Adam and Kevin head to the far East with a wrap up of this year's New York Asian Film Festival and talk about some highlights including the Happiness, The Truth Beneath, Destruction Babies, Town in a Lake, Ordinary Person, Traces of Sin, Dawn of the Felines, Battle of Memories, Japanese Girls Never Die, Zombiology: Enjoy Yourself Tonight, and Vampire Cleanup Department.
This week, Adam and Kevin discuss Trey Edward Shults‘ popular follow-up to Krisha, the suspenseful horror film It Comes At Night. Other films discussed include Funeral Parade of Roses, Dreamscape, AP and AK, Evil Ed, Hello Destroyer, Shimmer Lake, and War on Everyone.
This week, Adam and Kevin review Wonder Woman and argue over if she should embrace the wealth she has amassed in a hundred years time. They also talk about fidget spinners, the ridiculous runtime of Transformers: The Last Knight, Alien: Covenant, Alien (1979), Free Fire, Fences, La La Land, and Wilson.
This week on the show, Adam and Kevin review the new horror-comedy Another Evil, discuss the blurring lines between video games and cinema, and talk about some other movies including White and Lazy, Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2, Jelly Wolf, A Dark Song, Double King, and Like Me.
This week on the show Adam and Kevin take a look at E.L. Katz's Small Crimes, now available on Netflix. There's also a discussion about the latest conflict between The Weinstein Company and the MPAA and Adam talks about some of the films screening at Tribeca this year including The Endless, Mr. Long, Flower, The Clapper, Devil's Gate, Psychopaths, My Friend Dahmer, Take Me, Aardvark, Super Dark Times, and Hounds of Love.
Adam and Kevin get awkward and uncomfortable and talk about the films of Joanna Arnow with reviews of Bad At Dancing, Staycation, Month One, and I Hate Myself :). They also talk about Netflix original films alongside Tramps and The Endless.
This week on the show Adam and Kevin take a look at the newly released indie dramedy Little Boxes from director Rob Meyer. Other films discussed include Lupin III, Midnight Meat Train, the first three movies in the new season of MST3K (Reptilicus,
This week on the show, Adam and Kevin take a look at the indie dramedy Bloomin Mud Shuffle and Alice Lowe's horror-comedy Prevenge. Other items discussed include plans for new studio films to be released in the home, Dig Two Graves, The Eagle Huntress, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, I, Olga Hepnarova, and T2 Trainspotting.
This week on the show, Adam and Kevin take a look at Kiyoshi Kurosawa's latest in a review of Creepy. Other items discussed include Iron Fist and the phrase "We made it for the fans," The Illinois Parable, The Belko Experiment, Manchester by the Sea, Kong: Skull Island, Moonlight, Assassin's Creed, and The Devil's Candy.