Released on Netflix this past weekend, Peter Berg and Mark Wahlberg’s latest collaboration is a loose remake of 80s crime drama Spenser: For Hire with Wahlberg as ex-con, ex-cop Spenser, who teams up with his new roommate Hawk (Winston Duke) to investigate the death of two Boston cops.
Netflix gave nerds everywhere a bunch of Valentine’s Day presents, include the first tease of Stranger Things Season 4, the trailer for Castlevania Season 3 and the reveal of the ridiculous voice cast assembled for Kevin Smith’s Masters of the Universe: Revelation.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Chris pay tribute to the legendary Kirk Douglas, dive into the insane first trailer for F9: The Fast Saga, try to figure out how Spiral fits into the Saw franchise, McDonalds fraud, Love Death and Robots and more.
The Thing may be getting a reboot from Blumhouse, Lethal Weapon 5 is in development, a Beast Wars movie may be on the way from Paramount, The CW picks up a pilot for a Lost Boys series, a live-action One Piece is coming to Netflix and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Chris talk about the new Mortal Kombat animated movie, the BBC/Netflix Dracula, a reboot of The Thing, the series finale of Arrow, a possible Beast Wars movie and more.
Recently released from prison, ex-cop and former boxer Spenser gets pulled into a conspiracy of corrupt cops and crooked politicians in Boston and recruits his new roommate Hawk, his landlord Henry and his ex-girlfriend Cissy to help him bring them down.
Joe Hill’s excellent horror graphic novel series finally gets an adaptation as season 1 of Locke & Key arrives in February on Netflix.
Faking his own death, billionaire tech mogul One decides to use his resources to form a vigilante team of other “ghosts” to take down evil around the world that governments won’t touch.
More new Stephen King projects are in the works at Blumhouse and Epix, Legends of the Hidden Temple is coming back, HBO is adapting a cyberpunk classic for a new series, Jackass is coming back to the big screen and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Dr. Owen Maestro and Dr. Lola Spratt are recruited by the CDC to leave Childrens Hospital and join a special task force to track a deadly virus before it can be used by terrorists in Medical Police, debuting in January on Netflix.