This Week: Kevin battens down the hatches for the onslaught of terrible Labor Day Weekend movies, including A Walk in the Woods and The Transporter Refueled. He also bids a fond farewell to legendary horror movie director Wes Craven. Later, he reviews the other films of the week, including Mistress America, The Diary of a Teenage Girl, Bloodsucking Bastards and Jimmy’s Hall. Finally, he wraps things up with daring box office predictions and the world-famous DVD Round-Up!
Kevin’s picks on DVD this week:Mystery-Science Theater 3000: Vol. 1 (Bloodlust!, The Creeping Terror, The Skydivers, Catalina Caper), Mad Max: Fury Road, Castle: Season 7, The League: Season 6 and New Girl: Season 4
Stinker of the week:Steven Seagal 8-Movie Collection
At Fat Guys at the Movies, we are saddened by the passing of legendary director Wes Craven. As a look back at his life, here is an interview Kevin Carr did with him and his son Jonathan in 2007 before the release of their collaboration The Hills Have Eyes 2.
This Week: Kevin gives a quick analysis of why Max Landis has gotten it all wrong about why people didn’t go see American Ultra last week. He also talks about some development news about the DC Cinematic Universe and the potential box office of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Later in the show, he launches into reviews of We Are Your Friends, No Escape, Z for Zachariah, Digging for Fire and the 80s post-apocalyptic homage that is Turbo Kid! Finally, he discusses the slower August box office and gives some recommendations in the world-famous DVD Round-Up!
This Week: Kevin takes a few minutes to address the backlash to the success of Straight Outta Compton before dealing his own form of backlash to a celebrity who wants to be the new Doctor Who. Later, Kevin reviews American Ultra, Sinister 2, Hitman: Agent 47, The End of the Tour and Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet before moving into the box office news and his world-famous DVD Round-Up!