Opens: September 30, 2016
Kevin says Masterminds SUCKS!
This Week: Kevin gears up for Halloween with the first weekend of October (even though it starts in September) with a review of the new horror flick Clowntown, set to the dulcet tune of Petula Clark’s “Downtown.” He also sounds off about the upcoming Lion King remake before reviewing the other new films: Deepwater Horizon, Masterminds, Queen of Katwe and Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. Finally, he rounds out the show with some home cinema recommendations as well as a contest for people to win a DVD of Dinesh D’Souza’s film Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Demoncratic Party. (Hint: To enter, email email@example.com and include “Hillary” in the subject line.)
This Week: Kevin kicks things off by weighing in on the Leslie Jones hack, then takes a look at why Biblical epics are no longer a big deal with audiences. Later, he reviews the new films Don’t Breathe, Mechanic: Resurrection, Hands of Stone, Southside with You, Equity and Don’t Think Twice. Finally, he looks at the box office and offers some home cinema selections, including the favorites of The Nice Guys and Ash vs Evil Dead.
This Week: Kevin sounds off about the fiasco with the Divergent finale as well as the over-publicized Twitter feud surrounding Leslie Jones. He also comments on the Rogue One sizzle reel. Later, he reviews Star Trek Beyond, Ice Age: Collision Course, Lights Out, Absolutely Fabulous and Hunt for the Wilderpeople. Finally, he offers his thoughts about the box office and the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice ultimate edition Blu-ray.
This Week: Kevin kicks off the week with an empassioned plea to everyone out there on the internet to be civil to each other. After all, things have gotten out of hand on social media everywhere this past week. Later, he looks at some trailers for upcoming fall films. Then, he reviews The Infiltrator, De Palma, Ghostbusters and the On-Demand selection Love Between the Covers. As he reaches the end, Kevin offers some insight into the box office and some home cinema recommendations.