This Week: Kevin pulls out his magic wand and transports himself to 1920s-era New York to enjoy this week’s new movies. He rattles through some smaller movie news and takes a look at some new trailers. Then he talks about the films Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, The Edge of Seventeen, Bleed for This and Christine. Later, he has a chat with Disney animator Andy Harkness, takes a look at the box office and offers up some suggestions for home cinema viewing.
This Week: Kevin leaps into some swift movie news and gives a quick preview of some MST-3K Turkey Day activities. Then he reviews the films Arrival, Almost Christmas, Shut In, Moonlight and Peter and the Farm. He also offers some keen insight into this week’s box office and some nice home cinema recommendations, including a love letter to Red Dwarf.
This Week: Kevin starts off the early holiday season by wrapping up some thoughts on the horror movies he watched throughout October. Then he looks at a couple trailers, but saves some commentary about the Wonder Woman trailer for later in the show. He reviews the new films Doctor Strange, Hacksaw Ridge, Trolls, The Eagle Huntress and Closet Monster before looking at the box office and giving some home cinema recommendations.
This Week: Kevin gets out the crazy clown make-up and plans to scare oodles of children this weekend as he warms up to the Halloween festivities. He starts off with some movie news as well as sounding off about the Walking Dead hubbub. Then, after the trailer park, he reviews The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do the Time Warp Again, Inferno, Gimme Danger and Certain Women. Later in the show, he offers a Fat Guy Five about his favorite movies to watch on Halloween. It’s a big, fat, scary time in the Magical Studio in the Sky. Boo!
This Week: Kevin relaxes a bit from contention and nasty news items to talk about some humdrum but fun development news and look at some exciting Marvel trailers. Later, he skips the unscreened Halloween releases and reviews Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, Keeping Up with the Joneses, In a Valley of Violence, Fear Inc. and Miss Hokusai. Later, he discusses a giveaway from the good folks at Drive-In Horrorshow as well as offering some insight into the box office and home cinema!
This Week: After talking a bit about the Doctor Strange IMAX preview, Kevin gives his thoughts on the sexual assault accusations rattling the online movie journalism world. After that, it was on to lighter topics, including reviews of The Accountant, Kevin Hart: What Now?, Max Steel, American Honey, Command & Control and Under the Shadow. Then he finishes off his plate like a good little boy with some box office predictions and home cinema recommendations.