Spenser Confidential Trailer Brings the Famous PI to Netflix

It’s time to break out the Scotch as one of the greatest PIs of all time is about to return to the screen courtesy of Netflix in Spenser Confidential. The film, directed by Peter Berg, is based on author Ace Atkins’ novel Wonderland, which continues the adventures of Robert B. Parker’s long-running detective Spenser. Featuring …

Going Back to Baker Street with Sherlock Holmes (2009)

Growing up, the only versions of Sherlock Holmes I enjoyed were a parody with the Chipmunks, Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century, and, to a lesser extent, the Sherlock Holmes episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation featuring Data and Geordi LaForge as Holmes and Watson, respectively.  So when I discovered that Guy Ritchie was …

REVIEW: Knives Out (2019)

It’s no secret that I have my issues with Rian Johnson’s take on the Skywalker saga in The Last Jedi. But this does not mean that I have issues with Johnson as a filmmaker. His original movies Brick, The Brothers Bloom, and Looper, were each something special, and he brought a unique vision to all …

First Scoob! Trailer Arrives Online

Scooby-Doo takes us back to where it all began in the first trailer for the upcoming Warner Animation Group film, Scoob! The Scoob! trailer opens on a meta moment with Shaggy and Scooby getting ready for their new movie, Scooby briefly narrates the trailer, telling us to prepare for “the epic origin story of the …

REVIEW: Carnival Row Season One (2019)

*Warning: Full spoilers for Carnival Row: Season One* Virginia: It seems like ever since Game of Thrones ended (and, to a lesser extent, while it was still on), everyone is trying to create the next big fantasy series. This September’s Carnival Row, courtesy of Amazon Prime, is undoubtedly part of this trend. Starring Orlando Bloom …

Daniel Craig is on the Case in New Knives Out Trailer

Fresh off of mostly positive reviews from the Toronto International Film Festival, a new trailer for Rian Johnson’s Knives Out has been released. As we see police cars head toward the Thrombey estate, Michael Shannon’s Walt lays out the novelist patriarch’s literary bonafides (thirty languages, over eighty million copies sold) as he asks whether the …