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Franchise Fred Interview: Xolo Mariduena on Cobra Kai Season 2

When Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) reopened Cobra Kai, the world of The Karate Kid got a lot bigger. Johnny taught a new generation of high schoolers, but he was closest with Miguel (Xolo Mariduena)...

Franchise Fred Interview: William Zabka on Cobra Kai Season 2

The long awaited second season of Cobra Kai is finally here and William Zabka really gets to shine in it. Season one gave us more Johnny Lawrence than a movie ever could by making him a main character...

Avengers: Endgame Review – Some Other Beginning’s End

Marvel fans have waited 364 days to find out what happens after Avengers: Infinity War. For the remaining heroes of Avengers: Endgame it’s only been a few weeks. Endgame starts at Infinity War and sti...

Franchise Fred Interview: Martin Kove on Cobra Kai and John Kreese

Cobra Kai sure knows how to keep us in suspense. They ended the first season with the return of the series’ most formidable villain, John Kreese (Martin Kove). It was even more unexpected since Kreese...

Franchise Fred Interview: Jacob Bertrand, Cobra Kai’s Hawk

Franchise Fred isn’t the only one who approves Cobra Kai. It became YouTube’s biggest hit and both ‘80s kids and new fans have loved revisiting Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence today. We’ve also lov...

Crank: High Voltage 10 Year Anniversary – Make Love, Not Sense

I always say I want movies to make less sense. They’re not real life. Following the guidelines of reality inhibits creativity in a medium where everything should be possible. Neveldine and Taylor hear...

The Curse of La Llorona Review – La Lloroh No!

The Curse of La Llorona does the same sort of set pieces all the other Conjuringverse movies do, so fans of Annabelle and The Nun will probably enjoy this too. It’s better than the first Annabelle but...

Hellboy Movie Review: What the Hell, Boy?

It’s remarkable to me that the studios decided that a Hellboy 3 would not make enough money to justify the cost of making it with Ron Perlman and Academy Award winner Guillermo del Toro. But somehow a...

Pet Sematary Spoiler Review: You Can’t Cheat Death

A lot of what I liked about the new Pet Sematary was how it diverged from the source material and faithful 1989 movie. I didn’t want to spoil those surprises for the fans, and I didn’t even want to hi...

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