This week, Adam and Kevin review RZA's latest, Cut Throat City, boasting an incredible cast with some incredible performances. Other titles discussed include The Pale Door and Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula.
This week on the show, Adam and Kevin take a look at the Russian sci-fi horror film Sputnik, available on VOD platforms Friday. Other titles discussed include Black Water, Black Water: Abyss, Scarecrow, An American Pickle, Echo, and The Tax Collector.
This week, Adam and Kevin talk about Dave Franco's directorial debut, The Rental, along with some other stuff including some Godzilla movies, Witchhammer, Special Actors, The Cheap Detective, The Pool, Villa Empain, and Too Funny to Fail.
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at two new movies coming out this week with Relic and We Are Little Zombies. Other titles discussed include Pacific Heights, Aquaslash, Hyenas, Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga, Body At Brighton Rock, Blood Games, Summer School, and Summer Rental.
This week, Adam and Kevin review Bruce McDonald's Dreamland along with discussing some other titles including The Mist, You Don't Nomi, Suzanne, Suzanne, Becky, Wildlife, Pick It Up! – Ska in the ’90s, A Fat Wreck, and Finding Joseph I: The HR from Bad Brains Documentary.
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at two new movies with The Vast of Night (on Amazon Prime) and the latest Wakaliwood action flick Crazy World (on YouTube until 6/6). Some other titles discussed are Scare Package, Nofinofy, Dementer, Eat Brains Love, Jumbo, and Blood Machines.
This week, Adam and Kevin review the new Netflix comedy The Lovebirds and talk about some other titles including Sucker Punch, Inheritance, Take Me Somewhere Nice, Body Cam, Fantasy Island, The Trip to Greece, Greed, The VICE Guide to Bigfoot, and Fulci for Fake.
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at Josh Trank's strange film Capone, along with some other titles including Gretel and Hansel, Cane River, Brain Damage, s01e03, Circus of Books, Feast of the Epiphany, and Les Misérables.
This week it's time to get weird with a review of Quentin Dupieux's latest absurdist gem, Deerskin. Other films discussed include Heathers, Ma, Spaceship Earth, The Quake, Extraction, and Bless Their Little Hearts.
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at Jeff Barnaby's zombie flick Blood Quantum, which drops on Shudder this week. Other titles discussed include Until the End of the World, 12 Hour Shift, Blade Runner, Socks on Fire, Beastie Boys Story, and Blood Sucking Freaks.
Adam and Kevin go back to high school this week with a review of Selah and the Spades, out now on Amazon Prime. Other titles discussed include Time Warp, Tigertail, Other Music, The Crimson Kimono, and Wendy.