This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe dive deep into the questions and theories of Prometheus, bad ass historical figures, Mad Men, twin Jackie Chans, the death of Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes and much more.
Robert Zemeckis takes a break from making creepy CG movies to direct Denzel Washington in the thriller, Flight.
“No. I’m gonna own this curse… and I’m gonna use it against you. Whenever innocent blood is spilt, it’ll be my father’s blood… and you’ll find me there. A spirit of vengeance… fighting fire with fire”
Ridley Scott returns to sci-fi with Prometheus and also returns to the Alien universe to the tell a prequel about an alien species who might have created the human race and a science team setting out to discover a planet depicted in ancient carvings and writings.
Burn Notice is back this Thursday and Up to Speed is back to catch you up on everything you need to know about what Michael Westen was up to in Season 5 before you jump into Season 6.
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows finally arrives on DVD and Blu Ray this week and it’s our Pick of the Week.
The late Jerry Goldsmith is easily one of the greatest film composers of all time and has scored some of our favorite movies, like Rambo, Gremlins, Air Force One, Poltergeist, LA Confidential, Alien and much more.
The return of the Madagascar gang brought in slightly more money than the return of Ridley Scott to sci-fi over the weekend.
Dreams are realized, shattered and contemplated on the fifth season finale of “Mad Men”.
Tons of superhero news this week as well as some bizarre choices of subject for some action movies, casting news and a couple of celebrities passed away over the last week.