A bit of a slow week this week for new releases but you can get some of last fall’s big releases like The Judge, The Book of Life and, our Pick of the Week, Fury.
In a battle of two of the most anticipated movies of the year, Big Hero 6 managed to top Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar.
With Halloween closing in, Ouija managed to capitalize on the increased interest in horror by taking the number one spot, while John Wick had a decent but not spectacular opening.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and special guest host Alex from The Retro Ave talk about Nicolas Cage, zombies, Harley Quinn’s training regime, John Carter, Static Shock, Brad Pitt’s latest foray into World War II and much more.
After the horrible Sabotage earlier this year, David Ayer pulls a 180 and delivers the fantastic World War II movie Fury, where Brad Pitt leads a Sherman tank crew into the heart of Germany in the closing days of the war.
Fury managed to top the box office, defeating Gone Girl, while The Best of Me had the worst opening ever for a Nicholas Sparks movie.
It’s a three way battle of opposites this weekend as gritty war film Fury takes on sappy Nicholas Sparks movie The Best of Me and family animated adventure, The Book of Life.
October has some of the first potential award contenders, like David Fincher’s Gone Girl, along with the usual horror offerings, like Annabelle.
Tons of delays and schedule shuffling this week along with a bunch of announced and confirmations on sequels like Bad Boys 3 and TMNT 2, more stars join Westworld, a new Silent HIll game and much more in the News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe pay tribute to Robin Williams, talk more Charles Bronson, the ridiculously high stakes of Cloak & Dagger, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Inhumans, the bad assness of Aquaman and much more.