Before the universe shattering finale of the current era of the MCU, get ready with our Franchise Flashback recap of all 18 prior movies leading up to this point.
You can get two of the best movies of last year this week with Gravity and Thor: The Dark World.
It’s the 8th Annual Kick Ass Awards and, unlike some other awards that shall not be named, we honor the best and worst of movies you’ve actually seen and care about. Who will win the coveted Ass Kicker of the Year and Kick Ass Movie of the Year awards? Read on to find out.
Brian’s Top Ten movies of 2013 makes it clear it was a pretty great year for action and comedy blockbusters as well as some top tier dramas,
Working at a movie theater and frequently hitting up Redbox allowed Zach to see almost 70 movies this year, so getting that down to 10 was a little bit of a challenge.
Frozen finally took down Catching Fire this weekend while Out of the Furnace fared even worse than last week’s Homefront in the rural crime thriller genre.
As expected, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire had a ridiculously huge opening weekend, setting the record for best November opening ever and may possibly be the best 2D opening ever and the fourth best opening weekend of all time.
Having caught up with Arrow, the mediocrity of Agents of SHIELD is now even more apparent. With their recent announcement of 5 new shows coming to Netflix, here’s some things Marvel needs to learn from their competition.
Thor: The Dark World managed to hold onto the top spot this weekend but almost lost against the surprising newcomer, The Best Man Holiday.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about what they want from the Marvel/Netflix shows, dig some juicy bits out of the Man of Steel Q/A, Jason Statham playing Daniel Craig, Charles Bronson’s ineffective sleuthing, Thor vs Thor: The Dark World and much more.