About Maggie Boccella
Maggie Boccella is a certified Babe with the Power and lover of all things pop culture. She is a News Editor at Collider, as well as a Rotten Tomatoes and CherryPicks approved critic, and specializes in writing on feminist media and how much she loves Frank Castle. Her work has also appeared in Blossom Mag and Certified Forgotten, as well as on podcasts like Casterly Talk, and her own show, Does It Get the Pass?, a podcast dissecting the romantic comedy.
When not editing, she dabbles in painting, photography, fiction writing, and practicing her non-existent lightsaber skills.
Nicola Walker leads a sophomore season that improves on an already effective formula.
He also compares working on the George Romero-inspired series with his experience on ‘The Walking Dead.’
It looks like 'Daredevil' will be born again... again.
She's got important connections to the Devil of Hell's Kitchen.
The anthology series is back for another season of scares this month.
They have 999 happy haunts here, but there's room for a thousand. Any volunteers?
She also breaks down her personal connection to the story and how she got Emily Hampshire to voice her gruesome monster.
"Real life is this big, horrible mess, and the story of Michael Organ is a big, horrible f**king mess."
David Farrier returns with a new, deeply unsettling documentary nearly ten years in the making.
Blumhouse's latest slasher is like, wicked cool.
A troupe of dedicated, impressive actors are only just enough to make this play adaptation watchable.
"I just know him like I know a member of my family,” says the celebrated author.
Is there anything better than blowing houses up with popcorn?
The new series premieres on Netflix in September.
Paul McGann's Eighth Doctor deserves another chance.
He also spoke about what it's like getting creative input from Neil Gaiman.
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We can also reveal that Fathom Events has added a brand-new screening date!
Conn also spoke about taking over the role of Beelzebub from Anna Maxwell Martin.
They also talked about what it’s like having a Neil Gaiman character named after themselves.