On November 3rd fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be treated to the films very first female villain in the form of the fabulous
This week, The Flash’s promised change in tone became really apparent with the show’s writing taking on a more balanced tone in terms of comedy and
This week we are treated to the return of the CW’s hit show The Flash. The episode picks up 6 months after the events of the season 3 finale. The audience is introduced to the newest iteration of Team Flash which is made up of Wally, Cisco, Iris, and Joe. The team is going up against Peak-a-boo who is taken down by Iris recognizing her teleportation pattern and directing the boys on how to defeat her.
The CW show being developed is based on the The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina comic which is a much darker iteration of the character. Sabrina the Teenage Witch was a comic book series created by George Gladir and Dan DeCarlo which was published by Archie comics. Sabrina debuted in the pages of Archie’s Madhouse #22 in October of 1962.
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory is easily one of the worlds most iconic films. The story of 11-year-old Charlie Bucket and his Grandpa Joe within the mysteriously wonky world of Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory has enthralled our imaginations for generations.
27 years after Tim Curry frightened an entire generation into a severe case of coulrophobia, Andre Muschietti’s IT remake of the classic miniseries of the same name brings the character of Pennywise back to theaters. Based on the 1986 critically acclaimed Stephen King novel IT follows a group of teens in Derry, Maine in 1989 known as the Loser Club as they hunt down and battle an immortal creature who takes the form of a killer clown that goes by Pennywise.