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.
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
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.
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.
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”.
Former guest comic Joe Canale returns to The Admiral’s Club for previews of new movies – “The Founder”, “Split” and “xXx: Return of Xander Cage”.
Ep. 184: It’s The Movie Guys’ year-end movie clearance with FIVE new movies to preview. Special guest comic Julie Brown sits in the whole show!
The first thing Fassbender is guilty of is hiring a director of photography who doesn’t own a light kit.
This is a disappointing follow-up for Morten Tyldum, director of the much more impassioned The Imitation Game.
It’s a new year and a new guest in The Admiral’s Club! Filmmaker/author Laura Lee Bahr sits in with Paul, Bart and Karen to preview A Monster Calls, Hidden Figures & Underworld: Blood Wars.
A look back at some of the best moments from The Movie Guys’ holiday specials from 2009-2016
All the nominees in the awards race for the movies of 2016, all in one place.
Movie Guy Paul Preston looks at some egregious moments of Hollywood overspending from the last year.
Most viewers will probably find Vikram Gandhi’s new film, Barry, about the college life of Barack Obama, challenging, because not a lot happens.
The Movie Guys’ 7th Annual Holiday Special! Much like Itchy, Malia & Lumpy waited for Chewbacca, The Movie Guys anxiously await the arrival of Rogue One with Mike J. Nichols & Luke Skywalker!
Peter Berg’s newest film, “Patriots Day”, is one of those movies that gets better as it goes along.
The Movie Guys are joined by long-time friend of the Showcast Corrado Marcucci to mix it up over new releases “Miss Sloane”, “Office Christmas Party” and “Nocturnal Animals”.
Kenneth Lonergan’s deeply truthful drama is one of the year’s best films.
Slow weekend for new releases, a good time to talk about MAGICIANS: LIFE IN THE IMPOSSIBLE with magician Jon Armstrong. Also, previews of INCARNATE & LA LA LAND.
The Movie Guys give the full preview treatment to “Allied”, “Moana”, “Bad Santa 2” and “Rules Don’t Apply” with actress and comedian Geneviéve Flati, creator and star of Women Rule Broadway.
The Movie Guys are joined by actress, comedian and story machine Lisa Ann Walter to preview new films “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”, “Bleed For This” & “The Edge of Seventeen”.
Don’t let names like Djugui and Oulaya fool you into thinking this is going to be one of those inaccessible foreign films.
David Farrier, director of the new-to-VOD documentary Tickled, joins The Movie Guys in studio. Also, to meet weekly joke quotas, there are previews of Arrival, Almost Christmas, Shut In & more.
The Movie Guys preview “Doctor Strange”, “Hacksaw Ridge” & “Trolls”. Also, announcer on CBS’ “Let’s Make a Deal”, Jonathan Mangum, stops by The Showcast with stories from the set and the road.
The Showcast is on the road in Western NY, talking the week’s only new film, “Inferno” and chatting movies w/Matthew Swanson, Paul Schermerhorn & Tom Loughlin.
Four long-titled movies get the full preview treatment from The Movie Guys. Sitting in the whole show is actress Emily Goss, the lead actress of The House on Pine Street!
Denis Villeneuve has crafted and elegant science fiction movie that harnesses every aspect of filmmaking to tell a surprising, smart and truly awe-inspiring story.
Ep. 172: Mindy Sterling joins The Movie Guys to talk about The Groundlings, Comic-Con and, of course, Austin Powers, plus previews of The Accountant, Max Steel, Desierto and Kevin Hart: What Now?
To achieve perfection in the arts is nearly impossible because it’s a widely subjective form of expression. And yet, there are a few filmmakers who you could say come close to a perfect record in their field.
Ep. 171: Three new movies get the preview treatment this week with special guest comic Bridget McManus – The Birth of a Nation, Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life and The Girl on the Train.
A nail-biting, tense disaster film worth seeing.
This week’s new films look like they should be summer movies, but here they are in September. Also, friend of the show Stephen Foster visits to talk about his new film That’s Opportunity Knocking.
Ep. 169: Three new films for The Movie Guys to talk about this week, including Storks, The Magnificent Seven and Queen of Katwe. Plus, “Personal Assistant to the Stars” Todd Malta (we gave him that title).
Where The Blair Witch Project looked like a compilation of found footage you’re just stumbling across, Blair Witch feels like a compilation of found footage put together to make a horror movie.