OPINION: Always Remember ‘Smallville,’ the Show that Paved the Way for the Large Landscape of DC-Based TV Shows We Get Now

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On October 16, 2001, the world needed a hero. A mere month after two towers fell in New York, to brutal forces the world over… we needed a Superman.  And we got one. On that date, the fledgling network The WB debuted their new Superman-inspired TV series.  A show that was a visionary for its […]

‘Gotham’ Update: Jeremiah Seemingly Transforms Into The Joker and Bane is Revealed in New Photos From The Batman Prequel Series

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For several seasons of the Batman Prequel Series Gotham, actor Cameron Monaghan has been playing Jerome Valeska, a character who has been closely tied to the birth of the Joker.  AT the conclusion of season 4 earlier this year, Jerome was dead and his twin brother Jeremiah followed in the footsteps of his deranged brother as a maniacal, […]

‘Elseworlds’ Arrowverse Crossover Behind-The-Scenes Pics Reveal Barry and Oliver in Their Switched Costumes

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A few days ago, we reported here about Arrow star Stephen Amell’s tweet declaring that a main premise of the Crossover between The Flash, Arrow and Supergirl would be Green Arrow and The Flash switching roles where, apparently, Oliver Queen gains the powers of The Scarlet Speedster and Barry Allen becomes The Emerald Archer in an Elseworlds tale, much […]

After One Weekend, ‘Halloween’ is the Highest Grossing Movie in the Franchise’s History with a $77.5 Million Domestic Haul

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Horror fans were hungry for the return of Michael Myers this weekend.  So much so, that they carved out a near-record opening at the October Box Office for the return of The Boogeyman. Halloween only trails Venom‘s $80 million opening weekend record just two weeks ago with a $77.5 million tally.  But that’s really all semantics, […]

OPINION: The Slasher Movie is Back – Expect An Announcement By New Line Cinema as Early as Monday Morning for a Visit Back To Elm Street

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I feel a turn in the tide when it comes to the long forgotten sub-genre of horror – the slasher film.  With the release of Halloween this weekend, everything points to a reemergence in the area. New Line Cinema released It to a record-breaking $123 million last year.  After seeing the movie, I wondered why the company […]

REVIEW: Jamie Lee Curtis Makes an Incredibly Strong Comeback as a Laurie Strode for Modern Times in ‘Halloween’

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It was October 1981.  I saw 1978’s Halloween for the first time.  I had just turned three years old, 3 weeks prior.  The first memory of my life was watching this movie with my dad, because I largely slept through it, I think.  It had premiered on NBC that October and I agreed to watch […]