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The Top 25 Horror Films According To Rotten Tomatoes

 

Not everyone agrees with the critics but if you’re one of the people who do, then here is a list of the best reviewed horror films of all time. The Rotten Tomatoes site has averaged out the critic’s reviews for hundreds of horror films over the years. Here are the 25 best ever, according to the critics.

Critics Tweet First Thoughts After Screening of Dr. Strange

 Marvel is continuing their habit of allowing critics and reporters to post their initial thoughts on social media shortly after the first screenings of one of their movies has completed. Now that the first screening of Marvel’s Doctor Strange has been shown, the tweets are coming. So far, the reaction from the critics seems to be mostly positive. Here are some of the tweets about the film’s advance showing.

No Man’s Sky Journal #2: Stranger Things in Atlantis

In my last journal entry, my journey through the No Man’s Sky universe found myself in a new galaxy on a snowy forest of a planet.  I had just found a shrine to the Gek, learning their language and getting a better standing with the race I hadn’t yet met.  Now the second part of my journal review finds me right where I left off before, taking off to explore more of this galaxy.

Early Reviews for Suicide Squad Are Deadly Bad

 

Suicide Squad has been highly anticipated as the film which will break the string of disappointing DC projects. So far, the signs are not promising because the early reviews are so poor, they’ll make die-hard DC fans want to hit the critics with Harley’s bat.

Did the Negative Reviews for Batman v Superman Lead to Reshoots...

 According to a pair of popular movie sites, Warner Bros. is doing some last-minute reshoots on Suicide Squad to make the film funnier. Did the bad reviews for Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice worry Warner Bros. enough that they decided to make changes to the film?

Early Reviews for Batman v Superman Are Not Good

 

With the release of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice now only days away, the advance reviews are starting to appear…and the consensus so far is not favorable. The majority of critics have given it a thumbs down. What does this mean for the film? Will the bad reviews hurt it?

Tuesday Toy Review: Marvel Legends Menagerie

The latest wave of Marvel Legends figures have taken over our latest episode of Toy Review Tuesday, so come inside to check out our thoughts on the new figures and why we can't stop buying them! 

Graphic Review: Batman and Robin Volume 4: Requiem for Damian

I loved the character of Damian Wayne. He was sassy, rebellious, and gave the greatest super hero in the DC Universe a run for his money. Imagine an eleven-year-old already as angry, bitter, and vengeful as an adult Bruce Wayne. The sparks that flew between the latest incarnation of Batman and Robin were legendary. And it all came to a tragic end much too soon. Batman and Robin Volume 4: Requiem for Damian deals with the aftermath of Death of a Family and shows a Dark Knight struggling to come to grips with his emotions and guilt.

Godzilla (2014)

I’ve made no secret of the fact that I love Godzilla and it’s new iteration was easily my most anticipated film of the Summer.  As such, I went into the film early this week with high hopes and a little trepidation.  Thankfully Gareth Edwards revamp of the King of All Monsters is exactly what we’ve all been wanting out of a Hollywood Godzilla movie and will blow audiences away.  Come inside to find out why the King is back!

Toy Review Tuesday: The Winter Soldier Recap

Sorry for no reviews last week but I'm doing some cosplay crafting. The good news is I finally found a Black Widow form the Cap 2 line and a Whirl from the Transformers Generations line. Later this week I'll have a look at the new Star Wars The Black Series Obi-Wan and Luke Skywalker in Bespin gear and the completed build a figure of the S.H.E.I.L.D. Mandroid.

Machinehood – Book Review

Hugo Award nominee S.B. Divya (Runtime) is back with Machinehood, an action-packed sci-fi thriller about artificial intelligence, sentience, and labor rights in the near...