Denzel Washington is back in bad ass mode with a reboot of the 80’s action show, The Equalizer, but is it able to meet the high bar set by previous Denzel action movies?
Paul Thomas Anderson is lightening things up a bit for his latest movie, the 70’s mystery caper Inherent Vice, with Joaquin Phoenix starring as private eye Doc Sportello investigating a potential kidnapping/extortion plot.
Liam Neeson returns as former CIA “preventer”, Bryan Mills, who is now on the run after being framed for the murder of his wife, Lenore (Famke Janssen).
October has some of the first potential award contenders, like David Fincher’s Gone Girl, along with the usual horror offerings, like Annabelle.
Get the return of Jack Bauer this week either separately or with the rest of 24 along with Transformers: Age of Extinction, Leprechaun Origins and more this week on DVD and Blu Ray.
Laika’s latest bit of stop motion sorcery is the charming, British flavored Boxtrolls, where a young boy raised by the kind hearted titular creatures must rescue his adopted family from an evil exterminator.
No one, not even a legendary comic like Rodney Dangerfield, was immune to the novelty rap craze of the 80’s and early 90’s.
With Denzel firmly in bad ass mode, The Equalizer easily took the box office this past weekend with one of the highest ever September openings and a top 3 opening for Denzel and director Antoine Fuqua.
The first official confirmation for the next season of True Detective arrived this week along with a new Stephen King series coming to Hulu, Real Genius coming to TV, Taken 3 first look and much more in the News Shotgun.
September ends with a pair of opposites as violent action takes on family friendly stop motion.