A guide for the Escape Room Franchise. Noted are cast members, information about their character(s), and additional details about the film’s story and characters.
Escape Room: Tournament of Champions may make you think the rooms would be more elaborate and attendees savvier, but that is not the case.
Fear Street: Part 3 (1666) is the perfect ending to the horror trilogy and will make you hope more trilogies resolve as quickly as this one did.
While the sequel to Fear Street: 1994 loses some of the luster of the first entry, at the very least, it ends strong.
For what is one of Batman’s legendary stories, Batman: The Long Halloween seemed rather run of the mill.
Usually, it takes years for a trilogy to be built, but with Fear Street, Netflix is giving you the full story in three weeks, and 1994 sets a positive tone.
Asking For It has a B-Movie vibe as it has a group of radical feminists take on incels and the patriarchy.
The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard is just what you need if you’ve felt laughter, guns, and things blowing up, have been in short supply.