Adam and Kevin have two reviews lined up this week with Vivarium and Blow the Man Down, both currently available on streaming platforms. Other titles discussed include A Key for the Kid, The Platform, A Piece of Our Life, Tread, Red Moon Tide, Bloodshot, and Tiger King.
After a short break, Adam and Kevin are back with a new episode, this time reviewing the awesome Brazilian thriller Bacurau. Other titles discussed include Talking About Trees, The Invisible Man, Losing Ground, Blood On Her Name, Shoot the Moon Right Between the Eyes, and Vivarium.
This week on the show, Adam and Kevin take a look at the dark Finnish drama Dogs Don't Wear Pants. Other titles discussed include Birds of Prey, Harriet, the One Missed Call trilogy, All That Perishes at the Edge of Land, VFW, If I Were the Winter Itself, and Paris is Burning.
This week, Adam and Kevin discuss daddy issues with Ant Timpson's horror-thriller Come to Daddy, opening in theaters and on VOD platforms Friday. Other titles discussed include The Dead Don't Die, My Valentine, The Buffalo Hunt, The Oscar Nominated Short Films: Animation, Black Orpheus, and Can You Ever Forgive Me?
This week, Adam and Kevin review Richard Stanley's Color Out of Space starring Nicolas Cage. Other films discussed include Tammy and the T-Rex, An Elephant Sitting Still, Killer Inside, Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One, In Search of the Last Action Heroes, and The River Niger.
Adam and Kevin review the bizarre comedy VHYes, and talk about some other titles including The Irishman, The Wraith, God Told Me To, Countdown, Le Corbeau, Underwater, Bird Island, Synonyms, and The Lighthouse.
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at the latest from the Safdie brothers, Uncut Gems, starring Adam Sandler. Other titles discussed include 1917, Atlantics, A Hidden Life, August at Akiko’s, The Farewell, The Last Black Man In San Francisco, Doctor Sleep, Bombshell, Dark Waters, and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
This week, Adam and Kevin dive into Rian Johnson's wonderful whodunit Knives Out. Other titles discussed include The Irishman, The Fanatic, Jojo Rabbit, Two Plains and a Fancy, The Report, Daniel Isn't Real, and Little Joe.
In honor of Thanksgiving in the U.S. this week, Adam and Kevin take a look at the Thanksgiving horror film Blood Rage from 1987. Other titles discussed include Rocky, Rambo: Last Blood, The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open, and Robocop.
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at the indie drama Mickey and the Bear along with some other stuff including Re:Born, Burning Cane, The Daytrippers, You've Got Mail, The Shed, Black Christmas, and Hitch Hike to Hell.