This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about 60sness of Sean Connery Bond movies, the new Batman Telltale game, Matt Damon fighting on The Great Wall, Desmond Doss, Michael Crichton books, Dolph Lundgren in World War II, the evolution of South Park and much more.
August gets kicked off with two movies that were destroyed by critics, Suicide Squad and Nine Lives.
One of the most anticipated movies of the summer is here and Joe is here to give his spoiler free thoughts on the next step of the DC Cinematic Universe.
We’re revisiting a bunch of 90’s Saban shows this month for Auto Pilot and we are kicking things off with the big one, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
We’re teaming up with the crew of the upcoming A Video Game Con to watch one of the most insanely bad video game movies of all time, Mortal Kombat: Annihilation.
Called in as a liaison when a body is found during a high profile party at a Japanese corporation, detective Webster Smith has to navigate a conspiracy with the help of hid new partner John Connor, an expert on Japanese culture.
The previous TV seasons are starting to arrive as we are about a month or two from the fall TV premieres with Blindspot, The Blacklist and, our Pick of the Week, The Knick Season 2.
Summer 2016 closes out with possibly one of the biggest movies of the year, the highly anticipated Suicide Squad, along with the new Mechanic movie from Jason Statham, another rebooted Disney classic, a remake of a legendary Charlton Heston movie and more.
Matt Damon’s return to the Bourne franchise gave it it’s second highest opening of all time while Star Trek Beyond took a pretty big stumble and Bad Moms did OK compared to the other R rated comedies this year.
The soundtrack for this week’s Suicide Squad is almost as diverse as the team of supervillains featured in the movie with artists like Wiz Khalifa, Skrillex, twenty one pilots, Imagine Dragons, Avril Lavigne and Grace all contributing tracks.