Crash landing on Earth over 100,000 years ago into what would become Antarctica, The Thing lies dormant until a Norwegian research team finds it and, after they are wiped out, it escapes to an American research station in an effort to reach civilization and take over the Earth.
Chris Hemsworth stars as an infamous hacker, released from custody by the government to help them track a dangerous new cybercriminal in the latest from Michael Mann.
Tons of stuff out this week including some of the later Summer movies like We’re the Millers, 2 Guns and our Pick of the Week, The World’s End.
A solid follow up to Thriller on your Halloween party playlist, Rockwell’s “Somebody’s Watching Me” features Michael Jackson on the chorus and a bunch of references to horror movies and TV.
The followers of the Oprah made The Butler the number one movie over the weekend while Jobs and Paranoia bombed and Kick Ass 2 disappointed.
Four more movies are out this week as we near the end of Summer but, according to the critics, only The Butler is worth seeing.
Summer 2013 closes out with a couple of highly anticipated movies, Elysium and The World’s End, along with some YA adaptations, conspiracy thrillers and comic book adaptations
This week on the podcast, Zach and Chris discuss Choose Your Own Adventure books and their various imitators, when 300: Rise of an Empire takes places in relation to the first, Nicolas Cage vs John Cusack, E3, The Greatest Event in Television History and much more.
Liam Hemsworth gets caught in a corporate war between Gary Oldman and Harrison Ford in the upcoming thriller, Paranoia.