Trying to finalize a deal to sell their pharmaceutical company and the weed pill it produces, a pair of executives cut off their side deal with a Mexican drug kingpin, which leaves their mild mannered associate as a target while he’s in Mexico at the production plant.
Ben Wheatley, who previously directed Kill List and this year’s High Rise, has another movie coming next year that look inspired by Guy Ritchie and Tarantino with the 70’s set Free Fire. Brie Larson, Armie Hammer, Cillian Murphy and Michael Smiley are a crew looking to buy some M16s from Sharlto Copley’s gun dealer but […]
Putting you inside the head of a cybernetic super soldier, Hardcore Henry finds the titular character trying to rescue his wife from a psychic (and psychotic) warlord trying to raise an army of cyborgs like Henry.
The first major first person movie arrives in theaters this weekend along with the latest from Melissa McCarthy.
We’ve seen tons of found footage movies in recent years but Hardcore is the possibly the first first person POV movie, where you are literally in the shoes of the main character on an insane looking adventure to rescue his kidnapped wife.
Dev Patel pull double duty this week, co-starring in both Chappie and The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel but only one is proving “Fresh” with the critics.
Neill Blomkamp and Sharlto Copley are back next year with Chappie, where Copley plays the titular character, a robot with an evolving AI who tries to learn and grow but becomes the target of an anti-AI activist, played by Hugh Jackman.
Sharlto Copley stars in the first original PSN series, Powers, based on the comic by Brian Michael Bendis, where Copley is a former superhero who lost his powers and must now handle crimes involving super powered people as a regular cop.
A bunch of TV renewals and casting this week, the incredibly impressive Jungle Books: Origins cast revealed, a bunch of pulp heroes getting movies and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss Chris’ adventures at Monster Mania 28, Halloween Horror Nights, Al Pacino, gritty USA shows, Expendables 3, dueling Jungle Book movies, Sean Bean’s accent, Texas Chainsaw and much more.