The last day for new comics in 2013 brings a new Twilight Zone comic and the latest from Guardians of the Galaxy, Superman and Wolverine.
Working at a movie theater and frequently hitting up Redbox allowed Zach to see almost 70 movies this year, so getting that down to 10 was a little bit of a challenge.
Martin, the only survivor of the first Dead Snow, wakes up in the hospital with a zombie arm attached to replace the arm he chainsawed off and the Nazi Zombies still on the loose.
January is usually a slow month but there’s a couple big movies expanding, like Her and Lone Survivor, and things like Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit coming out as well.
Coming off the Above the Rim soundtrack, one of the smoothest, funkiest and most bad ass rap songs ever is Warren G’s “Regulate”, featuring Nate Dogg.
None of the Christmas Day releases were able to unseat The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, which stayed at number one for the 3rd week in a row. In fact, most of the Christmas released bombed horribly with only Wolf of Wall Street doing moderately well.
Check out the trailer for the ridiculously rad looking Kung Fury and then head over to Kickstarter and help them out to get the movie made.
Five new movies came out on Christmas Day this year and most of them seem to just be OK, according the critics.
The Everything Action crew gathers for a special Christmas commentary with the 1998 JTT “classic”, I’ll Be Home for Christmas, where JTT has to make his way across the country in a Santa suit in order to get a Porsche bribe from his father to be with his family for Christmas.
Two of the biggest comic strips have two of the most famous Christmas specials, both of which you can watch right here.