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Coming This Fall: Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry

It's important to remember that regardless of how many great shows any single season may have, we must also fill our quota of terrible...

Coming This Fall: Antimagic Academy

Alright, now that we had a break from all these generic shows, it's time to get back into the thick of it! This time with...

Coming This Fall: The Asterisk War

It's time for another Comedy, Ecchi, Romance, Harem, School, Light Novel adaptation, just like yesterday's, this time we also have some Action, Sci-fi, Fantasy, and Supernatural...

The Transporter Refueled REVIEW: “Refueled” a low-octane disappointment

Words that perhaps Luc Besson will seriously consider in the future when the thought arises to revisit The Transporter, Taken, or any other once-bankable,...

‘No Escape’ REVIEW: Horror Director Dowdle Delivers with Tense, Harrowing Film

No Escape, the latest film from Quarantine director John Erick Dowdle, is a tense and harrowing ride for most of its 103 minute running...

Hitman – Agent 47 REVIEW: “Hitman” hits its mark with slick visuals, solid action

Hitman - Agent 47 looks and feels like exactly what it is: a film adaptation of a video game. That said, it's one of...

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. REVIEW: “UNCLE” Long on style, short on sizzle

There's a great deal to like in The Man from U.N.C.L.E., director Guy Ritchie's highly-stylized take on the classic spy TV series of the...

Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation REVIEW: Cruise, McQuarrie deliver a must-accept mission

In case you might have been thinking that at this point, 19 years after the first Mission: Impossible film hit theaters, that making another...

Pixels REVIEW: Nostalgia, not Sandler, powers the fun in “Pixels”

It may be Adam Sandler's character saving the world from video game-inspired aliens in Pixels, but make no mistake: it's the video game aliens...