Murder is afoot once more in the latest Knives Out mystery from writer/director Rian Johnson. So is the world’s greatest detective, Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig), who’d grown bored during the pandemic and needed a new case to crack. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery sticks to sequel conventions in that it goes bigger than its predecessor. Still, it also switches […]
It’s been seven long years since Disneyland would bring the infamous “Hatbox Ghost” back to the Haunted Mansion attraction in California. News broke out of D23 that he will finally materialize in the Haunted Mansion at Magic Kingdom next year. The Hatbox Ghost, which was part of the original Haunted Mansion attraction back in 1969, was […]
It’s been a long time since writer/director Henry Selick has graced audiences with a spooky, stop-motion animated feature. More precisely, it’s been almost thirty years since he helmed the beloved classic The Nightmare Before Christmas. It’s been thirteen years since his last effort, Coraline, a gateway horror movie for many. Selick finally makes his long-awaited return with Wendell & Wild, […]
With NECA handling Disney’s “Gargoyles” action figures, what about the video game side of things? Released on the Sega Genesis in 1995, Gargoyles was a treat to play, though it didn’t quite receive the same acclaim as other Disney games on the Genesis. Fear not, as for those who missed it the first time, Disney […]
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The rollarcoaster of Firaxis’ Marvel’s Midnight Suns continues. After another announced delay last month, Firaxis and publisher 2K Games have announced at the D23Expo that the game will arrive December 2 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store, while the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch versions […]
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Director Mark Mylod and writers Seth Reiss and Will Tracy carefully construct a multi-course fine dining tasting menu of satirical delights and frights in The Menu. While the sophisticated and dry horror-comedy tantalizes with a feast for the senses and a compelling ensemble cast, The Menu’s satire lacks bite. Obsessed foodie Tyler (Nicholas Hoult) finally secured a coveted spot at the exclusive Hawthorne Island […]