Outside of Mark Mancina’s memorable and propulsive score for 1994’s Speed, the other music tie-ins are not well known at best and forgotten at worst, like a title track off the soundtrack album from none other than Billy Idol.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe talk new GI Joe movies, Eddie Murphy becoming Rudy Ray Moore, interactive movies, the insanity of Hobbs & Shaw, The Boys, Legion, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark and more.
Summer is winding down but there’s still plenty to play on your PC or console of choice. Check out what we got to play in August for the latest Gamebox 2.0, like the 90s throwback shooter Ion Fury, horror puzzle game Silver Chains, retro brawler Zeus Begins and more.
Another jam-packed weekend at the box office as 5 wildly different movies open up; The Angry Birds Movie 2, 47 Meters Down: Uncaged, Good Boys, Blinded by the Light and Where’d You Go, Bernadette.
Based on the highly popular 90s toyline which featured awesome mini-playsets, Mighty Max followed the titular pre-teen hero as he came into possession of a powerful artifact that took the form of a red baseball cap that lets him travel across time and space. Teaming with his allies Virgil and Norman, Max has to battle the evil forces of Skullmaster, who wants the cap for his own evil purposes.
A US Marshal in 1879, Sam Chisholm takes a job to free the town of Rose Creek from the grip of evil gold-mining baron Bartholomew Bogue and recruits six other gunslingers to join him in the fight.
The biggest movie of all time is out on Blu-Ray this week with Avengers: Endgame along with a bunch of TV seasons as we get closer to the start of the fall TV season.
Guillermo Del Toro and Andre Ovredal bring Alvin Schwartz’s stories and Stephen Gammell’s disturbing artwork to life in the new horror movie Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.
Eddie Murphy becomes the legendary Blaxploitation star Rudy Ray Moore as he tries to get the first Dolemite movie made back in 1975 in the upcoming Netflix movie, Dolemite is My Name.
Although she’s been a major player in the DC Universe Justice League animated movies, Wonder Woman hasn’t had a solo animated film since 2009 but that will change in October as Rosario Dawson is back to voice Diana in the new Wonder Woman: Bloodlines.