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 a few of their favorite movies to watch for people that are stuck inside amidst the Coronavirus. Woodburn picked a few from around the time I was born while Limey had a broad selection of flicks.

Everybody didn’t get a chance to go, but that can be saved for next week’s segment.

In addition, I reviewed the new film from Craig Zobel, “The Hunt.” A take on the most dangerous game, this 90 minute cinematic juice box had thrills, good action, epic kills, and a heavy dose of humor. Betty Gilpin shows off her leading lady talent while Hilary Swank gets to have a little sinister fun as the big bad lady wolf who organized the hunt of a dozen random people.

The film doesn’t carry much weight, but I don’t think that was the point. Unlike the other new release, “Bloodshot” with Vin Diesel, this film had a goal and it was to entertain and distract you from all the chaos outside the theater.

Here’s the full segment.

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