Ray Schillaci’s PIC of the week at TheMovieGuys.net for 12/14//17 – The Complete Monterey Pop Festival
Funny and moving, anchored in the expected solid work of three quality actors.
The great part about this film and its wonderful tunes is the warmth and heart it has for all its characters.
I have seen a number of Christmas thrillers, but BETTER WATCH OUT delivers such a noxious, bitter bite, I can’t help wonder why it was ever made.
BRAVE and INSIDE OUT both won Oscars, and I’m predicting the same for COCO.
Ray Schillaci’s PIC of the week at TheMovieGuys.net for 12/7//17 – Go Tell the Spartans
Coven director Mark Borchardt is a real Movie Guy. Here, he makes his triumphant return to The Movie Guys’ podcast to talk about his favorite films of all time.
I was a big watcher of THE DANA CARVEY SHOW back in 1996. Well, as big as one could be watching a show that only lasted seven episodes.
In the wake of Charles Manson’s death, Movie Guy Ray Schillaci and filmmaker Marcus Nispel look at the cult of Manson and the cult of fame.
Ray Schillaci’s PIC of the week at TheMovieGuys.net for 11/30/17 – Deathdream
Ray Schillaci’s PIC of the week at TheMovieGuys.net for 11/23/17 – Driftwood
This title doesn’t really frame the Marvel/DC dichotomy correctly because it lists Marvel as following DC, which has never, ever happened.
You’re in for a pleasant surprise, JUSTICE LEAGUE is FUN!
Ray Schillaci’s PIC of the week at TheMovieGuys.net for 11/16/17 – Bob Hope: The Ultimate Movie Collection
Branagh pays great attention to the overall ugliness of this crime and the sadness and loneliness that follows Poirot.
Ray Schillaci attends FICG in LA and reviews the films MORNING AFTER & FRAGMENTS OF LOVE.
Ray Schillaci’s PIC of the week at TheMovieGuys.net for 11/9/17 – The Beguiled
The critical praise being lauded to Marvel’s latest is well deserved.
Ray Schillaci’s PIC of the week at TheMovieGuys.net for 11/2/17 – The Lift
OK, you have homework. See American Made before it leaves theaters!
Takashi Miike has taken the best of his storytelling skills and brought to life the characters from the anime world.
Ray Schillaci’s PIC of the week at TheMovieGuys.net for 10/26/17 – The Old Dark House
The theater was packed, and 3/4 of the audience had already seen the film multiple times. What could I have been missing?
Every now and then, Adam Sandler finds himself in a prestige project. He should do it more often, they sit well on him.
Ray Schillaci’s PIC of the week at TheMovieGuys.net for 10/19/17 – Alfred Hitchcock: The Ultimate Collection, featuring fifteen films!
Thankfully, it’s getting harder and harder to continue on with the safe refuge Hollywood provides for sexual predators.
The stories and news clips just aren’t enough to recommend this effort examining an era that’s been over-explored in countless docs.
From the writing to the directing it is not just a misstep, it’s a giant leap backwards that makes movies like LEPRECHAUN look good.
Tyler MacIntyre’s TRAGEDY GIRLS is the most fun and clever way one could have damning social media.
Ray Schillaci recommends three zombie movies for Halloween-time: TRAIN TO BUSAN, THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS & IT STAINS THE SAND RED.
A crowd-pleasing courtroom drama.
Ray Schillaci’s PIC of the week for 10/12/17 – The horror/musical with carnivorous mermaids, THE LURE.
Chucky is back in action with his unique set of skills: torment, torture and murder, all with a wink and a devilish smile.
A bold push forward on a classic story, told with overwhelming style.
Stellar science fiction with a wholly realized futuristic universe and much to say.
Stephen Frears veers between comedy and drama in the same film, to mixed results.
This historical Trump allegory with a better ending benefits from two excellent lead performances.
What is actually happening? That question took the whole movie and a long discussion afterwards to answer.
The new iteration of Stephen King’s IT wastes no time getting off to a screaming start.
Justin Bowler’s ongoing rating of film festival friendliness – this week: Midwest Horror Fest, Flint Fright and Kinofilm, Manchester International Short Film Festivals.