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Jared Leto Cast In Spider-Man Spin-Off ‘Morbius The Living Vampire’

Marvel are currently enjoying their unprecedented deal with Sony, by utilizing Spider-Man to the fullest extent. The character (played by Tom Holland) has appeared...

THN Attends ‘Time Out’s Movies On The River’: ‘The Shape of...

After an extremely long and agonizing wait, the summer is now officially here. Unfortunately, the UK doesn't offer much in the way of elegant...

Steve Trevor Returns In First Official Still From ‘Wonder Woman 1984’

Ever since her scene-stealing debut in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, Gal Gadot has single-handedly carried Warner Bros troubled DC movie universe on her...

Home Entertainment: ‘Blood and Glory’ DVD Review

Bloody and Glory review: Sean Else directs this gritty period drama loosely based on the historical events of the second Boer War. Bloody and Glory review...

‘Pacific Rim Uprising’ Review: Dir. Steven S. DeKnight (2018)

Pacific Rim Uprising review: Steven S. DeKnight takes over the directing reigns for this high-octane sequel set ten years after the events of the...

‘Tomb Raider’ Review: Dir. Roar Uthaug (2018)

Tomb Raider review: Alicia Vikander leads the cast of the video game reboot, directed by The Wave's Roar Uthaug. Tomb Raider review by Ben Read. In the...

‘The Cloverfield Paradox’ Review: Dir. Julius Onah (2018)

The Cloverfield Paradox review: The third movie in the series arrives on Netflix with little warning and indeed marketing, but does it stand up...

‘Daddy’s Home 2’ Review: Dir. Sean Anders (2017)

Daddy's Home 2 review: Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell return for another bout of dad-based comedy, this time joined by Mel Gibson and John...

Exclusive: On the set of Jason Flemyng’s ‘Eat Locals’

As far as vampire films go, audiences of the 21st century have a built-in expectation for the fanged creatures. We've now been subjected to Twilight, a...

‘Brimstone’ Review: Dir. Martin Koolhoven (2017)

Brimstone review: Guy Pearce leads the cast of this new movie from director Martin Koolhoven, one we're calling 'one of the most visceral and...