The first part of the final chapter of The Hunger Games arrives this November as Katniss finds the rebellion and joins the battle against President Snow and the Capitol.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and special guest host Alex from The Retro Ave talk about Nicolas Cage, zombies, Harley Quinn’s training regime, John Carter, Static Shock, Brad Pitt’s latest foray into World War II and much more.
The trailer we were supposed to see in a week has been dropped today. After the international trailer was leaked, Marvel saw fit to drop the trailer on it’s official YouTube channel.
The first trailer for the incredibly mysterious Tomorrowland debuted at this weekend’s NYCC but it doesn’t do much to explain what is going on with George Clooney and the mysterious other dimension/secret world of Tomorrowland.
For Chris’ birthday, he, Joe, Chris Ali, Asa and Ryan watched the fourth and final entry in the 3 Ninjas series, High Noon at Mega Mountain, starring Hulk Hogan, Loni Anderson and Jim Varney.
Liam Neeson returns as former CIA “preventer”, Bryan Mills, who is now on the run after being framed for the murder of his wife, Lenore (Famke Janssen).
October has some of the first potential award contenders, like David Fincher’s Gone Girl, along with the usual horror offerings, like Annabelle.
Fox brought joy to nerds everywhere last week when they announced that a Deadpool movie is coming in 2016 but here are five things they hopefully keep in mind for Wade’s big debut.
The final chapter of Peter Jackson’s Hobbit trilogy arrives this December as Bilbo and the dwarf company must protect the newly reclaimed Erebor from Smaug and an ever-growing Orc army.
Tom Hardy takes over for Mel Gibson as Max in the upcoming fourth entry in the Mad Max series, Mad Max: Fury Road.
Harry and Lloyd are back after 20 years and a terrible prequel movie with Dumb and Dumber To, as the two best friends set out to find Harry’s long lost daughter.
More movies becoming TV shows including Hitch, Archie is coming to Fox, The Conjuring 2 delayed, a major Batman character cast on Gotham and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
What seems like possibly the best action movie of the year is here with John Wick along with possibly the worst horror movie, Ouija.
Before the Lambert family was haunted by the forces of The Further, Dermot Mulroney and his daughter suffered similar events in their apartment and paranormal investigator Elise Rainer (Lin Shaye) and her team are called in to help in the third chapter of the Insidious series.
With Sly Stallone directing and Frank Stallone writing the music, Staying Alive is the insane sequel to Saturday Night Fever where Travolta’s Tony Manero attempts to get a role in the demonic Broadway musical, Satan’s Alley. The title track of the movie and the musical is Far From Over and it will not leave your brain once you listen to it.