The “Call of Duty” first-person-shooter franchise switches gears and successfully heads to a new platform with the release of “Call of Duty: Mobile” as a free downloadable application.
“Mind Hunter” is an engrossing drama following some of the first professionals to seriously study the psychology of serial killers through the ‘70sand ‘80s.
The amorphous mass of flesh in John Carpenter’s 1982 monster-mystery film “The Thing” was a miracle of practical effects and set the standard for the industry.
Nintendo has released an addicting app based on one of their most popular games: “Mario Kart” called “Mario Kart Tour.” As much fun as it is, there are some downsides.
The dark looming influence of Castle Dracula has been summoned during East Los Angeles College Theater Arts Department’s excellent adaptation of “Bram Stoker’s Dracula.”
The Los Angeles Comic Convention gave business professionals time to share tactics that make the process of creating successful businesses and brands easier.
Wonder Women In Entertainment was a panel on the experiences of female lawyers, executives and talent managers at The Los Angeles Comic Con on Oct. 12.
Netflix just rolled out their newest teen romance last month called “Tall Girl.” The film isn’t necessarily bad, but it is definitely problematic.
Zombies, as we know them, would not exist without George Romero’s 1968 classic “Night of the Living Dead.”
“Joker” is a film that delivers on multiple levels with its graphic violence, unnerving tone and fantastic performances.