Britt and Brian take apart the franchise film by film.
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The serious family drama from the director of WEDDING CRASHERS is exactly what that sounds like.
The terrible Marvel TV show turned totally around this year.
The CW's latest superhero show gives us a bright, warm reprieve from the usual dark DC property.
A beautiful, haunting, frustrating weird-fiction take on GONE HOME.
The new Batman-without-Batman show is silly, broad and too full of shitty winks to ever be enjoyed.
Phil looks under the mask of the oft-maligned fourth entry, released - somewhere, according to the internet - on this date in 1994.
Brian thinks a revival is in order.
Evan has no idea what he’s getting into.
A movie about an actress who will do anything - ANYTHING - to make it in Hollywood.
Nacho Vigalondo’s English-language debut is timely in the wake of The Fappening and GamerGate.
And it's sure looking lovely for its age.
A cheapie prequel to THE CONJURING fails on just about every level.
But Nacho Vigalondo's segment makes it worth checking out.