After a brutal attack leaves himself paralyzed and his wife murdered, mechanic Grey Trace agrees to have an experimental computer chip embedded into his spine that puts an AI named STEM into his brain, with the ability to take over his body to assist his quest for revenge.
The first weekend of June gets an eclectic mix of movies including the latest from the minds behind Jackass and Saw and a romantic survival drama based on true events.
The co-creator of Saw and Insidious brings a sci-fi twist to the classic revenge action genre as Logan Marshall-Green gets a microchip embedded in his body that gives him an AI in his head called STEM that helps him perform superhuman acts of violence against the men who paralyzed him and killed his wife.
With a new chapter arriving in theaters this weekend, Jigsaw, we’ve got a recap of the entire Saw series up to this point and the best traps from each of the seven Saw movies.
Dr. Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye) and her paranormal investigation team are back in the fourth entry of the Insidious franchise as they investigate the demonic happenings occurring at Elise’s old childhood home prior to the events of the first two Insidious movies.
The team up of Netflix’s Marvel heroes may be coming sooner than we think, the title of the new Spider-Man movie is confirmed, Deadpool 2 and a solo Batman movie are confirmed and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Spy is apparently the best Melissa McCarthy/Paul Feig collaboration yet while Insidious Chapter 3 is a sold threequel and Entourage is for die hard fans only.
Before the Lambert family was haunted by the forces of The Further, Dermot Mulroney and his daughter suffered similar events in their apartment and paranormal investigator Elise Rainer (Lin Shaye) and her team are called in to help in the third chapter of the Insidious series.