It’s “Hollywood’s Biggest Night — the 92nd Academy Awards!” Mike Wendt and Eddie McCabe are running down their predictions and thoughts on this years Oscars. Plus, taking a look back at the most “re-watchable” Best Picture nominees of the past decade.
With the release of Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) in theaters, Mike Wendt and Eddie McCabe thought it was only right to take dive into the mess that is the DCEU… this is Suicide Squad (2016).
This week on That Movie Show, Mike Wendt and Eddie McCabe take a look back at Guy Ritchie’s insanely quotable and amazingly re-watchable film… this is SNATCH (2000).
25 years after hitting the Miami streets for the first time together, Mike Lowery and Marcus Burnett are back in theaters with Bad Boys For Life. This week on That Movie Show, Mike Wendt and Eddie McCabe are taking a look back to Michael Bay’s directorial debut, starring Will Smith […]
It’s time for a new twist on a classic game… Mike Wendt and Eddie McCabe roll the dice, spin the wheel, and count backwards from 100 as they take a look at Ready or Not (2019).
This week on That Movie Show, Mike Wendt and Eddie McCabe are kicking off awards season with a full breakdown of the film and television nominees for the 77th Annual Golden Globes.
**SPOILERS START AT 15:15** It’s the end of a saga… Mike Wendt and Eddie McCabe give their inital thoughts and reactions to Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker.
It’s time for the annual That Movie Show Christmas Watch Along! This year Mike Wendt and Eddie McCabe are sitting down to watch one of your recommendations… the superhero spoof that nobody asked for — Avengers of Justice: Farce Wars. Enjoy…. probably not. To play at home, the movie is […]
This week on That Movie Show presented by Showcase Cinemas on North Shore 104.9, Mike Wendt and Eddie McCabe are broadcasting from the BRAND NEW Showcase Cinema de Lux at Legacy Place for the 24-hour Star Wars Marathon, and the premiere of The Rise of Skywalker. (Original Air Date: December […]
It’s the holiday season, so Mike Wendt and Eddie McCabe are settling in to take a look at Netflix’s 2018 Christmas offering, The Christmas Chronicles. Kurt Russell stars in the role we never knew he was born to play… Santa.