The IGN Movies Show

Welcome back to Keepin' It Reel! Well, we've made it to 300 episodes and it's all thanks to you folks.

In this week's podcast, Jim Vejvoda and Chris Carle are joined by IGN's new entertainment editor, Terri Schwartz. Although we do bring you some of the latest in genre movie news -- including buzz on Gambit, The Fast and The Furious 8, Star Wars -- Episode VIII, and the rebooting of the Men in Black franchise (reportedly without Will Smith) -- this anniversary episode focuses more on answering your questions for us.

We talk about the movies that made us fall in love with cinema, that made us want to cover film for a living, our most memorable movie dates, the flicks we will absolutely never watch, the worst movies we've ever seen, and some of our favorite or most memorable celebrity interviews.

Thank you again, dear audience, for being such faithful fans and for keepin' it reel with us all these years. Here's to three hundred more!

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Welcome back to Keepin' It Reel! In this week's podcast, Jim Vejvoda and Chris Carle bring you the latest in genre movie news.

This week's topics include Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Captain America: Civil War, Wonder Woman, Transformers 5, SPECTRE, Square Enix movie dreams, and the latest buzz on sequels and reboots.

We also talk about filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan and whether his new horror-comedy The Visit can spring him from movie jail.

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Welcome back to Keepin' It Reel! In this week's podcast, Jim Vejvoda, Chris Carle and Eric Goldman bring you the latest in genre movie news. 

This week's topics include Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Star Wars: Episode VIII, Captain America: Civil War, our thoughts on the behind-the-scenes shake-up at Marvel Studios, Steven Spielberg's recent comments on the demise of the superhero movie genre, our favorite and least favorites movies of this past summer, and what films we can't wait to see this fall. 

We also pay our respects to the late, great master of horror, Wes Craven.

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