On This Episode: Kevin speaks with Mitch Davis, writer and director of The Stray.
This Week: Kevin pulls out some old Playboys to say good-bye to Hugh Hefner before ranting about the compartmentalization of streaming services. Later, after looking at the new and depressing trailers for the week, he reviews American Made, Flatliners, ‘Til Death Do Us Part, The Battle of the Sexes, Woodshock, Literally Right Before Aaron and Gerald’s Game. Finally, he wraps things up with a look at the Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Blu-ray before diving into his October movie-watching mode.
This Week: Kevin says good-bye to both Harry Dean Stanton and Bernie Casey before aiming the news at the F Cinemascore of Mother! Later, he drops some trailers, then reviews Kingsman: The Golden Circle, The LEGO Ninjago Movie, Friend Request, The Trip to Spain and Little Evil. Finally, he wraps things up with a mea culpa to Gal Gadot and her excellent superhero movie Wonder Woman, now available on Blu-ray.
This Week: Kevin opens the show with a look at the MoviePass conundrum, then offers some viewing suggestions for passed horror legends. Later, he previews All I See Is You, American Assassin and Mother! before reviewing PattiCake$, Against the Night, Rat Film and Menashe. He wraps things up with a look at Tom Cruise’s problematic Mummy Blu-ray before getting set to dive into October horror movies.
This Week: Kevin floats into the Magical Studio in the Sky to talk about the new Pennywise in Stephen King’s It! He also invites his coulrophobic son Liam to talk about evil clowns. Other films covered include 9/11, Home Again, Anti-Matter, Rememory and the Death Note remake. Finally, as panic subsides from the red balloons filling the studio, Kevin and Liam dive into the Home-Cinema round-up with a spotlight on Clowntergeist! You’ll float too!
This Week: Kevin says good-bye to legendary Texas Chain Saw Massacre director Tobe Hooper in yet another loss to the horror movie world. After looking at some more news and trailers for the week, he trudges into the slumping Labor Day box office with reviews of Tulip Fever, A Boy Called Po, Unlocked, Goon: The Last of the Enforcers, I Do… Until I Don’t and Jackals. Finally, he wraps things up with a look back at the original Close Encounters of the Third Kind with some other home cinema suggestions.
This Week: Kevin offers a farewell to legendary comedian Jerry Lewis, then talks about the differences between developing the Star Wars franchise and the DC Extended Universe franchise. After looking at some upcoming horror movie trailers, Kevin launches into reviews of Leap!, Good Time, Birth of the Dragon, 13 Minutes and Unleashed. As things wrap up, he interviews Unleashed star Kate Micucci, talks about the box office and spotlights Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2 in the Home-Cinema Round-Up!
This Week: Kevin starts out the show by venting about Nazis, the KKK and white supremacists. He also pulls a clip from last year in which he denounced the Nazis, upset this has to happen again. Then, to ease the anger, he offers a Fat Guy Five which includes five cathartic films to watch to denounce white supremacy. Later, he reviews the new films The Hitman’s Bodyguard, Logan Lucky, Brigsby Bear and In This Corner of the World. Finally, the wrap up the show, he features a vintage review from 2015 for Welcome to Leith and looks at The Descendants 2 in the Home Cinema Round-Up!
This Week: Kevin takes a look at the state of streaming services before launching into the trailer park with anticipation of two fall releases. Later, he previews The Glass Castle and The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature (because Hollywood is scared of the bad reviews of these films) before reviewing Annabelle: Creation, Pilgrimage, Detroit and An Inconvenient Sequel. Finally, he wraps things up with a speed test through the box office and the Home Cinema Round-Up!
This Week: Kevin says good-bye to Sam Shepard, then offers his thoughts on the social justice warriors complaining about the lack of women in War for the Planet of the Apes and Dunkirk. After looking at some trailers, he reviews the films The Dark Tower, Kidnap, Lycan and Capps Crossing. Finally, he talks about the box office and looks back at the Indiana Jones films in the Home-Cinema Round-Up!
This Week: Kevin wraps up his celebrity death eulogies with memories of John Heard and June Foray. Later, after looking at some new trailers, he reviews The Emoji Movie, Atomic Blonde, A Ghost Story and Landline. Finally, he answers a couple listener questions, takes a look at the box office and then offers a look at the new Slither Blu-ray in the Home Cinema Round-Up.
This Week: Kevin starts off the show with a sad farewell to two film legends: George Romero and Martin Landau. Later, after looking at some new trailers, he reviews the new movies Dunkirk, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, Girls Trip and Maudie. Finally, he gives his thoughts on the new Doctor Who before taking a look at the box office and the Home Cinema Round-Up, featuring a look at Kong: Skull Island.
This Week: Kevin comes off a week of travel to look at some James Bond news, causing him to rage out about how terrible of a choice Christopher Nolan would be to direct an installment of that series. Later, he takes a look at the latest season of Doctor Who before giving a retrospective on The Planet of the Apes. Finally, at the end, he wraps things up with a comic book review of Shirtless Bear-Fighter! and a look back at Smokey and the Bandit.
This Week: Kevin spins his own web of movie reviewing excellence, but first he starts off with a reality check about the success of Baby Driver. Later, he reviews Spider-Man: Homecoming, The Little Hours, The Hero and Netflix’s Okja. Later, he grinds through the box office numbers and gives his thoughts on the Graham Chapman film Yellowbeard before rattling off the new video releases this week.