“Marvel’s M.O.D.O.K.” on Hulu is a hilarious dive into the mind of a super villain who is more common man than super anything.
The new anime film “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train” is an action-packed tear-jerker that fans will love. With a run time of two hours and an R-rating, the film takes place right after the events of season one of the anime series “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba.” It follows the demon slayers, Tanjiro Kamado, Zenitsu Agatsuma, Inosuke Hashibira, and Nezuko Kamado, Tanjiro’s demon sister. They board the mugen train to team up with Kyojuro Rengoku, who is a part of the high ranked Demon Slayer group known as the Hashira, to defeat a demon who has been terrorising the train.
The emotionally charged film “Monster,” made its first appearance at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival and with its Netflix premiere this week, the film remains as relevant in 2021.
“Star Wars: The Bad Batch” is sure to make for great entertainment for Star Wars fans, but it won’t make fans out of newcomers to the franchise and would spoil major plot points of the prequel trilogy.
Stefano Sollima’s “Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse” is an action-packed thriller with poor dialogue.
“Selena: The Series” redeems itself in its second part of the Netflix original. The Netflix series came back with part two on May 4 and picked up right where it left off.
Investigative reporter Maury Terry pushes the limits in the new Netflix docu-series “Sons of Sam: A Descent Into Darkness” which dissects the infamous investigation of David Berkowitz.
Netflix’s “Jupiter’s Legacy” is an introspective, smart and visually stunning adaptation of writer Mark Millar’s comic book series by the same name.
The new horror film “Things Heard & Seen” will leave viewers with mixed feelings as they expect to see more action throughout the movie but instead get a calm horror film.
“Invincible” season one, Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley’s show on Amazon Prime Video, ends by devastating the show’s protagonist and its audience. Hurtling toward the end of the first season, one thing is brutally clear during the eight episode run of the show, if it can bleed, it will.