The new iteration of Stephen King’s IT wastes no time getting off to a screaming start.
The iconic director of the original THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE has joined the likes of George A. Romero and Wes Craven.
With the availability of so much entertainment vying for our attention, there is one genre that can easily be missed…B-movies.
Jody Lambert’s movie feels like an enjoyable throwback to the early days of Spielberg and Zemeckis, and even going as far back as Frank Capra.
Ray Schillaci of The Movie Guys interviews Jody Lambert, director of the new ensemble film BRAVE NEW JERSEY.
The film feels as cold as INTERSTELLAR with not one character to genuinely care about.
Mike Flanagan and his writing partner, Jeff Howard, have developed a smart tale of fantasy and terror.
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.
A virtual kaleidoscope, heavy on sights and sounds, but light on story and characters which tends to be the norm for many graphic novel adaptations.
Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is back, and it’s the most fun we’ve ever had with him.
Once again, another great year for the Phoenix Film Festival, all the independent filmmakers involved, and the gracious audience.
Audiences were privy to films of substance and entertainment that garnered rounds of applause.
Since 2000, the festival has grown considerably, yet still remains one of the friendliest to independent filmmakers and their audiences.
TheMovieGuys.net’s Ray Schillaci delivers up an eclectic mix of films in his top ten list for 2016
Fandom is the fuel that supplies the engine of a new independent film, “The 60 Yard Line”.
Ray Schillaci is the first Movie Guy to chime in on the Academy Award nominations. He…didn’t like “La La Land”…
If only this movie was half as good as its marketing campaign.
This is one of those rare instances where you must share the power and emotions in a darkened theater with a large group of people.
As the lights came back on in the theater, I along with my group could not help but feel only partially satisfied.
Here is Brian De Palma recounting fighting the good fight, making due with whatever was passed on to him, and retelling it all at his unabashedly best.
Comes with a dire warning: only to be viewed by those with an open mind, and not the faint of heart.
They might not always be the center of attention, but whenever they show up in a horror show they are nothing to laugh at.
Not just a classic Robin Hood-type fable, but an ode to the fading American way of life.
A documentary with off-centered humor and a dash of warmth.
An incredibly personal story involving love, faith, and conscience.
Fallon has rested the weight of the world on his star, Michael Paré, as Thomas, a homeless man who seeks shelter in a mysterious abandoned home only to find that it may be his final resting place.
A first class Marvel production that may be the pedigree of the bunch.
Ray Schillaci presents ten classic Italian horror movies for Halloween week.
Can we just forget the first attempt at a Ouija movie and start the franchise here?
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!
Drummond and company are out to break many taboos.
Good timely social commentary but it easily gets steamrolled by the persistent raunch fest
Does Suicide Squad have its share of entertaining moments? Most definitely.
The creators of each show, David Schickler & Jonathan Tropper (Banshee) and Jonathan Logan (Penny Dreadful), made a thoughtful decision to end their shows where they felt they should be.
A wonderful celebration of independent filmmaking that provides a platform for the unique voice that captures our imaginations and gives us hope for the kind of movies that do more than just entertain.
Two competition films in particular captured my heart and stirred my soul as they did with most of their audience.
Once again, this happens to be one of the friendliest film festivals one can attend with both talent and audience having a great appreciation for one another.
From the very first frame of “Green Room”, the audience can tell this is not going to be just your ordinary thriller.
Snyder’s latest comic book folly is like an Electrolux Vacuum, it practically sucks all the joy of watching a super hero movie.
Entertainment journalists kept warm in the confines of The Paley Center, patiently waiting for talent to arrive.