Picture this: You’re sitting at home at 8 o’clock on a Friday night. You’re too tired from the week to leave the house but you’re not ready to go to bed. Turning on the TV, you begin to scroll through Netflix, and a movie you’ve never seen before pops up.
Last fall, fans had plenty to say about Superman’s now infamous CGI upper lip in “Justice League.” To summarize, the actor playing Superman, Henry Cavill, was called back for reshoots, but at the time he was also working on “Mission: Impossible – Fallout,” for which he had grown a mustache.
Mr. Gene and I are back to give our opinions of Kingsman: The Golden Circle. How did Harry come back from the dead? Who the hell is Poppy? Did The Statesman rule or drool? Is the sequel to Kingsman: The Secret Service worth your time? Check out this podcast to find
By Ashley Pauls Box Office Buzz We’re used to Bond, Bourne and the “Mission Impossible” team: modern cinematic spies who rely on cutting-edge technology to uncover secrets and bring down criminal organizations. The battlefield is often a digital one, and the side with the better technology is more likely to
By Ashley Pauls Box Office Buzz After almost 20 years and five movies, it seems inevitable that a franchise would start running out of steam. However, that certainly isn’t the case with “Mission: Impossible.” The latest chapter in the spy franchise, “Rogue Nation,” feels just as fresh and exciting as
By Ashley Bergner Box Office Buzz It’s been more than a decade since CIA analyst Jack Ryan last appeared on the big screen. The character — created by military thriller author Tom Clancy — has been played, at times, by Alec Baldwin and Harrison Ford, and was last seen in
By Ashley Bergner Box Office Buzz Are secret agents like James Bond still relevant, or are they relics of the Cold War era, no longer as necessary in a world controlled by technology, where hackers can access information from anywhere in the world using a computer in their living room?
SECRET AGENT X IS BACK! Airship 27 Productions has announced that volume 4 of the publisher’s Secret Agent X anthology series is now available for purchase. This volume includes the story “Mountain Men of the Lost Valley,” written by ESO co-host Bobby Nash.
By Ashley Bergner, Box Office Buzz Although “trust no one” is one of the most common pieces of advice given to characters in spy films, the truth is that the best spies actually aren’t the ones who refuse to trust anyone. Rather, the best spies are the ones who are