‘The Invisible Man’ is Universal’s Scariest Monster Movie in Decades [Review]

Universal Pictures has struggled in recent years with reintroducing their classic lineup of iconic movie monsters to the main stream in a way the audiences respond favorably to, but they have finally hit the...

‘The Rise of Skywalker’ Completes ‘Star Wars’ Saga [Review]

‘The Rise of Skywalker’ is an Epic Finale to ‘Star Wars’ Saga [Review]

The circle is complete, as the epic Star Wars saga comes to an awesome close in the 11th live action feature film (12th if you include the animated The Clone Wars theatrical feature), The...

Tarantino’s ‘Hollywood’ is a Time Capsule of Tinseltown [Review]

Tarantino’s ‘Hollywood’ is a Time Capsule of Tinseltown [Review]

Writer/director Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time …in Hollywood is a vibrantly entertaining time capsule of Tinseltown at the end of an era, as the popular westerns that dominated the early days of TV...

‘Spider-Man’ Steps Up in ‘Far From Home’ [Review]

Spider-Man Steps Up in ‘Far From Home’ [Review]

Peter Parker swings abroad to do some soul searching following the devastating events of Avengers: Endgame, which saw the end of some of the most beloved Avengers, in Marvel’s highly entertaining sequel Spider-Man: Far...

‘Annabelle Comes Home’ Conjures Horror’s Ultimate Toy Story [Review]

‘Annabelle Comes Home’ Conjures Horror’s Ultimate Toy Story [Review]

The only toy story I care about, Annabelle Comes Home just may be the ultimate Conjuring universe movie, a highly suspenseful and entertaining tour through real life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warrens’ infamous...

‘Godzilla: King of the Monsters’ Reigns in Epic Kaiju Action [Review]

‘Godzilla: King of the Monsters’ Reigns in Epic Kaiju Action [Review]

The new sequel Godzilla: King of the Monsters delivers epic Kaiju fighting action, stunning visuals, and a timely message, and the big guy himself has never looked better. A reaction to America’s catastrophic bombings...

‘Bumblebee’ is Old School Transformers Done Right [Review]

Bumblebee brings the Transformers franchise back to its roots, with a lot of heart and wonder, and most importantly, a radical amount of ’80s nostalgia. With Travis Knight stepping into the director’s chair, the new...

‘Aquaman’ Rises to a New Level [Review]

Aquaman has just surpassed Batman v Superman as the DC Extended Universe’s highest grossing movie to date, but even more impressive than the numbers is how the film, a transportive visual feast, raises the historically...

‘Creed II’ is Drago’s Revenge [Review]

America’s all-time favorite underdog, Rocky Balboa is back in the ring with his Russian nemesis Ivan Drago, but this time both are in the corner of their respective younger proteges in Creed II, a...

‘Halloween’ 2018 is All Treats for Michael Myers Fans [Review]

A new Halloween movie is finally upon us, and it was well worth the nine-year wait, as director David Gordon Green and his co-writers Danny McBride and Jeff Fradley have delivered one of the best horror sequels ever...

‘Hell Fest’ is a Halloween Haunt Thrill Ride [Review]

Like a favorite roller coaster you just can’t get enough of summer after summer, the new Halloween slasher Hell Fest is destined to be mandatory annual October viewing for horror fans. Directed by Gregory Plotkin (Paranormal...

Hannah John-Kamen is Ghost in 'Ant-Man and the Wasp'.

‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ is Twice the Fun [Review]

If you’re wondering what Ant-Man was up to during the events of the epic Avengers: Infinity War, the answer is in the new sequel Ant-Man and the Wasp, which doubles down on the lighthearted...

‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Roars with Horror [Review]

The park is gone and dinosaurs have finally arrived on the mainland of America in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, the new sequel that succeeds in making the re-born prehistoric giants scary again. In 2015’s relaunch...

‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ is a Total Blast [Review]

The origin of legendary galactic smuggler Han Solo is revealed in Disney and Lucasfilm’s highly entertaining new prequel Solo: A Star Wars Story.     Alden Ehrenreich has the unenviable task of stepping into Harrison...

‘Black Panther’ is a Profound Marvel [Review]

Proving that a comic book movie adaptation can be just as entertaining as it is timely, and just as action-packed as it is resonant with cultural commentary on the state of the world and...

‘Death Cure’ is Fitting End for ‘Maze Runner’ Series [Review]

The third movie adaptation of the popular Maze Runner book series, The Death Cure is the most action-packed and emotional adventure of the franchise. After the intimate-by-comparison Twilight Zone-esque introduction to our main characters...

‘Justice League’ is Super Fun [Review]

The greatest comic book icons of all time are finally together, united in their first official live action movie as a team, as Batman and Wonder Woman join Aquaman, The Flash, Cyborg, and, yes,...

‘Thor’ Sequel Ragna-Rocks [Review]

 I don’t know why it took so long for Led Zeppelin’s pummeling anthem “The Immigrant Song”, which includes lyrics about Thor’s “hammer of the gods”, to be used in a live action Thor movie, but...

'Sightings' director Dallas Morgan at the 2017 Halloween International Film Festival (photo by Matt Artz)

‘Sightings’ Wins With Horror And Heart [Review]

Editor’s Note: Sightings was a 2017 Official Selection at the 2nd Annual Halloween International Film Festival in Kill Devil Hills. The following review from OBX Entertainment guest correspondent Kip Tabb was submitted after the...

‘It’ Returns As Scarier, Hungrier Pennywise [Review]

 It has returned to terrorize a new generation of kids, and he’s scarier, angrier, and hungrier than ever before in the new big screen adaptation of author Stephen King’s classic novel.   As in the...