Arriving on HBO Max and in theaters in April, Mortal Kombat returns to live-action with an R rated reboot starring Lewis Tan, Joe Taslim, Jessica McNamee, Mehcad Brooks, Hiroyuki Sanada, Ludi Lin, Max Huang and more as the best warriors of Earthrealm battle for the fate of the planet against the supernatural warriors of Outworld.
A 90s favorite is hopefully going to bring some much-needed joy to a terrible year when Yakko, Wakko, Dot, Pinky, and The Brain return in November for 13 new episodes of the Animaniacs on Hulu.
The second batch of six episodes of Netflix’s reboot of Unsolved Mysteries arrives later this month just in time for Halloween, especially the highly anticipated first ghost story episode of the reboot.
Released on Netflix this past weekend, Peter Berg and Mark Wahlberg’s latest collaboration is a loose remake of 80s crime drama Spenser: For Hire with Wahlberg as ex-con, ex-cop Spenser, who teams up with his new roommate Hawk (Winston Duke) to investigate the death of two Boston cops.
Blumhouse is bringing back the cheesy 70s favorite Fantasy Island but the new paradise has a much more sinister side as guests experience their deepest fantasy, no matter the cost.
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.
Sam Raimi is helping to bring back The Grudge franchise, with a reboot arriving the first weekend of 2020 starring John Cho and Andrea Riseborough as the main characters dealing with a vengeful spirit that is haunting a suburban home.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss some of the Emmy Award winners, the imminent return of Breaking Bad, the final chapter of the Rambo saga, potential casting for The Batman, the most ridiculous Walker, Texas Ranger moments and more.