2019 closes out with the “final” chapter of the Star Wars Saga with Rise of Skywalker, the return of the Jumanji crew in The Next Level, the nightmare of Cats, the remake of Black Christmas and more in December.
To celebrate the launch of Disney+, Zach and Chris watched the Kurt Rusell starring 1969 comedy The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes, where a freak lightning accident turns college student Dexter Riley’s brain into a literal computer.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Chris talk about possibly the ultimate Nicolas Cage movie, the long-delayed Robocop Returns, a possible sequel for Joker, Sin City as a TV series, Ford vs Ferrari, the live-action reboot of Lady and The Tramp and more.
December kicks off with true-life legal drama Dark Waters and the first theatrical movie ever from the venerable Playmobil brand of toys.
When two benevolent aliens arrive and gift humanity with the invention known as the hyperdrive, mankind spreads to planets across the universe and the Galaxy Rangers are established to maintain law and order in these new colonies beyond Earth.
The live-action Disney remakes continue next year with a new take on Mulan, with Yifei Liu in the starring role and Donnie Yen, Jason Scott Lee, Gong Li and Jet Li co-starring.
Based on the true story, Willem Dafoe stars as sled dog driver Leonhard Seppala, who, along with his lead sled dog Togo, took part in the grueling 700-mile race to try and collect and deliver a cure for a diphtheria outbreak that devastated Alaskan communities in 1925.
Daniel Craig uses his License to Kill one last time for next April’s No Time To Die, as James Bond gets put on the trail of a dangerous new villain (played by Rami Malek), who has deadly new technology that threatens the world.
Hyrkania falls under Zamora’s control, but Sonja continues her war against the brutal conqueror. Dragan used every resource his army could throw at Sonja, but nothing seemed to make Sonja yield. Even after removing Sonja from the Hyrkanian throne, Dragan is not satisfied until Sonja is dead. However, just when Dragan thinks he has prey […]
We recently headed out to The Oncenter in Syracuse, NY for the seventh annual RetroGameCon. Taking over the entire convention center, RetroGameCon was bigger and better than ever, with tons of vendors to haggle with over games, toys and other nerd swag, various panels to attend, arcade and console games to play, bands to rock […]
Fresh out of prison, trucker Jack Crews is forced to take a job driving a truck from Atlanta to New Jersey but finds the load is full of illegal weapons that are the target of the both the FBI and a crew of hijackers.
The complete series of Game of Thrones is out this week along with Ready or Not, Arrow Video versions of Big Trouble in Little China and Waterworld, the 19th season of The Simpsons and more on DVD and Blu-Ray.
October brings in the fall weather, the change of leaves, and the crowds for a convention. This past fall, we came to New York Comic to check out four full days of nerdy activities. Running its fourteenth year, NYCC has become a staple of must-see conventions to visit annually. There are lots of comic creators, […]