Author Archives: Brendon Wagner

FILM REVIEW: Netflix’s ‘The Babysitter’

FILM REVIEW: Netflix’s ‘The Babysitter’

So this is what director McG has been up to. As another great reason for the season, Netflix has been dealing out a plethora of spooky spirited content just in time for Halloween and with Stranger Things season 2 just around the corner. Their latest and greatest in the grotesque release The Babysitter is here

REVIEW: Netflix’s ‘Death Note’

Film adaptations of the graphic medium. Especially Japanese Manga to live action cinema transitions has seemingly proven time and time again to be difficult endeavors. Doing nothing but display the fact that American film studios have little to no idea what anime fans actually want. Buying up franchises we hold near and dear to us

Official Plot Synopsis of M.Night Shyamalan’s ‘Glass’ Released

With the unbridled success of M. Night Shyamalan’s film Split. The once forsaken son of suspense and horror has made his triumphant return to his roots. Following up with his winning streak of current micro budget films, M. Shyamalan is intending on merging the worlds of Split and Unbreakable into one unanimous sequal titled Glass. Setting the

‘The Grudge’ Reboot Gets Its Director in Nicolas Pesce

Japanese movies and media especially of the horror genre have been quite the fickle mistress in terms of Americanization for various reasons. From racially insensitive castings of all white actors to plots that just don’t make sense in western regions. Over all devoid of artistic asian style and influence that America just cant seem to nail;

‘The Conjuring 2’ Spin-Off ‘The Nun’ Starts Filming

Alongside finally giving us the chance to finally see Aquaman on the big screen in his own live action film. Director James Wan is building off of his own franchises starting with Annabelle and its sequel Annabelle: Creation both branching from the first Conjuring film. Which introduced us to the titular possessed doll antagonist and

FILM REVIEW: ‘Saban’s Power Rangers’

Power Rangers when you hear the name in your older years it’s filled with nostalgia of a show brimming with campy greatness giant robot fights cheeseball obscure villains and of course teens with attitude. Saban’s Power Rangers have gone through over 20  TV incarnations ranging from pirates to wizards. With each new iteration bringing forth

CinemaCon 2017: Universal Studios Panel

Entering Universals panel this year I had hopeful anticipation for an introduction into their soon to be reestablished Universal Monster Universe. Unfortunately, there was no slate or future title confirmations just yet but they rewarded us with a killer montage of the classic black and white Universal Monsters. Showing us the way to a new

CinemaCon 2017: Paramount Pictures Panel

Paramount  Pictures is aiming to hit hard this year with their 2017 film slate. Starting off strong with the cast of Baywatch showing us a brand new trailer deemed “FUchsia” rated. Baywatch seems incredibly reminiscent of the comedy that made the 21 Jump Street remake so great and with a cast including Dwayne Johnson and Zack