This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk Golden Globe winners (and the disaster of the show), superhero TV show news, the Tarantino universe, Grown Ups 2, Archer, body modification and much more.
Season 3 of NBC’s supernatural procedural starts on Friday and you can catch up on what happened in Season 2 right here.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the best Tom Clancy movies, 2015 getting even crazier for movies, Constantine and what Keanu Reeves has been up to, the Snake Plissken game that never was, Breaking Bad and more of the new Fall TV shows and much more.
Tons of casting news this week and a couple of big TV shows were announced, including another big DC show and the next project from Breaking Bad’s Vince Gilligan.
James Spader is one the world’s most wanted criminals who turns himself in with an offer to help the FBI catch other criminals, but he’ll only talk to a rookie profiler in the new NBC action/thriller, The Blacklist.
Kind of a light news week but we learned who the villain of the next Avengers will be voiced by, Kurt Russel gets Fast & Furious and a couple of movies getting turned into shows, among other items in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about Steven Seagal’s insane mission to Russia, why you should never be in Patrick Wilson or Ethan Hawke’s horror movie family, Expendables 3, Vanilla Ice, the many versions of Operation Condor 2 and much more.
This week the newest additions to the Expendables are closer than ever to appearing, Glenn Close joins the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Hannibal is coming back for another season and more in the News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the onslaught of TV news, including talking about all the new shows from the big four networks, the return of 24, Arnold’s favorite Troma movies, the psychological toll of Vampire’s Kiss, Norm Macdonald as a Vampire Dog and much more.
NBC unveiled their new shows after they did a mass cancelling of almost all their comedies and a bunch of their dramas. The strongest of their new shows seems to be The Blacklist, with James Spader as a Hannibal Lecteresque criminal/terrorist.