September 2013 Rotten Tomatoes and Box Office Estimates, Spader as Ultron, Dallas Buyers Club Trailer, The Worlds End Review

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Welcome to September! Leaves are changing, students head back to school, and a notable lull falls over local movie theaters. But, in the gap between blockbusters and bait for Oscars, the GeekScholars Movie News podcast is once again your guide on which movies to seek out, and which ones you may want to to skip.

With that, the GeekScholars proudly release their September 2013 Rotten Tomatoes and Opening Weekend Box Office estimates for:

  • Riddick
  • Insidious: Chapter 2
  • The Family
  • Prisoners
  • Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2
  • Rush
  • Don Jon

Hit the jump for what else you can find on this week’s show!

Plus, the crew engages a full discussion on the news that James Spader will play the lead antagonist, Ultron, in Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron, including a rundown of everything you need to know about the character.

Finally, the show caps off with a glowing Preview Review of Dallas Buyers Club, a true story about a man attempting to procure HIV/AIDS medication, starring Matthew McConaughey, and a proper spoiler-free review of The Worlds End.