The episode in which Star Wars becomes the highest grossing domestic film of all time, Michael Bay returns to Transformers, Kevin Spacey becomes the chairman of Relativity, Kodak reintroduces Super 8, lots of new VR info, Aaron Sorkin is directing one of his scripts, Guillermo Del Toro might remake Fantastic Voyage, Netflix continues to make moves globally, M. Night is bringing Tales From the Crypt back, Max Landis making a detective show, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 shooting in 8K, Steve complains about IMAX image quality, plus 4K news from CES.
The week we mutually review an all time high four films together: Anomalisa (0:03:36), The Revenant (0:14:25), Slow West (0:32:28), and Mississippi Grind (0:39:41). Also on the docket are The Voices (0:50:49), Dances With Wolves (0:56:18), The Good Dinosaur – again, because I finally saw it (1:16:26), and The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes (1:31:21).
This shorter than usual episode where we continue to talk about Star Wars making box office history, Avatar 2 possibly coming Christmas 2017, The Hateful Eight screener that leaked before its release, deaths of stuntmen and the end of stunts, James Franco making a Lifetime movie, David Fincher teaming with Netflix again, Comcast rolling out gigabit internet, and the return of LCD Soundsystem.
The episode in which we mourn the recent passing of Wes Craven, the future of the Alien film universe, our reactions to fan service, movies being adapted to TV, IMAX releases, the next mega blockbuster, how the internet reacts to them post-release, and the interactive movie/choose your own adventure video games out there.