Winona Ryder stars in the upcoming Netflix Original as the mother of a boy who goes missing under mysterious circumstances and the search to find him uncovers a secret government project and supernatural forces.
Ed and Lorraine Warren (Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga) head across the pond to the UK to try and help a young girl in Enfield who is being tormented by a poltergeist in The Conjuring 2.
This week on the first podcast of 2016, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about The Hateful Eight, the season finale of Ash vs Evil Dead, the crazy behind the scenes stories at Cannon Films, alternate history with The Man in the High Castle, terrible horror remakes and much more.
More TV seasons arrive before their respective new seasons start and the big summer blockbusters start to arrive as well, including the second biggest movie of the year and our Pick of the Week, Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Melissa McCarthy and Paul Feig has another success as Spy won the box office while Entourage had a mediocre start and Insidious Chapter 3 couldn’t quite top the previous entry in the series.
Earthquakes didn’t stop The Rock from getting the best solo starring opening of his career while Cameron Crowe bombed yet again with Aloha.
Tomorrowland took the top spot at the box office on a very slow Memorial Day weekend while the Poltergeist remake had a mediocre start.
Both of this week’s new releases, Tomorrowland and Poltergeist, have gotten split reviews from the critics.
Summer 2015 is here with Avengers: Age of Ultron kicking things off and blockbusters like San Andreas, Max Max and Tomorrowland also out this May.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about Spider-Man coming home to Marvel, the surprisingly awesome looking Poltergeist remake, the insanity of Jupiter Ascending, Keanu’s gun jitsu in John Wick, the cancellation of Black Dynamite, Halloween mythology and much more.