Even though it’s still going pretty strong in theaters, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is now also out on DVD/Blu-Ray, a Shout! Factory edition of The Burbs, Archer: Dreamland and few more things this week.
A group of friends have maintained an annual game of Tag that consists of a month of over the top scheming and shenanigans but the group decides they have to team up and get the one member who has never been “It” for the latest game.
Square Enix and WB team up to bring back Lara Croft to the big screen in an adaptation of the phenomenal reboot game from 2013 as Lara travels to a remote island in the Pacific to try and find out what happened to her father, who disappeared seven years earlier.
Black Panther remained on top of the box office for the fifth weekend in a row, fending off the new releases led by the new Tomb Raider.
Although Ghostbusters II obviously still featured the original Ray Parker Jr version of “Ghostbusters”, Run DMC provided an update with their own take on the theme song, complete with a music video that had cameos from most of the cast.
DC is developing a New Gods movie with Ava DuVernay, Danny Boyle is directing Bond 25, the Twins sequel may shoot this year, Spike Lee in talks to direct Spider-Man spin-off based on Nightwatch, Shout! Factory gets the rights to 270 Roger Corman movies and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about The Outlaw Johnny Black, a new Tomb Raider game, what the hell is happening at WB/DC, the final Daniel Craig Bond movie, Nightwatch, Channel Zero, The Foreigner, Netflix horror sensation Veronica and much more.
All the heroes of the MCU come together to stop the evil intergalactic warlord Thanos from acquiring all the Infinity Stones, which would allow him to destroy and/or reshape the universe how he sees fit.
The new Tomb Raider arrives in theaters this weekend along with three other new releases, although only one of the four is rated Fresh by the critics.
The third season of SyFy’s Channel Zero wrapped up this week and Butcher’s Block was an insane, gory and disturbing return to form after the disappointing second season with Rutger Hauer starring as the patriarch of a supernatural family of cannibals.