'Star Wars: Andor' debuts with three terribly boring, drab and uninspired episodes that feel completely detached from the main franchise.
The first half of The Orville: New Horizons delivers bold, brave and entertaining stories that remain largely politically neutral.
Mickey Rourke discusses his shock over Vladimir Putin's behavior, despite two decades of clear and present red flags surrounding the Russian dictator.
Season three of The Boys goes full-tilt Woke, destroying its satirical premise and key strengths in the process.
The Terminator franchise is a story of riches to rags, thanks largely to critical errors present in every single sequel installment.
To celebrate the overturning of Roe v. Wade, we feature some fantastic films with a strong pro-life message to commemorate the event.
Obi-Wan Kenobi finishes its 6th and final episode, while simultaneously murdering the memory of Star Wars altogether.
Prepare to get shell-shocked by our review of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge, a nostalgic throwback to classic 1990s arcade brawlers!
We look at all the Predator sequels to find out how each one failed to recapture the original's fan-winning formula, right in time for the release of 2022's Prey.
We review The Daily Wire's new film, the gritty and tense Terror On The Prairie, starring ex-Mandalorian actress Gina Carano in a stunning comeback.
Studio Wildcard just dropped a BIG announcement on the status of ARK II, the sequel to the popular dinosaur-themed survival game.
ScreenRant writer Emmanuel Noisette pens a culturally tone-deaf article surrounding Star Wars, and the state of race relations as a whole.
We review Matt Walsh's controversial and vital 'What Is A Woman' documentary, by The Daily Wire.
It's time to rank the most evil characters from The Lord Of The Rings, from downright shady, to the worst of the worst.
For years, men living in Western society have been excoriated, ridiculed, abused, and emasculated by an emboldened subgroup of radical third-wave feminists proclaiming victimhood, while reaping the benefits of a societal structure that took their false accusations at face value, and showered them with a huge influx of political power.
Sniper Elite 5: France manages to provide such a sense of freedom and empowerment, while creating enough atmosphere to keep players riveted for the long haul.
Halo is not a good TV show, and it's an even worse adaptation. It flirts with the source material to appear genuine, only to pull the rug out from the audience, seemingly on purpose.
It's becoming more and more apparent that returning showrunner Russell T. Davies has no intentions of redeeming Doctor Who.