a movie actually released than it should be.  When I'm looking at a movie and trying to figure...

The Holdovers Review

The Holdovers is exactly the kind of movie I typically greatly enjoy. A low-stakes, grounded, comedy-drama about interpersonal relationships. And it's distributed by Focus Features!...

The Iron Claw: An emotional journey off the top rope

It's always intriguing when Hollywood gets the occasional bug up their butt to make a movie based on something I've long been passionate about....

Silent Night: A FAMILIAR REALM

Merry Christmas, everyone! Let’s talk about a murdered child and how it leads to a blood-soaked rampage. Seventy-seven year old John Woo is back in...

SantaStein Review

SCREAMBOX Exclusive Santastein comes alive on December 19. The festive twist on Mary Shelley's Frankenstein delivers Christmas cheer and slasher fear in equal measure. You...

Did You Know? Buddy the Elf: Motivational Speaker!

Over the years, Elf has become a beloved classic Christmas movie for families to enjoy. In 2003, Director John Favreau brought writer David Berenbaum's...

Did You Know? Plains, Trains, and Automobiles

The Basics There are very few films that can claim to be a "Thanksgiving" movie, but 1987's Planes, Trains, and Automobiles is one of the...

Did You Know? 2011’s Thor and The Loki Dilemma

Sam Raimi's Thor The MCU finally welcomed it's own version of the Norse God Thor in 2011, but it could have happened WAY before that!...

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