After breaking out on the second season of Daredevil, Frank finally returns sometime before the end of the year on Netflix as, trying to get revenge for the murdering of his family, he uncovers a conspiracy involving the CIA and a PMC called Anvil that makes him a target of basically every government agency and the NYPD.
This week on the podcast, Zach goes solo as Chris and Joe are busy and talks about the latest Star Wars drama, classic 90’s cartoons, the new IT, The Orville, South Park, The Room and more.
Among the many things that happen in September, one of the big ones is the start of football season and, inspired by that, we’re watching the debut movie of arguably the greatest football player turned action star, Brian Bosworth, with 1991’s Stone Cold.
For the latest Everything Action Commentary, Zach, Chris and Chris Ali put their fate in the hands of random chance and ended up watching 1993’s American Samurai.
Summer is over for 2017 but September still has some potentially big and hopefully fun blockbusters like Kingsman: The Golden Circle, IT, Lego Ninjago and more.
After being MIA since Age of Ultron, Thor and Hulk are back and have to team up for an intergalactic mission to stop Hela, the Norse goddess of death, from destroying Asgard and unleashing Ragnorak aka the end of the world.
Steppenwolf arrives on Earth with an army of parademons and designs to conquer the planet, forcing Batman and Wonder Woman to recruit a team of fellow heroes to defend the planet in this fall’s massive DCEU team-up, Justice League.
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.
A decade after the supposedly final game, someone is picking John Kramer’s work back up and subjecting a new group of victims to a series of insane traps in this October’s return of the Saw franchise.
After making a stellar debut in Captain America: Civil War, King T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) takes center stage in next year’s Black Panther movie, where he must defend his country of Wakanda from numerous threats both inside and out.
A new Blade Runner agent, K (Ryan Gosling), seeks out Deckard (Harrison Ford) when he uncovers a secret that could rock society in the upcoming sequel to Blade Runner, Blade Runner 2049.
Rey begins her training in the ways of the Force from Luke Skywalker while the battle between the First Order and the Resistance continues in this December’s next Star Wars chapter, The Last Jedi.
When a group of young Yakuza make a power play to try and take over the criminal underworld of Tokyo, the CIA calls in their resident Yakuza expert Travis Hunter to investigate and take them down.
Four high schoolers are sucked into the jungle adventure world of Jumanji in an updated video game version of the cursed board game in Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.
Lara Croft is back on the big screen next March in an adaptation of the excellent 2013 Square Enix reboot of the Tomb Raider franchise where Lara must find a lost tomb that contains an ancient power before the evil mercenary group Trinity does and uses it to take over the world.
The biggest movie of the summer, Wonder Woman arrives on DVD and Blu-Ray this week along with a bunch more TV like Arrow, Lethal Weapon and Timeless.
Based on the action thriller books by Vince Flynn, Dylan O’Brien plays Mitch Rapp, who is recruited into the CIA’s black ops unit Orion to train as an assassin and take out terrorist threats.
The Strain’s particular brand of vampire insanity wrapped up this past weekend and Zach gives his final analysis of this mixed bag of a show.
IT easily stayed on the top of the box office as it rises up the ranks of highest grossing films of 2017 while mainstream audiences outright rejected Darren Aronofsky’s latest, mother!, giving it a rare “F” on the Cinemascore audience survey.
After a small delay in catching up on September’s comic, I’ve finally made time to relax and read up on last week’s new comic book day releases. I’ve been hunting down back issues of American Gods while the TV version is preparing for its next season on Starz. I’m refreshing my Ninjak knowledge with his […]
The NeverEnding Story is one of the most beloved fantasy films of all time and something that may still be stuck in fans’ heads is the theme song for the first movie by Kajagoogoo lead singer Limahl when he was solo in the early 80’s.