Paul and Karen talk to music legend Ray Parker, Jr., who appears in the new music documentary “Hired Gun”. Ray talks about Detroit, “Ghostbusters” and he even shows off his guitar skills.
“Hired Gun” gets just the right take on the working musician’s lifestyle from their testimonials and archive footage.
Since 2000, the festival has grown considerably, yet still remains one of the friendliest to independent filmmakers and their audiences.
Justin Bowler features the best video games of all time based on movies.
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. .
Movie Guy Paul Preston looks at some egregious moments of Hollywood overspending from the last year.
Director Lowery employs a lot to buoy the sentiment, going for an unapologetically romantic take on boyhood fantasy.
Does Suicide Squad have its share of entertaining moments? Most definitely.
Justin Bowler sums up his time at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con for TheMovieGuys.net
Ironically, for a movie that stars all women, this movie had the balls to be the movie it wanted to be.
Ep. 159: The Movie Guys don’t need no stinking guests when the only movie worth talking about this week is Ghostbusters! Karen’s favorite movie of all time sparks tons of talk about the ’80s original, trivia, a Movie Guys Quote-Off, profiles of some legendary and not-so-legendary characters from the franchise, a Ken Burns take on dealing with online haters and a flashback to The Movie Showcast’s original preview of Ghostbusters from 1984.
Let’s say you’re in Hollywood and you’ve no desire to come up with an original idea. You’re thinking – remake.
Ep. 155: Ghostbusters season is upon us! Karen’s excited as The Movie Guys finally get someone from Ghostbusters in studio – The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man. William Bryan was the actor inside the Stay Puft suit in the classic comedy and he joins the show with stories about working on the sets of not only Ghostbusters, but Army of Darkness, Bicentennial Man and more. Plus, previews of Central Intelligence and Finding Dory, including a look at how Peter Gabriel’s “Solsbury Hill” is STILL finding its way into movie trailers.
BONUS: Donald Drumpf calls into the show!!!
Showcast Episode 124: With the 30th anniversary, America’s going “Back to the Future” crazy, and The Movie Guys want in, welcoming Harry Waters, Jr. and Don Fullilove to The Admiral’s Club for a rousing interview (Waters, Jr. & Fullilove played Marvin Berry and Goldie Wilson in the classic movie). Plus, previews of new movies “Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse”, “Our Brand is Crisis” and “Burnt”.
The title says it all.
Ray Schillaci recaps more of the best of the fest from The 2015 Phoenix Film Festival, including “Slow West”, “Exeter” and “White God”.
The title says it all. Part three of The Movie Guys “Best of All Time” series looks at the greatest superhero films per year for the last forty or so years.
Showcast Episode 70: “Dracula Untold”, “The Judge” and “Alexander and the Terrible Title” get the preview treatment, including a look at future villain origin story films, how to add fake Mumford & Sons to your movie trailer, and a look at updating a story from 1972. Then actress Tracey Birdsall joins The Movie Guys to talk about her new movie “Dawn of the Crescent Moon”, and our guest brought a guest! Director Neil Johnson (“Starship Rising”) also sits in the second half of the show.
Showcast Episode 66: With “Forrest Gump” the only big theater release this week, The Movie Guys dip into their archives and bring you a Showcast episode from July 6, 1994, when “Gump” was originally released. Jaimie sits in for part one of the show, and special guest Vinnie Donadio joins in part two to talk the 10th anniversary of “Ghostbusters”.
Showcast Episode 65: Actresses Sarah Butler and Caitlin Keats stop by The Admiral’s Club to talk movies and their new film “Treachery”, plus Board Op Jaimie joins in for previews of what’s new in theaters, including “As Above, So Below”. And “The November Man” prompts an exclusive interview with an honest-to-goddamn-goodness SPY, risking outing his identity to give The Movie Guys the lowdown on the real-life spy world.
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.
The title says it all. Part two of The Movie Guys “Best of All Time” series looks at the greatest horror movies per year for the last forty or so years.
The title says it all. Part one of The Movie Guys “Best of All Time” series looks at the greatest comedy films per year for the last forty or so years.
Showcast Episode 48: It’s a star-studded episode of The Movie Showcast, as Harrison Ford, Jack Nicholson, Al Pacino, Brad Pitt, John Malkovich and more stop by The Admiral’s Club thanks to special guest and celebrity impressionist Ross Marquand. Plus, summer kicks off with previews of “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” and “Walk of Shame”, and The Movie Guys attempt to acquire superpowers by way of Peter Parker-esque animal bites.
How much was Harold Ramis loved?
Quickly after his death, across the internet, memes and fan art paid tribute. Here are some of the best.
Showcast Episode 38: Comic book talk runs amok as special guest Heath Corson (“Justice League: War”) comes to The Admiral’s Club for good movie chat and previews of “Pompeii” and “3 Days to Kill”. Also, a look at Paul Thomas Anderson’s “Pompeii”, the Vesuvian weather forecast, and Karen comes back to the show just in time for a whole segment on “Ghostbusters”.
Showcast Episode 18: A preview of “Rush” sparks a couple rounds of the Indy Car and NASCAR name generators. Plus stand-up comic Andy Peters joins The Movie Guys to preview “Prisoners” and “Battle of the Year” until the whole show wraps up in a rousing birthday celebration for Bill Murray.
Justin Bowler and Paul Preston bring you The Movie Guys’ annual sights and sounds report from the San Diego Comic-Con, the world’s biggest ball of awesome.
Is this the best movie ever made? Well, the great thing about movies is that arguing what the best one of all time is can keep you arguing until you pass out. But this is certainly my favorite, hands down.
In this clip from The Movie Guys LIVE!, May 2012, Karen expresses her love for Bill Murray, which eventually, as most love expressions do, leads to a song.
Inspired by the May 2012 release “Moonrise Kingdom”
“Ghostbusters” deserved (and deserves) either an incredible sequel – or a non-existent one.
“Caddyshack”‘s stature has grown to the point where it now stands alone as the undisputed master of the raunch-comedy – the standard bearer by which all others are judged.