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Diversity Aboveground: Marvel’s Diversity Improving?

Marvel Studios has taken a lot of criticism that seems to increase with every year. It’s 2016 and still no Black Widow solo film. Doctor Strange, despite the box office numbers, did have boycotts. Black Panther is still 16 months away. Captain Marvel won’t premiere until over a year after that. Characters in the LGBTQUIA+

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FILM REVIEW: ‘Attack Of The Lederhosen Zombies’

Despite Lederhosen in the title. Attack Of the Lederhosen Zombies has redundance with its name giving only two zombies throughout the film that actually wear the German garment. But with that aside the movie is some of the best euro Zombie horror to be pumped out since films like Dead Snow and Dead Snow Vs Red

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BLOB Remake Akin To ALIEN And PREDATOR; Please Let Jason Statham Star!

One of my favorite horror films growing-up had to be 1988’s The Blob, it’s campy as hell and felt like cheesy sibling of films like Aliens, Predator and John Carpenter’s The Thing. It seems like the remake’s director Simon West (Con Air, Wild Card, Expendables 2) also seemingly caught-on to that impression as he spoke to Den of

Tim Burton To Direct Live-Action DUMBO Movie For Disney

The Wall Street Journal reports that Tim Burton is set to direct a live-action retelling of the classic tale of Dumbo for Disney. It originally focuses on a sad tale of an enslaved circus elephant that uses his rather large ears to fly. The character is one of if not thee most iconic animals in

This Chris Pine GREEN LANTERN Rumor Just Won’t Die

Yesterday, we kind of got burned on a “hot rumor” El Mayimbe was circling via his Instagram account concerning British actor Sam Strike. It looks like he’s got another one today and we’re going to be even more cautious from now on. Basically, a lot of these trade journalists and bloggers are washing their hands of

SAN ANDREAS Gets New Disaster Fueled Trailer

Disaster films used to be all the rage, with filmmakers like Roland Emmerich leading the charge to busting our brains with insane amounts of destruction caused by weather anomalies, aliens, and giant lizards who thought they were Godzilla. But the trend seemed to finally die down in the early 2000s, with Emmerich seemingly destroying the