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I keep going back and forth on my excitement level for this latest Paul Feig reboot. I think had they not called this a total reboot and just said this was 30 years later, I'd really have no problem with it. But there's something about writing off the entire Ghostbuster history that gets in the way of me totally embracing this. Still, I've liked the look so far, and the fact that Kate McKinnon's character looks like she's been lifted from

A review of a horror film right in the middle of Christmas time, how dare I? I know most people put horror movies in their rearview mirror after Halloween, but for horror junkies like me, horror movies are the gift that keeps on giving the whole year. Recently I had the chance to watch “Tales of Halloween” which was released earlier this year in October. The movie is compiled up of 10 short films and features major horror genre talent. Some of

so, we're not really the site that hits a lot of big budget superhero news. There are a million sites out there already doing that, HOWEVER, because we've given so much love to the previous two films on our show, well, here's a trailer for the Apocalypse. Since the dawn of civilization, he was worshiped as a god. Apocalypse, the first and most powerful mutant from Marvel’s X-Men universe, amassed the powers of many other mutants, becoming immortal and invincible. Upon awakening after thousands

The new trailer for "The Legend of Tarzan" is hitting the web, and at first glance it's looking like a mixed bag. It's hard to ignore the talent in front of and behind the camera, but they're asking us to excuse a lot of goofy looking CG. Hopefully they're still working on ironing that aspect out, but otherwise, could be interesting, yes? From Warner Bros. Pictures and Village Roadshow Pictures comes the action adventure “The Legend of Tarzan,” starring Alexander Skarsgård (HBO’s

Fans of the Duplas Brother’s “Togetherness,” can now check out the trailer for season two. Each adult fights to sustain his or her own passion without skirting responsibility. As the two couples find themselves living under one roof, 'Togetherness' explores the significance behind every day moments.

Everyone who’s enjoyed an Intro to Philosophy class has heard the tale of the queen who killed René Descartes. As the story goes, Descartes was a guy who danced to his own beat, regularly sleeping in until noon and lazily inventing different forms of geometry. Then one day a queen, fascinated by some of his writings, paid to have the famous philosopher travel to Sweden, where he would teach her a great many things early in the morning. He came, she