A commercial flop when it was released in 1986, Big Trouble in Little China has become a beloved cult classic and one of the best collaborations between John Carpenter and Kurt Russell.
Kurt Russell is back as cinema’s coolest Santa in The Christmas Chronicles 2 with wife and co-star Goldie Hawn joining the fun as Mrs. Claus in November on Netflix.
Kurt Russell and James Spader co-star in 1994’s Stargate, directed by Roland Emmerich, as they lead a team through a mysterious portal and end up on a world with similarities to Ancient Egypt being ruled over by brutal overlords with advanced technology and armor modeled on Egyptian mythology.
To celebrate the launch of Disney+, Zach and Chris watched the Kurt Rusell starring 1969 comedy The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes, where a freak lightning accident turns college student Dexter Riley’s brain into a literal computer.
US Air Force Colonel Jack O’Neill leads a team through a mysterious teleportation device and finds a planet inhabited by people who resemble ancient Egyptians and are being ruled by a ruthless ruler who claims to be the god Ra.
The ninth film from Quentin Tarantino follows 60 TV star Rick Dalton and his stuntman, Cliff Booth, as they try to break into movies in 1969 Hollywood and possibly get drawn into the orbit of the notorious Charles Manson and his followers.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe talk about the lack of modern Lovecraft adaptations, Captain Marvel, Jingle All the Way, Kurt Russell Claus, Ron Burgandy podcasting, the Benicio Del Toro Wolfman and much more.
Crash landing on Earth over 100,000 years ago into what would become Antarctica, The Thing lies dormant until a Norwegian research team finds it and, after they are wiped out, it escapes to an American research station in an effort to reach civilization and take over the Earth.