A young mother moves herself and her son to a small rural town but after he disappears in the woods, she finds a massive and ominous sinkhole and, after her son returns, she starts to suspect he might not actually be her son.
Forget the Oscars, the 11th Annual Kick Ass Awards are here to award the movies that actually matter, including the one that is our Kick Ass Movie of the Year.
A family trying to survive from an “unnatural threat” takes in another young family and tensions build in the upcoming horror movie, It Comes at Night.
Zach gives his picks for the best movies of 2016.
Kevin, a man with 23 distinct personalities, kidnaps three young girls that he claims were selected for a special purpose in the latest from M. Night Shyamalan.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss the hunt for the new James Bond, the confusing history of Ms. Marvel/Captain Marvel, the origins of Jason Voorhees, The Witch, X-Men: Apocalypse and much more.
The creepiest movie of the year is out this week with The Witch and you can also get the complete runs of Xena and Cop Rock, Kindergarten Cop 2, the first season of Angie Tribeca and more.
Deadpool continues to dominate, moving up to third on the all time R rated chart while Gods of Egypt failed despite taking second and the other two releases met their fairly mediocre box office predictions.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about upcoming Ghostbusters goodies, a new JCVD show, The Rock’s insane shooting schedule, the awesome time travel mechanics of 11.22.63, Nicolas Cage running around NYC trying to pay a ghost and much more.
If you’re looking for an atmospheric, slow burn horror movie, The Witch is definitely one to check out as a family in the 1630s slow falls apart as a series of tragic events starts to occur around them.