September goes out with a pretty slow weekend at the box office with an apparently great comedy, a mediocre comedy and a horror movie that didn’t get shown to critics.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about a bunch of the new Fall premieres like Terra Nova, Boardwalk Empire, the NBC comedies, etc., the decline of Guy Pearce, ridiculous CSI cases, the curiously large flaws of the Adjustment Bureau agents and much more.
Jack McGee has been appearing in movies and TV since the mid ’80’s and specializes in playing sarcastic/slightly sleazy dads and buddies in movies like The Fighter and shows like Rescue Me.
Hawaii is apparently a hot bed of terrorism, kidnapping, drug dealing and other crime but fortunately Steve McGarrett and his 5-0 team is there to clean it up.
Area 51, released on DVD last week, is a collaboration between After Dark Films and SyFy channel and is probably the most competent SyFy original movie to date.
Highlights this week include the 50th anniversary of Ben Hur, the director’s cut of Mimic and our Pick of the Week, Transformers: Dark of the Moon.
Being the third Jason Statham out this year, Killer Elite begs the question, “Is there such a thing as too much Statham?”
Not even Brad Pitt could topple The Lion King, which is having a crazy successful re-release in theaters and was the top movie again this weekend.
Taking a break from ripping off movies like Species and Tremors, Sliders this week pays homage to the Joesph Conrad classic “Heart of Darkness” as the group finally catches up to the evil Col. Rickman
Nicolas Cage keeps the hits coming with the trailer for another of his upcoming movies, the vigilante thriller “Justice”, co-starring January Jones and Guy Pearce.