The Tick is back after it’s pilot debuted last year on Amazon Video as Peter Serafinowicz takes over as the virtually indestructible, possibly insane, superhero.
For the latest Everything Action Reviewcast, Zach, Chris and Joe dive into Spider-Man’s first starring turn in the MCU, Spider-Man: Homecoming (SPOILER WARNING!).
Going rogue from the CIA to protect a potentially world changing battery, Roy Miller globe trots to avoid the actually corrupt CIA agents and gangsters on his trail with unwitting mechanic June Havens in tow.
Take home the family with the 8th Fast and Furious movie, The Fate of the Furious, along with the new Smurfs, The Lost City of Z, SyFy’s The Magicians and more this week on DVD and Blu-Ray.
In case you haven’t checked out the last month’s video about Dave’s experience about TooManyGames 2017, here’s a quick video about Dave’s favorite memories and pick ups.
Spider-Man: Homecoming had a gigantic opening weekend, with the 2nd best opening for a Spider-Man movie and the seventh best opening for the MCU at $117 million.
Coming from the forgotten action/comedy Gotcha! in 1985, British singer Thereza Bazar sang the movie’s theme song, also called Gotcha!, which played up the movie’s espionage themes in it’s official music video.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss the final two Death Wish movies, True Detective, Cannon Films, the new Power Rangers, Comcast’s terrible On Demand editing and much more.
After his fantastic debut in Civil War, Tom Holland is back and starring as Peter Parker in Spider-Man: Homecoming, which finds the friendly neighborhood wallcrawler trying to prove himself to Tony Stark while balancing high school and tracking down a crew of arms dealers led by the vicious Adrian Toomes aka The Vulture.
Werewolf crime fighter Lou Garou is back to stop an evil businessman from destroying his hometown when he’s not chugging beers and stuffing his face with donuts in the sequel to 2014’s WolfCop, Another WolfCop.