When her abusive ex seemingly commits suicide, Cecilia Kass inherits his fortune but she suspects he may have faked his death and used his scientific knowledge to turn himself invisible to continue terrorizing her in next year’s reboot of The Invisible Man from Blumhouse.
Starring Rick Moranis, Gravedale High debuted in 1990 on NBC Saturday mornings and followed Moranis’ Max Schneider, the only human teacher at a school full of teenage monsters inspired by classic Universal Monsters and other iconic creatures.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about 90s X-Men and Spider-Man coming to Disney+, a new Resident Evil multiplayer game, IT: Chapter 2, John Wick Chapter 3, Apple TV+, Ghostwriter and more.
Universal was trying to get their classic monsters back in the spotlight in the mid-90s and in 1994 they went the “Xtreme” route with Monster Force, an animated series where a team of armored specialists battled the monsters to save the world of the far off future of 2020.
An animated Batman/TMNT movie is on the way, The Goldbergs is doing a Highlander episode, Nickelodeon is getting a Star Trek animated series and new versions of All That and Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Hulu is getting a bunch of Marvel animated shows, the ridiculously stacked Dune gets a release date and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe dive into the first trailer for Hobbs & Shaw, the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Super Bowl teasers, the new TNT show I Am the Night, the new Netflix action movie Polar, Blumhouse’s Universal Monsters, the forgotten John Ritter comedy Stay Tuned and more.
Two big names join Top Gun: Maverick, Dora’s parents cast for the upcoming Dora the Explorer movie, Veronica Mars may be coming back, Brendan Fraser joins the Doom Patrol, Danny Boyle leaves Bond 25 and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe talk about Halloween at the theme parks, anime, Scottish history, Netflix ratings, Mile 22, Castle Rock and Needful Things, Never Too Young to Die and more.
The first movie of Universal’s “Dark Universe” has arrived with The Mummy and Joe has his take on whether or not it gets the new Universal Monsters world off on the right foot.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe try to solve the mysteries of Alien: Covenant and Twin Peaks, talk Tom Hardy as Venom, the spiritual return of Batman: The Animated Series, the Dark Universe, pay respects to Roger Moore and much more.