ABOMINABLE, Dreamworks’ newest offering, surprised film critic Tim Stevens with its heart and beautiful, thoughtful animation.
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!
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.
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.
Reboots and alternative universes are more popular than ever. TV is letting us relive our favorite shows in the hopes that we can fix the future.
Despite a rather lackluster summer blockbuster season, 2019 had a handful of great films and some even verged on masterpieces. Whether they be big budget entries or indie darlings that flew under the radar, these are the films that stood out to critics and moviegoers alike. Not to mention five more films to watch out for in the final months of 2019.
How will WANDAVISION set up the DOCTOR STRANGE sequel? Here’s what we know now and a few hypotheses, as presented by Kevin Erdmann, on where they may lead.
Come meet the first Asian leading man of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Simu Liu. Find out where he came from and why he is the right man for the job for Shang-Chi.
ComicsVerse’s Tim Stevens reveals all about ONCE UPON A TIME IN… HOLLYWOOD including how it fares on its treatment of women and violence.