Stephen King closes Castle Rock, Mario get his first remaster while we get the last ever F-Zero, looking back on when MTV's award shows were can't-miss entertainment, John Cusack hunts humans, Power Rangers turns 30, Mel Gibson's directorial debut, and Bruce Cambell's biggest post-Ash role was too good for TV
The end of of Edgar Wright's Cornetto Trilogy, the greatest debut in the history of professional wrestling, the movie most worthy of cancelation stars Lisa Kurdrow and isn't the two directed by Woody Allen, and John Woo comes to American.
Aug. 11-17: Laurence Fishburne plays chess, Robert Downey Jr. is haunted, Brittney Murphy moves uptown, Kevin Costner returns to the west, Kick-Ass rides again, Breaking Bad’s endgame begins, Paw Patrol rescues your kids’ boredom and Duck Tales and Futurama are back…again. All that and more on our weekly report on the state of 30, 20, and 10 years ago!
Aug. 4-10: The last action rocket, Fry sells his soul to the Robot Devil, heavy metal murder, a Black superhero hit by a meteor, Deadpool spins off, too many TV adaptations, no one calls it The OC, Dane Cook flies, Jason Sudeikis and Jennifer Aniston’s road trip, a zom rom com, and magic gets gathered. All that and more this week 30, 20 and 10 years ago!
Mel Brooks introduces the world to Dave Chappelle, 2 Guns is 2 inessential, the rise of Mario Golf, Miyazaki's second to last retirement, Mike Meyers steps out of Wayne's World, Rising Sun is too racist for 1993, and Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck's offscreen relationship ignites one of the biggest bombs in movie history. All that and more this week 30, 20 and 10 years ago!
[Apologies for the audio quality this week]