You can get the historic Wrestlemania 30 this week along with critically acclaimed Her, incredibly dumb I Frankenstein, all the Fast & Furious movies and much more.
As we transition from Summer blockbusters to Winter Oscar contenders, the fall is a weird limbo of not quite either but later this month there looks like some solid thrillers from Liam Neeson and Denzel Washington, Kevin Smith’s latest and more.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about tons of new trailers, including a bunch of upcoming horror movies, pay respect to Sir Richard Attenborough, classic light gun shooters, recent Spider-Man wackiness, Emmy winners, good and bad Robert Rodriguez projects 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.
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.
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.
Pierce Brosnan makes his welcome return to espionage action in the solid thriller, The November Man, as he takes on his former protege, Luke Bracey, and tries to unravel a conspiracy involving the front runner for the Russian presidency.
With Martin Scorsese behind the camera and an unknown Wesley Snipes opposite him, Michael Jackson’s Bad was another smash hit, and epic length music video.
Suffering from Partially Deceased Syndrome, former zombie Kieren Walker tries to go back to living a normal life in his small town in England on the BBC’s refreshing zombie show, In the Flesh, which starts it’s second season on BBC America this Saturday.