This Week: Kevin takes on hard-hitting news items by lashing out at both Doctor Who and Meryl Streep. Later, he reviews the new films Pan, He Named Me Malala, Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead, Peace Officer and Big Stone Gap. He also has a chance to chat with Paul Wilson, whose family was heavily involved in the development and production of Big Stone Gap. Finally, Kevin looks at the box office and gives some suggestions in the DVD Round-Up!
This Week: Kevin dives into the first episode of the show in Halloween season with a review of James Roday’s horror comedy Gravy along with an interview with Roday about the film. Of course, first he looks at the news and trailers, then reviews the other films of the week, including The Martian, The Walk, Sicario, Partisan and Sleeping with Other People. Then, after talking with James Roday, Kevin gives out his two cents on the box office and the movies to enjoy in the DVD Round-Up!
This Week: Before Kevin launches into the early sampling of horror movies (and horror-themed movies) in cinemas, he sounds off about The Muppets and the idiots in One Million Moms. Later, he reviews The Green Inferno, Wildlike, Hotel Transylvania 2, The Intern, Meet the Patels and Unbranded. Then, he pulls out his whip for the world-famous DVD Round-Up after rattling off his infallible box office predictions.
This Week: Kevin juggles a whirlwind of movie releases, choosing to review Black Mass, Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, Grandma, Queen of Earth, Slow Learners and Eden. Earlier in the show, he gives his take on some news about Doctor Who, Pacific Rim 2 and Fantastic 4 before looking at the latest trailer releases. Finally, as things wrap up, he gives his box office predictions and leads the audience in the world-famous DVD Round-Up!
On This Episode: Kevin and Joe take the upcoming 7th Annual Shock Around the Clock, the Ohio 24-Hour Horror Movie Marathon. They discuss the newly announced movies and a couple other marathon tidbits in regards to scheduling and planning the event.
This Week: Kevin continues with substandard September movies by reviewing M. Night Shyamalan’s new flick The Visit, the new Christian-based drama 90 Minutes in Heaven and the unscreened stinker The Perfect Guy. Kevin also shakes things up with reviews of Welcome to Leith, Listening and Contracted: Phase II. Of course, he also chats about some news, including the Batman take-over and Anne Hathaway’s hypocrisy, as well as box office analysis and the world-famous DVD Round-Up!