The Last Jedi meaning; Weekend Box Office: Resident Evil; Gold; I Am Michael; LA LA Land Oscar roundup; The Flash Movie; X-Men on TV; Rampage video game movie; Apocalypse Now video game; The Man In The High Castle; I Am Not A Serial Killer
- THE LAST JEDI: We finally have the name of the upcoming Episode VIII in the Star Wars franchise. What does it mean for Luke Skywalker, Rey and company? We cover various fan theories and a few of our own.
- WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Resident Evil The Final Chapter is out, as the major release of this weekend. Films getting subsequent wider releases are Gold, starring Matthew McConaughey, plus I Am Michael, with James Franco and Zachary Quinto.
- LA LA LAND: The Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone movie just got a much wider release after receiving a record-tying 14 OSCAR NOMINATIONS. We cover a bit of it and take a look at the rest of the major nominations from the Academy.
- THE FLASH MOVIE: DC's Justice League is out later this year, but the solo film for one of the main stars has been delayed again. Word is that the studio has ordered the current script scrapped, and wants a complete re-write for The Flash.
- X-MEN ON TV: Legion is set to premier soon, but it won't be the only X-Men TV franchise. Bryan Singer and Simon Kinberg are producin another X-Men series for FX.
- VIDEO GAME TO MOVIE TO VIDEO GAME: Arcade classic Rampage, will be heading to the big screen, starring The Rock. Conversely, Apocalypse Now will be heading to a video game, thanks to a Francis Ford Coppola Kickstarter. Which franchises do you think should make the leap to the other platform?
- THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE: The Amazon series based on the Philip K. Dick novel takes place in an America where the Germans and Japanese won WWII. It's renewed for a Season 3 and we give you a rundown of what the series is actually all about.
- BETWEEN THE CRACKS: I AM NOT A SERIAL KILLER: Is it a horror, or a comedy, or a horror-comedy? Whatever you want to call it, this film is nothing, if not original. We think it's one you need to check out on Netflix.