Warner Bros’ “The Suicide Squad” is visceral, action-packed and definitely not for children, but a worthy addition to the Detective Comics Extended Universe. Writer and director James Gunn brings his signature style to the DCEU, mixing some lesser known characters with comedic elements to make the villains relatable.
E.L. James has released the sixth and final installment of the series Fifty Shades and “Freed” is definitely worth the read for all the readers that have waited four years for some closure.
“Fear Street Part 1: 1994” movie fails to capture the horror flick essence of the ‘90s that gave us so many classic slasher films.
Veteran voice actress Rebecca Davis got East Los Angeles College Theater Arts students and guests to speak in various characters.
“Army of the Dead,” directed by Zach Snyder, previously worked on Justice league, is a perfect blend of action, over exaggeration and comedy you would want in a movie.
“Blue Miracle” is a Netflix original movie directed by Julio Quintana that is based on the true story of an orphanage on the verge of closing due to lack of finances.
The documentary series “Wahl Street” follows actor Mark Wahlberg during his business stint in a six-episode series that did not manage to captivate an audience.
The new horror flick “Spiral: From the Book of Saw” has a refreshing take on the “Saw” franchise. The film itself doesn’t directly connect to any of the previous films aside from it being set in the same universe.
“I am All Girls” tackles the important subject of child sex trafficking with great sensitivity. Director Donovan Marsh’s storytelling is emotional without being completely explicit or exploitative about the matter.