The Movie Show
Fridays from 9 AM - Noon. Listen for reviews of the new movie releases on the big screen with Utah's Doug Wright and Steve Salles.
Friday, November 16, 2018
- A Magical Review, A Magical Man, and the Latest Movie News
Doug and Steve review the latest magical installment in the Fantastic Beasts franchise, reminisce about the life and impact of Stan Lee with FanX's Dan Farr, and talk Instant Family with some outstanding people from the Utah Foster Care program. Join the guys for the latest movie news and reviews on today's Movie Show. The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Fridays 9 am to noon at 1160 AM & 102.7 FM, online, or on the app. https://kslnewsradio.com/
- Instant Family Review With Utah Foster Care
A representative and foster care parents with Utah Foster Care join the guys to review and discuss the new movie, Instant Family. The film received high praise from Steve and his guests, as well as informs and educates it's audiences about the blessings of participating in the foster care system. https://utahfostercare.org/ The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Fridays 9 am to noon at 1160 AM & 102.7 FM, online, or on the app. https://kslnewsradio.com/
- A Tribute to Stan Lee with Dan Farr
This week the world mourns the passing of one of its most beloved creators, Stan Lee. Dan Farr of Fanx Joins Doug and Steve to discuss Stan's influence on pop culture, his talent as a storyteller, and the time he spent in Salt Lake. We will miss you Stan. Excelsior! The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Fridays 9 am to noon at 1160 AM & 102.7 FM, online, or on the app. https://kslnewsradio.com/
Friday, November 9, 2018
- A Die Hard Anniversary Screening
Doug and Steve discuss another holiday favorite, Die Hard, with the Megaplex's Blake Andersen. The beloved thriller is being screened at select theaters across the nation to mark its 30th anniversary.
- The Grinch in the Spider's Web of Movie News
Doug and Steve's hearts grow three-sizes today as they name The Grinch the movie of the week on today's Movie Show. The Megaplex's Blake Andersen joins to discuss the record-breaking October the box office had and a special 30th-anniversary screening of Die Hard. The guys also round-up the best movie news and movie news you just need to know.
- It's a Grinchmas Review and Movie News
Doug and Steve name The Grinch the big movie of the week and list the reasons this holiday flick worked and did not work in their review. Steve sum's up Overlord as a Dirty Dozen meets zombi apokolips, and The Girl In the Spider's Web is missing some of the feral feelings of the first. Don't miss out on these reviews and all you need to know about the best breaking movie news.
Friday, November 2, 2018
- Classic Flicks Filmed In Utah
Virginia Pearce of The Utah Film Commission joins Doug and Steve to discuss some classic movies filmed in our beautiful home state of Utah. Including the Cecil B. DeMille's classic western "Union Pacific." which turns 80 next year and a clip of Deanna Durbin singing along a Southern Utah trail.
- Bohemian Rhapsody and Nutcracker Compete in the Box Office
Will Bohemian Rhapsody or The Nutcracker and the Four Realms be the box office hit this weekend? Doug and Steve review both to help you decide which will win your ticket this weekend. Also, more reviews and movie news to satisfy our popcorn-fans needs.
- Bohemian Rhapsody, Classic Utah Films, and One Persistent Caller
This week on the Movie Show, the Doug and Steve review some musically driven movies including Bohemian Rhapsody and the first Christmas flick of the season, The Nutcracker and the Four Realms. Virginia Pearce of The Utah Film Commission joins to discuss some classic movies filmed locally. And a very persistent caller wins telephone torture.
Friday, October 26, 2018
- All About All Hallows Eve Special
It's a Halloween treat for all our favorite ghosts and gals. Join Doug and Steve as they consider all things Halloween (and some other fun topics). On today's spooky special they bring on guests to discuss some local film treats, break some newsworthy tricks, select some of the best shows haunting your streaming feeds, review some movies out this weekend and more.
- A Submarine Adventure and A Clueless Remake? It's Time for This weeks News and Reviews
Somewhere between Red October and Down Periscope is the big movie of the week, Hunter Killer. According to Steve's review, it's a mix of cheesy and pretty cool moments. And are you excited for a remake of a favorite 90s valley girl's film? Whether your reply is "As if" or "Whatever!" it looks like it is happening.
- Some Halloween Treats for Salt Lake Film Lovers
There are some spooky great films showing for the Halloween season at the Tower and Broadway theater. A guest from the Salt Lake Film Society tell us all what the society has to offer, including how to get your groove on in special showings of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show." And President of the Megaplex Theaters, Blake Andersen, breaks our spooky streak to inform us of some Christmas offerings heading this way.
Friday, October 19, 2018
- Kristin Chenoweth Announced as Special Guest for Tabernacle Choir Christmas Concert
Some spectacular musical guests join Doug and Steve to announce the special guest artist performing with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square's annual Christmas concert. The 'popular' Emmy® and Tony® Award-winning actress and singer join the broadcast herself to proclaim her excitement about being "a part of [the concert] with the probably the best choir in the world." for this holiday tradition.
- Halloween Is Set to Earn Big Chills and a Big Box Office Win
The big movie prediction this weekend is set to be "Halloween," and according to Steve, it might be just as good or even better than the original cult classic. The guys discuss the movie's appeal in this weeks episode.
- Remakes, production delays, and a Christmas Tree Groot?
Spinoffs, lawsuits, significant anniversaries, remakes, and a Christmas tree version of Groot? These are just some of the Movie News topics discussed by Doug and Steve, who always understand, "The Dude abides."