This Week: Kevin continues with his month of horror movies for October, but not before weighing in on the news of the week, including silly claims by Kevin Smith, reboot news, why Netflix’s new deals aren’t that new, and why he is totally okay with the new direction of Twilight. Then, it’s off to review the new films: Annabelle, Gone Girl, Left Behind, Stephen King’s A Good Marriage and The Two Faces of January. Kevin also wraps things up with the box office and the world-famous DVD Round-up! Boo times two!
This Week: Kevin jumps the gun this week in anticipation for a horror-movie-filled October (which doesn’t actually start until next week). Still, that doesn’t stop him from planning all of his scary movie watching. However, before he does that, he looks at some odd and disappointing movie news, then reviews the new movies of the week: The Equalizer, The Boxtrolls, The Skeleton Twins and Love Is Strange. Later, amid the horror movie plans, he also looks at the box office and the DVDs and Blu-rays available this week. Boo!
This Week: Kevin juggles a ton of movies this week, most of which should have come out in previous weeks when the schedule was lighter. He talks about some low-key movie news before rattling into the reviews of The Maze Runner, A Walk Among the Tombstones, This Is Where I Leave You, Tusk and The Zero Theorem. Then he rolls into the box office and DVDs, all in all a busy week in the Magical Studio in the Sky.
This Week: Kevin pulls back the veil on his swanky job as a movie reviewer and gives the audience some keen insight on what happens when a studio doesn’t want an audience to see its movie (cough… cough… No Good Deed). He also talks about how smaller independent companies market their movies that have a proven track record of audiences staying away (cough… cough… Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt?). And then there’s reviews of The Drop, Dolphin Tale 2 and Life After Beth as well. Kevin also talks movie news (mostly superhero stuff), eulogizes Richard Kiel, answers another listener question, looks at new trailers, examines last week’s box office and recommends some DVDs and Blu-rays.