Heading to Tombstone, Arizona for a fresh start, former lawman Wyatt Earp, his brothers and their friend Doc Holliday get involved in an escalating battle with a group of outlaws called the Cowboys, led by the vicious Curly Bill Brocius.
Forced into the infantry before a massive invasion to stop an alien threat in Europe, cowardly former Major William Cage accidentally gets doused in alien blood and discovers that every time he dies, the day of the invasion restarts, which he uses to get more competent and figure out a way to stop the aliens once and for all.
Zach, Chris and Chris Ali try to figure out if Bill Paxton is crazy or not in his 2001 directorial debut, Frailty, which co-stars Matthew McConaughey and Powers Boothe, for the latest Everything Action commentary.
The late Bill Paxton starred and directed the 2002 horror thriller Frailty, which finds his character enlisting his two sons to help him slay what he says are demons, leading the FBI, including an agent played by Powers Boothe, to believe a serial killer is on the loose.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe pay tribute to Bill Paxton, discuss the actual plot of La La Land, the weird sexual tension between Tom Keene and his mom on The Blacklist: Redemption, Hacksaw Ridge, the original Dirty Harry, the Nemesis system and much more.
Emma Watson seemingly lands her dream job at powerful tech company The Circle but as she ascends the company ladder, she sees how much control the company has over it’s users and their private information.
CBS unveiled the first teaser for the new Star Trek along with trailers for their new fall shows including the reboot of MacGyver and the re-imagining of Training Day with Bill Paxton.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the Oscar winners, Nick game shows, Chuck Norris vs ninjas, weird flirty Jackie Chan, Tom Hardy coming to FX and much more.
Netflix has found it’s Iron Fist, Pacific Rim 2 has a new director, Riverdale has it’s Archie, the Taken prequel has it’s young Liam Neeson and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Some major additions to Blade Runner 2 and X-Men: Apocalypse, more serial killer TV shows coming, Wonder Woman director shakeups and more in this week’s News Shotgun.