sherlock holmes

In this edition of Sequel Bits:

  • Robert Downey Jr. still wants a third Sherlock Holmes movie to happen
  • Author R.L. Stine reveals the official title of Goosebumps 2
  • Karl Urban has some thoughts about when Star Trek 4 is going to begin filming
  • Karen Gillan‘s hopes for Jumanji 3
  • All that and more!

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The first season of Star Trek: Discovery has come and gone. So now it’s time to assess the pros and cons of season 1 and figure out how to make the second season even better.

On the whole, I did like this first season; it was a bold, inventive way of approaching the Star Trek franchise and I feel like it completed its mission overall. But there were some weak spots that I hope get addressed as the show evolves. Here are 10 things that I’d like to see in Star Trek: Discovery season 2.

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Toy Fair 2018 - Stranger Things 2

This past weekend, Toy Fair 2018 kicked off in New York City. Tons of new toys were shown off by a myriad of manufacturers, and that includes new action figures and collectibles from some of our favorite movies and TV shows. Here are the best reveals for new releases from Stranger Things 2, Ant-Man and the Wasp, Avengers: Infinity War, Pacific Rim: Uprising, Stephen King’s It, Black Panther, Star Wars, The Real Ghostbusters, and more. Read More »

/Answers: Our Favorite Heroes of Color

Heroes of Color

Every week in /Answers, we answer a new pop culture-related question. In this edition, tying in with the release of Marvel’s Black Panther, we ask “Who is your favorite non-white movie hero?”

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will you take my hand review

The finale for Star Trek: Discovery’s first season, “Will You Take My Hand?” was full of heartfelt moments and a very happy ending for Michael, who gets reinstated as a science officer after ending the Klingon War. But the episode still left me wanting? I feel a little like Ash Tyler – I’m of two minds and belong to no side when it comes to my Will You Take My Hand review. Read More »

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Star Trek: Discovery Review

Each week, Star Trek: Discovery has found new ways to up the ante. In this penultimate episode, “The War Without, The War Within,” the ante has been upped even higher than before…and last week, the entire multiverse was about to become extinct!

This week, the Federation is ready to take the fight to the Klingons on their own home turf thanks to insider knowledge from Mirror Georgiou. But the real fight, in all honesty, is the one governing the heart. That battle is what sat in the driver’s seat this episode, and it’s a battle filled with some tough, real talk.

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what's past is prologue review

After watching the latest Star Trek: Discovery episode, “What’s Past is Prologue,” consider me mad.

Me being mad is actually a good thing! Once again, I’m irritated we have to wait a full seven days for a new episode to come out. The writing is just that tight! This episode concluded with me holding my breath again. I can’t take the stress anymore! But before I get ahead of myself, let’s establish one clear outcome of this episode…

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blade runner 2049 blu-ray

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, The Holly wood Reporter hosted their annual rountable discussion with the directors who have been buzzed about this awards season. Plus, watch a video showing how insane it is that cinematographer Roger Deakins has been nominated for 14 Oscars and hasn’t won a single one. And see what Quentin Tarantino‘s Star Trek might look like. Read More »

vaulting ambition review 1

Star Trek: Discovery, you wild minx! How could you make me first suspect Lorca, and then learn to trust him, and then tell me I was right all along? I’ve been bamboozled in the best possible way! May the gif of Charles Foster Kane forever clap forcefully from the balcony for you.

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the wolf inside review 4

The mirror verse is so stressful! I sweated throughout the entirety of the latest Star Trek: Discovery episode, “The Wolf Inside.” I don’t even know where to begin, so let’s just start with the best part of the episode, which was also, wildly enough, the least stressful.

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