This week on the podcast, Zach and Chris talk about some huge trailers that came out over the last week or so, including Wonder Woman 1984, Black Widow and No Time to Die, the return of another classic Resident Evil game, a middling new Dolph Lundgren movie, Crisis on Infinite Earths and more.
After the release of Jumanji in 1995, UPN developed an animated series based on the movie for their UPN Kids block of programming starting in 1996 as Peter and Judy Shepherd entered the world of Jumanji to join Alan Parrish on various adventures and figure out a way to get Alan out of the game and back into the real world.
One of a few survivors of a paratrooper squad sent into France before D-Day to destroy a radio tower in a German-occupied town, Edward Boyce and his squad mates uncover a secret lab that is conducting horrific experiments.
When a young girl with a gigantic cache of stolen drugs takes refuge at his VFW bar, Fred (Stephen Lang) and his buddies decide to dust off their old war skills to defend the girl and the bar from a vicious drug dealer and his goons.
Dolph Lundgren stars as Interpol agent Michael Anderson, who has to keep his wife and daughter safe when a mercenary named Goro takes the attendees of a gala at an Italian villa hostage in an attempt to locate and steal a cache of valuable gold coins hidden on the premises.
Some of the bigger late summer and fall releases are out this week on DVD and Blu-Ray including IT Chapter Two, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and Hustlers, TV like Family Guy and Suits, possible future bad movie legend The Fanatic and more.
Egon’s grandchildren discover the old equipment he left behind when they move into an inherited farmhouse in Ohio with their mother in the next summer’s Ghostbusters sequel, Ghostbusters: Afterlife.