It’s the 8th Annual Kick Ass Awards and, unlike some other awards that shall not be named, we honor the best and worst of movies you’ve actually seen and care about. Who will win the coveted Ass Kicker of the Year and Kick Ass Movie of the Year awards? Read on to find out.
Brian’s Top Ten movies of 2013 makes it clear it was a pretty great year for action and comedy blockbusters as well as some top tier dramas,
Working at a movie theater and frequently hitting up Redbox allowed Zach to see almost 70 movies this year, so getting that down to 10 was a little bit of a challenge.
The big Summer blockbusters are starting to come out with Star Trek Into Darkness hitting DVD/Blu Ray this week along with a bunch more TV seasons.
Fast & Furious 6 remained on top despite dropping quite a bit from last weekend while Now You See Me was a surprise hit and bested After Earth, which proved that M. Night Shyamalan is pretty much box office poison at this point.
A great new sci fi/horror series kicks off this week while Hulk teams up with Thor and battles Wolverine and the Star Trek crew heads off on new adventures, following the events of Into Darkness. Plus much more in this week’s Pull List.
One franchise has never been stronger while one series whimpers to a close at the box office this past weekend.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss Arkham Origins, Halo the TV show, Bronson’s journalism prowess, Star Trek Into Darkness, new additions to the Expendables, alcoholic Irish detectives and much more.
After rebooting the franchise in 2009 with Star Trek, JJ Abrams sends the Enterprise crew “Into Darkness” against the villainous John Harrison. Is this franchise still moving at warp speed or do they need to eject the warp core?
Star Trek Into Darkness took the top spot at the box office, coming in right on par with the first movie while Iron Man 3 crossed the $1 billion mark worldwide.