This Week: Kevin rings in the new year with some new news that’s really old news. This would be the hubbub about a potential black James Bond. Kevin also analyzes what the high-grossing VOD numbers mean for The Interview as well as VOD potential in general. Then, he rattles through some early-year trailers and heads into the movie reviews. New films reviewed include The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death, [REC]4: Apocalypse, A Most Violent Year and a better-late-than-never review of The Interview. Later in the show, Kevin gives a tease of his 10 Best and 10 Worst Films of 2014 before offering some box office mojo and the world-famous (but very thin) DVD Round-Up! Happy 2015!
This Week: Because Kevin was so incensed by the actions of Sony and North Korea last week, he couldn’t enjoy any Christmas spirit. So, since it’s still technically Christmas weekend, he’s celebrating with all of you, as if you were his estranged in-laws. After talking more about Sony, the President and North Korea, Kevin talks some more movie news before looking at the trailers for some March releases. Then, he reviews Into the Woods, Big Eyes, Unbroken, The Gambler and Two Days, One Night. Later, he looks at the box office and rolls into the world-famous DVD Round-Up so you can spend your holiday gift cards. Messy Kweznuz!
This Week: For Christmas this year, Kevin offers a fit of rage at North Korea, Kim Jong-Un, Sony Pictures, and Paramount Pictures. What a bunch of pussies, the lot of them! With a trifle of movie news and the trailer park out of the way, Kevin lays into the North Korean fiasco regarding the film The Interview and why we as a country let a spineless, corporation driven by profit alone dictate our foreign policy. Kevin examines the Sony hacking and how the media and readers became puppets of a foreign dictatorship. Then he lays out the reasons why backing down from empty threats was one of the worst ideas ever. (Spoiler alert: This will not be the last time someone tries this nonsense.) Later in the show, Kevin reviews the new movies, including The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, Annie and Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb. Finally, he offers some thoughts on the box office and the DVD Round-Up. Ho! Ho! Holy shit!
This Week: As Christmas roars near, Kevin takes some time to talk about the true meaning of the season: Batman’s relation to Passover. But before talking about the new movies Exodus: Gods and Kings, Top Five, The Captive and The Tale of Princess Kaguya, he leans into the news with some Sony leaks and a look at the Golden Globes nominations for this year. Later in the show, Kevin looks at the OFCS nominations as well as the box office and the world-famous DVD Round-Up! Ho! Ho! Ho!