Still reeling from the loss of Gamora, Peter Quill rallies his team to defend the universe and one of their own – a mission that could mean the end of the Guardians if not successful in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. The two wild ravagers Logan and Henry return from Knowhere to review the final film in the James Gunn Marvel trilogy.
“Among those looking to survive in a tumultuous Andromeda galaxy are the newly incorporated “heroes for hire”, the Guardians of the Galaxy, who all hope to make quick money during their adventurous wanderings around the galaxy”
Lebron James leads the Toon Squad as they go up against Don Cheadle and the Goon Squad. Is Space Jam: A New Legacy a slam dunk or another bad Lebron flop? Find out as the boys are back to review the film, now in theaters and streaming exclusively on HBO Max.
Henry Hill and Logan Myerz spend Halloween fondly remembering all of Uncle Jason Voorhees most spectacular and brutal kills in the Friday the 13th franchise. Thanks for following us on this spooky October adventure and supporting us throughout the month. We’ll be back next October for more ’31 Days of Horror.’ Stay safe out there and Happy Halloween! 🎃🪦👻☠️🐈⬛😷🔪🍬🍭
Happy October Friends! We’re kicking off ’31 Days of Horror’ with Stephen Kings directorial debut and cocaine fueled Maximum Overdrive starring Emilio Estevez. Stay tuned for more horror movie reviews hitting our website and YouTube channel all month long.
Armando Iannucci returns to HBO with Avenue 5, a Hugh Laurie-fronted futuristic comedy about a disaster in space. Today, Logan Myerz reviews the pilot episode titled ‘I Was Flying.’ New episodes are released every Sunday on HBO!
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“Space captain Ryan Clark of the Avenue 5 tries to get along with others in the space tourism industry.”
Stanley Kubrick’s film 2001: A Space Odyssey, was groundbreaking because it took viewers on a miraculous journey that displayed revolutionary film making. It also inspired countless directors and writers to create films of similar nature, with its beautiful visuals and psychedelic nature, that were either were respectful imitators or just flat out disasters. James Gray, who brought us the severely underrated 2016 The Lost City of Z, has now directed a space film that has hints of Kubrick. Does his film soar like a rocket or get lost in space?