The shockingly good Ouija: Origin of Evil is out this week along with the true sequel to Death Race 2000, The Girl on the Train, Keeping Up with the Joneses and more.
Boo! A Madea Halloween had the best opening for the Madea series and the fourth best opening for Tyler Perry overall while Keeping Up with the Joneses is the second disaster in a row for Zach Galifinakis and Ouija: Origin of Evil couldn’t top it’s predecessor.
The Accountant took the top spot at the box office while Kevin Hart had the highest opening ever for a stand up concert film and Max Steel had one of the all time worst openings ever.
The Girl on the Train took the top spot at the box office but it didn’t quite reach the monetary or critical heights of the similar Gone Girl while most of the other new releases performed below expectations.
October kicks off with an anticipated thriller novel adaptation, a potential Oscar contender and comedy based on a book by James Patterson.
October 2016 is strangely lacking in horror movies, as only Ouija: Origin of Evil is coming out and instead there’s a bunch of action/thrillers, like The Accountant, Inferno, Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, The Girl on the Train and comedies like Keeping up with the Joneses and Boo! A Madea Halloween.
This week on the 300th episode of the Everything Actioncast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about Jumanji, Rita Repulsa, the greatness of Creed, the amazing season of Better Call Saul, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, the bugginess of Arkham Origins and much more
Emily Blunt stars in an adaptation of the popular crime thriller novel The Girl on the Train as a woman who may have seen what happened to her ex-husband’s missing nanny while on her train commute to work but also can’t remember if she had anything to do with the disappearance.