This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the massive expansions coming to the Disney parks, some sad recent deaths, Zorro, the end of Alf, human/cartoon relations in Cool World, Vince Vaughn and more.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk more Mad Max, Hogan vs The Expendables, the beginnings of CSI, League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, xtreme Point Break remake and much more.
For this month’s commentary, Zach, Chris and Joe dive into the Rapture with 2014’s reboot of Left Behind, starring the one and only Nicolas Cage
Nicolas Cage is faced with The Rapture in last year’s failed reboot of the Left Behind series, which is our (hopefully hilariously bad) Movie of the Month for May.
Catch up on the insanity of Archer Vice before things get somewhat back to “normal” this week along with a bunch of other DVDs and Blu Rays in the first week of new releases for 2015.
It seems like Breaking Bad meets Bourne in the latest Nicolas Cage thriller, Dying of the Light, as Cage’s legendary CIA agent gets a dementia diagnosis and decides to use the little time he has left to hunt down an old nemesis.
Gone Girl held the top spot at the box office this weekend while the strongest of the new releases was the potential first entry in the Universal Monsters universe, Dracula Untold.
The combined excellent openings of both Gone Girl and Annabelle led to the best ever October weekend box office.
October kicks off with what seems like an amazingly bad Nicolas Cage movie, Left Behind, a possible Oscar contender with Gone Girl and the first horror movie of the season with Annabelle.
October has some of the first potential award contenders, like David Fincher’s Gone Girl, along with the usual horror offerings, like Annabelle.