Our patron saint is starring in a western for Amazon, who are also developing a Conan the Barbarian series, more Star Wars movies in the works, Michael Bay may direct a Lobo movie for DC, Joaquin Phoenix may be the new Joker and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss The Inhumans, Jumanji, DC Animated films, Baby Driver, Jason Bourne, Death Wish movies, Child’s Play and much more.
Four years after Curse of Chucky, everyone’s favorite murderous doll is back to terrorize Nica Pierce (Fiona Dourif), who has been committed to a mental hospital after being convicted of killing her family, which was actually Chucky’s doing.
Injustice 2 gets a release date, The Goldbergs are paying homage to Batman ’89, JCVD and Dolph Lundgren are teaming up for a new movie and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Another feature packed Shout Factory Collector’s Edition is out this week for Child’s Play along with big summer flops Independence Day: Resurgence and Alice Through the Looking Glass, the critically acclaimed HBO miniseries The Night Of and more.
This month, in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, we’re watching the original Leprechaun.
This week in a Giant Sized podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe try to figure out the logic behind Emmy nominations and their picks for the winners and talk about all the news coming out of Comic Con including Avengers: Age of Ultron, Superman vs Batman, Godzilla and more, talk about the awesomeness of Pacific Rim and Evil Dead again, defend Movie 43, moon Nazis and much more.
Serial killers who learn voodoo are the most dangerous kind, as Charles Lee Ray proved by coming back time and time again by possessing new doll bodies as Chucky in the Child’s Play series.
This week Zach and Joe experience ambivalence toward The Event, speculate wildly about the third Christopher Nolan Batman movie, get excited for the future of Marvel TV shows and school you about Slasher Films.
Check out the world’s most evil doll, Chucky, as he goes on his first killing spree in the original Child’s Play, courtesy of Hulu.