THE UNSEEN HORROR returns with more buried works of horror. We begin the year with Todd Browning’s controversial and touching movie FREAKS.
Rambo is back in LAST BLOOD. Is it good? Is it the last RAMBO? Does it hate women? ComicsVerse’s critic Tim Stevens answers all.
ABOMINABLE, Dreamworks’ newest offering, surprised film critic Tim Stevens with its heart and beautiful, thoughtful animation.
With the loss of Spider-Man in the MCU, let’s examine why Marvel should focus on introducing Jessica Drew/Spider-Woman as a possible substitute hero for Phase 4.
IT CHAPTER TWO may not live up to its predecessor or the novel, but ComicsVerse’s critic Tim Stevens still recommends the frightfest.
Women fronted films, THE KITCHEN and WHERE’D YOU GO BERNADETTE, go in for Short Take reviews, Movie Women edition, with decidedly mixed results.
Despite rumors otherwise, indie cinema still offers plenty of quality content. Critic Tim Stevens dives into KILLERMAN, AFTER THE WEDDING, ECCO, & THE PEANUT BUTTER FALCON to find out what’s worthy seeing and what’s worth skipping.
THE MATRIX is back in theatres! A 4th MATRIX film is coming! ComicsVerse’s Jenny Zheng looks at 3 ANIMATRIX shorts to explore what directions the next film installment can go!
As we argue about whether Spider-Man would be better with Sony or Disney, if Sony is a David to Disney’s Goliath, we miss this fact. We know nothing. So argues Tim Stevens who urges the internet against getting too deep in making uninformed predictions.
ComicsVerse’s critic Tim Stevens catches up on movies chronicling reckless youth that were missed, GOOD BOYS, DORA AND THE LOST CITY OF GOLD, & SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK.