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Dune is worth some time in the sand   (10:29)10-22-2021
Doug and Steve both enjoyed Dune but at a little different levels. Warren Miller's 72nd annual film plays this weekend in Utah and we here from a featured athlete. D is back for the return of an interesting Quirky Pick. The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Fr...
The Last Duel is a tough watch, but worth it   (21:12)10-15-2021
Doug and Steve agree: The Last Duel has some tough scenes to watch and it earns its R rating, but it is a solid film. Two incredible guests join the show this week: Tori Baker of the Salt Lake Film Society discusses re-openings and how they adjusted for the pandemic, and Michael ...
Daniel Craig goes out with a bang in No Time to Die   (17:20)10-8-2021
No Time to Die may not be the greatest James Bond film, but it certainly isn't the worst either and a solid exit for Daniel Craig. "The Comish" Virginia Pearce of the Utah Film Commission is live and in-person for the first time in a seeming eternity. D returns with Quirky Picks ...
Venom: Let There Be Carnage seems vaguely familiar   (24:23)10-1-2021
Venom: Let There Be Carnage is the sequel to the 2018 Tom Hardy film Venom. Doug skipped this one but Steve says it feels vaguely familiar. The guys get an update on the major renovations nearly complete at The Gateway from Jeff Whipple. D is out this week but plenty of other mov...
Dear Evan Hansen has the guys split   (26:48)9-24-2021
Dear Evan Hansen is the feature film adaptation of the Broadway smash hit, but Doug and Steve are split on their feelings about it. The guys also talk with independent producer Adam Able about some of the great projects being produced here in Utah. D brings some pop culture to th...
Cry Macho made the guys want to cry...but not in a good way   (18:26)9-17-2021
Cry Macho is the latest from legendary actor and director Clint Eastwood, but Steve and Doug say it's far from his best. The guys also talk with independent producer, writer and director Garrett Batty. D rejoices at the return of Real Housewives of SLC during the Quirky Picks of ...
Malignant is so scary Steve had to turn off his phone   (04:04)9-10-2021
Malignant is the new horror film from James Wan, the director behind Aquaman, Furious 7 and The Conjuring. The guys also talk to Jamie Farr, star of movies and television, including playing the role of Corporal Klinger in M*A*S*H. He will be appearing at FanX. Virginia Pearce of ...
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Bracelets?   (14:08)9-3-2021
The guys enjoyed Marvel's latest outing, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, but argue that they aren't really rings. Robynn Garfield joins the guys live on-air for her last show as producer and discusses movie favorites for Halloween. D also joins to go over her Quirky Pi...
Candyman is an unexpected follow-up   (17:16)8-27-2021
Candyman is the latest brain child of Jordan Peele, an unsettling horror story based on the 1992 film of the same name. The guys also talk to Jeff Johnson, the biggest name in movie casting in the Beehive State. D also joins to go over her Quirky Picks of the Week.  The Movie S...
Reminiscence of a pretty decent movie   (28:08)8-20-2021
The guys review Reminiscence, a pretty alright film with a star-studded cast. They also talk to film-maker Amy Redford about her most recent local projects and, as always, D joins for the Quirky Picks of the Day! The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Fridays 9...
Free Guy is a fantastic ride   (46:14)8-13-2021
Free Guy open exclisively in theaters Friday August 13, and the guys gave it rave reviews. They also talk with Virginia Pearce from the Utah Film Commission about all the local productions in the works.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Fridays 9 am to n...
The Suicide Squad earns its R rating   (22:33)8-6-2021
Today's Big Movie Review is for The Suicide Squad. It's jam packed with stars, wacky characters and violence. Listen in for their full review. The show is also joined by Angela McBride with the details on the silent film celebration coming up at the Legacy Crossing Megaplex. The...
Jungle Cruise sails down a frenetic river   (29:48)7-30-2021
Today's Big Movie Review is for the latest from Disney: Jungle Cruise and stars film powerhouses Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt. The guys had a lot to say about the cast and sets, listen in for their full review. The show is also joined by Jim D'Arc, Utah movie archivist and an e...
A new film with an Old twist   (28:36)7-23-2021
A new offering from thriller director M. Night Shyamalan titled Old provides a lot of ups and downs for viewers. The guys also talk to D about her latest TV and movie pics on this special 24th of July Movie Show special.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen...
Was Space Jam: A New Legacy worth the wait?   (19:41)7-16-2021
After over 25 years, a follow-up to the 1996 Space Jam hits the court. Space Jam: A New Legacy is a bit of a jumble, but Steve and Doug say the kids might find it fun.  We also talk with Maclain Nelson and Tanner Gillman from the upcoming Once I was Engaged, a sequel to the Utah...
Black Widow worth a watch   (42:54)7-9-2021
This week's Big Movie of the Week is Black Widow, a solid offering from the MCU. The guys also talk with Steve Brosvik, CEO of the Utah Symphony about the upcoming Films in Concert series (you won't want to miss it!). The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Frid...
Fourth of July Movie Show Special Part 2!   (33:13)7-2-2021
Join us for the second installment of our very special Movie Show Independence Day extravaganza! The gang talks to notable names like Governor Spencer Cox, Representative John Curtis, along with a host \of our KSL friends.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. List...
Fourth of July Movie Show Special Part 1!   (48:05)7-1-2021
Join the guys on this prelude to Independence Day! They talk about a fruit salad of new movies, and interview a wide range of guests to talk about all the favorite patriotic movies.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Fast and the Funniest?   (33:46)6-25-2021
The guys review F9: The Fast Saga. Is it serious fun, or inadvertently funny? They also talk to D about her picks of the week and of course, Telephone Torture makes its notorious appearance! The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Fridays 9 am to noon at 1160 AM...
Live from Megaplex Theater!   (51:53)6-18-2021
The guys go back to the movies with our broadcast today coming straight from the source; Megaplex Theater at Jordan Commons.  The Big Movie of the week is Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard. If you can stomach the language and violence, you might enjoy the all-star cast. Virginia Pearce...
In the Heights soars into great reviews   (22:23)6-11-2021
The guys gush over In The Heights, a new musical offering from Lin-Manuel Miranda. They also review a spread of other films, including Queen Bees and Censor.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Fridays 9 am to noon at 1160 AM & 102.7 FM, kslnewsradio.com, ...
The Movie Show is a Spirit Untamed   (33:45)6-5-2021
After watching the big release this week, DreamWork's Spirit Untamed, the guys breakdown this family film. They also talk with two of the stars of Witnesses and Mauli Junior Bonner, Writer, Director, and Producer of His Name is Green Flake The Movie Show with Doug Wright and St...
A Quiet Place II lands big on The Movie Show   (21:21)5-28-2021
After watching the big release this week, A Quiet Place II, the guys have a lot of good things to say about the follow-up. They also talk about Cruella, a new fashion-heavy film staring Emma Stone and Emma Thompson.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Frid...
Dream Horse dream movie?   (17:10)5-21-2021
Doug and Steve talk about this week's big movie, Dream Horse, a fresh family filly flick. They also talk to Virginia Pearce, Director of the Utah Film Commission, about the 30th anniversary of the release of Thelma and Louise. The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Li...
Army of the Dead serves up a satisfying zombie fare   (26:37)5-14-2021
Doug and Steve review Army of the Dead, a lengthy zombie flick from director Zack Snyder. D joins to chew over the Quirky Picks of the Week and the Movie Show welcomes Governor Spencer Cox to chat about his favorite movies.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Lis...
The Wrath of Man serves up endless action   (31:10)5-7-2021
Doug and Steve review a host of films, including The Big Movie of the Week The Wrath of Man, an action offering staring Jason Stratham. They also talk to Bryce Clark, director of the film Mission Stories, and Joshua French, the actor playing Chuck in the film.  The Movie Show w...
A solid family movie lands on Netflix   (26:00)4-30-2021
Doug and Steve review The Mitchells Vs. The Machines, a new animated family offering from Netflix-they loved it! The gang also talks to Charles Tabesh from Turner Classic Movies about the upcoming Classic Film Festival and D Wright joins with the Quirky Picks of the Week.  The ...
The Movie Show welcomes Turner Classic Movies!   (14:49)4-30-2021
Charles Tabesh, Senior Vice President with Turner Classic Movies joins Doug to talk about the upcoming TCM Classic Film Festival starting on May 6. If you love classic films, you won't want to miss this year's lineup!  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen F...
Does Mortal Kombat earn its stripes?   (26:13)4-23-2021
The guys talk about this week's Big Movie Review Mortal Kombat; does it deliver the hype? We also talk to Mariah Mellus from the Utah Film Center and D Wright joins for the quirky pick of the week! The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Fridays 9 am to noon at ...
April 16 Movie Show Part 1   (51:27)4-19-2021
Part one of the Movie Show from April 16, including the Big Movie Review and an interview with Shaunna Thompson, star of the upcoming Mission Stories.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Morgan Freeman's Vanquish fails to deliver   (00:23)4-16-2021
Doug and Steve review a host of movies today, including Vanquish, a unintentional snoozer staring Morgan Freeman. They also talk with Shaunna Thompson, star in the upcoming local release Mission Stories.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Fridays 9 am to ...
Thunder Force or Thunder Farce?   (23:29)4-9-2021
Doug and Steve review the Thunder Force, the latest offering from Ben Falcone. They also talk with Virginia Pearce from the Utah Film Commission and D Wright joins with the Quarantine Picks of the Day.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kong vs. Godzilla deserves to be seen on the big screen   (01:38)4-2-2021
Doug and Steve review Kong vs. Gozilla, this week's Big Movie Review. The guys also weigh in on The Unholy, Concrete Cowby, Every Breath You Take and French Exit.  Adam Irving, director of Rulon, joins them to discuss the film's look at the unbelievable life of the gold-medal Ol...
Nobody is suprisingly fun   (23:05)3-26-2021
Doug and Steve review Nobody, this weeks Big Movie Review. Spoiler alert: they loved it. The guys also weigh in on Tina, A Week Away, Six Minutes to Midnight and Kuessipan and D Wright joins with her Quarantine Picks of the Week.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salle...
The Courier curries favor with the gang   (22:27)3-19-2021
Doug and Steve review The Courier, this weeks Big Movie Review. Spoiler alert: they loved it. The guys also talk to KSL's own Don Brinkerhoff about his viewing of the new Snyder cut of the Justice League and D Wright joins with her Quarantine Picks of the Week.  The Movie Show ...
Utah welcomes 5 new film projects   (20:14)3-12-2021
Doug and Steve review this week's Big Movie of the Week, a wrenching look at dementia titled The Father, starting Anthony Hopkins. Virginia Pearce, Director of the Utah Film Commission joins to talk about the new film projects coming to Utah, and D talks about her Quarantine Pick...
Raya wins at the theaters   (29:03)3-5-2021
Doug and Steve go to the movies! Disney's newest animated offering Raya wins big with the guys, especially in it's theatrical format. They also talk Megaplex updates with Jeff Whipple and D joins for the Quarantine Picks of the Week.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve S...
Murder Among the Mormons: full interview with Jared Hess and Tyler Measom   (32:24)2-26-2021
Doug sits down with filmmakers Jared Hess and Tyler Measom to talk about their upcoming Netflix docuseries Murder Among the Mormons, an intimate and chilling look at the events surrounding the Mark Hoffman forgeries scandal in Utah during the 1980s.  See omnystudio.com/listener...
Tom and Jerry go to the Movies   (29:28)2-26-2021
Steve gives his take on the new Tom and Jerry film, and, spoiler alert, he did not care for it. The guys also talk about the latest in movie news and Doug airs his interview with Jared Hess and Tyler Measom about their upcoming Netlix series Murder Among the Mormons.  The Movie...
Blithe Spirit gets a remake   (26:03)2-19-2021
The Big Movie of the Week is a remake of the classic play Blithe Spirit. The guys also talk with Tori Baker about what's happening at the Salt Lake Film Society, and toss in some telephone torture and the Movie Show Top Ten. The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. List...
Black History Month starts with Judas and the Black Messiah   (19:11)2-12-2021
Steve gives top scores to our Big Movie of the Week, Judas and the Black Messiah. The guys also talk the movies Land, The Mauritanian, The World to Come, and Map of Tiny Perfect Things, plus Kels Goodman joins to give the inside scoop on the 20th annual LDS Film Festival The Mo...
Little Fish introduces a whole different pandemic   (21:16)2-5-2021
If you've had enough of one pandemic, our Big Movie of the Week, Little Fish, will introduce you to an even scarier one. The guys also talk Sundance and more with Scott Chester and review Bliss, Payback, Below Zero and a Glitch in the Matrix. The Movie Show with Doug Wright and ...
Denzel Washington lights it up in The Little Things   (30:03)1-29-2021
Denzel Washington and Rami Malek star in our Big Movie of the Week The Little Things. The guys also talk Sundance and review Finding Ohana, Malcolm and Marie, and Supernova. The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Fridays 9 am to noon at 1160 AM & 102.7 FM, ksln...
The Dig digs up a decent plot   (29:02)1-22-2021
Doug and Steve review The Dig, this week's Big Movie Review. The gang also chats with Virginia Pearce about this year's digital Sundance Film Festival.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Fridays 9 am to noon at 1160 AM & 102.7 FM, kslnewsradio.com, or on ...
The Marksman: does it hit the mark?   (25:58)1-17-2021
The gang reviews The Marskman, a new Liam Neeson thriller. They also talk about MLK/FBI and go over the latest in movie news.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Fridays 9 am to noon at 1160 AM & 102.7 FM, kslnewsradio.com, or on the App. Follow us on Face...
Top Hat Video still renting all your favorites   (07:12)1-8-2021
Doug and Steve review One Night in Miami, this week's big Big Movie of the Week. They also talk to Shanna Earl, Store Manager of Top Hat Video in Bountiful, one of the state's last video rental stores, about how the store is thriving after nearly 4 decades in business.  The Mov...
Happy New Year from The Movie Show!   (27:52)1-1-2021
The guys welcome in the new year with a few reviews, including Pieces of a Woman and Shadow in the Clouds. They also talk to Blake Andersen from Mepaplex Theaters about some exciting numbers from the theater's Christmas day box office sales.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and...
Merry Christmas Eve!   (30:38)12-28-2020
It's Christmas Eve! Doug and Steve talk to Gail Miller about her favorite Christmas movies, and chat about the same with actor Kirby Heyborne and Gentri singer Casey Elliot.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Fridays 9 am to noon at 1160 AM & 102.7 FM, ks...
The Movie Show Christmas Special!   (29:43)12-23-2020
Merry Christmas from the Movie Show! Join the gang and a star-studded list of guests on this holiday special. We review Wonder Woman 1984 and a list of other festive openings just in time for your holiday viewing! The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Fridays ...
Monster Hunter: A satisfying piece of cinematic candy   (01:47)12-23-2020
The gang talk about Monster Hunter, a fluffy but satisfying action film just in time for a holiday trip to the theaters. They also talk with Rob Diamond and Adam Hightower from the new local film Lucy Shimmer and the Prince of Peace.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inf...
George Clooney goes to space   (15:53)12-13-2020
The Midnight Sky takes George Clooney to space in a nearly unrecognizable roll. The gang also reviews a host of new releases coming to the theaters and VOD.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Fridays 9 am to noon at 1160 AM & 102.7 FM, kslnewsradio.com, o...
Holiday happenings and festive films   (14:08)12-4-2020
The Big Movie of the Week is The Prom, a new musical offering starring Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman. The gang also talks to Sally Deitline from the Hale Center Theater about their plans for the Christmas Season.   The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Frid...
Happy Black Friday from The Movie Show!   (29:05)11-27-2020
Steve and Doug review Christmas Chronicles 2 and The Croods 2, along with a few other flicks coming out today at theaters and online.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Fridays 9 am to noon at 1160 AM & 102.7 FM, kslnewsradio.com, or on the App. Follow us...
The Forgotten Carols makes its film debut   (19:09)11-20-2020
The Big Movie of the Week is Vanguard, a campy action flick starring the legendary Jackie Chan. The gang also talks to music mogul Michael McLean and actress Adrien Swenson about the release of the new film adaptation of The Forgotten Carols, now in its 29th year.  The Movie Sh...
Fatman is a Santa film for grownups   (20:02)11-13-2020
Listen in as Steve and Doug chew over the movies of the week, including Fatman, a Santa Clause film that's definitely not family friendly. The also review The Climb, a new buddy film Steve enjoyed. As usual, Telephone Torture and the Quirky Picks of the day round out the show! ...
The Santa Box hits Utah theaters   (20:37)11-6-2020
The Big Movie of the Week is Let Him Go, a morose, compelling drama starring Diane Lane. The gang also chats with the director and star of The Santa Box, a local Christmas production that hits theaters today.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Fridays 9 a...
Holidate out in time for Halloween   (49:29)10-30-2020
The Big Movie of the Week is Holidate, a raunchy romantic comedy hitting theaters just in time for the holidays. The gang also chats about movie theater popcorn and a new locally-made sequel to "Once I was a Beehive" in production now.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve...
What about The Witches?   (11:14)10-23-2020
Just in time for Halloween, a new film version of Raul Dahl's beloved book The Witches is released on HBO Max. Steve loves it, but cautions against showing it to younger viewers. Doug and Steve also talk to Mariah Mellus from the Utah Film Center about the organization's drive-in...
Covid documentary It's Totally Under Control to debut on Hulu   (18:18)10-16-2020
Liam Neeson frontlines a new movie; Honest Thief. The gang also talks about a new documentary about the handling of the Covid 19 pandemic called It’s Totally Under Control, a film so up-to-the-minute it covers news stories from last week. D joins to talk about the Quirky Quaran...
On The Rocks hits theaters, is it worth a watch?   (45:00)10-9-2020
Doug and Steve review a host of new movies, including On The Rocks, The Trial of the Chicago Seven, and Hubie Halloween. Virginia Pearce joins the show with Wolf of Snow Hollow star Jim Cummings to talk about the movie's local production.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and St...
A Call to Spy and a little Christmas music   (30:53)10-2-2020
Steve and Doug review A Call To Spy and I Am Woman, among a few other offerings for the week. Composer Michael Mclean joins the gang to talk about this year's Forgotten Carols: no live performances but a movie is coming! The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen F...
Zillionaire teaches us how to heist   (25:19)9-25-2020
The gang review Zillionaire, a new heist film. They also talk popcorn with Megaplex Theaters and learn all about the new Redman Backlot. As usual, D joins for the Quarantine Pick of the Week and Telephone Torture reigns supreme.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles...
Is 'The Devil all the Time' worth a watch?   (22:13)9-18-2020
A new Robert Pattison film pushes the boundaries of suspense and drama. The gang also reviews Antebellum and a new film about the life of legend Chuck Berry.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Fridays 9 am to noon at 1160 AM & 102.7 FM, kslnewsradio.com, ...
Is the "New Normal" working at the box office?   (27:23)9-11-2020
Tenet opened last week amidst cinematic uncertainty as theaters in the U.S. opened to lowered capacity. Doug and Steve talk about the box office results a week out, and review the Big Movie of the Week "The Broken Hearts Gallery". The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles...
Tenet lands in theaters; will movies goers respond?   (32:07)9-4-2020
Christopher Nolan's sci fi thriller Tenet becomes one of the first big studio flicks to land at movie theaters during the Covid pandemic. Doug and Steve review the much anticipated film and talk about some of the complexities of the plot. Disney releases Mulan online-only, will f...
The Movie Show goes back to the theaters   (20:41)8-28-2020
The gang goes to the movies (finally)! Doug sees Bill and Ted Face the Music and gives us his thoughts on the reboot. Steve mulls of New Mutants,and, as, always, they talk about the Quarantine Picks of the Week and do a little Telephone Torture.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright...
The Movie Show goes Unhinged!   (18:48)8-21-2020
Doug and Steve review the new Russel Crowe action film Unhinged. They also talk Tesla and, as always, D joins the gang to talk the Quarantine Picks of the Week! he Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Fridays 9 am to noon at 1160 AM & 102.7 FM, kslnewsradio.com, ...
What is The Magic Garden?   (29:33)8-14-2020
Steve and Doug review the latest cinematic installment of The Secret Garden. Doug enjoyed it but wishes they'd left out some of the CGI magic. The gang talks with Virginia Pearce of the Utah Film Commission and review D and Doug's Quarantine Pick's of the Week.  The Movie Show ...
Take a trip to Italy with new Liam Neeson film   (54:51)8-7-2020
Doug and Steve review a few movies set in Italy, including a drama called Made in Italy, and thriller The Burnt Orange Heresy. They also mull over a the Quarntine Picks of the Week and Steve gives us his thoughts on Gone With The Wind.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve...
Rebuilding Paradise and the biggest movie news   (52:28)7-31-2020
A must see documentary is Rebuilding Paradise, all about the community of Paradise, California and its attempts to rebuild after devastating wildfires in 2018. Doug Wright and Steve Salles take a deep dive into other movie news and documentary reviews.    The Movie Show with D...
Marie Curie hits screens with Radioactive   (30:17)7-24-2020
Looking for a few films to add to your list this weekend? Steve and Doug both enjoyed Radioactive, a new bio-pic about the life of scientist Marie Curie. Steve also recommends The Rental, a spooky indi-flick that can be seen at any of the Megaplex theaters. The Movie Show with D...
Doug and Steve talk documentaries   (30:29)7-17-2020
Doug and Steve review a few worth-a watch documentaries, including Runner and Heart of Africa, a new Utah-based film sold at local bookstores.  The gang goes over the Quarantine Picks of the week-D recommends On the Basis of Sex and Doug liked Sun Valley Serenade. The Movie Sh...
Is The Old Guard worth a watch?   (27:30)7-10-2020
Doug and Steve talk about Netflix new feature-length offering The Old Guard, and action flick about a gang of immortal misfits staring Charlize Theron. They also review No Small Matter, a facinating documentary about early childhood development.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright...
A week full of movie wins   (57:22)7-3-2020
Doug and Steve don't have much to complain about with this week's cinematic offerings. They enjoyed the brutal but compelling The Outpost, and had good things to say about John Lewis: Good Trouble and The Truth as well as high marks for David Foster: Off the Record.  he Movie S...
Will Ferrel wins with new flick   (07:37)6-26-2020
Doug and Steve review Eurovision Song Contest; Steve says it's one of Will Ferrel's best in years. The gang also chews over Disneyland news, and what's coming up on Netflix and Hulu.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Fridays 9 am to noon at 1160 AM & 102...
At home no more! The Movie Show goes to Megaplex   (01:51)6-19-2020
After three months of broadcasting from Doug's house, the gang is out and about,broadcasting today's show from the Megaplex Theaters. Steve and Doug review 7500, My Darling Vivian, Babyteeth, and a new art flick on the life of artist Hieronymous Bosch. The Movie Show with Doug W...
Is Fowl fair? Maybe not, but there's still plenty of fare, good news, and even cookies   (21:17)6-16-2020
It's a week for some great news, plenty of reviews, an interview with Utah Film Commission Director Virginia Pearce, a cookie auction for a good cause, and much more! This weeks reviews include Artemus Fowl, The King of Staten Island, Sometimes Always Never,  and Vincent Van Gog...
An abreviated Movie Show   (38:16)6-5-2020
Due to technical difficulties at KSL's main station, today's Movie Show became a historical event, clocking in at a brief 31 minutes. The guys managed to pack in a review of Shirley, 2040, along with the Movie Show Top Ten and Doug and D's Quarantine Pick's of the Week.  The Mo...
Bad Education: a good movie about a bad situation   (33:49)5-29-2020
Doug and Steve go over the films of the week, including the Big Movie Review of the Week: Bad Education. They also review the new spoof show Space Force, and Doug brings D on the talk about the couple's Quarantine Pick's of the Day.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Sa...
Remembering Coach Sloan, and Utah's biggest military movies   (51:53)5-22-2020
At the start of today's Movie Show, we recieved news of the passing of former Jazz Coach Jerry Sloan. Doug and Steve have the opportunity to talk to former players Mark Eaton and Thurl Bailey and sports newscaster Craig Bolerjack during the show. The gang is also joined by Jim D...
Is the Wrong Missy the wrong movie?   (10:17)5-15-2020
Doug and Steve review a list a new films, including Netflix newest commedy offering with David Spade The Wrong Missy. If you do end up checkning this one out, watch out for the language, cautions the guys. The Vast of Night is Steve's Pick of the Week, and Doug and D go over thei...
Is Arkansas worth watching?   (21:03)5-8-2020
Doug and Steve review a cornucopia of movies this week, including the newest drama/thriller, Arkansas. They also talk about a few must-see documentaries, and have a quick chat with the Mayor of Holladay on how the city is coping with Covid.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and ...
Will we be going to back to the movies soon?   (52:34)5-1-2020
Utah has announced some openings amid the Covid quarantine, and this means movie theaters will reopen on a restricted basis. Virginia Pearce with the Utah Film Comission talks about the landscape of Utah's film industry as we move forward, and Jeff Whipple from Megaplex Theaters ...
The Willoughbys, Extraction, and Once is Enough   (12:03)4-24-2020
Doug and Steve chew over the latest in streaming movies and lend their take to The Willoughbys, a dark new annimated film. They also talk to Patrick Hubley from the Utah Film Center about the Tumbleweeds Film Festival, an ongoing, online children's film festival.  Jeff Binney a...
Code 8 and Doug and D's Quarantine Picks of the Day   (02:35)4-17-2020
Doug and Steve review Code 8 and Booksellers, among a few other films released on streaming services in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. They also chew over Doug and D's Quarantine Picks of the Day.  The Movie Show with Doug Wright and Steve Salles. Listen Fridays 9 am to no...
Does Trolls World Tour stack up?   (15:33)4-10-2020
Steve and Doug review the latest in home-watched blockbusters. On the list; Trolls World Tour, Abe, The Tale of Bill Cunningham, and Love Wedding Repeat.  The gang also talks over Doug and D's Quarantine Pick's of the Day, and review the latest in movie and streaming news.  T...
Quarantine picks of the day!   (24:05)4-3-2020
Doug and Steve come to you live from Doug's home library as we roll through the new normal that is the COVID-19 social isolation period. Steve recommends watching The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society and D and Doug go over their quarantine picks.  The Movie Show w...
Quarantine Movie Picks!   (58:41)3-27-2020
With so many people quarantined at home Doug, Steve. and even D, are ready to talk about their quarantine movie picks!
Let’s start streaming!   (04:17)3-21-2020
Theaters might be closed, but we got some great streaming news and reviews for you today!
Will The Hunt be a hit?   (30:34)3-13-2020
The Hunt has finally hit the theaters, but will it be a hit with audiences?
The Movie Show goes 'Onward' even if James Bond doesn't (yet)   (47:19)3-6-2020
Pixar's Onward opens today. Is it a fun and unique family road trip movie or does it borrow too much from other films? Doug and Steve break it down. The coronavirus takes down James Bond, but not forever. And Patrick Hubley, Executive Director of the Utah Film Center, discusses t...
Author-historian Donald Guillory on black representation in film   (18:37)2-28-2020
It’s Black History Month and we are excited to have author-historian Donald Guillory of TheNecronomi.com to discuss the importance of the representation of diversity in the media.
Will audiences see The Invisible Man?   (32:01)2-28-2020
The Invisible Man hits the theaters and we ask if audiences will see it.
The Call of The Movie Show   (23:21)2-21-2020
Today’s big movie of the week is The Call of the Wild but there is a lesser-known horror movie that just might be Steve’s pick-of-the-week.
Utah Film Day on the Hill 2020   (25:53)2-14-2020
Today, filmmakers and fans show their support of the Utah Film industry at the state capital for Film Day at the Hill.
The fantabulous Oscar 2020 Movie Show   (27:38)2-7-2020
One Harley Quinn is back in theaters with some fantabulous friends in Birds of Prey, we have the review. Also, Oscar predictions.
Movie Show Sundance 2020 Special   (32:46)2-5-2020
The Movie Show takes over the Utah Film Studios for our Sundance 2020 special! We talk about all things Sundance and explore why the festival and film industry means so much for Utah.
These reviews are kinda 'wack'   (12:19)2-1-2020
Steve is not impressed with this week's reviews; ‘The Rhythm Section,’ and ‘Gretel and Hansel.’
The Joy of Utah Film with Scott Chester   (16:22)1-31-2020
Filmmaker and Production Manager Scott Chester joins the Movie Show to talk about his current Sundance film, Nine Days.
The Movie Show Gentlemen   (36:33)1-24-2020
Guy Ritchie’s new action film The Gentlemen is making an impression on Doug & Steve, but the language in the movie is not for everyone.