If you took the movie Speed, The Transporter, and add just a little dash of any of the Fast and Furious films, but then took out any and all elements that make those movies good, you’d have Getaway, directed by Courtney Solomon, whose only real credit is directing 2000′s Dungeons & Dragons. After seeing Getaway, I hope this is his last directing credit.
Saints Row IV is the fourth in the Saints Row series of open world action-adventure games. Just like in the previous titles in the series, the player controls the leader of the Third Street Saints, who has now become the President of the United States of America. The game takes you back to the fictional city of Steelport from the third game and places you five years after the events of that game, focusing on the Saints’s battle against their old enemies – and an alien invasion.
This week the guys go back to summer camp American style with 2000s Wet Hot American Summer. A crazy little movie chalked full great comedians doing amazingly funny things. We also discuss how the internet broke twice in one week: Batfleck and then MTV VMAs. It’s hot and are bodies are melting so lots of crazy topics come up. So please download and enjoy!
It’s New Release Tuesday, and this week you have some really cool choices to choose from. Weather you want family entertainment, action, murder mystery, or just some fun 80′s British Sci-Fi, there should be something for everyone!
With all good things there is always an end. With that, The Cornetto Trilogy has reached its end. Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, along with director Edgar Wright, the geniuses that brought their genera filled adventures starting with 2004′s horror inspired Shaun of the Dead, seconded by the 2007 action themed Hot Fuzz, finish off with The World’s End. It’s only fitting they would end their series with a science fiction motivated film. Here we find five old friends trying to complete the Golden Mile, an infamous pub-crawl encompassing 12 pubs in their hometown of Newton Haven. The group attempted the crawl as teenagers, but failed to reach the final pub, The World’s End. Now adults, they try again, this time running into more than they bargained for, as the town has been taken over by robots.
First we dove in head first to talk about the new documentary on killer whales called Blackfish. Then we unfortunately watched the new direct to DVD movie staring Wesley Snipes called Gallowwalkers, which is basically Blade in wild wild west. By far one of the worst movies ever made, there is nothing good about it. Please download and hear us discuss what makes this so bad with a lot of talk about Snipes’s career in general. Huzzah!
Has the new Twilight arrived? Or was this just another passing attempt gone wrong? As movie execs clamor to get a hold of the next “big thing” tween girls can latch onto, we’ve had most recently Beautiful Creatures and The Host, both failed in their attempts to become the next big thing. Now all attention turns to the adaptation of Cassandra Clare’s best selling books series The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.
Normal New York teenager Clary Fray discovers she is a descendant of a line of Shadowhunters, a secret group of half-angel warriors locked in a battle with the world of demons. After her mother’s disappearance, Clary must join forces with the Shadowhunters, who introduce her to a world filled with demons, warlocks, vampires, werewolves, and other deadly creatures.
It’s our weekly adventure as we look at all the awesome BluRay/DVDs that will be released this week! We have lots of great movies this week for the kids, but the whole family can enjoy as well. This week is very TV heavy with seasons and box sets, so if you collect seasons of TV shows, this might be a good week for you!
Kick-Ass 2 picks up right after the events of the first film. More and more regular people are donning masks and fighting crime for justice, and Kick-Ass is looking for a team where he can belong. He finds Colonel Stars and Stripes and his team of superheroes known as ”Justice Forever”. Meanwhile, Hit-Girl’s choice to “retire” and try to have a normal life as a schoolgirl isn’t going as planned. Everything backfires when Red Mist is reborn into the first supervillain, creating an army of supervillains to exact revenge on Kick-Ass for his father’s death. Thus, the superheroes must also join forces to defeat the supervillain army.
It is Spooky’s birthday episode! Also celebrating a birthday this week also was the great master of suspense Alfred Hitchcock. So we watched Rear Window, one of the best Hitchcock films, let alone if not one of the best films ever made. So please download and listen in as we talk some Hitchcock, Spooky’s birthday and make fun of Vin Diesel a little bit. You know, like one does.