Jason Reitman’s latest movie is departure from his usual dramedies with a mix of romance and thriller in Labor Day, where escaped convict Josh Brolin takes a single mother (Kate Winslet) and her son hostage in their home over Labor Day weekend.
The King of the Monsters makes his long awaited return next Summer with Monsters director Gareth Edwards behind the camera as science causes a new wave of monsters to be unleashed, culminating in the awakening of Godzilla.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe pay their respects to Paul Walker, try to figure out why so many historical action epics are coming next year, the new Wonder Woman, classic Disney movies and Christmas specials, the horrifying imagery of Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark and much more.
Spider-Man faces off against three of his deadliest foes in the upcoming sequel to The Amazing Spider-Man as Oscorp continues it’s dangerous experiments with Harry Osborn at the helm.
After the death of Leonidas and his Spartans, Greece must unite against the hordes of Xerxes or be conquered, especially when he unleashes his ruthless naval commander, Artemisia.
As usual, there is an insane amount of movies coming out right before or right on Christmas this year but the whole month is full with movies like The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, Anchorman 2, American Hustle, The Wolf of Wall Street and more.
Zach, Chris and Joe join the Wolverines against the invading forces of North Korea for a commentary of the remake of Red Dawn. Insert Thor joke here.
Arnold leads a team of DEA bad asses in the upcoming action movie, Sabotage. After a massive bust, the cash from it goes missing and Arnold and his team are in the cartel’s crosshairs.
If this new trailer for the LEGO movie doesn’t fill you with nerdy joy and anticipation, you are dead to us.
In the near future, the X-Men are on the verge of being wiped out and their fate depends on Wolverine traveling back in time to convince the younger Charles Xavier and Magneto to work together to stop Bolivar Trask and his mutant hunting Sentinels.
Captain America is back and leading a SHIELD team that includes Black Widow and Falcon two years after the Battle of New York. They find themselves facing off against new enemy The Winter Soldier and possibly even SHIELD itself in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, coming next Spring.
One of our all time favorite movies is the latest to get a reboot as Joel Kinnaman, of The Killing, steps into the cyborg shoes of Alex Murphy in next year’s Robocop.
Tom Cruise relives the same futuristic battle over and over in next summer’s sci fi action movie, Edge of Tomorrow.
Nicolas Cage is back next year with Tokarev, where he’s a former criminal who gets his old crew back together for revenge when Cage’s daughter is murdered by the Russian mob.
After finding out he’s a clone, Lincoln Six Echo escapes his facility with his friend, Jordan Two Delta, and goes on the run from mercenaries sent by the evil Dr. Merrick.
What could be scarier this Halloween than watching the “worst movie ever made”, Plan 9 from Outer Space.
One of the first big games for the PS3, Heavenly Sword loses the gameplay as it’s becoming a movie courtesy of Sony and Blockade Entertainment. Anna Torv, of Fringe, stars as warrior Nariko, who uses the titular sword to try and take down the evil King Bohan and his armies.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the big Marvel trailer debuts of Captain America: The Winter Soldier and X-Men: Days of Future Past, Doug Bradley’s dedication to Hellraiser, latter day Simpsons, found footage horror, the awfulness of The Counselor and much more.