Vampire Jerry Dandrige moves to Las Vegas and finds seemingly the perfect hunting ground until his next door neighbor Charley gets suspicious in the 2011’s Fright Night.
Before breaking up, J. Geils Band, of Centerfold fame, delivered the theme song for the original Fright Night, and you can kind of sense why they broke up because it’s cheesily terrible.
It’s time again to honor the best and worst of the past year with the awards you actually care about. Who will win Ass Kicker of the Year and what is the Kick Ass Movie of the Year? Read on to find out.
This week on the podcast; Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the trailer for a couple of next summer’s big movies (including the surprisingly awesome looking GI Joe: Retaliation and, of course, Expendables 2), if a girl who sounded like Harley Quinn in real life would actually be sexy, the utterly unnecessary remake of American Psycho, Italy’s love affair with Dylan Dog and much more.
One of the most surprisingly awesome movies of the year, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, is our pick of the week and our favorite movie of last year gets longer.
This week Zach, Chris and Joe (joined later by Brian) talk about the best movies of this year’s Summer blockbuster season, preview what the Fall has to offer, Steven Seagal: past and present, the surprisingly solid Fright Night, the failings of the Nightmare on Elm Street remake and much more.
You’ve probably seen Brian Huskey in a number of commericals including Sonic, Toyota, Apple and shows like Children’s Hospital and Free Radio.
The Help maintained it’s dominance over the box office, despite the fact that the East Coast was underwater for most of the weekend.
With all the new releases doing terribly, the door was left open for The Help to flip flop with Rise of the Planet of the Apes to become the number one movie in it’s second week.
A bunch of new movies out this weekend, including a couple of updates to some 80’s classics.