As if 2020 wasn’t a whirlwind of a year already, we now have a Christmas movie absolutely no one asked for called Fatman. I hope you’re sitting down for this cast and plot because it’s a doozy. Mel Gibson plays Jolly Old St. Nick, who joins forces with the U.S. military to help save his declining business.
Back in 1992, Candyman frightened moviegoers when they were introduced to a murderous soul that wielded a hook for a hand. To this day, saying Candyman five times in front of a mirror is something only the strongminded will attempt. It’s not something I dare to try, even if it is just from a movie.
Growing up, The Lion King was always my favorite Disney movie. I still remember the first time I watched it I made my mom rewind the VHS tape three times before I had my fill of it.
Nearly 40 years ago, we were introduced to Vietnam veteran John Rambo in First Blood. Since the character’s inception, Sylvester Stallone has clocked too many kills to count as the action hero, and he doesn’t seem to be letting up in Rambo: Last Blood.
The Hamilton Ventura watch returns to the MIB franchise as the official watch of the agents. Men in Black: International features Hamilton Ventura two ways.
The infamous Chucky doll that tortured my childhood is getting the reboot treatment and the first official teaser trailer for the new film has just dropped.
I have a guilty pleasure, and that guilty pleasure is the Fast & Furious franchise. No matter how corny they are or unrealistic, there is just something about Vin Diesel and his goofy dialogues that just get to me.