Yes, we also cover plenty of movie and TV industry news. But we always try to infuse our news aggregation with insightful commentary, unique perspective, and the same irreverent spirit that has made FSR the publication it is today.
Presently, we are the host to several excellent recurring columns that cover current events:
When the Skrulls are away, the Kree will play.
We dig into the teaser trailer and consider how it adheres to and contradicts the character’s animated history.
By Rob Hunter
The Harbinger, Something in the Dirt, and Satan’s Slaves 2 are just a few of the must-sees this year.
By Meg Shields
Reports of the death of movie theaters have been greatly exagerated.
The Library of Congress now recognizes all three parts of the original ‘Star Wars’ trilogy for their historical significance. But Lucasfilm has never offered them prints of the original theatrical versions.
We compare the debut of the new ‘Ghostbusters’ movie to others in the franchise and consider the potential for a sequel.
‘Last Night in Soho’ and ‘Antlers’ fell short in a generally disappointing weekend at the box office for horror movies, while Joanna Hogg’s sequel ‘The Souvenir: Part II’ was a hit in limited release.
The new movie gave Denis Villeneuve his biggest opening ever, and it has proven to be a great financial success for Warner Bros. as well.
Meanwhile, Ridley Scott had the worst debut of his directorial career with ‘The Last Duel.’