The Zombieland gang is back and still surviving in the zombie apocalypse as they travel to The White House, Graceland and beyond in the sequel to the 2009 movie, Zombieland: Double Tap.
A pair of sequels battles it out this weekend but Zombieland: Double Tap has the edge over Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, at least according to the critics.
It’s been 10 years since we last saw the zombie-slaying quartet of Zombieland but they are back and still making the best of the apocalypse in Zombieland: Double Tap
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss some new developments on recent stories like MoviePass and James Gunn, the new “Popular Film” Oscar, Sonic, American Gladiators, Castle Rock, Venture Bros, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Raw Deal and more.
Cary Fukunaga is back for a new Netflix Original series, Maniac, where Emma Stone and Jonah Hill are patients of an experimental medical trial that involves putting them into alternate reality scenarios, like a Lord of the Ringsesque fantasy, in order to try and “cure” their individual psychological issues.
Two movies based on true events are out to close out September, along with two thrillers that were not screened for critics, which is always a great sign.
One of two songs nominated for Best Original Song from La La Land, City of Stars managed to take the prize as one of La La Land’s six Oscars.
La La Land didn’t dominate quite as thoroughly as predicted going into the Oscars but it still took home 6 awards but Moonlight won Best Picture after perhaps the greatest mistake in the show’s history wrongfully had Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway declaring La La Land the winner first thanks to the wrong card in the envelope.
The casts of Cloak and Dagger and The Runaways were revealed, a new superhero coming to the Arrowverse, Ben Affleck no longer directing The Batman, Denis Villeneuve is officially taking a crack at Dune and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
May closes out with mixed reviews on The Rock’s disaster movie, San Andreas, and what is apparently a new low for Cameron Crowe with Aloha.