The final Gamebox 2.0 of 2017 has some fun new turn based strategy games, a twin stick shooter with a fun and interesting art style and a shooter from 2011 that was recently given away for free from Humble Bundle.
When their prep school is taken over by terrorists, Billy Tepper and his trouble-making friends have to use their skills to try and get intel to the authorities and keep everyone alive.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris, Joe and special guest Chris A. talk about the upcoming movies from Arnold and Van Damme, how do you make a Gran Turismo movie?, the magic of Road House, Lionheart’s ass kicking journey across America, lessons in Thai culture from Only God Forgives, realism in Gravity and much more.
Zach, Chris and Joe join the Wolverines against the invading forces of North Korea for a commentary of the remake of Red Dawn. Insert Thor joke here.
With lots of behind the scenes drama including multiple directors, delays and going over budget, it’s a pleasant surprise that World War Z is as solid as it is, even though it doesn’t come anywhere close to reaching the greatness of the book.
Wreck It Ralph is our Pick of the Week along with with a bunch of other new releases.
The new Red Dawn finally came out over the holiday weekend after three years on the shelf after the MGM bankruptcy. Is it worth watching or should it have been left on the shelf?
Breaking Dawn Part 2, Skyfall and Lincoln led the best Thanksgiving weekend ever at the box office.
Three new movies are out this weekend for your Holiday movie watching.
All respect to Chris Hemsworth but the true leader of the Wolverines will always be Patrick Swayze’s Jed Eckert from the original Red Dawn.