A US Marshal in 1879, Sam Chisholm takes a job to free the town of Rose Creek from the grip of evil gold-mining baron Bartholomew Bogue and recruits six other gunslingers to join him in the fight.
Debuting on KidsWB in 1997, Men in Black: The Series took the Men in Black series on a slightly different timeline where Agent K never retired and he and Agent J continue to protect Earth from the worst scum of the universe.
The son of his traitorous former partner (played by Vincent D’Onofrio in the first Escape Plan) kidnaps Ray Breslin’s girlfriend Abby and takes her, along with other captives, to the horrible Devil’s Station prison in the third Escape Plan, Escape Plan: The Extractors.
Vincent D’Onofrio returns to the Western genre with his Magnificent Seven co-stars Ethan Hawke and Chris Pratt for a new spin on the Billy the Kid story, with Dane Dehaan as Billy the Kid, in The Kid.
Bruce Willis steps into the shoes of Charles Bronson for the long delayed remake of Death Wish, as Dr. Paul Kersey takes the law into his own hands on the streets of Chicago after his family is violently attacked in their home.
March kicks off with two brutal movies as Jennifer Lawrence is forced to become a Russian spy in Red Sparrow and Bruce Willis gets revenge for his family in the remake of Death Wish.
Tons of news this week including tons of news from both the DC and Marvel movies universes, Michael Bay producing a Dora the Explorer movie, Channel Zero reveals the premise of the third season, Freddy joins Dead by Daylight and much more.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss the disappointing second season of Channel Zero, serious Jackie Chan, Geostorms, terrible 90’s X-Men, Magnum PI, Contra, the confusing nature of Lego Dimensions expansion packs and more.
Dax Shephard co-stars, wrote and directs this comedic reboot of the 70’s/80’s cop show that starred Erik Estrada and Larry Wilcox, with Michael Pena as Ponch, who is now an undercover FBI agent investigating corruption in the California Highway Patrol.
After one disasterous remake, MGM has tried again with a remake of one of the greatest westerns ever made, The Magnificent Seven, with Denzel Washington and Chris Pratt taking up six shooters to defend a small western town from an evil industrialist (Peter Sarsgaard).