Taking a cue from Tarantino for his follow-up to Cabin in the Woods, Drew Goddard delivers the fantastic slow burn, tension-fueled 60’s set thriller, Bad Times at the El Royale.
Drew Goddard is finally back behind the camera to follow up Cabin in the Woods with the 60’s set horror(?)/thriller Bad Times at the El Royale.
Seven strangers find themselves at the rundown El Royale hotel near Lake Tahoe, each of them hiding a secret that will put them at odds with the others in the follow-up to Cabin in the Wood from writer/director Drew Goddard.
The whole gang is back for The Lego Movie 2, as Emmett is forced to build a ship and head into space when a mysterious alien warrior kidnaps Wyldstyle and the rest of the Master Builders.
Amazon is heading back to the 80’s with the “lost” Romanian cop show Comrade Detective, that has been dubbed by American actors like Channing Tatum, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and and Nick Offerman.
Michael Keaton plays McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc, who conducted some arguably shady business tactics to get the rights the name and original location from the McDonald brothers (Nick Offerman and John Carroll Lynch) in The Founder.
The second season of FX’s incredible new take on Fargo goes back to 1979 and follows Lou Solverson (Patrick Wilson) as he investigates a crime that involves the local mob in Sioux Falls, SD.
If you don’t want to experience 100 minutes of pure, nerdy joy, than you probably shouldn’t see The Lego Movie, as that is exactly what you get.
Axe Cop is finally here to dispense his unique brand of justice on every type of bad guy and in this first episode, he goes right to the top against the King of All Bad Guys to rescue the friends of superhero Bat Warthog Man.
After hearing about the awesome casting and crazy sounding plot, The Lego Movie seems more awesome and fun than we could have possibly imagined.