This Week: Kevin wails at the sky and gnashes his teeth about the break-up of Brangelina. Boo hoo hoo! He also looks at some new genre trailers for both Christmas and next summer. Later in the show, he reviews The Magnificent Seven, Storks, The Hollars, I.T., Demon and Rob Zombie’s 31. Finally, as things wind down, he touts his box office awesomeness and offers a few home cinema recommendations.
This Week: Kevin runs through some geeky development news before becoming super horny while watching the trailer for Fifty Shades Darker. Later, he reviews a slate of new movies, including Snowden, Blair Witch, Bridget Jones’s Baby, Hillsong: Let Hope Rise, Finding Altamira and White Girl. He then wraps up the show with a look at the box office and some suggestions for the home cinema this weekend.
This Week: Kevin stares September in the face and dares it to show him its movies. September, of course, does not flinch, so he’s only had a chance to see a couple of them. (What might they be hiding.) Fortunately, he was able to see Sully as well as Complete Unknown and Our Little Sister. The films that hid from him this week are the sure-to-be-bad The Wild Life, When the Bough Breaks and The Disappointments Room. Kevin also takes a look at the encroachment of other holidays on Halloween, and later he talks about the box office and the home cinema recommendations.
This Week: Kevin celebrates Labor Day weekend with smaller movies as well as movies no one wants to see (including the studios, sometimes). After bidding a fond adieu to legendary comic genius Gene Wilder, he reviews The Light Between Oceans, Morgan, The Sea of Trees, Zoom, Germans & Jews and Breaking a Monster. He also offers some insight into this week’s box office and some home video selections people might enjoy. Happy Labor Day!