The May edition of Unfinished Business has arrived and this month, hosts Jeff Gallashaw and Andre’ Joseph review the latest MORTAL KOMBAT reboot from WarnerMedia. Also thoughts on the Oscars, the Marvel Cinematic Universe release dates, the Seth Rogen/James Franco Fallout, and brutally honest thoughts on trailers for Venom 2, Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard, and the latest Purge installment.

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Cinematic Talk – Ep.03

Episode Rundown:


Falcon and Winter Soldier Finale

Godzilla Vs. Kong

Mortal Kombat


Captain America 4 announced

Adam Wingard directing Thundercats movie

Russell Crowe playing Zeus in Thor: Love and Thunder

Oscar Thoughts

Robert Downey Jr. releases deleted scene from Avengers: Endgame

DC FanDome is Returning October 16, 2021


Mark Hamill appearing in Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special?

Godzilla vs Kong sequel SON OF KONG in talks?

Michael B. Jordan to play black Superman?

Punisher to appear future Spiderman movie


Dexter new season teaser Trailer

Equal Standard Trailer

Coming Soon

G.I. Joe: Snake Eyes Spin-off Movie (Figure pics released)

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Cinematic Talk – Ep.02

In this episode we talk about the following trailers: Army of The Dead Trailer, Ms. Marvel Trailer, Loki Trailer, Fast & Furious 9 Trailer, Shang-Chi Trailer, Mortal Kombat Trailer, The Suicide Squad, 2nd Trailer What If? Trailer.

If you missed the first episode, watch it below:

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The Silver Screen Action Figure Podcast – Video Game Based Movies

The Silver Screen Action Figure Podcast returns from a lengthy hiatus to deliver a new episode about toys based on Video Game-based movies (Some tongue twister!). We look at the difficult beginnings of the trend with SUPER MARIO BROS followed by STREET FIGHTER and MORTAL KOMBAT. There are even mentions of other gaming classics adapted to the screen including TOMB RAIDER and DOOM to name a few. We also briefly review the recent release of the SONIC THE HEDGEHOG film adaptation!

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Oliver Harper’s Retrospectives & Reviews

We don’t often plug other websites and podcasts besides The CineFiles and CosBlog. But in this case, I highly recommend any movie lover to check out Oliver Harper and his retrospective/reviews covering cult films and popular movies for his YouTube channel. He’s not the typical internet celebrity who pokes fun at a film’s flaws. Instead, he tackles the backstories behind the films, special effects techniques, soundtracks, and most unique of all the video game tie-ins! So much of what he does in his work reminds me of how I got started in filmmaking.

Oliver also does running commentary videos with his pals Richard Jackson and an amazing working actor named Duncan Casey. The time they put into dissecting a bad movie can be highly entertaining to watch!

Here are Oliver’s links to see his work:

Website – http://www.olivers-retrospectives.com/
Patreon for early access to reviews & commentaries – http://www.patreon.com/oliverharper
YouTube Channel – http://www.youtube.com/user/ollyh82
Lets Play Channel – http://www.youtube.com/user/retropodcasts

I highly recommend his new Back to the Future retrospective:

And his commentary on the Roger Corman-produced Fantastic Four movie from 1994: