The in-stadium band for the Milwaukee Beers in 1998’s BASEketball, ska band Reel Big Fish provided a number of songs in the movie, including a cover version of A-ha’s classic “Take on Me”.
The Predator arrives in theaters this weekend alongside a Paul Feig directed thriller, the sequel to Unbroken and a “based on a true story” drug/crime story starring Matthew McConaughey.
To get into the retro gaming mindset of AVGC this coming weekend, we watched the first episode of The Super Mario Bros. Super Show from 1989 with Captain Lou Albano as Mario and Danny Wells as Luigi in both live action and animated forms.
The Coen Brothers are back in the Western genre to spin six tales of outlaws, drifters, prospectors and more in the anthology movie The Ballad of Buster Scurggs, hitting Netflix in November.
John Carpenter’s classic Stephen King adaptation Christine is out in 4K this week along with Ocean’s 8, a new culinary Scooby-Doo adventure, more TV like Chicago PD and Scorpion and more.
The Nun not only crushed every other entry in The Conjuring franchise as far as opening weekends, it also had the second highest September and R rated horror opening of all time, behind IT Chapter One.
Despite an appearance by Anthony Kiedis in 1991’s Point Break, the Red Hot Chili Peppers did not appear on the movie’s soundtrack but 80’s hair metal band Ratt did with the movie’s end credits song, “Nobody Rides for Free”.
September kicks off with Jennifer Garner back in action in a revenge thriller, the latest chapter in The Conjuring Universe and a faith-based drama, all of which are Rotten according to the critics.
40 years after the original Halloween, Michael Myers escapes from custody and returns home to face off against Laurie Strode one final time in David Gordon Green’s reboot/sequel Halloween.
With the fall TV season right around the corner, there are tons of TV seasons out this week including Timeless, The Goldbergs and Silicon Valley along with critical darling movies like Hereditary and Won’t You Be My Neighbor?