For the latest Everything Action Reviewcast, Zach, Chris and Joe dive into the culmination of the DC Extended Universe so far, Justice League (SPOILER WARNING!)
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This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss the not great looking animation of Gotham by Gaslight, the incredible Deadpool 2 teaser trailer, TMNT in Injustice 2, the Hitman movies, comic book history, Lore, Virtuosity and much more.
Zach, Chris and Joe hop aboard the Horror Express for a spooky Halloween commentary where Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee fight a weird alien creature aboard a train heading back to Europe through the barren Russian countryside.
Liam Neeson’s morning commute is disrupted by a mysterious woman (Vera Farmiga), who forces him to uncover a particular passenger on the train before it reaches it’s final stop or bad things will happen in next year’s action thriller, The Commuter.
After over a year since we got a taste of the first episode, Jean Claude Van Johnson is finally arriving in December and Amazon has a new trailer showing more of JCVD’s secret life as an international black ops agent/action movie star.
After his debut in Captain America: Civil War, Black Panther is back in February as T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) returns to his throne in Wakanda but faces threats from outside and within looking to overthrow him and steal Wakanda’s incredible technology and resources.
Rey seeks out the long lost Luke Skywalker to train her in the ways of The Force while the rest of The Resistance tries to weather the brutal assault of Kylo Ren and the First Order in the next chapter of the Star Wars Saga, The Last Jedi.
A new generation of Jaegers pilots battle Kaiju and other threats in the upcoming sequel to Pacific Rim, Pacific Rim: Uprising.
Ernest Cline’s love letter to the 80’s is being adapted by Steven Spielberg with Ready Player One, where a massive Easter Egg hunt kicks off in the virtual world of OASIS in the near future, with the first person to find all three eggs inheriting the entire company of the man who designed it.
A trio of down on their luck mercenaries (Tiger Chen, Iko Uwais, Tony Jaa) find themselves protecting a billionaire’s daughter from deadly assassins in the awesome looking upcoming action movie Triple Threat.
The latest from Pixar, Coco, arrives to close out November over the holiday weekend while Denzel Washington stars in a new legal thriller.
A former cop incarcerated for murder, Parker Barnes is reinstated to catch SID 6.7, a deadly AI creation that has escaped into the real world.
Meet Dennis Zimmann, a good natured computer programmer who loves playing card games and taking care of his family. He has a best friend that’s always there for him and a co-worker that looks out for him. He can’t seem to get far up into his career and is being bullied by upper management. His […]
A strange mix of things released for this holiday week including Luc Besson’s visually insane Valerian, old school buddy action with The Hitman’s Bodyguard, the latest skull cracking Scott Adkins movie and more.
In the aftermath of a devastating explosion at the super hero headquarters of the Patriots, the members of S.A.V.E leave to to search for survivors and leave Sam, Violet and Mike in the care of Jumper and Titan at S.A.V.E base. Meanwhile, the super villain group known as “The Chosen”, a ruthless group lead by Gee, have […]
Justice League finally arrived this weekend but had the lowest opening so far for the DC Extended Universe domestically while true story Wonder performed much better than expected and got rave reviews from both critics and audiences.
The Justice League is finally assembled for the DCEU’s answer to MCU’s The Avengers as Batman and Wonder Woman assemble a team to take on the invading army of Steppenwolf, who is looking to transform the Earth into an apocalyptic wasteland.
In between takes of 1995’s Virtuosity, Russell Crowe used the movie’s locations and sets to film a music video for his band Thirty Odd Foot of Grunts, “The Photograph Kills”.