This Week: Kevin starts off the show with an appropriate reaction to the theater shooting last week and whether this should lead to metal detectors in movie theaters. (Spoiler alert: it doesn’t, and that suggestion stemmed from vulturous media outlets trying to get readers and web hits in the wake of a tragedy.) Then, after the trailer park, Kevin reviews Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, Vacation, Infinitely Polar Bear, A Lego Brickumentary and The Stanford Prison Experiment. Finally, he gives his unique take on the box office and offers up some DVD recommendations.
On This Episode: Kevin and Joe continue the history of the Columbus marathons, including the missing Science Fiction marathon, the Psychorama Film Festival and the others at Studio 35. This includes the marathon that never took place and the classic guest Joe Bob Briggs.
This Week: Kevin begins the show with a Fat Guys Sound-Off about overzealous political causes that devour their allies and how it relates to 80s cinema. After getting a little excited about the trailer for Spectre, Kevin then launches into the reviews of Pixels, Southpaw, Paper Towns, Testament of Youth and A Murder in the Park. Later in the show, Kevin gives his low-down on the box office as well as his DVD recommendations before sending you on your merry way.
This Week: Kevin launches into the mid-point of summer movie season by celebrating a new Marvel movie. But first, he reacts to some minor Comic-Con news and looks at the DC Cinematic Universe trailers for Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad. Later in the show, he reviews Ant-Man, Trainwreck, Mr. Holmes and the Syfy movie Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! before looking the listener recommended Torch Song Trilogy. Finally, he gives his sure-fire-accurate box office predictions and offers some recommendations in the DVD Round-Up!
This Week: Kevin swerves away from the quagmire of Comic-Con coverage and gives his thoughts on everything from the death of Amanda Peterson to the upcoming solo Han Solo Star Wars Anthology movie. He also talks about new trailers, including the sure-to-be-Oscar-winning Sharktopus vs. Whalewolf. Later he reviews the new movies, including Minions, Self/Less, The Gallows, Amy and Stung. Finally, he has a talk with Amy producer James Gay-Rees before talking about the box office and the world-famous DVD Round-Up!