From the most anticipated blockbusters to the smallest indie films, Comics to Screen looks at all of this year’s adaptations.
James Wan-directed film gets pushed back three months.
James Wan’s blockbuster horror film haunted Randall Colburn in a unique way.
Like standing next to an idiot with an air horn, never knowing when it’s about to blow.
James Wan can’t decide if he wants to make you shriek, cry, or shake your head.
A look ahead to our most (and least) anticipated onscreen offerings this summer.
The adventures of Ed and Lorraine Warren continue in London.
Oh, what a year, what a lovely year!
In-demand director seals two mega deals for two different studios.
A relentlessly paced action movie and an affecting memorial for one of its own.
From Avengers to Star Wars to Terrence Malick — come one, come all!