Scream VI

Going to the cineplex or staying in and streaming this weekend? Every Thursday morning at 8:15 a.m. you can listen to Mike Schulz dish on recent movie releases & talk smack about Hollywood celebs on Planet 93.9 FM with the fabulous Dave & Darren in the Morning team of Dave Levora and Darren Pitra. The morning crew previews upcoming releases, too.

Or you can check the Reader Web site and listen to their latest conversation by the warm glow of your electronic device. Never miss a pithy comment from these three scintillating pundits again.

Friday, March 10: A little later than usual ... and a little longer than usual! Discussion of Creed III and Operation Fortune: Ruse de Guerre; a (p)review of Scream VI (it's really good!); anticipation for the Beck/Woods 65; predictions for this Sunday's Academy Awards; and reminiscences of being traumatized by Sesame Street.

Thursday, March 2: Discussion of Cocaine Bear and Jesus Revolution.

Thursday, February 23: Discussion of Ant-Man & the Wasp: Quantumania, and much excitement for Cocaine Bear - the oddest-imaginable reunion for The Americans stars Keri Russell, Matthew Rhys, and Margo Martindale.

Thursday, February 16: Discussion of Magic Mike's Last Dance, Consecration, Your Place or Mine, and You People, plus a sneak (p)review of Marlowe.

Thursday, February 9: Discussion of 80 for Brady, Knock a the Cabin, and The Amazing Maurice.

Thursday, February 2: Discussion of Infinity Pool, Women Talking, Living, and To Leslie.

Thursday, January 26: Discussion of Tuesday's Oscar nominations, plus Missing, EO, and The Son.

Thursday, January 19: Discussion of Plane, Skinamarink, and House Party, and a few guesses on next week's Oscar nominations.

Thursday, January 12: Discussion of M3GAN and A Man Called Otto, and much eagerness at the prospect of Plane.

Thursday, January 5: After two Thursdays off, the boys are back with discussion of Avatar: The Way of Water, Babylon, The Whale, Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance with Somebody, and Puss in Boots: The Last Wish.

Thursday, December 15: In the gents' last chat of 2022, discussion of Spoiler Alert, Emancipation, and Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio, plus a few words on Avatar: The Way of Water, Jeanne Dielman ..., and the Adult Swim Yule Log. Happy Holidays!

Thursday, December 8: Discussion of Violent Night, RRR, Sr., Stutz, Causeway, and All Quiet on the Western Front, plus quite a bit of advance chatter on next week's Avatar: The Way of Water.

Thursday, December 1: After a week off, a lightning-round discussion of (deep breath) Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, The Fabelmans, Strange World, Devotion, The Menu, Bones & All, She Said, Good Night Oppy, The Wonder, and Spirited.

Thursday, November 17: Before the guys take a week off for Thanksgiving, discussion of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Aftersun, and The Good Nurse, plus previews of Glass Onion, The Menu, She Said, and more.

Thursday, November 10: Discussion of The Banshees of Inisherin, Armageddon Time, and Decision to Leave; a preview of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever; and semi-shameless plugs for Mike's 12 Angry Jurors at Playcrafters and Dave's return in the return of ComedySportz.

Thursday, November 3: Discussion of TAR, Till, Call Jane, and Prey for the Devil, plus advance excitement for The Banshees of Inisherin.

Thursday, October 27: Discussion of Ticket to Paradise, Black Adam, and The Triangle of Sadness, one of which wasn't awful.

Thursday, October 20: Discussion of Halloween Ends, an announced sequel to Twister, the forthcoming movie theater in downtown Davenport, and more.

Thursday, October 13: Discussion of Amsterdam and Lyle, Lyle, Cr

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