The director of Skyfall and Spectre is taking us back over 100 years to World War I in the war movie 1917, which follows two young British soldiers who have to cross enemy lines to deliver a message of vital importance.
Pulling an unexpected upset at the Oscars last week, Sam Smith somehow defeated Lady Gaga with his Bond theme, Writing’s On the Wall, proving that it was either the only song the voters had heard or they are huge fans of tentacle porn.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the final Bat filled Batman v Superman trailer, the horror of Kindergarten Cop 2, the glorious violence of Turbo Kid, a reboot of Lethal Weapon, Mark Millar comics, past and present Bond and much more.
Although it’s not the best Bond, Spectre is probably the best thing out this week but there’s also Crimson Peak, Pokemon and Star Trek collections and more.
Brian is back to give us his picks for the top ten movies of 2015
Mockingjay Part 2 remained on top for the third weekend in a row but Krampus was a surprisingly strong competitor.
Mockingjay Part 2 stayed on top over the holiday weekend while The Good Dinosaur and Creed had solid debuts and Victor Frankenstein had one of the worst openings of all time.
Despite making over $100 million, the final Hunger Games film is most likely going to be checked off as a disappointment, as it was the lowest opening for the franchise.
Spectre held off the competition for another weekend while making a ton worldwide.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss the continued greatness of Ash vs Evil Dead, the convoluted mess that is the Spectre plot, MST3K, some of the big trailers of the last week including Warcraft, British crime dramas and much more.