The over the top insanity of Hobbs & Shaw is out this week on DVD and Blu-Ray along with Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, Season 2 of Castlevania, Season 1 of Good Omens and…Undercover Brother 2?
Wiping everything after Terminator 2 from existence, Terminator: Dark Fate brings back Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor, who joins in the fight to protect a young woman that is targetted by a deadly new Terminator model, the Rev-9.
Terminator: Dark Fate won the weekend box office but it was an extremely weak opening that could end up costing Paramount over $100 million in losses while Joker inches closer to $1 billion worldwide and Harriet performed well above expectations.
Dan Hartman had massive success with his contribution to the Streets of Fire soundtrack, “I Can Dream About You”, but unfortunately his contribution to the Fletch soundtrack in 1985, “Get Outta Town”, didn’t have the same success.
November kicks off with the return of Terminator (and Linda Hamilton) in Terminator: Dark Fate along with 3 other new releases.
Two big properties inspired by games arrive in December with The Witcher starring Henry Cavill hitting Netflix and the sequel Jumanji: The Next Level hitting theaters with The Rock, Jack Black, Kevin Hart, and Karen Gillan.
Celebrate Halloween by watching the Red Letter Media approved 2017 horror movie Wish Upon with Zach and Chris for the latest Everything Action Commentary.
Starring Rick Moranis, Gravedale High debuted in 1990 on NBC Saturday mornings and followed Moranis’ Max Schneider, the only human teacher at a school full of teenage monsters inspired by classic Universal Monsters and other iconic creatures.
An evil deity from Babylonian mythology, Bughuul gains his power from child sacrifice, forcing children to kill their families before he consumes their soul.
A bunch of favorites are on Blu-Ray/4K for the first time or in new editions this week including The Blob, The Wizard of Oz, Red Heat, Mr. Nice Guy, It’s a Wonderful Life and more.