The Frank O. Pinion Radio Movie Dose: Netflix’s ‘Tiger King’ making television viewing exotic

More times than not these days, a television show casts a spell on the entertainment viewing audience. Movie lovers can’t help but notice the shift, as it’s relied on streaming networks to release the boldest of films. Netflix started this trend and still keeps a stranglehold on today thanks to shows like “Tiger King: Murder, … More The Frank O. Pinion Radio Movie Dose: Netflix’s ‘Tiger King’ making television viewing exotic

Here’s What I Know, Volume #19: Where you can find the best fast food breakfast sandwich (among other things)

Welcome to the latest round of Here’s What I Know. Around a thousand words of rambling nonsense best saved for a quiet walk at night. It’s been a few weeks or months since the last H.W.I.K. dispatch, so bear with me and settle in for all the shit that can’t print over at KSDK. It’s … More Here’s What I Know, Volume #19: Where you can find the best fast food breakfast sandwich (among other things)

The Frank O. Pinion Radio Movie Dose: ‘The Hunt’ is an engaging distraction for moviegoers

This week, listeners got a little bit of everything on The Large Morning Show in the Afternoon with Frank O. Pinion and company. In addition to a couple new movie reviews, including one that was incredibly brief, fans of the show got to hear some old classics revisited. Tim Woodburn and Trevor “Limey” Phillips unleashed … More The Frank O. Pinion Radio Movie Dose: ‘The Hunt’ is an engaging distraction for moviegoers

Jennifer N. Linch’s ‘Kung Fu Ghost’ promises something special for film fans

A martial arts comedy is something the world needs in a dire way right now. “Kung Fu Ghost” kicked off production this spring. Bring it on, Jennifer N. Linch. The aspiring and inventive filmmaker won awards for her previous features at the World Film Awards, LA Neo Noir Film Festival, and ICannes International Film Festival … More Jennifer N. Linch’s ‘Kung Fu Ghost’ promises something special for film fans

The Frank O. Pinion Radio Movie Dose: ‘The Way Back’ is Ben Affleck’s best work

Every week on The Large Morning Show in The Afternoon, there’s a group of guys in a studio chatting about movies and television shows. Inside of it all, there’s always a lurking joke or burn awaiting every line reading and word pronunciation. It’s all part of the plan and the segment. Before I can say … More The Frank O. Pinion Radio Movie Dose: ‘The Way Back’ is Ben Affleck’s best work

Thank you, Sam

When I think of the late Sam Imperiale, Frank Sinatra’s “My Way” comes to mind. My wife’s father did what he wanted, when he wanted, and how he wanted. Sometimes, it was the greatest thing to watch on this Earth. He could make everybody in the room laugh. Seriously, send this man into the largest … More Thank you, Sam

Why ‘The Invisible Man’ is an authentic horror experience

One of the greatest fears in life is wondering if someone is watching you. Someone that you can’t see, yet somehow you feel the presence of a body. Filmmakers have toyed with this supernatural condition for decades, but few execute it as well as writer-director Leigh Whannell does with his take on “The Invisible Man.” … More Why ‘The Invisible Man’ is an authentic horror experience

‘Ordinary Love’ is one of the most honest and compassionate films you’ll find about breast cancer

Human beings are a naturally stubborn species. We like to think of ourselves as computers with hearts, arranging our day like a database with carefully manufactured functions and a predictable result at the end of each day. It’s viruses like cancer that send a shock wave into our system, reminding us of our limitless frailty. … More ‘Ordinary Love’ is one of the most honest and compassionate films you’ll find about breast cancer

The Frank O. Pinion Radio Movie Dose (AUDIO): Why ‘The Invisible Man’ is worth your time

Horror films don’t have it easy with me. I’ve seen way too many and therefore leave impressed by few of the newer one’s twists. The supernatural, slasher, spell-casting, and chainsaw-wielding killer doesn’t thrill me enough. Sorry, Michael Myers in your next “Halloween” reincarnation. “The Invisible Man,” adapted and written by Leigh Whannell, was something different. … More The Frank O. Pinion Radio Movie Dose (AUDIO): Why ‘The Invisible Man’ is worth your time