Trent Reznor’s Five Star Film: Dead Ringers (David Cronenberg – 1988)

Music legend Trent Reznor shares his unsurprisingly dark Five Star Film.

REVIEW – The Equalizer (Antoine Fuqua – 2014)

Watching Washington do almost anything is good; watching him as a modern ronin, that makes the scariest groups of villains cower like helpless puppies...

The Originals Season One BLU-RAY GIVEAWAY

Thanks to Warner Bros. Home Entertainment we have 10 copies of The Originals Season One to giveaway (10 Blu-Rays). Official Synopsis: Klaus Mikaelson (Morgan), the original...

The Vampire Diaries Season 5 BLU-RAY GIVEAWAY

Thanks to Warner Bros. Home Entertainment we have 10 copies of The Vampire Diaries Season 5 to giveaway (10 Blu-Rays). Official Synopsis: After a sizzling summer with...

REVIEW – Sin City 2 (Robert Rodriguez, Frank Miller – 2014)

The dirtiest grime has been cleaned, like a death metal band releasing an unplugged album. Miller and Rodriguez want to return you to the...

Pop a Recap: Fox’s Gotham – Episode One – Pilot

Fox is going back to the beginning of one of the icons of the Batman universe, James Gordon (The O.C and Southland’s Ben McKenzie)...

REVIEW: Gone Girl (David Fincher – 2014)

David Fincher is the king of unsettling cinema. He’s an architect of dread and he manages to build something so entirely creepy and disturbing...

Dolph Lundgren’s Five Star Film: Gladiator (Ridley Scott – 2000)

Action star Dolph Lundgren gets epic as he shares his ultimate Five Star Film with Graffiti - Gladiator.

REVIEW: The Maze Runner (Wes Ball – 2014) – 2nd Opinion

The Maze Runner sits firmly in the Divergent thread... a futuristic version of Lord of the Flies, with one boy challenging the communist rule.

REVIEW: The Maze Runner (Wes Ball – 2014)

Like a cross between Jumanji and Lord Of The Flies, The Maze Runner is somewhat of a rarity. It's a YA-adaptation that actually works.