Power Rangers is great. Go see it. Okay, now that the review is out of the way, let’s talk about the best part of this movie. It’s Billy.
Have you heard? Movies are all awful now. If you’ve enjoyed yourself at the theater recently, you were wrong. There’s nothing but sequels, franchises, and shallow blockbusters. Except for all the amazing movies out there, but who gives a shit, amirite?
Services like Sling, Playstation Vue, and DirecTV Now let you watch live TV over the internet without getting a complicated bundle from your cable company. We took a look at these three services to see how they stack up to each other.
The future you’ve been waiting for has arrived. Amazon has added a new accepted wake word to activate your personal voice assistant: Computer. I don’t need to explain how cool this is to Star Trek nerds.
Every year, the Consumer Electronics Show hosts dozens of tech companies showing off their latest creations. Many never make it to store shelves, but it’s a great way to see how technology will evolve over the coming year. Here’s what you can expect in 2017 based on what we saw from CES.
4K TVs are becoming cheap and ubiquitous enough for everyone to buy, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you need to start watching 4K Blu-rays. This video shows the benefit you really get from those.
Rejoice, you can download Netflix movies and TV shows to watch offline. Unfortunately, it only downloads to your built-in storage by default, which can lead to some slow, cluttered phones. If you’d rather use the extra space on your SD card for all those Stranger Things episodes, here’s how.
When Plex first launched its Plex Cloud, which allows you to stream all your media from a cloud storage account, it only supported Amazon Drive. Now, it’s getting a lot better, with support for Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive.
Plex and Kodi are two of our favorite home theater apps, and now you can get both of them together. Plex just announced its new Kodi add-on so you can include your Plex library in Kodi.
Actors go through grueling workouts to get prepared for blockbuster movie roles. While you may not need to bulk up for a fight with Thanos, you can follow along with the type of routine Benedict Cumberbatch used to become the Sorcerer Supreme.
If you’re going to pay for a trip to the movie, you may as well get the best seat you can. So, where is that seat? According to the way most theaters are set up, it will be two-thirds of the way back, in the center of the row.
It’s annoying to pay for a movie service and wonder where all the good movies are. Vudu’s hoping that you won’t mind that feeling quite as much if you get your movies for free (with a few ads, of course).
Plex is already an awesome way to stream your media from your computer to all your devices. The newly-launched Plex Cloud makes it even simpler by hosting your media for you. Instead of having to keep your own computer on and connected at all times, you can just upload your stuff to Amazon and stream it anywhere you…
Hulu has always had a weird business model. You can watch most of its content for free, pay extra to get the latest stuff, and pay even more to watch without ads. Now the free tier is going away. For the most part.
San Diego Comic-Con wrapped up this weekend and man did we get a ton of awesome teases. Here are just some of the biggest trailers and glimpses we got from this awesome con. Spoilers for a bunch of movies and TV shows follow.
San Diego Comic Con kicks off this week and it’s going to be packed to the brim with geeky announcements, posters, trailers, and teases for your favorite shows and movies. Here’s how to keep up with everything that’s going on
Plex is easily one of our favorite ways to stream your media between devices. Sometimes, however, streaming can take a long time depending on what format your media is in. Use Plex’s optimize feature to solve this problem ahead of time and get smooth playback anywhere.
If you’re over the age of ten or so, you probably got chills when you saw the first trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, even if you didn’t end up liking the movie. That feeling is due to a concept called “intertextuality” and it’s everywhere these days.
Chrome: Movie review scores are pretty flawed. The most frustrating part is that you can’t tell from a score whether the reviewers dislike a movie because it’s bad, or just because they like different things than you. Heirloom Rotten Tomatoes helps fix this.