CRIMSON PEAK [Review]: Alice in Lokiland.

Gilded Age ingénue, Edith Cushing (Alice in Wonderland's Mia Wasikowska), endeavours to execute literary tales of gothic grandeur. After a ghastly greeting by her mother’s apparition, she delivers an ominous omen. With heartstrings torn between the love for her childhood confidant, Dr. Alan McMichael (Sons of Anarchy's Charlie Hunnam), and the tempestuous titillations of the darkly …

THE MULTIVERSITY / JUSTICE INC. / THE STRAIN [Reviews]: Things Beyond Gods!

Finally... Multiversity HAS COME BACK to...comiccccccssssss. Yes, that play off "The Rock" Dwayne Johnson was just a bit of how awesome and important this franchise means to, not only the Moody Monsignor himself, but to the DC Universe. If you didn't know, now you know: Multiversity #1 is the first in the stream of interrelated …

PACIFIC RIM [Review]: Finally, that ‘Smart’ Summer Blockbuster.

Only when the massive monsters and giant mechs do all the talking, of course. Pacific Rim is the most interesting movie of the year, if only because the premise reads like a dumb b-movie idea from a state college C+ film student (read: me), but lays behind one of Hollywood's brightest minds in Guillermo del …

GUILLERMO DEL TORO [Q&A]: From a ‘Dark’ Justice League to ‘Rim’ing it Pacific.

There are almost too many things to look forward to in the world of Guillermo del Toro. On Saturday night of the LA Times Hero Complex Film Festival, del Toro gave us talk of Justice League Dark, his (hopeful) HBO adaptation of Naoki Urasawa's Monster manga series, and an epic new trailer for Pacific Rim; …