Halle Berry stars as astronaut Molly Woods, who completes a 13 month solo mission on a space station but, somehow, arrives home pregnant in this summer’s CBS show, Extant.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe pay tribute to Robin Williams, talk more Charles Bronson, the ridiculously high stakes of Cloak & Dagger, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Inhumans, the bad assness of Aquaman and much more.
With Guardians of the Galaxy’s recent release, there are now 10 movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which makes it the perfect time to put them into a definitive (until next Summer) list.
With the new movie coming out this week, Zach, Chris and regular commentator, Chris Ali, decided to watch something TMNT related that would make the new one seem amazing by comparison, the entire Coming Out of Their Shells concert, filmed at Radio City Music Hall.
Matthew McConaughey pilots possibly the most important mission in human history as he and a team of astronauts set out through a wormhole to try and find a new homeworld for humanity, as Earth is on the brink of collapsing due to overpopulation and lack of resources.
August is jam packed with action from the like of Guardians of the Galaxy, Sin City and, of course, Expendables 3 but there’s also tons of counter-programming as well.
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.
Season 5 of The Walking Dead debuts this October on AMC as Rick and Co. try to survive the not-so safe haven of Terminus and continue the quest to get zombie expert Eugene to DC so he can possibly find a cure and end the apocalypse.
Marv, Nancy, Johnny and Dwight are all gunning for the corrupt Senator Roark in the upcoming sequel, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.
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.
Kham’s beloved elephant Khom is taken not once but two separate times and he must use his killer muay thai skills to get him back from gangsters, poachers and arms dealers.
Amazing Spider-Man 2 is out this week but it doesn’t have Combat Carl in it, so Toy Story of Terror is our Pick of the Week this week.
Big, bad and back again. Brian and Zach review the third installment of Sly Stallone’s “Expendables” series as they take on former member turned war criminal, Conrad Stonebanks (Mel Gibson).
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe pay respects to Bob Hoskins, the dropping of the Star Wars Expanded Universe and the Episode VII cast, Fargo: The Series, fun parkour action in Brick Mansions, Rambo, Justice League and much more.
Our typical convention scene usually covers all things comic, horror and gaming. But this time we were invited to see what the other end of the convention spectrum looks like. Games For Change is all about games that improve lives and advocates for social change.