Patton Oswalt voices Marvel’s iconic supervillain MODOK in an upcoming Hulu animated comedy where MODOK has to try and maintain control of AIM after it’s bought out by a rival company and also the demands of his suburban family.
An homage to the works of Ralph Bakshi and Frank Franzetta, The Spine of Night is a rotoscoped, mature animated fantasy movie that is debuting next week at the digital SXSW festival and features the voices of Richard E. Grant, Lucy Lawless, Patton Oswalt, Joe Manganiello, Betty Gabriel and more.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the Oscar winners, Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge, Rambo: Final Blood, Bond 25, True Detective, Ralph Breaks the Internet, Russian Doll, Unforgiven and more.
Taking it’s inspiration from Pee-Wee’s Playhouse and Weird Al’s own brand of humor that we saw in things like the classic comedy UHF, The Weird Al Show aired on CBS in 1997 for one season as Al learned life lessons, watched fake TV shows and interacted with an insane group of guest stars.
Based on the violent and over the top graphic novel by Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson, Chris Meloni plays alcoholic ex-cop turned hitman Nick Sax who, after a hit gone bad, starts seeing an upbeat blue horse named Happy that wants him to rescue a little girl from a deranged killer in a Santa suit.
The original “make fun of bad movies” show is back in April with 14 new episodes of MST3K hitting Netflix with the new trio of Jonah Ray, Baron Vaughn and Hampton Yount being subjected to movies like Reptilicus.
When suburban real estate agent Sheila (Drew Barrymore) mysteriously dies, she basically stays the same except she now has a insatiable hunger for human flesh in the upcoming Netflix comedy series, Santa Clarita Diet, that co-stars Timothy Olyphant.