Episode Guides

Episode 292 Jack Helmuth

More info on this episode to come. We review Wish Upon, A Ghost Story, XOXO, and The Little Hours just by watching their previews.

Episode 291 Dave Sirus

More info on this episode to come. We review Baby Driver, Amityville: The Awakening, Tramps, and The Bad Batch after only watching their previews.

Episode 290 Dave Hill

Musician, actor, author and comedian Dave Hill, who will be in the upcoming season of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, join us tells us his journey from being a musician to being a comic and how his band, Valley Lodge, wrote the theme song for John Oliver's Last Week Tonight. We explore the difference of working in comedy vs working in finance, the dangers of quoting movies too much, and we try to figure out when the best time to die is. Plus we review The House, The Big Sick, and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri after only watching their previews.

Episode 289 Connor Ratliff

Actor and comedian Connor Ratliff joins again to tell us about his roles in two new Netflix movies Coin Heist and The Discovery, and his work on and the origin of Comedy Central's The President's Show. We ponder if sharks are evil, play the game Guess the Plot, and go into detail about the differences between Seltzer Water and Club Soda. Plus we review Despicable Me 3, 47 Meters Down, and Moving Day after only watching their previews.

Episode 288 Carole Montgomery

One of favorite guests, Carole Montgomery, returns to to tell us about her new blog 'The Year Before 60'. We catch up with the Core 4 as it's been a month since we've all been in the same room. We figure out a strategy for Jess to never get sick again, Adam gets on a mini soap box, and learn what classic monster has become OP. Plus we review The Mummy, It Comes at Night, and Coin Heist after only watching their previews.

Episode 287 David Carl

Improvisor and comedian David Carl swings by again to tell us about his new one man show Trump Lear, it's Trump doing King Lear. We share tales of bachelorette and bachelor parties, figure out when Bollywood will invade America, and take on NASCAR. Plus we review Rough Night, Cars 3, and Brahman Naman after only watching their previews.

Episode 286 Greg Stone

Podcaster and comedian Greg Stone joins us to tell us about his hilarious podcast the Rad-dudecast.  We figure out the best way to introduce yourself to people, discuss when it's appropriate for men to take their shirts off, and wonder where are the good horror characters are. Plus we review Pirates of the Caribean 5, Baywatch, Sandy Wexler, and Dead Awake after only watching their previews.

Episode 285 Sheba Mason

Comedian Sheba Mason joins us to tell us about growing up on stage and her road to stand up comedy. We find out what it's like being the child of a famous comedian, reminisce about the hotness of Alicia Silverstone, discover who kept a diary, and find a solution to the stupidly fake 555 phone number in TV/Movies. Plus we review Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul, Everything, Everything, Win It All, and Smothered by Mothers after only watching their previews.

Episode 284 Mike Fine

Reverend and comedian Mike Fine joins us to talk about officiating weddings and getting free parking throughout New York City. We discuss the best wedding theme for each of us, figure out what old school NES game we want made into a movie, and figure out who John Cena is the second coming of. Plus we review King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, The Wall, The Wedding Plan.

Episode 283 Ben Rosenfeld

Author, Comedian Ben Rosenfeld joins us to talk to us about his Russian children's book Russian Optimism: Dark Nursery Rhymes to Cheer You Right Up.  This is a special episode celebrating Jay's recent wedding.  We learn how to curse in Russian, we learn what's goes into wedding planning, discover why so many existing properties are becoming musicals, and figure out the one person that can stop any wedding. Plus we review The Wedding Singer, My Best Friend's Wedding, and Serendipity after only watching their previews. 

Episode 282 Christian Finnegan

Actor, comedian Christian Finnegan joins us and tells us about what he's been up to lately and awesome comedy scene at QED, the comedy venue in Astoria NYC that he owns with his lovely wife. We debate the possible future of Alien films, discuss if Goldie Hawn should still have a career,
and plan how Jess will escape her eventual kidnappers. Plus we review Alien: Covenant, Snatched, Girlfriends Day, and Berlin Syndrome after only watching the previews.

Episode 281 Artie Brennan


Sketch comedian, and friend of the show, Artie Brennan returns to tell us about his new sketch show A to Z. We learn Kevin's drag name, take on Big Brother, and judge stage parents. Plus we review The Circle, How to be a Latin Lover, and iBoy after only watching their previews. 

Episode 280 Nick Nadel

Comedy writer, podcaster, and comedian, Nick Nedal joins us again to break down the Oscars. We find out what it's like to write for an award show, discuss the difference between how men and women fight, and we try to Rule 63 Katherine Heigl.

We will review Fate of the Furious, Unforgettable, and iBoy after only watching their previews.

Episode 279 Luis J Gomez


Comedian and podcast producer Luis J Gomez joins us to tell us about his podcast network Gas Digital Network.  We discuss the sweet science of MMA, pose an interesting question about TMNT, and discover the only way an adult enjoys a kids movie.  Plus we review Smurfs: The Lost Village and Colossal after only watching their previews.

Episode 278 Core Four

It's a special Core 4 episode as the gang catches up with each other. We go over what we did for valentines day, play another intense round of the Jess Game, come up with a new holiday campaign #holidayoff, and try to be Scarlet Johansson's manager. Plus we review Ghost in the Shell, Their Finest, and Waffle Street after only watching their previews.

Episode 277 Cory Jarvis

Writer, producer, and comedian Corey Jarvis joins us. We reveal how New Yorkers are actually the nicest people in the country, discuss the history of costumed characters in Time Square, and debate the merits between M-16's and AK-47's. Plus we review Free Fire, Boss Baby, David Brent, and All Nighter after only watching their previews.

Episode 276 Benari Poulten

Comedian, and friend of the show, Benari Poulten returns, as is tradition, for our episode after the Super Bowl. Kevin and Benari reminisce and gloat about the game for a little bit, we figure out where Tom Brady's jersey is, find the window of nostalgia, learn some new sex terms, and find out who we all have man crushes on. Plus we review CHiPs, Life, and The Nines after only watching their previews.

Episode 275 Nerd Ep

 

 

Comedian, and friend of the show, Alex Fossella joins again for a special nerds only episode. We discuss the spectrum of Batman, how dangerous movie making is, and find the major flaw in Storm's character. Plus we review The Lego Batman Movie, Resident Evil - The Final Chapter, and Logan after only watching their previews.

Episode 274 Ray Devito

 

 

Comedian Ray DeVito joins us to talk about his show at The Stand Northern Discomfort Tour.
We learn a new definition for chauvinist, figure out what house hold object we'd be in the Beast's castle, and learn of Jessica's secret reality show past. Plus review Beauty and Beast, Leap! and The Third Wheel after only watching their previews.

Episode 273 Costaki Economopoulos

Comedian, and friend of the show, Costaki Economopoulos returns to talk about the football playoffs and the proper way to throw a dinner party. We start a new fantasy league,
we discover they secretly made a Donkey Kong Country movie, and Kevin writes his obituary. Plus we review Kong: Skull Island, The Last Word, and the Fundamentals of Caring after only watching their previews.

Episode 272 Connor Ratliff


Renown improvisor and star of Seeso's Debate Wars and mainstay at UCB's Ass Cat show Connor Ratcliff regales us with his origin story. We learn what it's like to be on stage with Amy Poehler, come up with some plots to a few much needed sequels, and guess what Jay's wedding will be like. Plus we review Trainspotting 2, Table 19, Justin Timberlake and The Tenneessee Kids, and Leap just by watching their previews.

Episode 271 JL Cauvin



Comedian, impressionist, and all around great guy JL Cauvin joins us again to catch up on award season. We figure out why 80's movies are so dated, expose how directors in the 70's and 80's found their stars, and plot Ronald Regan's career from screen to politics. Plus, in our Presidential Inauguration special, we review Ghosts Can't Do It, Across the Sea of Time, That Hagan Girl, and Eddie, movies that our soon to be president acted in, after only watching their previews.

Episode 270 Rick Crom



Comedic actor, writer, and teacher Rick Crom, joins us to talk his long running off Broadway show Newsical the Musical, playing Howard Cosell in The Lennon Report, and working on HBO's Divorce. Jay let's slip that we have a contingency plan for Kevin's death, learn what it's like trying to teach people to be funny, and Kevin becomes a shill for NBC. Plus we review Fist Fight, Get Out, and 45 Jokes About My Dead Dad after only watching their previews.

Episode 269 David Carl




The Great David Carl is out guest. This episode will be released on December 22. More info to come.

Plus we review Fifty Shades Darker, The Great Wall, It's A Boy Girl Thing and A Cure For Wellness after only watching their previews. 

 

Episode 268 Jim Mendrinos

Writer, photographer, director, and comedian Jim Mendrinos joins us to talk about his show premiering on Amazon Prime Jan. 15th 'Living in Exile', and how he came to write 'The Complete Idiots Guide to Comedy Writing'. Everyone shares their concussion stories, Kevin tells us about how he preformed surgery on himself, and we take turns making fun of Philadelphia. Plus we review John Wick Chapter 2, A Dog's Purpose, Sons of Ben, and Lost in Florence after only watching the previews.

Episode 267 Wali Collins

 

Actor, comedian, life guru Wali Collins returns to talk about his role on Netflix's 'The Get Down'. Kevin discloses a sneaky trick to get money from film productions, we share some scary stories, and find the best strategy to get over a dead wife. Plus we review Bastards, The Book of Love, Where Demons Dwell:The Girl in the Cornfield 2, and Goon after only watching their previews. 

Episode 266 Jim Dialakis

Comedian, impressionist, and actor Jim Dailakis joins us to talk about his upcoming one man show 'Skitso!.' We compare actions stars of the 80's to today's, find out what real life is like for comedians, and we debut our new call in number. Want to tell about an upcoming trailer, or how wrong we were on a review leave us a message and be apart of the show, 413-200-8316. Plus we review XXX:The return of Xander Cage, The Comedian, The Resurrection of Gavin Stone, and Mercy after only watching their previews. 

Episode 265 Joe Hill


Comedian and entrepreneur Joe Hill, producer of the show Laughs from the Underground, joins Adam and Jay, and their best friends Kevin Gilligan and Bryan Plofsky, for another NERDS only episode. We discuss what to do with all the Thanksgiving leftovers, Kevin tells us about his star turn on Billy on the Street, try to rekindle Adam's love for Star Wars, and go through the history of video game movies. Plus we review Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and Assassin's Creed after only watching their previews. 

Episode 264 Couples Game Night

 

 

The core four return, with a special guest, to have some fun playing Jess' game.  We find out why Kevin Costner went away, and Jay shows his true 'colors'. Plus we review Hidden Figures, Split, and Sorority Wars after only watching the previews. 

Episode 263 Kimberly Cooper





Actress, singer, and podcast host Kimberly Cooper joins us to share some laughs and tell us about her podcast Broadwaysted. We discover the worst first date idea, explore the mysteries of speech impediments, and create a new evil spirit to haunt your nightmares, Plus we review Sleepless, The Bye Bye Man, and Bad Roomies after only watching their previews. 

Episode 262 Rich Aronovitch

Comedian Rich Aronovitch joins us. We find out how Jay turned a simple Hot Yoga class into a horror movie, Kevin makes a business model for a new gym, and figure out a few more context clues that movie sucks. Plus we review Live by Night, Amityville : The Awakening, and My Man is a Loser after only watching their previews.

Episode 261 The Core 4

The Core Four are back! After a few weeks of doing all the things Kevin, Jay, Adam and Jess sit down and catch up on all their different adventures. We learn the perils of shopping for 'adult' products on Amazon, brainstorm different workout equipment for Jessica's future fitness empire, and discover what Kevin wants for Christmas, Plus we review the movies and TV shows that we turn to when we want to feel happy, which for us is White Christmas, Gilmore Girls, A Knight's Tale, and Nuns on the Run.

Episode 260 Tom Ryan

 

Comedian Tom Ryan returns to the show. We talk about the sweet investment of buying domain names, learn the new trend for attractive actors who want an Oscar, and discover who shall be the new 'movie trailer voice guy'.

Plus we review Gold, Monster Trucks, and You May Not Kiss the Bride after only watching their previews.

Episode 259 Harrison Greenbaum

Magician, and comedian Harrison Greenbaum joins us to talk about his upcoming free show at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC. We learn some cool inside info about magic tricks, get a glimpse of how the Baby Boomers view millennial, discover the strangest job at a mortuary,
and figure out what Britney Spears songs wouldn't be allowed now.

Listen in as we review Why Him?, The Autopsy of Jane Doe, The Bounce Back, and The Selling after only watching their previews.

Episode 258 Colleen Werthmann

Comedy writer, and soon to be head writer of the TV Land's new late night talk show Throwing Shade, Colleen Werthmann. We figure out when you can make movies about tragedies, learn some shocking truths about singing competition shows, and the important difference in how men and women are medically examined.

Listen in as we review Patriots Day, Sing, The Late Bloomer, and A Little Bit of Heaven after only watching their previews.

Episode 257 Carole Montgomery

Comedian, producer, agent, and national treasure Carole Montgomery returns, anon, for her fourth appearance on the show. We throughly discuss the hotness of Chris Pratt, come up with a new drag queen name, and find out how what Jay did in college for fun. Plus we review Passengers, Jackie, Pretty Ugly People, and Legends of the Hidden Temple : The Movie after only watching their previews.

Episode 256 Matt Ruby

Comedian Matt Ruby joins us to talk about his long running online video comic strip Vooza and his free weekly comedy show 'Hot Soup'. We learn the difference between people in Chicago and New York, we find out who dabbled with the Goth lifestyle as a kid, and learn why western movies use to shoot in Italy. Plus we review Slash, Miss Slone, and Wish I Was Here after only watching their previews.

Episode 255 Lindsay Goldwert


Journalist, podcaster, and comedian Lindsey Goldwert, host of the 'Spent' podcast, joins us to talk about her hit 'funny money' show and her new article in Quartz. We figure out the most lucrative joke of all time, come up with ways to increase NASA's budget, and learn what Kevin is like at a party. Plus we review Space Dogs: Adventure to the Moon and Office Christmas Party after only watching their previews.

Episode 254 Gianmarco Soresi


Actor and comedian Gianmarco Soresi returns to tell us about his new sketch comedy project Matza Pizza. We learn how to film in the NYC subway, find new ways to annoy wives, destroy Love Actually,and figure out all the reasons someone would kidnap a child. Plus we review La La Land, Kidnap, The Rewrite, and Incarnate after only watching their previews.

Episode 253 David Proval


We're not going to act like this isn't a big deal for us. Legendary Charachter actor David Proval calls into the show and gives us behind the scenes stories about The Sopranos, The West Wing, Everybody Loves Raymond, Weird Al's U.H.F, The Shawshank Redemption, The Brooklyn Banker and more. Later on the core four sit down to review a few other David Proval movies, Four Rooms, Mob Queen, and The Phantom Punch after only watching their previews.

Episode 252 Nerd Episode 3

Adam and Jay welcome back to the show Jay's BFF Bryan Plofsky and Jay soon to be wife Kimberly Cooper, both hosts of the podcast Broadwasted, for another nerd movies only episode.  We quake in fear/anticipation of Marvel's phase 3, defend American's use of the English language, and rename a popular color palette studios use for movies. Plus we review Doctor Strange, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Batman - The Return of the Caped Crusader, and Max Steel after only watching their previews. 

Episode 251 Jason Salmon

Actor and comedian Jason Salmon returns to regale us about his podcast Crazy New York Stories, and his upcoming project 'Pillow Man'. We examine the importance of a good accent, Jay tries to bring a dead franchise back to life, and we try to discover what happened to Josh Hartnett. Plus we review Bastille Day, Swing Away, and 40 Days and 40 Nights after only watching their previews. 

Episode 250 Rick Younger

Actor and comedian Rick Younger returns and tells about being in and working on Woody Allen's new Amazon show Crisis in Six Scenes, and the new movie Ordinary World. We learn that cats are racist, randomly break into song, and come up with a new catch phrase. Plus we review The Love Witch, A Street Cat Named Bob, and Crisis in Six Scenes after only watching their previews.

 

Episode 249 The Brooklyn Banker


Our first edition of The Movie Preview Review - Movie Premiere Schrimere where Kevin and Adam go to an exclusive screening of The Brooklyn Banker and interview the films cast, director and producers.  Plus we review The Brooklyn Banker after only watching the previews and then close the episode by reviewing it again after actually watching the film.  Sopranos fans will be delighted by our interviews with John Bianco and Fredricco Castellucio.

Episode 248 Frank Conniff

Mystery Science Theater 3000 alum, and co-host of John Fuglesang's Sirius XM show 'Tell Me Everything', Frank Conniff returns to tell us about his new book '25 Mystery Science Theater 3000 Films That Changed My Life In No Way What So Ever'. Frank goes into how they found the films for MST3K and their writing process, we find out which Sex and the City actress Crow T. Robot wooed, and discover what happens when you believe in the Tooth Fairy too long. Plus we review Bad Santa 2, Rules Don't Apply, and 8 Days a Week after only watching their previews.

 

Episode 247 Bryan Plofsky

Movie blogger, and friend of the show, Bryan Plofsky returns to give us a wrap up on the summer movie season, and tell us about his great podcast Broadwaysted. Kevin discovers the real reason that it's hard to get people to go see Broadway theater, Jay writes a football love story, and we figure out which of us would survive behind enemy lines. Plus we review Moana, Allied, and Two Night Stand after only watching their previews.

Episode 246 Dan Pasternack

Head of Big Beach TV Dan Pasternack joins us to tell us journey from working on the Dr. Demento radio show, being an executive at IFC and AMC, up to his new show Debate Wars, debuting Sept. 22nd on Seeso. We discover the origin of Debate Wars, Adam discovers a new way to check your fly, and we come up with a new rider for child actor Jacob Tremblay's future contracts.

We review Shut In, Manchester By The Sea and Hello I Must Be Going after only watching their previews.

Episode 245 Jarrett Berenstein

Actor/comedian and friend of the show Jarret Barenstein returns to the show to tells us about his new play Recent History (http://www.recenthistoryshow.com). We go to the future with VR, discuss the Fermi Principal, and Kevin takes the piss out of the NFL. Plus we review Arrival, Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk, and The Kitchen after only watching their previews.

Episode 244 Alex Fossella

Fan of show and writer/comedian Alex Fossella joins us to talk about working with friend and fellow podcaster Danny Lobell. Also when he wrote for Ralphie May's podcast. We play another contentious round of Jess' Game.  We recount the storied history of celebrity game shows, Adam get's dangerously close to saying a bad word, and we praise Mike Judge's best show. Plus we review Almost Christmas, Loving, and Idiocracy after only watching their previews. 

Episode 243 Tony Deyo

Friend of the show Tony Deyo returns for his 3rd appearance to tell us about his new comedy album, Comedy Road Trip, available right now on iTunes, and how he spent the summer creating routines for high school marching bands. We all resolve to join the Winter Guard to defend the realm, Kevin has a message for anyone who wants to chase their dreams, and then tears down his childhood hero. Plus we review Trolls, Hacksaw Ridge, and Jose Canseco: The Truth Hurts after only watching their previews.

 

Episode 242 Michael Albert

Artist Micheal Albert joins us to talk about his journey from business school to becoming an artist, and sharing and teaching art with the world. We come up with a quest for people in the future to play, Adam gets angry at ghost who don't follow the rules, and Kevin and Jay start a new hobby.

Plus we review Inferno and Rings after only watching their previews.

 

Episode 241 Gene Wilder Memorial Episode featuring Jack Helmuth

TV writer Jack Helmuth returns to chat about what's next for him after the cancelation of The Nightly Show and joins us as we celebrate the life and career of Gene Wilder. Kevin takes the blame for everyone losing their job, we figure out Willy Wonka's evil master plan, and we find a 'lost' Gene Wilder movie. Plus we review Blazing Saddles, Charlie and Chocolate Factory, The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother, and See No Evil, Hear No Evil after only watching their previews.

 

Episode 240 Rob Barnett

Rob Barnett creates innovative, original media with the best communicators & entertainers in pop culture. He's a creative management executive from MTV, VH1, CBS & an entrepreneur who founded My Damn Channel, the online studio & network where he was CEO, 2006-2016. Rob Barnett Media launched in 2016 to deliver talent, development & audience to networks, producers & brands. The company offers strategic content partnerships & customized solutions to drive loyal audiences & repeatable revenues:

www.RobBarnettMedia.com

Rob returns to give Kevin some insights in life after your TV show gets cancelled. Plus we review Boo! A Madea Haloween, A Monster Calls, Keeping Up With The Jonses, and Apartment Troubles after only watching their previews.

Episode 239 Sean Crespo

Actor, producer, and comedian Sean Crespo joins us to tell us what is was like study acting in London and his journey into comedy. We name drop all the famous people we went to school with, find the origin of the 'no animals were harmed in the making of this movie', discover how far dogs will go for peanut butter, we learn the difference between canoeing and kayaking.

Plus we review Jack Reacher-Never Go Back, Ouiji-Origin of Evil, and Some Girl(s), after only watching their previews. 

Episode 238 Ned Kenney

Entrepreneur Ned Kenny joins us to talk about his comedy podcast app Laughable, an app that collates comedians social media and content. Jay goes into Beta testing, we relive the glory days of In Livin' Color, and Adam shares his most glorious moment at a wedding. Plus we review The Accountant, In a Valley of Death, and Drunk Wedding after only watching their previews. 

Episode 237 Dan McCoy

Daily Show writer and host of The Flop House Podcast Dan McCoy joins us to talk about movies, writing for TV and much more,  Plus, we come up with a new podcast, Adam has a real hard time speaking Spanish, and we figure a new immigration policy. Plus we review The Girl on the Train, Friend Request, How Do You Know, and Desierto after only watching their previews.

Episode 236 The Jive Five

The Core 4 gather to catch up on all the cool things they're doing. Jess is doing some new fitness videos, Adam's sex robot webseries got funded, and Jay lies. We're joined by Alex Brizel, who's the owner of ShoBriz studios (where we record the show), and updates us on some of the cool shows on the network and his work with David Feldman. Including David's work with Triumph the Insult Comic Dog.   Adam learns a word that you should never say, ever, we discover a movie idea Tyler Perry shouldn't do, and Jay does a great Chris Kataan impression. Plus we review The Birth of a Nation, Flock of Dudes, and Kicking and Screaming after only watching their previews. 

Episode 235 Jeff Kreisler

Political comedian Jeff Kreisler joins us to talk about the political season, how he became a contributor on many different news channels, and his work with Tony Hendra on the podcast Final Edition Radio hour podcast. Kevin does the whitest thing possible in CT, we start a cyber bullying campaign, and learn what happens on a dinosaur train. Plus we review Denial, Middle School, Life Partners, and American Honey after only watching their previews.

Episode 234 JL Cauvin

HIlarious comedian and impersonator J-L Cauvin stops by again to tell us about about his new upcoming album, and shine a light on the side of comedy most people don't see. We discover how movies are spoiled long before the trailer comes out, find that Kirk Russell and Nick Nolte are fighting for roles, and relive our glory days of youth baseball. Plus we review Blair Witch, Deepwater Horizon, and Dealing with Idiots after only watching their previews.

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Episode 233 Chris Griggs

Comedian and all around great guy Chris Griggs becomes our Alec Baldwin as returns for the 4th time to save the day and tell about shooting a movie that was blessed by Stephen King. We play another round of Jess' game, discover Johnny Deep's greatest role, and learn what to do before you go streaking. Plus we review Miss Peregrin's Home for Peculiar Children, Goat, Welcome to Leith, and The Lovers and Despot after only watching their previews. 

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Episode 232 David Carl

Improvisor and impressionist David Carl joins us to talk about his amazing abilities and his shows Point Break Live and his Celebrity One-Man Hamlet. We figure out what our 'squad goals' are, discover the most resilient part of the human body, and expose the stupid things we did to attract the opposite sex when we were teenagers. Plus we review The Magnificent Seven and The Edge of Seventeen after only watching their previews. 

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Episode 231 Tom Cowell

Comedian Tom Cowell joins to talk about copy writing at Comedy Central. We relive the JFK assassination, learn how we can connect of movie orgy ever, and have an after school special about body dysmorphia. Plus we review Snowden, Storks, and Defending Your Life after only watching their previews.  

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Episode 230 Brian McCann

Emmy winning writer for Late Night with Conan O'brien best known for his stable of hilarious characters including Preparation H Raymond and The Fed Ex Pope, Brian McCann stops by to talk to us about his upcoming show Debate Wars. We learn Brian's beginnings at IO in Chicago and his friendship with Chris Farley, we act like Grammar Nazi's, and figure out how much Dave Franco gets paid. Plus we review Bridget Jones' Baby, Nerve, and Screwed after only watching their previews.

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Episode 229 Frank Santopadre

Comedian and co-host of Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast returns to tell us how he basically wrote our childhood. We find out the Garage Pail Kids had some spin offs, and discover the under ground ring of cartoonist that ran NYC in the 80's. Plus we review Garbage Pail Kids the movie, Sunset Blvd., and Asphalt Jungle after only watching their previews.

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Episode 228 Moody McCarthy

Comedian Moody McCarthy returns to discuss how parenting and being a stand up comic go hand in hand. We discuss the benefits of having kids later in life, defend Tom Hanks' honor, and discover a secret hobby Adam's been hiding from everyone. Plus we review Sully, The Wild Life, The Big White, and The Perfect Weapon after only watching their previews.

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Episode 227 Tony Deyo

Comedian Tony Deyo returns to talk about his new comedy album Road Trip. The gang figures out what would pull them out of a coma, discover if the Punxsutawney Phil owns his day, a debates how to pronounce French words. Plus they review Solace, The 9th Life of Louis Drax, Premature, and Before I Wake after only watching their previews.

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Episode 226 Nerd Episode 2

Adam and Jay take over the podcast again to talk about some upcoming nerdy movies. This time they are joined by the members of Team Adam, friend of the show Kevin Gilligan (Adam's bestie) and Amanda Nicholas (Adam's fiancé). They try to discover if DC has any hope for their movie universe, Jay mocks Q, and find the good and the bad of stop motion animation. Plus they review Suicide Squad, Star Trek Beyond, Kubo and the Two Strings, and a Typhoid Barbarian in Dinosaur Hell after only watching their previews. 

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Episode 225 Costaki Economopoulos


Comedian Costaki Economopoulos joins us again to talk about 'Quick Snaps', his comedy football podcast, and covering the Super Bowl. Jay tells us his biggest fears, we come up with a ton of sequel subtitles, and we hear the scariest song used in a trailer ever. Plus we review The Mechanic : Resurrection, Greater, and Morgan after only watching their previews. 
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Episode 224 Jesse Tendler

Jesse Tendler has been an actor since the age of four. He has appeared in over 100 commercials, given voice to characters in Grand Theft Auto and been yelled at by Elaine Stritch. We review War Dogs, Don't Breathe and Collide just by watching their previews.

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Episode 223 Jordon Ferber

Comedian and podcaster Jordon Ferber stops by to talk about his podcast 'Where's the Grief' and his charity the Russell Ferber Foundation. We talk about how to sneak food into the movie theater, everyone's communal love for Rachel Weisz, and who should co-star in Jackie Chan's next movie. Plus we review The Light Between Oceans, Blood Father, and Skiptrace after only watching their previews. 

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Episode 222 Gianmarco Soresi

Comedian, and current lead of GE's commercial campaign, Gianmarco Soresi joins us to talk about being the lead of a campaign.  We figure out how to get a free trip to Israel, get talked into jumping out of a plane, and Jess gets angry at bank robbers. Plus we review Ben-Hur, The Space Between Us, Whatever it Takes, and Hell or High Water after only watching their previews. 

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Episode 221 Scott Blakeman

Comedian, and sometimes MSNBC Contributor, Scott Blakeman joins us to get slightly political as we try to figure out how funny the next president might be at the next Correspondents Dinner. We try to persuade Obama into becoming a stand up comic, and join the Freddie Prinze Jr. Fan Club. Plus we review Sausage Party, Florence Foster Jenkins, She's All That, and Anthropoid after only watching their previews. 

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Episode 220 Erik Bransteen

Comedian and friend of the show Erik Bransteen joins us to talk about life and to review Cafe Society, Petes Dragon and Yoga Hosers just by watching their previews.

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Episode 219 Heather Finn

Today we get a perspective of movies by someone on the other side.  Jellybean Jay's commercial agent Heather Finn sits down to talk in a fascinating interview.

We review Nine Lives, The Founder and Fight Valley just by watching their previews.

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Episode 218 Kristin Seltman

Comedian Kristin Seltman joins us. We discover the origins of Slam Poetry, figure out our Brookstone wish list, and dote on Amber Tamblin. Plus we review Jason Borne, Absolutely Fabulous, Equity, and Growing Up and Other Lies after only watching their previews. 

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Episode 217 Keisha Zollar

Comedian Keisha Zollar joins us to talk about her many, many projects. We have the dreaded Ghostbusters talk, solve racism, and get introduced to the 'Fred Savage Game'. Plus we review Ghostbusters, Lights Out, Men Go to Battle after only watching their previews. 

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Episode 216 Steve VanPatten

Author, and Nightly Show stage manager, Steven Van Patten joins us to talk about his horror series Brookswater's Curse. We get regaled with tales from back stage at TRL, we learn what life is like in the Pacific North West, and Adam drops a lot of climate change science. Plus we review Cell, Ice Age: Collision Course, and Miss Meadows after only watching their previews.

Twitter: @svpthinks

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Episode 215 Kevin Gilligan

One of our favorite guests Kevin Gilligan comes back to tell us about launching a new Kickstarter campaign for the second season of his web series Gigahoes, that he helped create and write with Adam. We all divulge that ScarJo's been tweeting at us, Jay takes a trip to Hazard County, and we rally against modern parenting. Plus we review The Infiltrator, Bad Moms, and Mono after only watching their previews. 

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Episode 214 Nerds Episode 1

Adam and Jay take over the podcast to do a couple of nerdy previews. They're joined by friends of the show Bryan Plofsky and Kimberly Cooper. Jay's BFF and fiancé respectively. We discover the new Shrek sequel, figure out history's first ghost traps, and Adam comes up with the perfect wedding present for the happy couple. Plus we review Warcraft, TMNT Out of the Shadows, and Timer after only watching their previews. 

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Episode 213 Chris Griggs

Chris Griggs, one of our favorite guests, returns again to regale us with his plans for the Del Close marathon.  We opine for drunken Shakespeare, debate the best parenting practices, and discover the secret to child acting. Plus we review Mike and Dave Need a Wedding Date, Captain Fantastic, and Dirty Girl after only watching their previews. 

Twitter: @mechrisgriggs

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Episode 212 Liam Mceneaney

Comedian, podcaster, and friend of the show Liam McEneaney returns to talk about his new comedy album 'Working Class Fancy' and his new podcast Top 3. We celebrate reaching one million downloads, we figure out NYC nefarious plans for the homeless, and we all come up with plans to blow through $30 million dollars in a month. Plus we review The Secret Life of Pets, The Dog Lover, and Brewster's Millions after only watching their previews.  
Twitter: @heyitsliam

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Episode 211 Tiana Miller

Comedian and podcaster Tiana Miller joins us to talk about her podcast 'Everything We Are Doing is Bad'. We talking horror films, our plans for surviving the Purge, and reminisces about Jennifer Love Hewitt. Plus we review The Legend of Tarzan, The Purge Election Year, and Cafe after only watching their previews. 
Twitter: @Tianathegoblin

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Episode 210 Kevin Maher

Kevin Maher, comedian and host of Kevin Geeks Out, joins us to talk about his show.  We diss giants, discover the origin of all orphans, and Kevin and Jess find a career they would excel at. Plus we review The BGF, Our Kind of Traitor, and The Babymakers after only watching their previews.  pisode Will Be Available on May 12th.
Twitter: @KevinGeeksOut

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Episode 209 Benari Poulten

One of our favorite guest Benari Poulten, from The Nightly Show, returns to talk about the Correspondence Dinner, and the Best Warrior Competition. Adam makes a classic mistake, and we come up with 101 shark movies. Plus we review The Free State of Jones, The Shallows, Cement Suitcase, and Shark Exorcist after only watching their previews. 


Twitter: @benarilee

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Episode 208 Suzie Cho

Suzie Cho, improv comedian who has her own theater company, joins us to discuss her upcoming project. We share horrible tales of our parents miscommunication with technology, learn proper bathroom technique, and Adam and Jay sing a show tune. Plus we review Independence Day: Resurgence, Clown, and Legally Blonde after only watching their previews. 

Twitter: @thesuziecho

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Episode 207 Andrew Goldstein

Comedians Andrew Goldstein and Matt Goldich stick with us from the previous episode to review another movie. We all declare our undying love for Dwayne Johnson, figure out  what animal we'd like to be, and laugh in the face of evil. Plus we review Central Intelligence, The Lobster, and The Darkness after only watching their previews.

Twitter: @AngeGoldstein

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Episode 206 Matt Goldich

Comedian and writer Matt Goodrich, along with his friend Andrew Goldstein, join us talk about their podcast 'Sorry I've Been So Busy." We get some behind the scenes info on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and discover Anthony Hopkins has been doing his best Robert DeNiro impression.  Plus we review Finding Dory, Blackway, and Not Another Teen Movie after only watching their previews. 

Twitter: @MattGoldich

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Episode 205 Phil Bhojwanay

International comedian Phil Bhojwanay joins us to talk comedy over seas, and the movie going experience in south east Asia. Everyone gets scared of at things that go bump in the night, we discover all the things you can do with a dead body, plus discover some of Jess' workout secrets. Plus we review The Conjuring 2, Swiss Army Man, and A Big Love Story after only watching their previews.

Twitter: @PhilBhojwanay

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Episode 204 Rick Younger

On a very special episode, we have two amazing guests. Comedian Rick Younger returns to catch us up on all he's up to. And Bryan Plofsky, movie blogger, and Jay's roommate, makes his first appearance on the show to tell us how horrible we are at reviewing movies. We play Jess' 'Explain Game', figure out Nicholas Sparks' new book, and try to figure out Clint Eastwood's son's career. Plus we review You Before Me and Walk of Fame by only watching their previews.

Twitter: @RickYounger

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Episode 203 Andrew Kimler

Comedian and writer Andrew Kimler joins us to talk about sketch comedy and growing up on Long Island. We make Kevin finally tap out, discover the truth behind foam parties, and find out who really wants to be a mommy. (It's Jay.) Plus we review X-Men: Apocalypse, The Do-Over, Date and Switch, and Mamaboy after only watching their previews. 

Twitter: @AndyKimy

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Episode 202 Eric Drysdale

Eric Drysdale, a writer at Late Show with Steven Colbert, sits down with us to talk about his journey from The Daily Show, to the Colbert Report, to the Late Show. We get some encyclopedic knowledge about Lewis Carroll dropped on us, figure out what Ethan Hawke been up to, and debate the legality of the unwritten rules of Finders Keepers.  Plus we review Alice Through the Looking Glass, Maggie's Plan, and Finders Keepers after only watching their previews. 

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Episode 201 John Fugelsang

Comedian, actor, radio host and all around great guy John Fugelsang joins us to talk about the time he met members of The Beatles and schools us with his movie knowledge. We learn Jay's plans for his bachelor party, we find out about Jess' past as a backup dancer for pop stars, and YouTube throughly hoodwinks Kevin. Plus we review Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, Now You See Me 2, Bachelor Party, and The Ones Below after only watching their previews.

Twitter: @JohnFugelsang

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Episode 200 David Feldman

It's our 100th episode!!! (We started the numbering at 101, cause reasons.) One of our favorite guests, David Feldman, is back to celebrate with us. We take a quick trip down memory lane, dissect Greek Life, and Kevin hates people trying to act like Italians. Plus we review Neighbors 2, The Nice Guys, Finders Keepers, and Back in the Day after only watching their previews.

DavidFeldmanShow.com  Twitter: @David_Feldman_

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Episode 199 Ester Steinberg

Comedian Ester Sternberg talks to us about headlining Caroline's on Broadway. Jay talks about his honeymoon plans, we take down the patriarchy, and learn that Free to Play games are actually drugs. Plus we review Angry Birds, Bling, The Comeback Comic, and Crossing Point after only watching their previews. 

Twitter: @EsterKay

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Episode 198 Jordan Carlos


Comedian Jordan Carlos, from The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore, sits down with us to talk about the show, his time on the Colbert Report, and pissing off security guards. We fantasize about having a t-shirt gun, Kevin finally gets a nick name, and have a barber shop quartet moment.  Plus we review The Trust, Money Monsters, and A League of Their Own after only watching their previews.

Twitter: @JordanCarlos

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Episode 197 Samantha Ruddy


Comedian Samantha Ruddy sits down to talk about her time at College Humor. Jay and Adam fight over Batman v Superman, we find out how Jay makes all of his shirts, and Kevin's had it with all these comic book movies. Plus we review Captain America: Civil War, High-Rise, and Helicopter Mom after only watching their previews. 

Twitter: @SamlyMatters

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Episode 196 Justin Hayes


Comedian Justin Hayes returns to the show to catch up us on his new documentary film. We fall down a porn rabbit hole, plot out the next Gary Marshall holiday rom-com, and we all man-splain at Jessica.  Plus we review Mother's Day, The Meddler, and Romance and Cigarettes after only watching their previews. 

Twitter: @JHayesFunny

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Episode 195 Naomi Ekperigin

Comedian and writer Naomi Ekperigin joins us again to talk about writing on Broad City and Difficult People, and growing up in Harlem.  We hear tales of going to the Magic Johnson Movie theater, make plans to have Jerry Van Dyke on the podcast, get a history lesson about Elvis, and take a visual acid trip.

Plus we review Elvis and Nixon, Ratchet and Clank, and Detention after only watching their previews.
Twitter: @blacktress

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Episode 194 David Suarez



Comedian David Suarez talks with us about New Comic All-Stars, debate which Pauly Shore movie was the best, and what family has the most acting talent.  Plus we review The Huntsman: Winter's War, Keanu, Meet Bill, and Compadres after only watching their previews. 

Twitter: @newcomicallstars

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Episode 193 Lindsay Goldwert


Journalist Lindsay Goldwert sits down to talk to us about her past as a stand up comic, her move into journalism, and her future podcast called 'Spent', a funny look at the world of money. We learn the fighting styles of monkeys, Jess can't pronounce Louis C.K. name, and that Kevin can look on the bright side of all human tragedies. Plus we review the movies The Jungle Book, Barbershop 3, and Uncle Nick after only watching their previews. 


Twitter: @lindsaygoldwert

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Episode 192 Myq Kaplan

Hilarious comedian Myq Kaplan talks to Kevin and the gang about his Netflix special, his podcast, and his Kickstarter campaign for his new album of songs.  We try to figure out which actor is Tim Roth, and review The Boss, Hardcore Henry, and The Spectacular Now after only watching their previews.  

Twitter: @myqkaplan

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Episode 191 Sean McCarthy

Sean McCarthy sits down with us to talk about his podcast Last Thing First, where he chronicles the origin stories of comedians. We take a sneak peak at the new Ghostbuster trailer in Jay's new segment, and learn about Tyler Perry's live, musical version of Passion of the Christ. 

Plus we review God's Not Dead 2, Meet the Blacks, and Ashby just by watching their previews. 

Twitter: @thecomicscomic

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Episode 190 Jim David

Comedian and actor Jim David sits down with Kevin to talk about the difference between working in theater and comedy, doing his one man show, and break down the Oscars.  Plus we review the The Program, The Bronze, and Fuller House after only watching their previews. 

Twitter: @comicjimdavid

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Episode 189 Robb Pearlman


Author Robb Perlman sits down with us to talk about his new book 'Movie Night Trivia', a fun book with over 400 trivia questions about movies.  We also play another round of Jess' game and deconstruct the WB's future movie plans. Plus we review Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2, and The Little Prince after only watching their previews. 
Robb Pearlman's Movie Night Trivia is now available from Cider House Press.

Twitter: @msmazeppa

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Episode 188 Mike Cotayo


Comedian Mike Cotayo sits down with Kevin and talks about his return to stand up comedy, and the documentary currently being made about him. Jay walks us through his shoot day on CBS' 'Blue Bloods'. Plus we review 10 Cloverfield Lane, The Brothers Grimsby and People Like Us after only watching their previews. 

Twitter: @funnymanmikec

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Episode 187 Jeff Cerulli

Comedian and documentarian Jeff Cerulli talks with Kevin and gang about his documentary film 'Hungry', about the world of competitive eating.  We reminisce about Kevin's 'football career' and go into detail about Jessica's biggest fear. Plus we review the movies London Has Fallen, Zootopia, and First Position after having only watched their previews. 

Twitter: @jeffcerulli

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Episode 186 Frank Conniff

Frank Conniff, from MST3K, returns to catch us up on his new show, and his daily radio show on Sirius Radio. Plus we review Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon 2, Triple 9, and Knight of Cups after having only watched their previews. 
Twitter: @frankconniff

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Episode 185 Tom Ryan


 
Comedian Tom Ryan swings by to talk about his new CD 'Rush through Time', and opening up for Brian Regan. Plus we review Gods of Egypt, Eddie the Eagle, and Whiskey Tango Foxtrot after having only watched their preview. 

Twitter: @comediantomryan

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Episode 184 Kevin Avery

Kevin welcomes comedian and writer for Last Week Tonight, Kevin Avery to sit down and talk about his time at the show, and his experience of being in a Boy Band! Plus we get confused with too many Kevins in one room. And we review the movies Race and Forsaken after having only watched their previews. 

Twitter: @kevinavery

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Episode 183 Cyrus Mcqueen


Kevin welcomes comedian Cyrus McQueen to the show to talk about his time on Last Comic Standing, working on an HBO sketch together, and growing up in New England. Plus they review Zoolander 2, and The Choice after only watching their previews. 

Twitter: @cyrusmmcqueen

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Episode 182 Billy Procida


Billy Procida drops by to talk to Kevin and the gang about his show 'The Manwhore Podcast', plus the time he was in a porn. It's a very interesting and stimulating conversation.  Friend of the show Kevin Gilligan joins us for a crowded table as we learn a new phrase to say when someone sneezes, plus we disturbing things about Bing Crosby.  And we review Pride Prejudice and Zombies, Hail, Caesar, and The Lady Killers after only watching their previews.  

Twitter: @thebillyprocida

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Episode 181 Kevin Gilligan

Friend of the show Kevin Gilligan returns to talk about his podcast GeeksOut, and has an update on his and Producer Adam's webseries Gigahoes. Plus we review Deadpool and How to be Single after only watching their previews. 

Twitter: @gilligan_mcjew

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Episode 180 Jarret Berenstein

Kevin welcomes comedian Jarret Berenstein to the show to talk about growing up in LA, moving to NY for comedy, and Martin Van Buren.  This episode takes some crazy turns. We also review the movies Kung Fu Panda 3, Jane Got a Gun, and I Give it Year after only watching their previews. 

Twitter: @justjarrett

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Episode 179 Colleen Werthman

Friend of the show and writer for The Nightly Show, Colleen Werthmann returns to talk to Kevin and gang about the past year at the Nightly Show, and her role in the movie Sisters. Plus they review 50 Shades of Black, The Boy, and Eulogy after only watching their previews. 

Twitter: @cwerthmann

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Episode 178 Aron Kominos-Smith

Comedian, and one of Adam's oldest comedy friends, Aaron Kaminos-Smith stops by to talk with Kevin and the gang about his new podcast, temp jobs, and comedy (of course).  Plus they review The 5th Wave, Anomolisa, and Cat Woman after having just watched their previews. 

Twitter: @funnyaaron

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Episode 177 Chablis Quarterman

Kevin welcomes his friend, actor, comedian Chabils Quarterman to the table to talk about their recent production of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night and doing stand up in New York city.  Then along with the rest of the core 4 they review Dirty Grandpa, 400 Hours, and the Company You Keep after only watching the previews.

Twitter: @chablisq

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Episode 176 The Core 4

Kevin, Jay, Adam and Jess gather once more to catch up on the holidays and talk about some movies they saw while on vacation. Then they review the movies Norm of the North, Band of Robbers, and Cut Throat Island after having only watched their previews. 

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Episode 175 Omar Thompson

Just after Christmas Kevin welcomes comedian Omar Thompson to sit in with the ret of the core four to talk comedy, the holidays, and preforming at the world famous Apollo theater. Plus Adam and Jay get into a heated debate about the new Star Wars film. And they review Ride Along 2, The Forest, and Bad Johnson after having only watched their previews. 

Twitter: @omarthecomedian

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Episode 174 Holiday Special

Happy Holidays!!!  For this special episode the Core 4 catch up with each other, play the silly game with Jess' brain, and review The Revenant and Alvin and the Chipmunks after having only watched their previews. 

Twitter: @theadamlash

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Episode 173 Carole Montgomery

One of our favorite guests, Carole Montgomery, joins us again as we record for the first time at the Bartini Tower. Carole catches us up on her holiday plans and we review Point Break, Daddy's Home, and Excuse Me for Living after only having watched their preview.

Twitter: @nationalmom

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Episode 172 Brian Enck

Producer Adam's comic friend Brian Enck stops by to hang out with Kevin and the gang to talk sketch comedy, upstate NY, and the NYC comedy club scene. They also review the movies The Hateful 8 and The Ridiculous 6 after only have seen the previews.  

Twitter: @BrianEnck

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Episode 171 JR Havlan

One of the original writers of The Daily Show visits Kevin and the gang to talk about how he got his start in comedy writing, his own podcast, and writing for the daily show.  Plus we review Don Verdean, Star Wars Episode 7, and Yes Man after only watching their previews. 

Twitter: @JRHavlan

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Episode 170 Jason Salmon


Comedian and actor Jason Salmon joins Kevin, Adam, and Jay to talk about his acting career in commercials and being on Orange is the New Black, 30 Rock, and many other shows. We also review the movies Sisters and The Big Short after having only watched their previews. 

Twitter: @JasonTSalmon

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Episode 169 Carolina Hidalgo

Twitter: @HidalgoCarolina

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Episode 168 Danny Lobell


On this hilarious episode Kevin and rest of the core four welcome comedian Danny Lobell. Danny talks about starting one of the first podcasts in the world, Comedical Radio, over ten years ago. Plus his friendship with Jackie Mason, and meeting George Carlin, and how he likes to saves birds from slaughter houses. 

Plus we review The Good Dinosaur, Honeymoon, and Victor Frankenstein after just watching their previews. 

Twitter: @DannyLobell

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Episode 167 Dustin Chafin

Comedian Dustin Chaffin drops by to talk to Kevin and the rest of the Core 4 about getting ready for his taping of his next comedy album, his days as a Mormon missionary, and how he started doing stand up in NYC. Plus we review the previews of Creed, Macbeth, and Disconnect

Twitter: @DustinChafin

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Episode 166 Moody McCarthy

Comedian, scratch golfer, Syracuse native and all around good guy Moody McCarthy comes by to review The Night Before, The Hunger Games Mocking Jay, and The Rebound with us just by watching their previews.

Twitter: @MoodyMcCarthy

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Episode 165 Rick Younger

Comedian from The Today Show, sits down with Kevin and the gang and talks social media and balancing comedy and family. Plus they review My All American, By The Sea, and My All American after having only watched the previews. 

Twitter: @RickYounger

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Episode 164 JL Cauvin

Comedian JL Cauvin sits down with Kevin and gang to discuss the 2016 Presidential election, his time on the Adam Carrola show, and does a spot on Trump impression that you'll have to hear to believe. 
Plus they review The Peanuts Movie, The 33 and The English Teacher after only watching their p[reviews.

Twitter: @JLCauvin

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Episode 163 Marc Theobald

Comedian Marc Theobald from Comedy Central and HBO tells us what it is like inside Eddie Murphy's house then we review Specter, Trumbo and Save The Date based only on watching their previews.  

 

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Episode 162 Izzy Wolfson

Izzy Wolfson is a great Improv and Sketch Comic. He joins Kevin and the gang to review Scouts Guide To The Apocolypse, and Love The Coopers by only watching their previews.

 

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Episode 161 Mike Burton

Comedian Mike Burton helps us review The Last Witch Hunter, Burnt and City Island after only watching their previews.

 

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Episode 160 Andy Engel

Andy Engel from Manhattan Comedy School!
On today's episode we review Jem and The Holograms, Paranormal Activity: Ghost Dimension, and Wet Hot American Summer after only watching their previews.

 

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Episode 159 Kelly Carlin

 

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Episode 158 Rob Barnett

Rob Barnett creates innovative, original media with the best communicators & entertainers in pop culture. He's a creative management executive from MTV, VH1, CBS & an entrepreneur who founded My Damn Channel, the online studio & network where he was CEO, 2006-2016. Rob Barnett Media launched in 2016 to deliver talent, development & audience to networks, producers & brands. The company offers strategic content partnerships & customized solutions to drive loyal audiences & repeatable revenues: www.RobBarnettMedia.com
We review Crimson Peak, A Matter of Trust
and Suffragette after only watching their previews.

 

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Episode 157 Kevin Downey Jr.

From America's Got Talent Kevin Downey Jr. One of Kevin's oldest friends in comedy finally jons him to review Goosbumps and Addicted to Fresno based on only watching their previews.

 

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Episode 156 Craig Foxx 

Comedian Craig Foxx helps Kevin review Pan, The Final Girls and Room after only watching their previews.

 

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Episode 155 Chris Griggs

Improv Comedy God Chris Griggs helps Kevin review Steve Jobs and Knock Knock after only watching their previews.

 

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Episode 154 Eric Bransteen

 

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Episode 153 Jesse Adams


Comedian Jesse Adams AKA Mcqueen

 

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Episode 152 Brandon Scott Wolff

 

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Episode 151 Nick Nadel


TV Comedy Writer and Podcast Host Nick Nadel

 

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Episode 150 Ophira Eisenberg

Author and Comedianne Ophira Eisenberg

 

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Episode 149 Noah Gardenschwartz

Episode 148 David Feldmann

Episode 147 Pat Dixon

Episode 146 Rory Albanese

Episode 145 Liam McEneaney

Comedian Liam McEneaney is back to tell us tales of his comedy tours of Europe.  And to review some movies based only on watching their previews.


Episode 144 Liz Miele

Comedian Liz Miele joins us to talk about cats, fitness, comedy and to review some movies based only on watching their previews.

Episode 143 Chemda


American Ultra 

Friended to Death

Podcasting legend Chemda of Keith and The Girl bonds with Kevin over their love of weed and hatred of the MTA.


Episode 142 Costaki Economopoulos

Comedian Costaki Economopolos comes in to review movies based on only watching their previews.

Episode 141 Ross Bennett and Dave Konig

From Addicted to Showbusiness Ross Bennett and Dave Konig are our guests.  Both are very funny comics.  


Episode 140 Jill Twiss

From Last Week Tonight with Jon Oliver Jill Twiss helps us review some movies by watchng only their previews.

Episode 139 Travon Free


Daily Show writer Travon Free joins us to review some movies by watching only their previews. 

Episode 138 Myka Foxx


Comedian Myke Fox joins us toreview some movies by watching only their previews.


Episode 137 Bryan Tucker


Bryan Tucker is the Co-Head Writer for Saturday Night Live.

Episode 136 Keith Malley


Keith Malley of Keith and The Girl drops by to show us what ten years of podcasting sounds like.  

Episode 135 Naomi Ekperigin

Naomi is a staff writer for Comedy Central's Broad City.  She has been seen on The Nightly Show.

Episode 134 Frank Santopadre

Frank Santopadre from Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast.  

Episode 133 Lance Weiss

Comedian Lance Weiss helps us review some movies based only on their previews. 

Episode 132 Seth Herzogg


From The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon Seth Herzog.

Episode 131 Eddie Brill

Comedian Eddie Brill from Letterman, Comedy Central and The Great American Comedy Festival


Episode 130 Nick Rutherford

Saturday Night Live writer Nick Rutherford sits in to talk sketch comedy, SNL, movies and more!

Episode 129 Benari Poulten

Comedian Benari Poulten makes his Triumphant Return! 


Episode 128 Jack Helmuth

Jack Helmuth is a comedy writer from Saturday Night Live and The Nightly Show. 

Episode 127 Carole Montgomery

One of our favorite guests, Carole Montgomery comes back to hand out.  

Episode 126 Erin Marsz and Ryan Bobilla

Erin Marsz and Ryan Bobila from Much Ado About Nothing   


Episode 125 Tony Deyo


Comedian Tony Deyo helps us review some movies based only on their previews.

Episode 124 Matt Koff

The hilarious Matt Koff is a writer for The Daily Show and The Onion.  


Episode 123 Wali Collins



Wali Collins is a hilarious comedian.  You have seen him on Letterman and Comedy Central.


Episode 122 Justin Hayes

Comedian Justin Hayes helps us review some movies based only on their previews. 


Episode 121 Colleen Werthmann

Episode 120 Liam McEneaney


Host of Tell Your Friends, History's Greatest Podcast our guest is Liam McEneaney.

Episode 119 Mike Yard

The Nightly Show's breakout star Mike Yard!

Episode 118 Joe Devito

Comedian and TV personality Joe Devito.  A very funny comic and a great guest.


Episode 117 JW Crump

JW Crump is one of the best improv comics in the game today.

Episode 116 Kevin Gilligan

Co-Creator of Gigahoes Kevin Gilligan.

Episode 115 David Feldmann

Episode 114 Rick Methe

Episode 113 Pat Oates


Comedian Pat Oates is very funny!

Episode 112 Neko White



The hilarious Neko White

Episode 111 Jonathan Randall



Comedian Jonathan Randall helps us review some movies based only on their previews. 


Episode 110 Keith Alberstadt

Episode 109 Sue Costello



The Irreprescible Sue Costello!

Episode 108 Jeff Maurer

Jeff Maurer is a comedy writer for last Week Tonight with John Oliver.  

Episode 107 Josh Gondelman


Get Hard

Desert Dancers

What If

Josh Gondleman is a comedy writer for last Week Tonight with John Oliver.

Episode 106 Liz Barrett


Run All Night

Zombeavers

Home

Accidental Love


Liz Barrett from Grin and Barrett Comedy

Episode 105 Frank Conniff

From Mystery Science Theater Frank Conniff! 

Episode 104 Benari Poulten

Benari Poulten from The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore   

Episode 103 Tom McCaffrey



Comedian Tom McCaffrey helps us review some movies based only on their previews. 

Episode 102 Carole Montgomery



Carole Montgomery comes from Comedy Central  

Episode 101 Scott Rogowsky


The very funny Scott Rogowsky


Preview Reviews


It's kinda like our podcast...
except now you get to look at us.

Be sure to subscribe to our Youtube channel. Kevin,
Jessica, Jay and Adam's Trailer Reviews of the newest
movie previews.