Recently we ran a poll on PG Horror movies and we got an overwhelming response! We decided to sit down and discuss some of our favorites and do you know what we learned? PG Horror movies made in the 80s and 90s are terrifying!!!! Look out kids! Join us for our super special Halloween episode!! Happy Halloween everyone!!
Join Drew and Roy as they discuss Venom. One of them liked it ok and one of them hated it with a fiery passion. Can you guess which???? Listen to find out!
Join our spoilery tirade against the newest from Shane Black, The Predator. We try to make sense of things but really just get confused and angry. No bones about it, this movie is just not good.
This week we finish our Kinner triple header with a deep dive into films from the mind of Stephen King. Love them or hate them, these movies are worth discussing! We cover everything from Carrie (the good), to The Dark Tower (the bad) and Sleepwalkers (the hilarious!!). It's a fun conversation and we hope you enjoy!
In this hodgepodge of an episode, Sean and Roy each chose a random film that the rest of us had not seen. You read that correctly, many of us were watching the original Planet of the Apes for the first time. Oddly, both of these film have been remade or are remakes several times over. Not so oddly, only one of them really stands the test of time. I think you can probably guess which one.
It is kind of hard to miss the media blitz for the latest Marvel film Thor, but just as entertaining, and maybe even more so, is the grindhouse inspired movie Hobo with a Shotgun. Both movies promise action packed sequences against the forces of evil, but only one of them has a hobo...with a shotgun. If hearing about these two films isn't enough for you, there is also a quick review of the new Fast 5, and an original theme song for...you guessed it...Hobo with a Shotgun. http://youtu.be/ssHEAOrAdCU
Splice and Slumdog plus Toy Story 3, Timecrimes, Dinocroc Vs. Supergator, Food Party and He-man. And if all that's not enough, after a dozen shows Drew and I finally give opposing reviews of a film (or two), and Drew admits he cries like a baby during cartoons.