Spike Lee and Jordan Peele team up for the true story of Colorado Springs detective Ron Stallworth, who infiltrated the KKK in the 70s via phone and mail and who teamed with a white detective when he needed to show up “in person”.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe dive into the first, brutal TV cancellations, the lackluster first look at The Predator, the Lethal Weapon backstage drama, James Cameron’s journey into sci-fi, tons more Rick & Morty on the way, the continuing Stephen Kingaisance and much more.
The Oscars turn 90 this year and the nominees for that historic ceremony have been announced.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about Stranger Things 2 (and try to figure out what’s Billy’s deal), the terrible retconning of Jigsaw, the new Assassin’s Creed and South Park games, what makes a good Spider-Man game, the inability of anyone to reboot The Twilight Zone and much more.
Two best friends hit puberty and try to survive their changing bodies and school life in the new Netflix adult animated comedy from Nick Kroll and John Mulaney, Big Mouth.
Unfortunatly, it’s not a joke that Stallone is leaving The Expendables, which is one of the biggest stories in this week’s News Shotgun along with Joss Whedon directing a Batgirl movie, True Detective may be coming back, Venom will be R rated and much more.
Best friends Harold (Thomas Middleditch) and George (Kevin Hart) hypnotize their principal Mr. Krupp (Ed Helms) into becoming the superhero they created, Captain Underpants, in this summer’s adaptation of the beloved book series.
Riding high on some of the best reviews of the last few months, Jordan Peele’s directorial debut Get Out took the top spot at the box office with $30.5 million while the two other new releases were epic bombs.
Get Out is apparently a horror masterpiece for Jordan Peele’s directorial debut while Rock Dog and Collide were both not screened for critics and can presumed to be terrible.
Jordan Peele of Key & Peele writes and directs the next disturbing looking horror movie from Blumhouse, Get Out, where a visit to his girlfriend’s parents house gets more and more horrific for Chris (David Kaluuya).