Paul Preston’s ongoing effort to watch a movie a day for the rest of his life. Today’s movie – “Captain Fantastic”
Justin Bowler’s weekly rating of film festival friendliness – this week: Sick ‘N’ Wrong, Woods Hole & CayFilm International Film Festivals.
When in doubt – swearing.
The Movie Guys tie up this format of their weekly comedy show with Stoney Westmoreland & improviser Amy Seeley! They preview “Life”, “CHIPS” & “Power Rangers”.
“Kong: Skull Island” is Warner Brothers & Legendary’s attempt to launch it’s own universe – cinematic monsters. I’ll just say it’s no “Iron Man”.
Justin Bowler’s weekly rating of film festival friendliness – this week: Overlook, Milledgeville and Provincetown Film Festivals.
The Movie Guys tell you what to expect from “Beauty and the Beast”, and counter-programming, “The Belko Experiment”, all with guest Ron Babcock.
Justin Bowler’s weekly rating of film festival friendliness – this week: Breckenridge Film Festival.
James Mangold and the screenwriters have delivered up a decidedly hard R adventure.
Only one movie on tap this week, but it’s a big one – “Kong: Skull Island”. Then “Cut To The Chase” actor/writer/director Blayne Weaver sits in the show to talk about his new thriller.
I have 19 questions for “Table 19″…
There’s a reason Jordan Peele’s feature film directorial debut Get Out has a near-unanimous critic rating – it’s entertaining as hell!
Other movies have the guts to open alongside “Logan” – “Table 19”, “The Shack”, “Before I Fall” & “The Last Word”. They all get the preview treatment from The Movie Guys with Julia Marchese.
Justin Bowler’s weekly rating of film festival friendliness – this week: Indie Horror, FAMEUS Int’l & Atlanta Underground Film Festivals.
“20th Century Women” is one of these perfect films where music presents us with a time period but not in a knock you over the head, drag you down nostalgia road kind of way.
What do you want out of your ‘90s movie? First of all, was it a Sundance hit? Check.
Justin Bowler’s weekly rating of film festival friendliness – this week: Brooklyn Short Film, Buddha Int’l & Sun Valley Film Festivals.
“La La Land” is on its way to a rout at tonight’s Academy Awards, and I welcome it.
TheMovieGuys.net’s Ray Schillaci delivers up an eclectic mix of films in his top ten list for 2016
Oscar week counter-programming includes “Get Out”, “Collide” & “Rock Dog”. The Movie Guys can only get to the one that looks most promising (“Get Out”), then it’s on to Oscar talk with Brady Novak. .
Paul Preston’s annual, exhaustively-researched, category-by-category breakdown of the entire Oscars for 2017
Colin Hay is quite deserving of a documentary, if for no other reason than to give us all a reason to hang out with him for an hour and a half.
I will risk sounding like the old man on the porch, but it was too much.
Mary Gent compares the rising talents of directors Jeff Nichols (“Loving”) and Denis Villeneuve (“Arrival”) during Oscar week.
Jackie O. has been described as one of the least known well-known people in American public life.
Let the Trump jokes fly as “The Great Wall” opens in the U.S. The Movie Guys give it the full preview treatment, along with “Fist Fight” & “A Cure For Wellness” with guest Sunah Bilsted.
Justin Bowler’s weekly rating of film festival friendliness – this week: A recap of the the best, worst and undecided.
Paul Preston’s ongoing effort to watch a movie a day for the rest of his life. Today’s movie – “John Wick”
“Awards contender, huh? WELL, this better be good!”. That’s unfortunate pressure.
It’s a sequel week…quel. Nothing but pt. 2s to preview: “Fifty Shades Darker”, “The Lego Batman Movie” & “John Wick: Chapter 2” with actor/musician Eric Walker
Justin Bowler’s weekly rating of film festival friendliness – this week: Lake George Film Festival and Lisbon, NY State & Illinois Int’l Film Festivals
I’ll admit I have a thing for white-people-getting-into-outrageous-trouble movies.
Is the latest from the director of “The Happening” and “After Earth” worth the applause? The answer is a confident YES!
This is not Sunday-fellowship-with-coffee Christianity, Scorsese’s faith is only made devout through suffering.
Fandom is the fuel that supplies the engine of a new independent film, “The 60 Yard Line”.
Justin Bowler’s weekly rating of film festival friendliness – this week: Hoboken Int’l, NYC Downtown & Love Horror Short Film Festivals
Jason J. Lewis stops by to tell us about life as the voice of Superman on Cartoon Network’s “Justice League Action”. Plus, previews of new movies “Rings” and “The Space Between Us”.
It clips along and deserves the crowds it’s drawing.
Justin Bowler’s weekly rating of film festival friendliness – this week: West Chester, Oaxaca and Crimson Screen Horror Film Fests
The Movie Guys welcome actor/stand-up comic Jason Stuart, who sits in to help preview new releases “Gold”, “Resident Evil: The Final Chapter” and “A Dog’s Purpose”.