This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe dive into the insanity of the Resident Evil movies, real life hauntings, The Crow reboot, Transformers: Age of Extinction, Saban 90’s shows, The Killing Joke and much more.
The new Tick and MacGyver have been cast for their respective reboot shows, Krang has his voice for TMNT 2, some more TV renewals and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Big casting news for Game of Thrones, a ton of release dates from Sony, a new reboot of Nightmare on Elm Street and more are in this week’s News Shotgun.
On the eve of their big Upfront presentations next week, the major networks needed to clean house and get rid of a bunch of shows in order to make room for their new fall shows.
On the last podcast before New York Comic Con, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss the Family Guy/Simpsons crossover, Moonwalker the arcade game, Tak3n, Saturday Morning cartoons (RIP), Pet Semetaries, the plot of a Tetris movie, Tapped Out vs Quest for Stuff and much more.
Tons of great stuff out this week including the classic MMPR story “Green with Evil”, the first season of the excellent Brooklyn Nine-Nine and a bunch of complete horror collections, like our Pick of the Week, Halloween: The Complete Collection.
Usually considered the barometer for the Oscars, the Hollywood Foreign Press gives their picks for the best of TV and movies for 2013 with the Golden Globe awards. Check out the winners here.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Chris talk about the history of Tarzan adaptations, the dumbness of Van Helsing, classic movies getting sequels, a ton of recent theatrical and direct to video releases that are all really solid and much more.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the premier of Agents of SHIELD, the enduring awesomeness of Con Air, the awful ending of Dexter, the grimness of Need for Speed, the Emmy awards and much more.
If you combined Parks & Rec and 21 Jump St, you would most likely get Brooklyn Nine-Nine and it’s as funny as that combination would imply, with Andy Samberg leading the 99th precinct in Brooklyn as goofy but effective detective, Jake Peralta.