Spielberg confirms Indy 5 starts shooting next year and Tintin 2 is still happening, Disney announces huge Marvel lands in three of their parks, Tron is getting official Lego sets, Street Fighter and the comic Astro City are getting TV shows and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
The third season of SyFy’s Channel Zero wrapped up this week and Butcher’s Block was an insane, gory and disturbing return to form after the disappointing second season with Rutger Hauer starring as the patriarch of a supernatural family of cannibals.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Joe talk about the first trailer for Ant-Man and The Wasp, MiB, the Cloverfield-verse, paranormal encyclopedias, Dunkirk, My Samurai, f-bombs, the new Nick TMNT and more.
Apparently learning nothing from the disaster of 1999’s Deep Blue Sea scientists, a new group is conducting genetic experiments with sharks that goes predictably deadly in the upcoming sequel Deep Blue Sea 2.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the first trailer Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Feudal Japanese Batman, Ryan Reynolds playing Detective Pikachu and other insane news, the return of Agents of SHIELD and Vikings, SyFy’s new show Happy! and more.
Based on the violent and over the top graphic novel by Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson, Chris Meloni plays alcoholic ex-cop turned hitman Nick Sax who, after a hit gone bad, starts seeing an upbeat blue horse named Happy that wants him to rescue a little girl from a deranged killer in a Santa suit.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Joe dive into the first bits of NYCC news, navigating Hulu’s new app, the failures of the Dark Universe, new Fall Marvel shows, Ozark, Big Mouth and more.
SyFy’s disturbing and creepy Creepypasta series Channel Zero is back in September for it’s next season, adapting No-End House by Brian Russell.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss the final two Death Wish movies, True Detective, Cannon Films, the new Power Rangers, Comcast’s terrible On Demand editing and much more.
Taking inspiration from Grindhouse and Death Race/Roger Corman, SyFy is unleashing Blood Drive this summer, where a cop and a “violent vixen” are part of a cross country race in cars fueled by human blood.