A GHOST STORY doesn’t give a DAMN what you’re used to seeing on the movie screen.
Movie Guy Ray Schillaci remembers legendary filmmaker George A. Romero, from the first time he saw “Night of the Living Dead”, to a career retrospective.
Movie Guy Paul Preston charts out the best way to see classic movies in Los Angeles.
Paul Preston’s ongoing effort to watch a movie a day for the rest of his life. Today’s movie – “A Hard Day’s Night”.
Paul Preston’s ongoing effort to watch a movie a day for the rest of his life. Today’s movie – “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales”.
The New Movie Show gives you everything you need to know about all the new movies opening Friday, May 26th, 2017 – “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” & “Baywatch”.
Vol. 2 of the oddest space team in the universe continues Marvel’s remarkable winning streak.
The New Movie Show gives you everything you need to know about all the new movies opening Friday, April 21st, 2017 – “Born in China”, “Free Fire” & “Unforgettable”.
Justin Bowler features the best video games of all time based on movies.
Paul Preston’s ongoing effort to watch a movie a day for the rest of his life. Today’s movie – “Zootopia”.
This movie had no shot.
The Movie Guys tell you what to expect from “Beauty and the Beast”, and counter-programming, “The Belko Experiment”, all with guest Ron Babcock.
Paul Preston’s annual, exhaustively-researched, category-by-category breakdown of the entire Oscars for 2017
Movie Guy Paul Preston looks at some egregious moments of Hollywood overspending from the last year.
I will preface this entire article by saying that these movies are not great movies.
A first class Marvel production that may be the pedigree of the bunch.
Let’s get this out of the way – I am hands down, 100% the target audience for this book.
Director Lowery employs a lot to buoy the sentiment, going for an unapologetically romantic take on boyhood fantasy.
How is The BFG, the first team up between Disney and director Steven Spielberg not a bigger deal?
You’ll laugh a ton at this movie
In most cases of a remake, you’re being subjected to the cynical trappings of a money-grab. And despite the sad corpses of failed remakes that litter the ground in Hollywood, if ONE hits big, then it’s open season to greenlight more…
A multi-million dollar risk that pretty much hits all the right notes.
Ep. 147: This special edition of The Movie Showcast delivers up a sampling of sketches, games and bits from 2015 including popular recurring segments like “Karen’s Birthdays” and the opening “Attention”. Part Two includes special guests like Drew Boudreau, Jeffrey Baldinger, The Boobé Sisters, Glenn Morshower & more!
“Zootopia”’s main character, Judy Hopps, a small-but-feisty country bunny trying to make it on the big city police force, is an inspiration.
Showcast Episode 140: There’s something for everyone in this week’s new movies – “London Has Fallen”, “Zootopia” and “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot”, and they all get the thorough preview treatment from The Movie Guys. Then special guest actor/improviser/short filmmaker Matt Conde joins the show for more movie talk and an Oscars recap.
Odd today to think that kids would be expected to attend a movie that did not involve peril or violence or parents being offed – and love it.
It’s quite a testament to the consistent quality Pixar has brought to films for twenty years that even though they’ve had some missteps recently, the fact that they NAIL IT once again with their newest release, “Inside Out”, is no real surprise.
Showcast Episode 101: The Movie Guys welcome their first guest of the next one hundred shows to The Admiral’s Club – Chris Dowling, director of “When Hope Grows”, now in theaters across the country! Also, Dr. Marvin the dog sits in the first half of the show for previews of “Tomorrowland”, “Poltergeist” and a quick look at other Disneyland-based movies in development. Plus, Karen’s Birthdays AND…it’s Karen’s Birthday!
Bathsheba has a strong head about her that reminds me of Black Widow, who outsmarts her opponents long before she dismantles them with fighting technique.
Ray Schillaci recommends four exceptional short films: “The Apple Tree”, “Tomgirl”, “Moving On” and “A Tricky Treat”.
According to many attending the festival, filmmakers and moviegoers alike, this was one of the best years yet.
I’m of the opinion that the least effective way to send people out of your film is not allowing the music that carried the film to finish the job.
Showcast Episode 91: Star of stage and “Scream” Jamie Kennedy joins The Movie Guys in The Admiral’s Club to promote his new indie thriller “Buddy Hutchins” and rail against show scripts during previews of “Run All Night” and “Cinderella”. There are great on-set stories and talk of the hidden gem “The Specials”, plus vocal coach to the stars Chet Loudly returns to teach everyone how to act with a more gravelly, Neeson-esque voice.
Aided by a complex story, interesting characters and tight direction, the Spierigs deliver a powerful punch that has you talking about the film long after it is over
Paul Preston & Justin Bowler recall their exploits from Comic-Con in San Diego, a magical land where, for everything you plan, there are ten things that are equally awesome that you are missing out on.
Showcast Episode 52: L.A. movie theaters, Tom Cruise man-crushing, “Jaws” imitators, game shows and future Disney villain movies are just a few of the tangents The Movie Guys go off on with guests Tony Sam and Ron Babcock in studio to preview “Maleficent” and “A Million Ways to Die in the West”. Plus, an “Indie Round-Up” and great film talk with resident independent film reviewer Justin Bowler.