Coming to Hulu next month from Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, Future Man stars Josh Hutcherson as a lowly janitor/gamer who is recruited by soldiers from the future because of his video game prowess to help them save humanity.
Terrorizing Derry, ME for centuries, Pennywise aka IT can take any form, especially what it’s victim most fears, and emerges every 27 years to feed on the children of the town.
On Friday the 13th, McG brings horror/comedy to Netflix with The Babysitter, where Cole (Judah Lewis) discovers that his hot babysitter Bee (Samara Weaving) and her popular friends are killing people in his house and looking to sacrifice him next.
Chucky is back on DVD, Blu-Ray (and Netflix) this week and there’s also the prior seasons of iZombie, House of Cards, Vikings, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales and more.
October has a bunch of the expected horror movies, including the return of Jigsaw, along with a bunch of dramas based on true events and blockbusters like Blade Runner 2049.
The top three were insanely close (and things could still change) but IT reclaimed the top spot at the box office as Kingsman fell to third against the new competition of Tom Cruise and American Made.
In the vein of Thriller, Huey Lewis and the News delivered a mini movie for the music video for their song “Doing It All for My Baby” that was an homage to the classic Universal Monsters like Dracual, Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein.
Chuck Norris and Lee Marvin lead a special ops rescue mission when Lebanese terrorists hijack a plane in the 1986 Cannon Films classic, The Delta Force, which you can watch in full right here.
Sony developing a new Men in Black, Hocus Pocus is getting remade for Disney Channel, IT Chapter Two gets a release date, Tom Cruise’s The Mummy is getting an actually awesome looking 16 bit style video game and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe dive into the Boz classic Stone Cold, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Red Dead Redemption 2, Lionsgate making it’s own NYC attraction, tons of Fall TV premieres, David S. Pumpkins and more.