Tag Archives: Nathan Fillion

James Gunn’s ‘The Suicide Squad’ (2021) – Don’t Get Too Attached, But Enjoy The Ride! – Movie Review

To start this off, I want to answer a question a lot of people have been asking about The Suicide Squad, especially since there seems to have been another movie released a few years back with a very similar name: What is it? A remake? A sequel? Honestly, more of …

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James Gunn’s ‘Slither’ (2006) Is Still Slimy Creature Fun – Retro Review

Looking back through James Gunn’s carrier, his trajectory is truly unique. He started out as a volunteer with Troma, eventually becoming a writer for projects like Terror Firmer and Tromeo & Juliet, then moving on to major studio writing for projects like the live action Scooby-Doo films and Zack Snyder’s Dawn of …

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New Clip Released For ‘Night Hunter’ (2019)

A new clip has been released for the highly anticipated new film, Night Hunter. This film was directed by David Raymond (The Other Man 2013). It has a stacked cast featuring Henry Cavill (Man of Steel franchise), Alexandra Daddario (Percy Jackson franchise, Burying The Ex 2014 – read our review …

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Trailer Drops for ‘Night Hunter’ With Henry Cavill

A trailer has dropped for the new thriller Night Hunter. Check it out down below as well as all the other details for the film including the poster and awesome cast! This film was directed by David Raymond (The Other Man). It has a stacked cast featuring Henry Cavill (Man …

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This ‘Uncharted’ Fan Short Film Is The Game Movie We’ve Always Wanted


Hollywood destroys video game movies. It’s common knowledge. Name me one video game turned movie that turned out well. Don’t worry, I’ll wait… see, you can’t name one! Now, name all of the games Hollywood ruined: Resident Evil, Prince of Persia, Tomb Raider… hell, even Super Mario Bros wasn’t safe. The …

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Review – Slither (2006)

At the end of its theatrical run in 2006, Slither had failed to recoup its production budget of $29.5 million (almost half of which was spent on marketing), and was therefore considered a “box office flop”. Paul Brooks, president of the film’s production company, Gold Circle, was “crushingly disappointed”, blaming …

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