Following up Ex Machina, director Alex Garland adapts Jeff Vandermeer’s Annihilation with Natalie Portman leading a team of women into “the shimmer”, an area effected by a mysterious phenomenon that is mutating the plants and animals within and preventing everyone and everything sent in from coming back out.
Natalie Portman joins an expedition into a mysterious environmental disaster zone in the follow up to Ex Machina by writer/director Alex Garland, Annihilation.
Kate Mara plays a corporate troubleshooter sent in to a top secret facility to investigate an accident involving an AI being named Morgan (Anna Taylor-Joy).
Zach gives his pick for the top ten movies of 2015, a year which brought back a ton of beloved franchises like Star Wars, Jurassic Park and Mad Max.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about what could potentially be the greatest DC animated movie of all time, the mysteries of Wayward Pines, the insanity of Sharknado 3, Michael Bay’s take on Benghazi, Shadow of the Vampire and much more.
The best horror movie of the year, It Follows, arrives on DVD/Blu Ray this week along with one of the best sci-fi movies, Ex Machina, an extended Rogue cut of Days of Future Past and much more.
Age of Ultron continued to dominate at the box office this weekend with the 2nd highest 2nd week of all time and crossing over $300 million for it’s two week domestic gross.
Furious 7 continued it’s dominance by becoming the fifth highest grossing movie of all time while Age of Ultron is already blowing up internationally.
April closes out with a double dose of sap and the wide release of a well received sci-fi movie.
Future Star Wars cast members Oscar Issac and Domnhall Gleeson will appear together next spring in Ex Machina, where their attempt to give a Turing test to a highly advanced robot (Alicia Vikander) does not go as planned.