Legends of Tomorrow’s fourth season is out this week along with mid-summer movies like Shaft and Child’s Play, the Apocalyse season of American Horror Story, a remake of Jacob’s Ladder and more on DVD and Blu-Ray.
Hearing a strange call from the northern border of Arendelle, Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, and Olaf set off on a quest that could reveal the source of Elsa’s powers, but also open up the kingdom to a new threat.
Game of Thrones and HBO were the big winners at last night’s Emmy Awards but Netflix and Amazon had big nights as well, especially in the comedy categories.
Downton Abbey managed to hold off both Brad Pitt and Sly Stallone to take the spot at the box office and deliver Focus Features their biggest opening of all time.
Swedish pop duo Roxette was riding high on a string of late 80s hits and got another to start the next decade with 1990’s “It Must Have Been Love” from the Pretty Woman soundtrack.
NBC is officially launching the streaming service Peacock next April, Netflix buys the rights to Seinfeld, some Smallville alums are coming back for Crisis on Infinite Earths, The Fugitive is getting a remake, GLOW gets a final season and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Chris talk about the doomed 2019 Hellboy, the latest Stephen King adaptation from Netflix, NBC’s new streaming service, a possible Cobra TV series and much more.
We recently attended the fifth annual A Video Game Con in Parsippany, NJ, where we dug through bins of retro games and random junk, played some classic games and arcades and attended some of the many panels.
Rambo returns for Last Blood, Downton Abbey is back for a big-screen continuation of the series and Brad Pitt heads to space in Ad Astra for this weekend’s new releases.
After she learns that the plane crash that killed her family wasn’t an accident, Stephanie Patrick seeks revenge on the people responsible in next year’s thriller, The Rhythm Section.