This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about how and why WB would reboot The Matrix, the trailers for Baby Driver and Atomic Blonde, the latest hurdle to The Batman, the classic Disney NES/SNES games, Kong: Skull Island, the return of Samurai Jack and much more.
The late Bill Paxton starred and directed the 2002 horror thriller Frailty, which finds his character enlisting his two sons to help him slay what he says are demons, leading the FBI, including an agent played by Powers Boothe, to believe a serial killer is on the loose.
A crew of ghosts led by Captain Salazar (Javier Bardem) is looking for revenge on Jack Sparrow in the fifth entry in the Pirates of the Caribbean, Dead Men Tell No Tales.
Uncle Scrooge, Huey, Dewey and Lewey, Launchpad, Donald and Webby are back for more globe trotting, treasure hunting adventures in a new version of Ducktales hitting Disney XD this summer.
We finally get to meet Star-Lord’s father Ego (Kurt Russell) plus much more in the new trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
The crew of the Covenant are on the first long term colonization mission in human history but the planet they arrive on is full of old and new versions of the deadly Xenomorphs in the upcoming Alien: Covenant.
March seems more like a summer month than a spring one, at least as far as the box office, as huge movies like Logan, Kong: Skull Island and Beauty and the Beast are all coming out.
Zach, Chris and Chris Ali spun the wheel of fate and ended up watching the obscure 80’s action movie Commander aka “Italian Rambo” for this month’s Everything Action Commentary.
The Archer gang gets transformed into 1940’s noir versions of themselves in the upcoming 8th season of Archer, subtitled Dreamland, which hits in April on FXX.
Our first look at the new Blade Runner is here as Ryan Gosling’s new Blade Runner K sets out to find Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) 30 years after the events of the original film.
A mysterious high tech criminal (Charlize Theron) manages to do the impossible and seemingly turns Dom (Vin Diesel) against his family in next year’s eighth entry in the franchise, The Fate of the Furious.
After any chance at a peace between humans and apes was shattered in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Caesar (Andy Serkis) has to lead his troops in a war for the planet against humans led by the Colonel (Woody Harrelson)
After his scene stealing debut in Civil War, Tom Holland is back as Peter Parker/Spider-Man and facing off against the ruthless Adrian Toomes aka The Vulture (Michael Keaton) in next summer’s first MCU solo Spider-Man movie, Homecoming
The fifth entry in the Transformers franchise arrives next summer with a plot involving the Middle Ages, World War II and Optimus Prime returning from space ready to kill everyone.
Tom Cruise is part of a team that finds a mummified princess that comes back to life and wreaks havoc on the modern day in the first movie of Universal’s Monster Cinematic Universe.
When the outside world comes into contact with her island home, Amazon Diana (Gal Gadot) joins pilot Steve Trevor to fight in World War I and become Wonder Woman.
Our first look at the Justice League movie is here as Batman and Wonder Woman try to recruit a team to stop an intergalactic threat that is on it’s way to Earth.
As the world’s foremost (and maybe only) symbologist, Professor Robert Langdon has been called in multiple times to solve mysteries and stop international conspiracies with his knowledge of history and art.
Ewan McGregor stars as twin brothers alongside Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Scoot McNairy, Jim Gaffigan, David Thewlis, Carrie Coon and Michael Stuhlbarg in the upcoming third season of FX’s excellent Fargo.
Best friends Harold (Thomas Middleditch) and George (Kevin Hart) hypnotize their principal Mr. Krupp (Ed Helms) into becoming the superhero they created, Captain Underpants, in this summer’s adaptation of the beloved book series.
The Rock and Zac Efron butt heads in this summer’s reboot of the cheesy classic, Baywatch.
The original “make fun of bad movies” show is back in April with 14 new episodes of MST3K hitting Netflix with the new trio of Jonah Ray, Baron Vaughn and Hampton Yount being subjected to movies like Reptilicus.
The beloved anime/manga is being adapted by Netflix with You’re Next/Blair Witch director Adam Wingard at the helm as high schooler Light Turner comes into possession of the Death Note, a mysterious notebook that has the power to kill anyone whose name is written into it.
Antonio Banderas plays a reclusive screenwriter who helps out a drifter, played by Jonathan Rhys Meyers, but Banderas starts to suspect something is not right with him in the upcoming thriller Black Butterfly.
Jeff Garlin plays LAPD detective Gene Handsome, who’s trying to solve a gruesome murder in a ritzy area of LA in the upcoming Netflix murdery mystery comedy, Handsome, which was also directed and co-written by Garlin.
Beauty and the Beast shattered records with a stunning $170 million opening, the largest PG opening of all time and the seventh highest ever opening of all time.
Can’t Fight the Moonlight was not only a major plot point of 2000’s Coyote Ugly as one of the songs written by aspiring songwriter/Coyote Piper Perabo but the version by LeAnn Rimes also exists and she shows up at the bar at the end of the film to sing it.