Chris has a bunch of gaming and other ideas to give or receive this holiday season.
Joe’s got some picks for gifts this year that will improve your life with strong coffee, digital assistants and good brews.
Zach has some picks for giving or receiving this holiday season
The year closes out with the first stand alone Star Wars movie, Rogue One, the superstar team up of Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence, a jam packed Christmas comedy, the potential first good video game movie and more.
Arrival is apparently a must see according to the critics while Shut In was not shown to them at all and Almost Christmas is just another mediocre holiday comedy.
The blockbusters are back with Doctor Strange, Fantastic Beasts, Moana and Trolls hitting this month along with the directorial returns of Mel Gibson and Warren Beatty and more.
October 2016 is strangely lacking in horror movies, as only Ouija: Origin of Evil is coming out and instead there’s a bunch of action/thrillers, like The Accountant, Inferno, Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, The Girl on the Train and comedies like Keeping up with the Joneses and Boo! A Madea Halloween.
A bunch of “based on a true story” movies out this month like Snowden, Sully and Deepwater Horizon, the return of Blair Witch, a new Magnificent Seven and more.
Summer 2016 closes out with possibly one of the biggest movies of the year, the highly anticipated Suicide Squad, along with the new Mechanic movie from Jason Statham, another rebooted Disney classic, a remake of a legendary Charlton Heston movie and more.
The closest Ghostbusters director Ivan Reitman got to directing a third Ghostbusters is the underrated Evolution from 2001, which swapped out ghosts for aliens and tasked David Duchovny, Orlando Jones, Seann William Scott and Julianne Moore with the alien busting.