Riding an insane amount of hype, the first major blockbuster of 2018 is here with the first of 3 huge MCU movies, Black Panther, as T’Challa returns home to Wakanda to take his rightful place as king.
The full length Kung Fury signs on two massive co-stars, Ryan Murphy signs a historic deal with Netflix, Five Nights at Freddy’s gets a director, Willy Wonka may be rebooted yet again and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk the incredible boredom of Geostorm, the insanity of Ryan Murphy shows, the new season of Channel Zero, the insane casting for the Kung Fury movie, Incredibles 2, scientist Rock and much more.
The first mega blockbuster of 2018 is here with Black Panther while two other new releases attempt some weak counter-programming.
A final challenge by it’s creator sends corporate and regular Easter Egg hunters into battle in the virtual universe of the OASIS in Steven Spielberg’s upcoming adaptation of Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One
A down and out Johnny Lawrence reopens the Cobra Kai dojo and begins teaching the same brutal techniques a former sensei John Kreese in the upcoming Youtube Red sequel series that takes place 30 years after the original Karate Kid.
After almost 15 years, Pixar’s superheroic family is finally back for The Incredibles 2 as Elastigirl gets a new gig from a business tycoon looking to push superheroes back into the spotlight, leaving Mr. Incredible on dad duty caring for Jack-Jack and his ever increasing (and unpredictable) powers.
Trying to stop a crew of hijackers who killed his brother, US Marshal Pete Nessip has to learn how to skydive in order to foil their plan to drop into DEA headquarters and steal a list of undercover operatives to sell to the highest bidder.
The Rock’s first new movie of 2018 is an adaptation of the Midway arcade classic Rampage, where giant mutated monsters cause havoc across the world.
Night of the Living Dead and Silence of the Lambs take their rightful place in the Criterion Collection this week along with the returns of Pinhead and Hey Arnold, TV like HBO’s The Deuce and more.