SyFy’s disturbing and creepy Creepypasta series Channel Zero is back in September for it’s next season, adapting No-End House by Brian Russell.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the bizarrely awesome looking sequel to Skyline, the crazy deal of MoviePass, James Bonds past and present, the premiere of Ducktales, Seagal vs black magic, the Friday trilogy and much more.
Steven Soderbergh is back with the redneck heist movie Logan Lucky while Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson team up for The Hitman’s Bodyguard at theaters this weekend.
Probably no one expected a sequel to 2010’s Skyline, let alone one with Frank Grillo and Iko Uwais, but that’s exactly what we are getting soon with Beyond Skyline, where those two bad asses fight back against the invading aliens who are abducting massive amounts of people, including Grillo’s son.
After years of making historical Chinese epics, John Woo is back in the action/drama genre that made him famous with Manhunt, where a wrongfully accused prosecutor goes on a slow motion, dove filled run to escape a detective in pursuit.
The second Sonic cartoon from DiC, Sonic the Hedgehog took things a little more seriously than the Tex Avery inspired Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog and pitted Sonic (Jaleel White) and a band of freedom fighters up against Dr. Robotnik (Jim Cummings) and his robotic army.
Neil Gamby (Danny McBride) returns to North Jackson High and sets out to find and get revenge on the mysterious assassin who shot him in the second, and final, season of HBO’s incredible comedy series Vice Principals.
Toho delivers it’s first ever animated Godzilla movie with Godzilla: Monster Planet, set in the far off future where Godzilla and other Kaiju have taken over the Earth and a group of human survivors return from space to take back the planet and get revenge.
Sent into the British wilderness on a supposed training exercise, Pvt. Cooper and his squad come under attack from werewolves and have to try and survive until dawn.
Based on a true story, Jessica Chastain plays Molly Bloom, who ran some of the most high stakes, illegal poker games ever until she was arrested by the FBI, in the directorial debut of Aaron Sorkin, Molly’s Game.