Just 17 years too late, Screen Junkies is here with their take on these mother-f**king snakes on this mother-f**king plane. We still have no idea how the makers of this completely implausible B-movie ever got an actor of Samuel L. Jackson’s caliber to sign on, but it’s a camp classic for the ages.
Eugene Levy stars in this series in which the SCTV and Schitt’s Creek alum agrees to visit places he never dreamed of going before. While we’re not expecting the hijinx of Karl Pilkington’s An Idiot Abroad, we’re looking forward to watching this fish-out-of-water travel show when it arrives on Apple TV+ 2.24.23.
Now that Din Djarin has reunited with his pint-sized companion, The Mandalorian’s third season sets the duo on a journey toward Mandalore. Set against the backdrop of the rise of the New Republic, our heroes find themselves pulled into new conflicts as Grogu hones his skills. The season kicks off on 3.1.2023 on Disney+.
Liam Neeson takes on the role that Humprey Bogart established as detective Philip Marlowe. Filmmaker Neil Jordan directed this grand film noir, which follows the story of the brooding, down-on-his-luck private dick hired to find the ex-lover of an enchanting and mysterious heiress.
Jim Gaffigan and Rhea Seehorn star in this offbeat indie film about the host of a failing children’s science show who has dreamed his whole life about becoming an astronaut. After a series of strange encounters, a pile of space junk lands in his yard, and it could finally be his chance. In theaters 2.24.23.
(Spoilers) Rian Johnson’s Glass Onion is a wonderfully entertaining mystery that both pokes fun at and embraces the old whodunnit genre. Screen Junkies offers a playful roasting of the mystery and its colorful cast of characters. And we finally learn who voiced the Hourly Dong.
Ari Aster (Hereditary, Midsommar) directed this genre-bending dark comedy about a man paralyzed by fear throughout his life. Joaquin Phoenix plays the lead character who must face his demons on a wild journey of self-discovery. The star-studded cast includes Nathan Lane, Amy Ryan, Parker Posey, and Patti LuPone.
The last time we saw Nicolas Cage play a vampire was in 1988’s Vampire’s Kiss. He portrays a much more famous creature of the night this time, Dracula. Nicholas Hoult plays his loyal servant tasked with bringing him humans to drain and might finally break the cycle of codependency with his narcissistic boss.
The latest from Hellbound and Train to Busan director Yeon Sang-ho is a science-fiction movie about a future in which humans decide their best chance for survival is to copy the brains and abilities of one of its greatest fighters into an army of robotic warriors. What could possibly go wrong? Coming to Netflix 1.20.2023.
Each year, editor Sleepy Skunk puts together a compilation edit of movie moments from the past 12 months. His 2022 trailer includes impactful scenes from The Batman, Everything Everywhere All at Once, Avatar: The Way of Water, Glass Onion, and many lesser-known titles. See if you can name them all.
Christopher Nolan wrote and directed this biographical thriller about the man known as the father of the atomic bomb, J. Robert Oppenheimer. Cillian Murphy leads a star-studded cast, with Matt Damon, Emily Blunt, Florence Pugh, Robert Downey, Jr., Rami Malek, and Kenneth Branagh. Shot in IMAX, it hits theaters on 7.21.23.
Producer Sam Raimi teamed up with A Quiet Place writers Scott Beck and Bryan Woods to create this sci-fi action film about an astronaut (Adam Driver) who crash-lands on a mysterious planet filled with dinosaurs. There, he and a lone child survivor face off against a real-world Jurassic Park. In theaters 3.10.23.
Giancarlo Esposito heads up the cast of this Netflix series about a master thief who assembles a crew to pull off a $7 billion heist. With its story unfolding over 25 years, the episodes stream in random order other than the finale. Each resulting sequence offers differing perspectives on the story. Drops 1.1.2023.
After being left to care for her 8-year-old niece, a roboticist decides she could use some help. So she programs her prototype toy robot to be her niece’s companion. Naturally, the thing goes nuts in this horror from writer/producer James Wan, the man behind Saw, Insidious, and The Conjuring. In theaters 1.6.2023.
(Spoilers) If you watched Andor season one, you know that it’s one of the best and most intelligent Star Wars stories yet. But Honest Trailers must have found something about the series to complain about, right? Or maybe they’ll just moan about all the other Star Wars stuff it’s better than.
HBO and the creator of Chernobyl take on the brilliant, bleak, and nightmarish video game The Last of Us. Pedro Pascal (The Mandalorian) and Bella Ramsay (Game of Thrones) find themselves partnered up as they try and survive a post-apocalyptic world filled with terrifying mutants and even worse humans. Premieres 1.15.2023.
It sounds like the title of a Tenacious D movie, but the first trailer for the fifth Indiana Jones movie looks pretty awesome. With director James Mangold at the helm (Logan, 3:10 to Yuma), expect incredible action and great storytelling. The main story unfolds in 1969, along with some de-aged flashback scenes. In theaters 6.30.23.
(PG-13: Language/Gore) Any movie with the tagline “On a rampage for blow and blood” can’t be all bad, right? This dark comedy is inspired by the insane true story of a drug runner whose plane crashed in the woods of Georgia, and the bear that ingested an insane amount of coke after finding a duffel bag filled with the drug.
Adam Driver, Greta Gerwig, and Don Cheadle star in this indie comedy about a modern family whose distracted and noise-filled existence is disrupted by an industrial accident. Based on the book by Don DeLillo, written for the screen and directed by Noah Baumbach. Coming to Netflix and theaters 12.30.22.
James Cameron goes all-in on CGI and 3D with the long-awaited sequel to Avatar. The Way of Water follows the continuing story of the Sully family as Jake, Neytiri, and their children battle to keep each other safe against a new series of threats from those who wish to exploit their world. Expect lots of underwater action this time.
It’s a story 13.8-billion years in the making, and there’s no better voice on Earth to tell it than Morgan Freeman. This epic, six-part documentary series explores the formation of our universe and the evolutionary events which created life as we know it. Drops 11.22.22 on Netflix.
After sending a signal into the Quantum Realm, Scott Lang, his daughter Cassie, Hope van Dyne, and her parents find themselves sucked into a strange, wonderful, and sometimes terrifying new universe that exists beneath ours. Along the way, they run into Marvel’s new super-baddie Kang the Conqueror. In theaters 2.17.2023.
This high-intensity reality competition show from Japan pits celebrity contestants against an army of hunters attempting to catch them on foot. The longer they evade their captors, the bigger the cash prize, but get caught and lose it all. Coming to Netflix 11.15.2022.
She-Hulk season one is over, and while it isn’t the greatest Marvel show ever, we got some good laughs from its self-referential humor. Screen Junkies offers up their smart-alecky critique of the show, including its lack of courtroom drama, Tatiana Maslany’s improbable dating problems, and its Deus ex Kevin Feige.
Sylvester Stallone stars in this fish-out-of-water TV drama from Taylor Sheridan (Yellowstone, 1883) and Terrence Winter (The Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire). It follows the story of a recently-released mafia capo who gets bounced from New York City to Tulsa, Oklahoma as his new territory. Coming to Paramount+ 11.13.22.