None of us are ready for the multiversal shenanigans to be found in December's Spider-Man: No Way Home.
In honor of spooky season, we've decided to do the impossible - make an entirely subjective and fun-to-argue-with list of the top 3 best witches in cinema, of all time.
It probably makes sense that the video game version of Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy reminds us of Naughty Dog's Uncharted series. After all, Uncharted paved the way for games like Guardians to evolve its awesome mix of storytelling and action. Once you're aboard this gang's Milano, you'll be off on a journey that's all about taking in a rompin' good story while intermittently fighting for your life...
As the years of stories in the now-defunct Expanded Universe and many stories in the Disney era have demonstrated, there's room for all manner of genres and subgenres in the Star Wars franchise.
We're just a few weeks away from the MCU's biggest swing of the cosmic bat thus far: Chloé Zhao's Eternals. Based on a rather obscure group of heroes created in the 1970s, the film promises to be one of the most ambitious and filmmaker-driven comic book projects of all time.
30 years ago this week, on October 21, 1991, Star Trek: The Next Generation delivered "Disaster," a riveting (and vastly underrated) hour of TNG's fifth season inspired by Irwin Allen's popular '70s disaster movies like The Poseidon Adventure. Writer Ronald D. Moore swapped out Posideon's cruise ship vs. rogue tidal wave premise for a gripping sci-fi tale centered on Picard and crew's disparate and desperate attempts to survive aboard the Enterprise after their starship is crippled by an anomaly known as a quantum filament.