A bunch of final seasons are out this week for shows like Person of Interest and Royal Pains along with the, apparently much improved, Ultimate Edition of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Recruited by a mysterious group, security expert Alex Kane becomes “The Player” and must win bets that involve preventing crimes before they happen while investigating the disappearance of his ex-wife.
Tons of TV is out this week as we’re about a month from the new seasons starting, including our Pick of the Week, The Knick Season 1.
If you’re a horror fan, today is basically Christmas as Universal has released every conceivable configuration of the Classic Monsters, with individual movies, monster specific sets or, our Pick of the Week, the massive 30 film collection.
The epic conclusion to Spartacus is our Pick of the Week this week along with a slew of TV seasons and movies.
Probably best known currently for his role as Francis Underwood’s ruthless chief of staff Doug Stamper on House of Cards, Michael Kelly has also appeared in movies like Man of Steel, Changeling and Chronicle and shows like The Sopranos and Person of Interest.
Couldn’t decide which awesome fourth season should be Pick of the Week so both Fringe and Parks and Rec are sharing it this week and there’s a ton of other TV seasons out this week along with a lost 80’s classic finally coming to DVD.
This week the whole crew of Zach, Brian, Chris and Joe are on the podcast to talk about physics defying Jackie Chan stunts, the cultural phenomenon that was Anaconda, more movies becoming TV shows, who should direct the upcoming reboot movie of the The Twilight Zone, their favorite movie/TV robots and much more.
This week Zach, Chris and Brian talk about Chuck Norris, terrible video game movies, Contagion, tons of 80’s movie news, preview this Fall’s new TV and much more on this historic 75th episode of the Everything Actioncast.
CBS doesn’t have anything too spectacular in the pipeline for the Fall, but one possible stand out is Person of Interest, starring Jim Caviezel and Michael Emerson and produced by JJ Abrams and Jonathan Nolan.