A group of school children and their teachers, trying to escape the German bombings of WWII, seek shelter in Eel Marsh House and awaken The Woman in Black in the sequel to the 2012 horror movie from Hammer.
Hammer is back with another horror film and it seems like they are trying to capture some of the heat of The Conjuring with the 60’s/70’s throwback, The Quiet Ones.
It’s time once again for us to give out awards you actually care about to movies you’ve actually seen in the 7th Annual Kick Ass Awards.
This week on the podcast, it’s part 2 of our 2012 wrap up as Chris, Zach and Joe discuss what were the worst movies of 2012 and look ahead to what’s coming in 2013.
For every awesome movie like The Avengers or The Dark Knight Rises that came out last year, there was an equal number of god awful movies like Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, The Raven, Dark Shadows and The Woman in Black to balance things out. Check out our picks for the top 5 worst movies of 2012.
This week on the Everything Actioncast, the entire crew of Zach, Chris, Brian and Joe try to figure out how you go from Morgan Freeman to Tyler Perry with the new Alex Cross movie, the family dynamics of Taken 2, Burn Notice, the cutting edge satire of Sesame Street, the healing power of lacrosse, whether Abe Lincoln: Vampire Hunter was a good adaptation or not and much more.
A bunch of this springs “hits” arrive on DVD and blu ray this week along with our Pick of the Week, Sherlock Series 2.
A close battle between Chronicle and The Woman in Black for the under 25 crowd’s money was waged over the weekend but Chronicle managed to come out on top.
None of the movies this week are rotten but Chronicle was surprisingly well received by the critics.
Daniel Radcliffe stars in his first post-Harry Potter movie as a young lawyer trying to settle one of his deceased client’s estates, only to find that it’s haunted.