Five new movies are out for your Christmas weekend viewing with Assassin’s Creed, Passengers, Sing, Fences and Why Him?
Former DEA agent Phil Broker is trying to make a new life for him and his daughter but he gets on the wrong side of local meth dealer Gator Bodine and a gang of bikers.
Visiting his daughter at Stanford, overprotective father Ned (Bryan Cranston) is horrified to meet her boyfriend Laird, a ridiculous internet billionaire with no filter.
Although it’s delightfully animated, the upcoming comedy Sausage Party is a hard R from Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg and follows a group of food products who find out the horrifying truth of what happens when they are brought home from the supermarket.
Hulu is making a major bid to compete with Netflix and Amazon’s catalog of original dramas with two potentially great shows on their service in 2016, the time travel thriller 11/22/63 and The Path, which follows the members of a potentially dangerous cult.
James Franco stars in Hulu’s upcoming Stephen King adaptation where a man discovers a mysterious door that lets him travel back to 1958 and he decides to use this newfound power to try and prevent the Kennedy assassination in 1963.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Joe and a late Chris talk about the latest creepiness from Guillermo Del Toro, bizarre plot points of the Pirates franchise, the over the top awesomeness of Kingsman, the current state of Arrow, Hannibal, The Slap and much more.
Tons of news this week including Spider-Man coming home to Marvel, a Legend of Zelda Netflix show might be in the works, Black Dynamite get cancelled and much more.
Talk show host Dave Skylark (James Franco) is headed to North Korea with his producer (Seth Rogen) to interview Kim Jong-Un but the CIA recruits them to try and kill him in the upcoming action/comedy, The Interview.
There was a couple other bits of news that weren’t TV related this week including a new Power Rangers movie, some news on upcoming remakes and Warcraft blinks in the face of Star Wars Episode VII.