Rob Zombie is back after four years away from the horror genre with 31, where a group of carnival workers in the 70’s are abducted and forced to participate in a game of survival where they have to last 12 hours in a maze like structure where they are being hunted by murderous clowns.
Bill Burr brings Netflix back to the 70’s with F is for Family, starring Burr as the patriarch of a slightly dysfunctional, very un-PC family.
The sweetest song dedicated to the leader of swarm of killer rats, Michael Jackson performed the theme song for Ben, which is the sequel to killer rat movie, Willard.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars as French high wire artist Philippe Petit in this dramatized version of his incredible 1974 walk between the towers of the World Trade Center.
Covered last season by Cherlene on Archer, Jerry Reed’s song Eastbound and Down is the perfect complement to the Burt Reynolds classic, Smokey and the Bandit.
Mark Wahlberg is an English professor who moonlights as a high stakes gambler in Rupert Wyatt’s upcoming remake of the 1974 movie of the same name.
Paul Thomas Anderson is lightening things up a bit for his latest movie, the 70’s mystery caper Inherent Vice, with Joaquin Phoenix starring as private eye Doc Sportello investigating a potential kidnapping/extortion plot.
Jean Dujardin plays a 70’s police magistrate who works for six years to take down a massive crime operation called La French in the upcoming crime drama, The Connection.
Dan Stevens of Downton Abbey stars in this upcoming thriller from the team behind You’re Next as a recently returned vet who visits the family of one of his friend’s who was killed but the visit is it not all it seems to be.
For the latest Everything Action Reviewcast, Zach, Brian, Chris and Joe unravel the time travel craziness of X-Men: Days of Future Past.