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.
Our first look at the new Superman for the CW DCverse, a new Michael Crichton book has been discovered, a sequel to The Rocketeer is on the way, The Muppets heading to the Magic Kingdom and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
The only new movie this weekend happens to be possibly the best Marvel movie ever with Captain America: Civil War
After 8 years, the MCU shows no signs of stopping with maybe the best movie yet in the franchise, Captain America: Civil War, as Captain America and Iron Man go to war over both UN oversight for The Avengers and the fate of Bucky Barnes aka The Winter Soldier.
Back in 2009, Chris Evans was fighting a different superpowered battle as telekinetic “mover”, Nick Gant in the movie Push.
On the only piece of civilization left in the world, a train that never stops, Curtis leads the poor tail passengers in an attempt to fight their way to the front and take it from the wealthy.
Although Not Another Teen Movie parodied mostly 90’s movies, Marilyn Manson reached back to the 80’s for his contribution to the soundtrack, a cover of Soft Cell’s “Tainted Love”.
Clay is the leader of The Losers, who were left for dead during a failed mission in Bolivia and now seek revenge on the mysterious CIA operative “Max” who ordered them killed.
With Guardians of the Galaxy’s recent release, there are now 10 movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which makes it the perfect time to put them into a definitive (until next Summer) list.
Chris Evans and Tilda Swinton lead the poor and rich classes respectively on the Snowpiercer, a train that holds the survivors of a radical climate shift that plunges the Earth into a state of constant cold.