When the 1986 classic Stand By Me came out, Ben E. King’s iconic song, which gives the movie its title, saw a massive resurgence, jumping back into the Billboard charts and the man himself even starred in a music video featuring cast members River Phoenix and Wil Wheaton.
Liam Neeson is back in action as bank robber Tom Carter in Honest Thief. When he falls in love, Tom decides to turn himself into the FBI for a deal but two corrupt agents double cross him to steal his millions in ill-gotten funds and frame him for the murder of another agent.
Arriving in October as the headliner of the latest DC Showcase collection, Batman: Death in the Family is the first ever DC Animated interactive movie, where you will get to make choices that will change the fate of Batman, Jason Todd, and Gotham City forever.
Ralph Fiennes directed and starred in the 2011 Shakespeare adaptation Coriolanus, where the acclaimed actor brought the tragedy of Roman general Caius Martius to a modern warfare setting while keeping the dialogue of Shakespeare’s original work intact.
A double dose of Stephen King is out this week with HBO’s The Outsider and the movie Graveyard Shift, the latter of which is available on Blu-Ray for the first time, along with the recent Blumhouse movie You Should Have Left, a Shout Factory version of Thir13en Ghosts and more on DVD and Blu-Ray.
One of the many cinematic appearances from the Red Hot Chili Peppers (or at least one of the members) over the year, the band appeared and performed in the cult 80s skateboarding movie Thrashin, which starred a young Josh Brolin as an amateur skateboarder who dreams of becoming a professional downhill racer.
Based on the second book in the series, The Subtle Knife, Season 2 of the HBO/BBC series His Dark Materials arrives sometime this fall as Lyra Belacqua continues her quest across dimensions with new companion Will Parry while the evil Magisterium continues to tighten its grip on her universe.
Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are back together for the upcoming Prime Video series Truth Seekers, where Frost plays the host of an online paranormal investigation show who stumbles across a sinister supernatural conspiracy with his team.
You can check out the1960 western classic The Magnificent Seven in the latest Everything Action Theater as Yul Brynner, Charles Bronson, James Coburn, Steve McQueen, Brad Dexter, Robert Vaughn, and Horst Bucholz come together as a team of gunslingers who take a job to defend a village from vicious bandits.