It was a massive week of news as Disney and Sony dissolve their Spider-Man deal, Disney announces three new MCU Disney+ shows, including Moon Knight, Ewan McGregor is officially back as Obi-Wan for a Disney+ Star War series, Bond 25 has an official title and much more in the latest News Shotgun.
Taking his niece to a major soccer match at West Ham stadium, former US Army soldier Michael Knox becomes the only man who can stop a group of terrorists from blowing up the stadium and, if they find the person they are after, restarting a brutal civil war in Eastern Europe.
Back from NYCC and surviving Hurricane Matthew, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about all the big trailers and news from NYCC, JCVD vs a giant penguin, the return of the Arrowverse, the world of Westworld, creepypasta and much more.
If you’re a completionist, this is your week as there’s complete series collections for Heroes, Justified and, our Pick of the Week, Mad Men, along with a bunch of cult classics arriving on Blu Ray.
Van Damme leads a team of cartel hired mercenaries along the US/Canadian border, forcing two enemies to work together to survive.
Raymond J Barry has made the rounds of TV and appeared in movies like Sudden Death, Training Day and Born on the Fourth of July and is currently killing it as Arlo Givens on Justified.
The key ingredient of any good action movie is an awesome death for the main villain. Getting comeuppance for all the shit they’ve put our hero through over the course of the movie is usually the highlight of the movie and we’re giving our picks for the ten most elaborate, gruesome and unusual deaths of villains in action movie history
If John McClane isn’t available then Darren McCord is your next best choice.
We review the latest in direct to DVD action goodness, Command Performance, written, directed and starring Dolph Lundgren.
Every Saturday, watch and read what our podcast hosts consider to be… the greatest moments in movie ass-kicking.