This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe talk about the new Child’s Play, Will Smith’s Genie, the return of Howard the Duck, the WB cinematic universe, the quirkiness of Cold Pursuit, The Punisher, Polar, In the Heat of the Night and more.
Liam Neeson is back for revenge in Cold Pursuit, looking to take down the drug kingpin who ordered his son killed but things here are a lot quirkier and darkly humorous than your typical Neeson revenge thriller.
The Lego Movie 2 took the top spot at the box office but it was well below studio expectations and the opening of the first Lego Movie while the other new releases, besides The Prodigy, met their studio’s expectations.
Seems like almost something for everyone this weekend at the box office with a new Liam Neeson action movie, the highly anticipated sequel to The Lego Movie, horror movie The Prodigy and the Taraji P. Henson starring remake of What Women Want, What Men Want.
Insurance Salesman and ex-cop Michael MacCauley is caught up in a criminal conspiracy during his daily commute home and has to figure out what is actually going on before his family and everyone on the train are killed.
Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson take over the alien hunting duties of the Men in Black franchise as the series heads overseas to London for next summer’s Men in Black: International.
When their husbands are killed in a heist gone wrong, a group of widows is forced to pull a heist of their own to get out of debt from a ruthless crime boss in the new crime thriller Widows, although it’s not quite the movie that the trailers promised.
The Coen Brothers are back in the Western genre to spin six tales of outlaws, drifters, prospectors and more in the anthology movie The Ballad of Buster Scurggs, hitting Netflix in November.
When their husbands are killed in a bad heist, a group of widows must team up to protect their families and clear the debt owed by their husbands to a crime boss.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe dive into Deadpool 2, two new JCVD movies, the uproar over the new Thundercats, R rated Muppets, Arrow and Flash, the extent of Mysterio’s powers and more.