The Rock literally takes on the Earth itself as he fights his way through earthquake ravaged Los Angeles and San Fransisco to rescue his wife and daughter in the new disaster movie, San Andreas.
Brad Bird gave up Star Wars to work on Tomorrowland, his passion project about a return to an optimistic future, but was that a wise decision?
George Miller brings his Mad Max series back with a masterpiece of brutally insane action as Tom Hardy takes over for Mel Gibson in Mad Max: Fury Road.
Go into battle with Stan Lee in the fun new mobile game from F84 Games, which Chris got to check out at Atlantic City Boardwalk Con.
Despite being delayed because of the tragic passing of Paul Walker, Furious 7 was worth the wait as the addition of Jason Statham takes the action to new levels of awesome insanity.
Chris gives his thoughts on the recent indie horror darling, It Follows, which went into wide release this past weekend.
Sean Penn bulked up and threw his hat into the action ring currently dominated by Liam Neeson and, while it’s a decent attempt, The Gunman is just an average action movie.
Liam Neeson is back for Run All Night, where he is forced to kill the son of his mob boss/best friend (Ed Harris) in order to protect his own son (Joel Kinnaman).
A girl is the latest victim of a curse that leaves an unknown force stalking her unless she finds a way to pass it someone else in the new horror movie, It Follows.
Using a police robot bound for destruction, an engineer (Dev Patel) tests out his experimental AI on it and creates Chappie (Sharlto Copley), a fully sentient robot, but both fall into the hands of the gangster Ninja, who wants Chappie as a weapon to pull of a massive heist.