This Week: It’s time to talk turkey, and to talk turkeys, and to talk movie turkeys. Kevin Carr is happy to oblige. But first, he rattles through some casting, directing and trailer news before leading into the blockbuster trailer park to look at Cinderella and Jurassic World. Later in the show, Kevin reviews Horrible Bosses 2, Penguins of Madagascar and The Babadook, also giving his recommendations for the best turkeys to watch over the long Thanksgiving weekend. Finally, Kevin wraps things up with a Mockingjay box office analysis and the world famous DVD Round-Up! Gobble gobble!
This Week: This week, Kevin is hanging up his bow and arrow for mightier weapons, and he’s going to war with the Capital… or at least he will start to until next year when things can rightfully conclude. Kevin takes aim at The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part I, The Theory of Everything, Rosewater and V/H/S: Viral. However, before that commences, he weighs in on some news, particularly the Bill Cosby hullabaloo. Later in the show, Kevin answers a listener question and then makes his hefty box office predictions before rattling through some DVD and Blu-ray recommendations. Then, it’s on to the Hunger Games… next year.
This Week: Kevin charges through the chilly Thanksgiving season by serving up a smorgasbord of movies to review, including Dumb and Dumber To, Beyond the Lights, Beside Still Waters and Wolves. But first, he looks at a smaller smorgasbord of frustrating and confusing superhero news, as well as considering who he would like to mace in a movie theater. Later, he delivers a backlash to the backlash to the backlash against Christopher Nolan and Interstellar before chewing through the box office and some DVD recommendations.
On This Episode: For the seventh installment of the Marathon Chat, Kevin Carr and Joe Neff recap the 666th Annual Shock Around the Clock horror movie marathon at the Drexel Theater. Then they talk about the upcoming 32nd Annual Sci-Fi Movie Marathon in March. They also talk about various other subjects, like Interstellar spoilers, inconsistent wind and the intricacies of movie sound.
This Week: Kevin flies off into space to catch the first big blockbusters of the holiday movie season. He confront’s Matthew McConaugheyhey’s cry-face as well as joining up with robotically-enhanced superheroes. After taking some frustrations out on the sociopath Lena Dunham, he looks at some anticipated trailers before heading into the movies reviews of Big Hero 6, Listen Up Philip, Laggies and Interstellar. Later, he looks at the larger debate of film versus video before talking box office and DVD selections for the week.