Kevin and Doug talk about the post WWII thriller "Operation Finale" starring Sir Ben Kingsley and Oscar Isaac. The thriller stars an incredible cast. Does the intensity and drama wedge a gap in the enjoyment of the film for either host? A brand new segment is introduced as well "The One Brew Two."
This week Kevin welcomes back into the studio "Dougie" to discuss the recent directorial debut from Jordana Spiro "Night Comes On". Doug and Kevin talk about a different points of view when watching a movie. They talk about how life circumstances can alter they way you see what is being presented on screen for better or for worse. They also return to a new segment "Picture Perfect"
In this week’s episode Kevin welcomes in to the studio, his father Doug Zade. They discuss the classic 1973, George Lucas’ directorial debut, “American Graffiti.” Kevin and Dougie decide for themselves if it is worth all the hype. In the Second half of the show both hosts discuss “Smokey and the Bandit” from 1977 in a tribute to the late great Burt Reynolds aka Turd Ferguson.
On this week's episode Kevin welcomes his wife Jordan Zade into the studio to talk about the 1964 classic "Mary Poppins." After a 10 year marriage Kevin can't find the film to prove that not all movies made before 1990 are bad. Also during the "Home Brew" segment Kevin and Jordan end up discussing Amy Schumer's 2018 film "I Feel Pretty"
Kevin Welcomes his guest Matt Deluca on to the show to talk about Deadpool 2. They discuss the difference between action and violence with the help of a new segment "Film Jargon for Dummies" and also introduce a brand new game they are calling "Movie Mix Up."
Kevin welcomes Jason Pyles, the host of Movie Podcast Weekly, to the show to discuss the 1975 film "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" starring Jack Nicholson and Louise Fletcher among many others. Jason's podcast was the first movie podcast Kevin ever listened to and you have him to blame for this very podcast. It was a wonderful honor to have him on the show.
In today's episode Kevin welcomes one of his all time favorite co-host his daughter (who is is four years old). Kevin and Gracie cover the children films Coco and Ferdinand from 2017 and then they cover Gracies favorite film of all time "Wonderstruck" directed by Todd Haynes (also from 2017)
On today's episode Kevin and Jacob take shelter from the Kaiju in Studio B (Jacobs House) to bring the listeners their opinion on the "Pacific Rim" films. Jacob brings Kevin into the world of battling giant "Transformer" like robots and giant "Godzilla" like creatures as they watch both films in one day. Does this years sequel do the original justice, or like in the case of so many sequels, should this film have remained buried deep beneath the pacific ocean?
Since often movies slated for the Oscars don't even come to theaters near you until January or February it can take a while to catch them all. In this Episode with the help of listeners and friends Kevin and Jacob cover their top ten films of 2017. Kevin feels as though he and Jacob are in agreement in the best film of the year but one of the hosts provides a M.Night Shyamalan level twist.
Kevin continues to sift through the Oscar party episode for podcasting gold. In the mean time he will give you 3 mini reviews of the latest films he has been catching up with.
In this episode Kevin reviews six films that have been released in 2018 including 2 Netflix originals and 4 theatrical releases. He also separately covers 2 additional films from 2017 that are available to stream now during the short "Homebrew'' segment.
On this episode Kevin is joined by Matt Deluca to talk about the 2018 western "Hostiles" Starring Christian Bale, Wes Studi, and Rosamund Pike. Kevin and Matt discuss their love for westerns and also cover a new Netflix series in the "Homebrew" segment.
This Episode is dedicated to the man Justin Little who started my love and appreciation for film ... and also awesome terrible Scottish accents. Kevin takes this film on solo and looks back on the 1995 best picture winner "Braveheart"
What could be more exciting than a film about a post World War 2 era tailor who is British? This podcast where three guys talk about a film about a tailor and make sure to note that they desired more dress making... Listen to see what you're missing.
On episode 7 Kevin welcomes his wife back into the studio to talk about their trip to the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. They re-cap their experience and talk about all 10 films that they saw there.
The Tuesday after "Three Billboards" swept the SAG awards, Kevin and Jacob sit down in the studio to talk about the film and their thoughts. In the "Home-brew" section Kevin covers an old western mini series and Jacob gives the "artsy fartsy" a run for their money.
Kevin welcomes special guest Kelsey Davis into the studio to review the new Spielberg film "The Post" starring Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep. Kevin and Kelsey briefly cover what it means to be a feminist (wait for it) and they also talk about what it means to view a film from the 1970's through the lens of 2017.
Fantasy, fairy tales, princesses, magical beasts and shocking horror. One of these terms doesn't belong unless you are describing a Guillermo Del Toro film. "The Shape of Water" is strikingly beautiful and terrifying in the same breath, but how does it stack up to some of his other masterpieces? Listen and find out.
In this episode Kevin and Jacob have a very good conversation about a very bad movie. Kevin and Jacob discuss what it means to be creators and what it means to critique others creations and the very paradox that creates.
Hope you all had a merry and safe holiday. Due to a busy weekend full of family and friends, the episode today is short but fun. Kevin talks a bit about "Die Hard" and then gives the show over to the fans who take it away.