Inspired by Andrzej Sapkowski’s award-winning fantasy books, this Netflix series stars Henry Cavill as monster hunter Geralt, who uses his supernatural powers and fighting skills to take down bad guys. But he finds that the most frightening creatures aren’t always evil, and the worst monsters are often the humans around him.
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The King’s Man starts out looking like a great WWI action drama. But by the end, you’ll come to realize that this film has way more to do with Kingsman than you might first think. Stars Ralph Fiennes, Gemma Arterton, Rhys Ifans, Matthew Goode, Tom Hollander, Harris Dickinson, Daniel Brühl, Djimon Hounsou, and Charles Dance.
(PG-13) Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes return to the roles that put them on the map, with this politically incorrect sequel that goes completely meta by setting its main characters on a quest to prevent the comic book movie about Bluntman and Chronic from being rebooted by greedy Hollywood producers.
33 years after the release of the flyboy classic, Maverick is back, and he’s got no plans to give up his love of flying fighter jets despite unmanned drones horning in on his action. Tom Cruise looks as good as ever as he flies fancy jets, and helps mentor Goose’s son, played by Miles Tiller.
For the latest season of Jerry Seinfeld’s automotive interview show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, he’s joined by Eddie Murphy, Seth Rogen, Melissa Villaseñor, Ricky Gervais, Jamie Foxx, Martin Short, Matthew Broderick, and more big stars and amazing cars. Drops 7/19/19 on Netflix.
After teaming up for the wild and hilarious Men in Black, Will Smith and director Barry Sonnenfeld thought maybe they could make magic in the Wild Wild West. Instead, they just made a wild wild mess. Screen Junkies roasts the hell out of this 1999 dud, which fortunately was not an indicator of the quality of anyone’s future projects.
YouTuber Journey’s End celebrates the 30th anniversary of Tim Burton’s Batman by giving it a retro-style black and white trailer reminiscent of the crime dramas of the 1930s and 1940s. The addition of music from The Big Sleep and Double Indemnity completes the effect. Here’s the rare original trailer for comparison.
(PG-13: Language) Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, Jamie Lee Curtis, Toni Collette, Michael Shannon, Christopher Plummer and more big names star in this lighthearted murder mystery from director Rian Johnson – the man behind the Looper and The Last Jedi. If there’s one thing this Clue style whodunit proves is Johnson is no one-trick pony.
In this offbeat psychological horror flick from cult director Richard Bates Jr. (Excision, Trash Fire), a woman leaves the city to get away from it all, but it turns out the man she rents her country vacation house from has decided that the time is right to explore his darkest tendencies. Robert Patrick and Amanda Crew star.
Benedict Cumberbatch, and Michael Shannon, and Nicholas Hoult star as rivals Thomas Edison, George Westinghouse, and Nikola Tesla as they battle to control the distribution of electric power in the late 19th century. It looks compelling, but picture was shot back in 2017, then delayed, so that’s our only concern.
(Spoilers) After helping Netflix launch its awesome catalog of original programming back in 2013, Orange Is the New Black is coming to an end. The final season spends more time outside of Litchfield Prison than ever before as one of the show’s main characters struggles to return to her “normal” life. Drops 7/26/19.
Daniel Kaluuya, Jodie Turner-Smith, Bokeem Woodbine and Chloë Sevigny lead off a fantastic cast in this drama about a couple who get pulled over by a cop on their first date, and end up being responsible for the officer’s death – but was it a criminal act or self-defense? Drops 11/27/19, just in time for Oscar season.
After numerous requests to do Honest Trailers for individual Marvel movies, Screen Junkies smashed the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe into a single clip. Along the way they trash just about every trope, from the confusion of magic, science, and technology, to daddy issues, to their obsession with ’70s and ’80s pop culture.
LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is an action adventure game that takes place across all nine Star Wars films, modified of course with more whimsy and humor. You’ll be able to jump to any movie setting and progress as you wish. Coming to consoles and Windows in 2020.
Learn about the origin of Batman’s faithful butler, Alfred Pennyworth, in this upcoming Epix series. Set in the 1960’s, the show sees Alfred leaving the British special forces to form a security company. This leads him to work with Bruce’s father, Thomas Wayne. Premieres 7/28/19.
Now grown up, Dan Torrance is still haunted by that year he spent at the Overlook Hotel, and retains his psychic abilities. He meets a young girl who also has “the shining”, which makes her a target of a cult who feeds on gifted children. Ewan MacGregor stars in this adaptation of Stephen King’s sequel to The Shining.
With Ronald D. Moore at the helm, it looks like Apple scored a big win for its Apple TV+ streaming service. For All Mankind is a sci-fi drama series set in an alternate reality where the Soviets beat the United States to the first manned moon mission, continuing the two countries’ space race.
Brad Pitt stars as an astronaut who pursued his career because he idolized his father, who left on a mission to Neptune to discover extraterrestrial life and has not come back. Now the son is tasked to search for his father, but not for a peaceful reunion. Premieres 9/20/19.
Netflix’s documentary is about a wildly popular Brazilian TV show host. Wallace Souza claimed he started an anti-crime show to help people. He would go on to parlay his show’s popularity to become a politician. But investigations allege that he was more criminal than savior.
Matt Damon stars as Carroll Shelby, and Christian Bale plays race car driver Ken Miles in director James Mangold’s (Walk the Line, Logan) true story about how two upstarts took on massive obstacles to go up against Enzo Ferrari’s dominant team at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1966.
(Gore) “We get dirty, the world stays clean.” Infinity Ward and Activision reimagine Call of Duty: Modern Warfare for the present day. The game promises a riveting single-player campaign, as well as co-op modes and online multiplayer. Drops 10/25/19.
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