June closes out with a pair of movies getting very mixed reviews for very different reasons, Ted 2 and Max.
The third entry in the Expendables series is recently arrived on Netflix and the Everything Action crew completes their trilogy of commentaries at the end of the month.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about what could potentially be the greatest DC animated movie of all time, the mysteries of Wayward Pines, the insanity of Sharknado 3, Michael Bay’s take on Benghazi, Shadow of the Vampire and much more.
Zach, Chris, Joe and special guest Chris Ali celebrate the summer by watching the 1963 classic beach movie, Beach Party, for the latest commentary.
James Bond is back on a personal mission to uncover the secrets of the mysterious Spectre organization, who seem to have deep ties to his family and it’s mysterious leader (Christoph Waltz) may be behind everything that has happened to Bond.
With Superman’s arrival bringing in bigger and crazier threats, Amanda Waller (Viola Davis) assembles a team of supervillains to do the government’s dirty work with the Suicide Squad, coming next August.
Seeing the destruction caused by Superman firsthand, Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) decides he must put the cowl back on and stop this new threat in next year’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Starz is bringing back the OG Deadite slayer, Ash Williams (Bruce Campbell) as the “Evil” has found him again after 30 years and so he needs to reload the boomstick and strap on the chainsaw to take on a new demonic horde in Ash vs Evil Dead, coming this Halloween.
Season 6 of The Walking Dead arrives in October, as sides form in Alexandria while the zombie hordes get even bigger and more aggressive.
The son of Apollo Creed, Adonis Johnson (Michael B. Jordan) seeks out his father’s best friend, and greatest foe, Rocky Balboa, to train him for a shot at the championship in the next chapter of the Rocky series, Creed.
Matt Damon needs to figure out how to survive alone on Mars in the first trailer for The Martian.
A brand new trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens is here and some old friends are back.
Another WWE legend passed away, the greatest Joker returns for potentially the greatest Joker movie, Wonder Woman starts shooting this fall and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
The Mission Impossible series continues to get better according to the critics, while the Vacation series seems like it should have stayed dormant.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe pay respects to the late James Horner, check out a bunch of trailers including the final entry in the Paranormal Activity series, DC cinematic universe rumors, HBO’s new lineup, the end of Hannibal, Ray Donovan, the new Spider-Man and much more.
Get ready to head back to Camp Firewood for the Netflix prequel series to Wet Hot American Summer.