Halo Legends: The Babysitter

Animated by Studio4°C, The Babysitter tells the story of four Helljumpers sent on a mission to eliminate a key Covenant Prophet on a distant planet.

Cinema’s 5 Most Incompetent Computers

Mankind's proclivity towards paralyzing fear of its own creations hasn't escaped Hollywood. Movies with poorly devised robots are common. Which are the worst?

‘Paranormal Activity’ Review

Movie makers have been making money off things that go bump in the night for decades. The hype for this film has been supernatural, but does it scare viewers?

‘Drag Me To Hell’ Review

Sam Raimi has been involved with the horror genre ever since we knew his name, but has the director stayed in his Marvel web too long to affect real scares?

Trick ‘r Treat Review

From one of the writer's of Superman Returns comes an unconventional horror film so frightening Warner Bros. was afraid to release it to the general public.

Pixar’s ‘UP’ Review

Throughout their 14 year history, seemingly everything Pixar touched turned gold. UP however, stands out as their most moving and greatest achievement to date.

Zombieland Review

It doesn't matter what age you are, where you live or what films you prefer, everyone has seen a zombie movie. What separates this one from the rest? Find out.

Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs

Most people growing up remember the children's book Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, but is this film adaption going to bring back some nostalgia?

Inglourious Basterds Review

We's in the reviewing movies by Quentin Tarantino business, and cousin, business is a boomin'. Find out if the Tarantino film venture is FUBAR or a blitzkrieg.

District 9 Review

It speaks volumes with imagery and emotes timeless ideals in minutes. What kind of world does District 9 present viewers willing to venture behind its lines?

I Love You, Man Review

Your buddies. Your homies. Your crew, your posse, your friends. It’s always cool to hang out with the dudes, but what if you never had a male friend? What if your entire life was spent in the company of women, ...

Coraline Review

It's aimed at kids, but is it a kids movie? Unsettling subject matter yet a dreary but lighthearted tale allows Coraline to bridge the gap between worlds.