Complete with downright awful CGI. You know, the thing that could help this kind of film.
Will hit the spot with most genre fiends and should give newcomers one hell of a bloody good time.
'Supergirl' is slowly finding its footing and continues its third season with girl power galore.
A bestselling book, a great cast, the director of 'Let the Right One In' and 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy'. The result? Ugh.
Despite too many character deaths, season 3 has been the show's most solid run to date.
Another quick and strange goodbye to be had in the first episode of the eventful two-part finale.
Bolstered by a great performance from rising star Jessica Rothe ('La La Land').
We're introduced to a new long-term villain in season 3's premiere episode.
Oscar nominated doco filmmaker Matthew Heineman ('Cartel Land') looks at the citizen journalists risking it all to expose ISIS.
A key character meets an unsatisfying end.
As likeable as it is forgettable.