Rick Marshall, Digital Trends

Rick Marshall

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New York, NY, United States

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  • Digital Trends
Past:
  • Region 8 News
  • WFSB Channel 3
  • KEYC News 12
  • KCTV5 - Kansas City
  • FOX 5 Las Vegas
  • Movies.com
  • Tech Insider
  • Mental Floss

Recent articles by Rick:

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever review: treading water

It offers a powerful tribute to Chadwick Boseman, but Black Panther: Wakanda Forever sometimes feels like an MCU movie drowning in uncertainty. → Read More

My Father's Dragon review: One for the kids

An excellent cast and strong dramatic moments lift this Netflix adaptation of My Father's Dragon above its simple animation and fuzzy storytelling. → Read More

Mythic Quest season 3 review: as smart and engaging as ever

Although it slips into too-familiar territory now and then, season 3 of Mythic Quest keeps the bar high for the smart, superbly crafted Apple TV+ series. → Read More

Enola Holmes 2 review: A game cast carries the superb sequel

Enola Holmes 2 stars Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill make a wonderful team in a fun, funny sequel to Netflix's 2020 film. → Read More

Henry Cavill reveals more about Superman and his gaming rig

Superman actor Henry Cavill discusses his return as Sherlock Holmes in Enola Holmes 2, as well as the future of the Man of Steel and his gaming rig's status. → Read More

The Peripheral producers on futurism, season 2, and Fallout

The Peripheral producers Jonathan Nolan and Vincenzo Natali discuss William Gibson and futurism, a potential second season, and Amazon's Fallout series. → Read More

Slash/Back director on film's native roots, homegrown horror

Slash/Back filmmaker Nyla Innuksuk explains how she made her alien-invasion film in a remote Inuit community and why it was so important to do so. → Read More

The School for Good and Evil review: Middling magic

Paul Feig's adaptation of The School For Good and Evil is lifted by an impressive supporting cast, but tempered by a predictable story and lengthy running time. → Read More

Slash/Back review: The kids are all right (especially when fighting aliens)

Nyla Innuksuk's Slash/Back pits a group of kids against alien invaders in a remote Inuit village and delivers a unique, rewarding adventure along the way. → Read More

Halloween Ends review: a franchise mercy kill

David Gordon Green's trilogy-concluding film Halloween Ends never quite lives up to the promise of the 2018 franchise revival. → Read More

Operation Seawolf review: nice Nazis? No thanks!

Steven Luke's problematic World War II thriller Operation Seawolf doesn't do enough to make its Nazi protagonists or their experiences worthy of your attention. → Read More

Trailer Park Boys on Canadian Thanksgiving, donair turkeys, and high times

Trailer Park Boys stars Ricky, Julian, and Bubbles discuss their Canadian Thanksgiving plans, hunting donair turkey, and why their show remains so damn popular. → Read More

Significant Other review: a scary kind of love

Maika Monroe and Jake Lacy's strong performances carry Significant Other's tense, twisty tale of a couple confronting a sinister threat in the forest. → Read More

Werewolf By Night review: magnificent monster mayhem

Disney's black-and-white creature feature Werewolf By Night harkens back to classic Hollywood horror and a time before Marvel went all-in on superhero stories. → Read More

My Best Friend's Exorcism review: Mean girls and meaner demons

My Best Friend's Exorcism is equal parts funny and frightening, and delivers a clever spin on paranormal possession tales. → Read More

Hocus Pocus 2 review: that old black magic, new again

Hocus Pocus 2 brings the Sanderson sisters back for more Halloween hijinks and manages to channel the fun of the original film nearly 30 years later. → Read More

Andor review: Rogue One prequel is slow-burn Star Wars

Star Wars prequel series Andor tells a compelling, gritty story of life under Imperial rule and wartime espionage that feels distinct within the sci-fi saga. → Read More

Confess, Fletch director on Jon Hamm and screwing with jerks

Confess, Fletch director Greg Mottola discusses recasting Fletch, how Jon Hamm and Chevy Chase differ, and the joy of messing with terrible people. → Read More

Confess, Fletch review: Jon Hamm charms in crime comedy reboot

Confess, Fletch puts Jon Hamm in investigative reporter I.M Fletcher's Lakers cap for a satisfying reboot of the crime comedy franchise. → Read More

Clerks III review, or how Kevin Smith made me cry

Clerks III isn't just the final chapter of Kevin Smith's trilogy. It delivers a surprisingly powerful look at how much we've all changed since 1994. → Read More