A big-game hunter for zoos who has booked passage on a Greek shipping freighter with a fresh haul of exotic and deadly animals from the Amazon, including a rare white Jaguar – along with a political assassin being extradited to the U.S in secret. Two days into the journey, the assassin escapes and releases the captive animals, throwing the ship into chaos in the new Nicolas Cage movie Primal.
The cast of Shark Night 3D apparently had so much fun on set, or so much free time, that they made a secret rap video that played after the credits, and it’s unbelievably bad.
Thanks to a Mayan curse, Alma and her medicine man boyfriend Brujo must make a desperate trek to Los Angeles so that Brujo’s uncle can lift the curse and stop Alma’s body from destroying itself with snakes. If that sounds way too convoluted for a Snakes on Plane rip-off, you are right.
Randy Couture’s MMA skills are put to the test when he has to stop a group of criminals who hijack a rich businessman’s private jet in Hijacked.
What better way to cap off the cheesy ridiculousness of Snakes on a Plane than the equally cheesy and ridiculous end credits song by Cobra Starship, “Snakes on a Plane (C’mon Bring It)”?
Samuel L. Jackson’s Neville Flynn luckily doesn’t suffer from ophidiophobia as he must deal with a veritable cornucopia of vicious snakes that gangster Eddie Kim has unleashed on a plane carrying Flynn and the key witness he must protect.
The full crew is back for the first podcast of 2011 and talk about Tron: Legacy, box office bombs, TinTin and Killer Animal flicks.
This week Zach and Brian watched a bunch of comedy, are excited for Sucker Punch and talk about their favorite action movies centered on vehicles.
Another fake trailer from Grindhouse is becoming a full length movie.
Movies and music are like peanut butter and chocolate so it makes sense when you feature a song in movie to make a music video based on the movie. Here are 5 of the best movie based music videos.