Feb 25, 2017
Get Out; Collide; Rock Dog; Han Solo picture; Academy Awards
predictions; Batman director and Nightwing movie; GOT meets
Inhumans and Predator; Alien Covenant; Castle Rock series; The
Discovery; Between The Cracks: Schitt$ Creek.
- GET OUT: The new horror movie from Jordan
Peele is receiving stellar reviews. Ryan believes it's one of the
best horror movies to come out in a long time and gives a
- WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: The rest of the
movies this weekend are a little underwhelming, with Collide and
- HAN SOLO SET PICTURE: We received our
first look of the cast of the upcoming young Han Solo movie. Is it
enough to generate excitement for the risky film by Disney?
- ACADEMY AWARDS: We bring on DT Movie
Buff, Rob Oster to discuss the upcoming awards. Ryan and Rob each
give their predictions and commentary on the films and actors.
- BATMAN DIRECTOR and NIGHTWING MOVIE?: Yet
another week, yet another director out to head the Batman movie.
However, developments are under way for a possible Nightwing
- GOT CAST GET CAST: Iwan Rheon, who played the
pure evil Ramsay on Game of Thrones is now joining Marvel's
Inhumans, as Maximus the Mad. Also, Alfie Allen aka Theon Greyjoy
is joining the growing cast of actors in the upcoming Predator
- ALIEN COVENANT: The sequel to Prometheus
and the prequel to Alien released a 5 minute prologue this week. We
learned a little more about the cast and get a sneak peak at what's
in store for the latest movie in the franchise.
- CASTLE ROCK: Stephen King is teaming up with
JJ Abrams again, with a very exciting series called Castle Rock,
for Hulu. Purportedly the series will tie in all of the many books
and movies that reference the Maine town.
- THE DISCOVERY: This intriguing movie is
set in the near future, where a Doctor has discovered proof of the
afterlife. It's coming to Netflix in May, with a fully loaded
- BETWEEN THE CRACKS: SCHITT$
CREEK: This series is funny and charming,
starring Eugene Levy and some of his real life family members. It's
light, with a great cast and definitely worth checking out.