Tag: supernatural

Ranking M. Night Shyamalan’s Films From Worst to Best

With the release of Glass, we revisit the filmography of M. Night Shyamalan and rank his films from worst to best.

Career Breakthroughs: M. Night Shyamalan

In a fitting manner, M. Night Shyamalan's path to notoriety was full of unexpected twists. With this month’s release of Glass, we take a look at the early years of this contentious filmmaker.

The Slender Man Trailer is a Collection of Uncomfortable Imagery

Okay so I have watched this thing and I’m pretty much done with sleeping, the woods, and people that wear skinny suits.


Stranger Things Season Two Stays Strong (Spoilers)

The critically lauded Netflix web-series Stranger Things has returned for a second season and it’s an entertainingly odd sophomore year. Most of the first-year cast is back, along with a few newbies, as the town of Hawkins, Indiana faces more Domogorgons from the Upside-Down. Beware of spoilers.

Channel Control Episode 9: GLOW, Watchmen, Star Trek, and More

In this weeks episode Matt and Rob give you the scoop on the 2nd attempt at a Supernatural spin-off series. News on the Watchmen TV series in development, Star Trek Discovery star Sonequa Martin-Green takes on critics who say the show is "too diverse", and the new batch of Big Brother houseguests.  We'll tell you what we think of the netflix original GLOW.  Come inside to watch!  

Examining Hollywood Remakes: Bedazzled

It’s time to talk remakes again. Our ongoing series continues as we look at a comedy about the devil. Maybe that’s not quite the holiday spirit but we’re doing it anyway. This week, Cinelinx looks at Harold Ramis’ Bedazzled (2000).

It Follows Movie Review

It Follows has become the most talked about horror film of the season thanks to rave reviews and a ridiculous amount of press from not only genre outlets but mainstream ones as well. With so much hype surrounding it, I deemed it necessary to drop everything and see it as soon as possible. As I left the theater, I couldn’t shake the feeling that while what I saw was both engaging and thought-provoking it still somehow missed the mark of true terror.

Should the New X-Files Focus On Old Plots or New Ones?

With the X-Files returning to TV for a six-episode run, what should the revived series focus on? Should they take the opportunity to wrap up existing, unresolved plots like the alien colonization, or should it shy away from the convoluted mythology in hopes of bringing in a new generation of viewers, which could lead to higher ratings and more episodes in the future?

Interview: Director / Writer Petr Jakl Discusses Horror Film Ghoul

Petr Jakl has come a long way from his roots in Prague, Czechoslovakia. He started out with roles in foreign films in the late 1990s and early 2000s and quickly found a spot in Hollywood playing supporting characters in movies like xXx and AVP: Alien vs. Predator. Not content to stay in front of the camera, Jakl has now written and directed two of his own projects. The latest one, Ghoul, is hitting select theaters on March 20th.

Comic Review: Gotham By Midnight #1

Gotham City just can’t seem to catch a break. As if there isn’t enough trouble with human criminals like the Joker, Penguin, and Riddler, the supernatural things that live under your bed and go bump in the night seem to be drawn to the depressingly dark metropolitan as well. So much so that Commissioner James Gordon has set up a special unit to investigate all the reports of otherworldly phenomena.

Jackass One: A Star Wars Podcast – Episode IXX

It’s another episode of Jackass One: A Star Wars Podcast, and The Galactic Senate are talking Ahsoka Tano! This week on Jackass One, Darth Jah-Cass...