Tons of news from Amazon and HBO about upcoming projects, details about the upcoming Peacock streaming service from NBC, Billie Eilish is performing the next Bond theme, MacGruber is coming back as TV show and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
The Division movie is coming to Netflix, Black Christmas is coming back courtesy of Blumhouse, a new Boondocks animated series is in the works, Michael Rooker joined The Dark Tower TV series, Love Death and Robots will be back for more mayhem and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
James Wan is producing a new Salem’s Lot, the first official details about Bond 25 were revealed, Joe Carnahan is still working on a remake of The Raid, Ken Watanabe is starring in a Japanese version of The Fugitive and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
The 90th Academy Awards are this weekend but the only awards that actually matter are our Kick Ass Awards, celebrating the best and worst of the previous year, including the Ass Kicker of the Year and the Kick Ass Movie of 2017.
The story of Flamin Hot Cheetos will finally be told, Jessica Chastain officially in talks for IT Chapter 2, Sonic the Hedgehog gets a release date, The Dark Tower getting an Amazon series, Walton Goggins joins the LA Confidential reboot and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Zach gives his picks for the top 5 worst movies he saw in 2017
It’s pretty slim pickings this week for Halloween but you can get Cinemax’s Outcast, based on Robert Kirkman’s demonic possession comic of the same name, The Dark Tower, Kidnap and a couple other things.
Able to cross dimensions to wreck havoc on other worlds, evil sorcerer Randall Flagg has tried to gain control of an Earth ravaged by an apocalyptic plague in The Stand and tried to destroy The Dark Tower on Mid-World under the alias Walter O’Dim.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the many incarnations of Two-Face, the enduring legacy of Deadwood, Steven Seagal saving the environment, the terrible simplification of The Dark Tower, Pickle Rick, Cable, Disney vs Netflix and much more.
The Dark Tower series is Stephen King’s magnum opus but unlike the unique and complex story told in the eight novels, the movie version strips everything to the bone for an incredibly generic “stop the end of the world” action movie.