Netflix has released teasers for each of the six episodes for next year’s fourth season of Black Mirror, the incredible, technology focused sci-fi anthology series from Charlie Brooker.
Based on the novel by Richard Morgan, Altered Carbon is a cyberpunk mystery where society learned centuries ago how to transfer the mind into a new body, making death a thing of the past. An imprisoned soldier, Takeshi Kovacs, is released into a new body after hundreds of years “on ice” to solve the murder of a rich aristocrat.
Documentary master Errol Morris is back and teamed with Netflix for a 6 part series that looks into the mysterious death of Army scientist Frank Olson, whose family believe the circumstances of his death are being covered up by the CIA.
With no new wide releases this past weekend, the top half of the chart remained the same as a week ago but the real battle was in the lower half between a bunch of smaller movies in various form of limited release.
Directed by none other than Michael Bay, “I Love You” was the unsuccessful follow up to the juggernaut of Ice, Ice Baby, where Vanilla Ice completely shifted gears and tried to do a sincere, romantic slow jam with the terrible results you might expect.
First look at Robin in the upcoming Titans series, Netflix renews a bunch of shows and picks up the Sabrina series from the Riverdale team, Nintendo releasing Super Mario Cereal, Hellboy reboot gets a release date and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the first Avengers: Infinity War trailer, Szechuan sauce, Gary Busey, The Punisher, Crisis on Earth X, Killer Donuts, John Wick: The Comic and much more.
Batman find himself, The Joker, Catwoman, Harley Quinn and more transported back to Feudal Japan in the upcoming anime DC animated movie that features character designs from the legendary Takashi Okazaki, creator of Afro Samurai.
When their brother’s fiancee is kidnapped by a human trafficker, a trio of brothers work with a cop (played by Bruce Willis) to rescue her by any means necessary in next year’s Acts of Violence.
2017 closes out with Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, The Disaster Artist and more.