Netflix’s dark crime drama Ozark returns for its second season on 8/31 as Jason Bateman’s Marty Bryde deals with the aftermath of Season 1 and tries to keep his family safe from the various criminals and federal agents closing in.
40 years in the making, the final film from the legendary Orson Welles, The Other Side of the Wind, will be available to cinephiles on Netflix and in select theaters in November.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe talk about Halloween at the theme parks, anime, Scottish history, Netflix ratings, Mile 22, Castle Rock and Needful Things, Never Too Young to Die and more.
Bruce Lee cast for the ever-increasing cast of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, tons of TV cancellations and renewals, the first look at live action Mulan and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Danny and Colleen continue their quest to keep the streets of NYC safe but Danny’s former brother turned mortal enemy Davos returns with his own Iron Fist powers and promises to make Danny suffer in Season 2 of Iron Fist on Netflix.
Cary Fukunaga is back for a new Netflix Original series, Maniac, where Emma Stone and Jonah Hill are patients of an experimental medical trial that involves putting them into alternate reality scenarios, like a Lord of the Ringsesque fantasy, in order to try and “cure” their individual psychological issues.
Sony developing a Kraven the Hunter movie, first official look at Terminator 6, ALF may be coming back, more cast members added for Doctor Sleep, Fargo Season 4 is confirmed, a 24 prequel series is in the works and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe dive into more of the crazy badness of The Snowman, the epic action of Mission: Impossible Fallout, the latest Venom trailer, the strange saga of MoviePass, the convoluted history of Castlevania, the possible return of ALF and much more.
Michael Pena stars in Netflix’s upcoming alien invasion movie Extinction as a father who starts having violent dreams that turn out to be premonitions of the incoming alien threat and must fight to protect his family.
Netflix, Blumhouse and Indian proudcer Anurag Kashyap are teaming up to bring some Indian horror to Netflix in August with the mini-series Ghoul, where demons and other horrors are unleashed at a remote Indian military prison.