Six strangers become trapped in an extremely elaborate and deadly version of the popular puzzle-solving tourist attraction in Escape Room, kicking off 2019 at the box office during the first weekend in January.
A group of friends try to figure out what is real and what is fake when they gather together for a murder mystery/kidnapping game that goes wrong.
Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams are one of the couples drawn into a crazy “murder mystery” game where it’s not clear what’s fake and what’s real in next year’s Game Night.
Deciding she needs some excitement in her life, high school senior Vee (Emma Roberts) enters Nerve, an online game where she is given dares to complete for money. She teams up with fellow Player Ian (Dave Franco) but the pair’s tasks quickly get more and more dangerous and there’s seemingly no way out of Nerve once you are in.
The Indiana Jones adventures are finally on Blu Ray along with a bunch of other new releases.
Here’s the first of what are hopefully going to be many Everything Action movie commentaries. For the inaugural commentary, Zach, Chris and Joe watched the 1985 cult classic, Gymkata, starring gymnastic superstar, Kurt Thomas.
It’s a safe bet that if Mark Boone Junior is playing a cop in a movie or TV show that he’s as dirty as a pig in a mudpile.
This week on the Everything Actioncast, Zach and Joe help you close out 2011 by talking about Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, Super 8, food documentaries, Colombiana, the biggest box office bombs and successes of 2011, the Prometheus trailer and much more.
Another great “authority figure” character actor, James Rebhorn is probably best known as weaselly Secretary of Defense Nimzicki in Independence Day.
This week the Sliders have to lock and load to survive a deadly, Running Manesque contest called The Game, where android attack dogs, soldiers and mechanical spiders are everywhere.