This Week: Kevin takes aim at a couple things in this episode, namely backwards-minded studios who still think that reviewers only have an audience in the city where they live. But before his rants about that, he talks about some news and moves into the reviews of Guardians of the Galaxy, Get on Up, I Origins, Life Itself and the ambitious but disappointing Boyhood. Kevin also ponders whether dumb action movies with women are still okay for feminism and what you can pick up on DVD and Blu-ray this week.
On This Episode: For the fourth installment of the Marathon Chat, Fat Guy Kevin Carr and known jock-ass Joe Neff turn away from the marathon tradition to talk about the upcoming Rockpocalypse all-night movie event at the Drexel Theater in beautiful downtown Bexley, Ohio, on August 2 starting at 9 pm and running past dawn. At this event, there will be four cheesy pop music films, featuring everything from doing the Freddie to staying at the YMCA. Titles include Cuckoo Patrol, The Day the Music Died, Can’t Stop the Music and Incident at Channel Q. Kevin and Joe also talk a little bit more about the upcoming Shock Around the Clock 24-hour Horror Movie Marathon in October, including some teases as to what might be in the rest of the line-up. (Of course, if you come to Rockpocalypse, you might be the first people on the planet to learn the truth of this one.) Pray for a cameo from YoGorilla!
This Week: Kevin gets set to offend the women in the audience for dissing the new trailer for Fifty Shades of Grey. For good measure, he also has a few things to say about the trailer for Dear White People just in case there aren’t enough people mad at him. But first, he explains why he doesn’t go to the San Diego Comic-Con, then talks about some news from the event. Later, he reviews the new movies Hercules, Lucy, And So It Goes and Wish I Was Here before also giving his final thoughts on Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Then, he’s left with box office and the DVD Round-Up before riding off into the sunset.
This Week: Kevin continues to report live from the Jerusalem Film Festival, giving his full wrap-up from the amazing events. After reflecting on the ins and outs of Israeli cinema, Kevin focuses on the Trailer Park before moving into the major movie reviews, which includes Sex Tape, The Purge: Anarachy and Planes: Fire and Rescue. Kevin also reviews some of the key films from the Jerusalem Film Festival, as well as talking about the short films exhibited there. Finally, Kevin looks at the box office and eventually wraps things up with the world-famous DVD Rundown.
This Week: Kevin does the show this week from the city of Jerusalem, Israel, where he is covering the Jerusalem Film Festival. Because the festival is just kicking off and the gala opening was postponed a week for security reasons, there is little to report aside from the wonder of the foreign city an what it has to offer. A full report will be on deck for next week, discussing the growth and impact of Israeli cinema. In the mean time, Kevin previews Boyhood and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes while reviewing The Class of ’92 in honor of the World Cup. Kevin also chats about some release and MPAA news before giving his take on the 17-minute preview of The Guardians of the Galaxy. Finally, he wraps things up with a look at the box office and the world-famous DVD Round-Up!
This Week: Kevin wishes everyone a happy 4th of July weekend by chewing through some TV news and looking ahead to a couple new trailers. He also looks at this week’s new movies: Tammy, Earth to Echo, Deliver Us from Evil and Heatstroke. Later in the show, Kevin plays a hilarious voice mail, analyzes the box office shenanigans around Transformers: Age of Extinction, then leads into the world-famous DVD Round Up.