In episode one of Eddie’s Entertainment, Eddie McCabe saw the fifth installment of the Rambo series, RAMBO: Last Blood. Eddie will answer the age old question of, “should I see it?”.
With RAMBO: Last Blood hitting theaters, Mike Wendt and Eddie McCabe decided that it would make obvious sense to take a look back at the film that started this blood soaked, adrenaline fueled franchise. This is, FIRST BLOOD (1982).
In this first episode of That Movie Show’s spin-off series, Movies with Mike, Mike Wendt breaks down HUSTLERS (2019). Jennifer Lopez stars in the true story of a group of NYC strippers that, when the 2008 economic collapse occurs and cuts into their income, come up with a scheme to […]
** Showgirls review starts at 17:00 ** After a brief break, THAT MOVIE SHOW returns with some changes, updates, and additions to the show. Plus, since HUSTLERS starring Jennifer Lopez is hitting theaters this week, Mike Wendt & the artist formerly known as Liam Stryker deep dive into the seedy […]
It’s been 20 years since Jim, Kevin, Oz and Finch made their faithful “Prom Pact.” So Mike Wendt and Liam Stryker are setting up their best ’90s webcams and heading back to Stifler’s lake house for a look back at 1999’s American Pie.
This is a FIRST for That Movie Show… with the release of the 2019 remake, Mike Wendt and Liam Stryker are taking a look back, for the first time, at a Disney Animated Classic. This is 1994’s The Lion King.
Some have called it, “The best Spider-Man movie ever.” Some have called it, “One of the best comic book movies ever.” Well since THAT MOVIE SHOW is in full blown Spider-Verse mode lately, Mike Wendt and Liam Stryker are here to give you their thoughts on Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 2 […]
***Spoilers start at 10:00**** It’s BONUS SHOW time on That Movie Show! Mike Wendt and Liam Stryker’s “Peter Tingle” are telling them it’s time to review the latest film in the MCU… Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)
With the 3rd generation of John Shaft in theaters now, Mike Wendt and Liam Stryker thought it would be fitting to take a look back at the previous two films of the same name. The original SHAFT from 1971, starring Richard Roundtree, and the 2000 film starring Samuel L. Jackson… […]
In this episode of THAT MOVIE SHOW Mike Wendt and Liam Stryker give their thoughts and opinions on the latest installment in the STAR WARS franchise — THE LAST JEDI and the impact it’s having on the fans.