Time Cher: Stick is annoyed with the bi-annual time change and vents to Chubby. In a counter-argument, Chubby invokes the name of the world’s most famous diva and how she would defeat The Avengers.
This Week: Kevin takes some time to talk about the turmoil with DC properties following the abrupt cancellation of the Swamp Thing TV series. He also celebrates National Best Friends Day this weekend with a build-it-yourself Forky action figure from Toy Story 4. Then, he looks at new trailers for Rambo: Last Blood and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Later, he reviews the new films The Secret Life of Pets 2, Dark Phoenix, All Is True and The Souvenir. For the end, he talks box office and the Home-Cinema Round-Up, featuring Captain Marvel and The Entity.
This Week: Kevin starts things off with some movie news, then launches into some stuffy trailers for Downton Abbey and The Goldfinch. Later, he reviews the new films Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Rocketman and Ma. He also takes a look at Hulu’s new miniseries Catch-22 and a retro review of Colossus: The Forbin Project. After some box office, Kevin wraps things up with the Home-Cinema Round-Up, featuring Greta.
This Week: Kevin kicks off the show by looking at the hubbub over Season 8 of Game of Thrones and why the rage against the fanboys is ill-conceived. Then he moves onto the Trailer Park, where he looks at new spots for Abominable and The Terminator: Dark Fate. Finally, he launches into the movie reviews with a look at Brightburn, Book Smart and Aladdin. Then, he digs deeper into fanboy rage and why franchises shouldn’t neglect the true fans. Later, he moves into the box office and then checks out the Home-Cinema Round-Up with a spotlight on How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World.
This Week: The show begins with a nod to the passing of both Doris Day and Tim Conway. Then, Kevin discusses the possibilities of an R-Patz Batman. Later, he looks at new trailers for Midsommar and Maleficent: Mistress of Evil. Next, he moves onto reviews of John Wick 3: Parabellum, A Dog’s Journey, Trial By Fire, The Sun Is Also a Star and Wine Country. Finally, he wraps things up with the box office and a look at the Home-Cinema spotlight: Happy Death Day 2U.
This Week: Kevin starts the show with a look at the Disney release slate through the years of Avatar and Star Wars. Then he looks at new trailers for Watchmen and It: Chapter 2. Finally, he reviews Detective Pikachu, Poms, The Hustle, Tolkein and a look back at Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Finally, he finishes with a look at the box office and Scream and Scream Again.
This Week: Kevin starts the show with a fond farewell to Peter Meyhew, who passed away this week. Then he talks about the appropriateness of Endgame spoilers. Then he looks at new trailers for Crawl and Sonic the Hedgehog. Finally, he launches into reviews of Long Shot, Ugly Dolls, The Intruder, Sunset and a look back at Forbidden World. Finally, he wraps things up with a look at the box office and Tarantula!.
This Week: Kevin sounds off about the latest James Bond news, then takes a look at new trailers for Child’s Play and Gemini Man. Later, he reviews Avengers: Endgame, Unicorn Store, Night of the Lepus and Futureman. Then, he talks some box office and looks at the Home-Cinema Round-Up, featuring Glass and Mirai.
This Week: Kevin rages a bit about irresponsible parents who let their kids run amok in movie theaters. Then, he takes a look at new trailers for Hobbs & Shaw and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Later, he reviews The Curse of La Llorona, Penguins, High Life, Teen Spirit and Breakthrough. After looking at the box office, he heads into the Home-Cinema Round-Up with a spotlight on Scream Factory’s The Manitou and Superstition.
This Week: Kevin talks about the upcoming Grease prequel, then sounds off on JJ Abrams’ comments about The Last Jedi. After looking at trailers for The Lion King and The Addams Family, Kevin reviews Hellboy, Missing Link, Little and After. Then, along with some box office notes, he looks at the documentary Marwencol and how it relates to the Home-Cinema Round-Up spotlight on Welcome to Marwen.
This Week: Kevin looks at some casting news for the new Child’s Play remake and then talks about Jordan Peele’s controversial comments. Later, he looks at new trailers for The Dead Don’t Die and Joker. Next, he reviews the new films Shazam!, Pet Sematary, The Best of Enemies and The Aftermath as well as the first episode of CBS All Access’ The Twilight Zone. Then, after looking at the box office, he rolls into the Home-Cinema Round-Up with a spotlight on Mortal Engines.