Ray Schillaci’s PIC of the week at TheMovieGuys.net for 10/26/17 – The Old Dark House
Ray Schillaci recommends three zombie movies for Halloween-time: TRAIN TO BUSAN, THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS & IT STAINS THE SAND RED.
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.
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.
They might not always be the center of attention, but whenever they show up in a horror show they are nothing to laugh at.
Ray Schillaci presents ten classic Italian horror movies for Halloween week.
Let me explain what it felt like watching “Stranger Things”: like I had crawled into a time machine and I could smell it, I could feel it, I could see it and my heart broke into a multitude of pieces.
Let’s say you’re in Hollywood and you’ve no desire to come up with an original idea. You’re thinking – remake.
Funny how that happens when we first see a film, read a book, listen to music or even appreciate a work of art. The question being, is it worth coming back to?
Showcast Episode 125: Bond is back and The Movie Guys celebrate with a full preview of “Spectre” as well as previews of “The Peanuts Movie” and “Room”. Actor and comedian Jon Barinholtz sits in the whole Showcast on the eve of his appearance on the new Bob Odenkirk/David Cross sketch show, “w/Bob and David”, premiering November 13th on NetFlix.
Wishing you all a Happy Halloween and vicious viewing pleasures from my dark, dank basement where no one can hear you scream.
The title says it all.
Ray Schillaci recommends four exceptional short films: “The Apple Tree”, “Tomgirl”, “Moving On” and “A Tricky Treat”.
Kent’s film, as with so many films of this genre, does have noticeable influences, but in no way shape or form does it ever become a pale imitation.
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.
Movie Guy Ray Schillaci looks at the current state of horror films – is creativity still alive? Can they be profitable? These questions and more get answered with commentary by director Mike Flanagan (“Oculus”), director Marcus Nispel (“Friday the 13th” (2009)) and more.
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.
Movie Guy Paul Preston interviews Costume Supercenter about Halloween costumes for TheMovieGuys.net
140 character takes on hundreds of movies!
The Movie Guys are talking, and they speak celluloid.
INCLUDED: The Movie Guys’ regular segments on LA TALK RADIO’s “Broad Topics”, interviews with Broken Lizard’s Steve Lemme and “The League”‘s Stephen Rannazzisi, plus The Movie Guys’ appearances on London’s LBC, and Dallas’ KRLD & KTRH. Plus audio reviews!