Gerard Butler has to head into space to stop satellites from destroying the world with superstorms while his brother discovers a plot to assassinate the President in the insane looking Geostorm, arriving in October.
Secret Service agent Mike Banning (Gerard Butler) is back and has to protect the President (Aaron Eckhart) when a visit to London goes horribly wrong in London Has Fallen.
Being the resident horror fan, Joe’s top ten movies of 2013 has a bunch of the best movies in that genre on it along with some surprise and familiar picks.
Working at a movie theater and frequently hitting up Redbox allowed Zach to see almost 70 movies this year, so getting that down to 10 was a little bit of a challenge.
Deadpool may be close to getting the green light for a movie, some sequels and reboots were announced and we found out who Harrison Ford will be playing in Expendables 3, along with a bunch of other news in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the big Marvel trailer debuts of Captain America: The Winter Soldier and X-Men: Days of Future Past, Doug Bradley’s dedication to Hellraiser, latter day Simpsons, found footage horror, the awfulness of The Counselor and much more.
One of two Hercules movies coming out next year, The Legend Begins finds Kellan Lutz as the mythic hero, banished and forced into becoming a gladiator by an evil king.
Arguably the best old school action movie this year, Olympus Has Fallen, is out this week, and is our Pick of the Week.
The bar for “Die Hard in the White House” movies was set incredibly high by Olympus Has Fallen earlier this year and not only does White House Down not match it, it trips and face plants on it’s way to try and match it.
Monsters University kept the top spot at the box office this weekend while The Heat had a solid opening and White House Down has seemingly lost the “Die Hard in the White House” battle to Olympus Has Fallen.