Week 6: Deadpool & Where To Invade Next

It’s week 6 of CinemAddicts and Greg and Anderson have screened the latest Marvel vehicle and franchise hopeful, would be tent pole, possible studio meal ticket for years to come, that is Deadpool as well as Michael Moore’s latest “Documentary”, Where to Invade Next. Crimson Peak, We Need to Talk About Kevin and Manufacturing Dissent: Uncovering Michael Moore are covered in segment 3 before we’re done.

Posted by on February 10th, 2016
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Week 5: Hail, Caesar!, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies & Misconduct

In week 5 of CinemAddicts Anderson and Greg discuss the Coen bros new Hail, Caesar! as well as  Pride and Prejudice and Zombies as well as a smaller limited release called Misconduct with Anthony Hopkins and Al Pacino. Two worthy picks of the week are covered and we announce our first ever lottery winner.

Posted by on February 3rd, 2016
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Week 4: The Finest Hours & The 2016 Oscar Nominated Shorts

Week 4 of CinemAddicts is here.

Posted by on January 27th, 2016
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Week 3: Mojave, Prescription Thugs, Ip Man 3, Bone Tomahawk & The Look of Silence

Week 3 is here. This week on CinemAddicts, Greg and Anderson cover Mojave, Prescription Thugs, Prescription, Ip Man 3, Bone Tomahawk & The Look of Silence.

Posted by on January 20th, 2016
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Week 2: Moonwalkers, Band of Robbers & Ride Along 2

Week 2

Posted by on January 13th, 2016
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Moonwalkers (January 15, 2016)

moonwalkers-movie-poster1969, the U.S. has launched Apollo 11 into deep space with a certain urgency to beat the dreaded Commies to the moon. A time when all the world’s events were seemingly galvanized by those reported on the grainy images we collectively called “the television set”. I was far from being born when we may or may not have landed on the moon. It’s difficult to get myself in the mindset of what witnessing that must’ve been like. The idea of not having a clue as to what might happen when Neil Armstrong first stepped foot on that spacely rock is lost on me. It’s been fact from day one of my existence. That’s where the value of history and movies come into effect. Moonwalkers, starring Ron Perlman and Rupert Grint is an example of that and might I say is utterly worth your time.

The film opens with Perlman deep, so very deep in the Korean jungle, facing off against a worthy adversary. We quickly move from that war to the war at home which is a populated with a starkly juxtaposed community, populated solely by war mongering weapon tech geek militants and their flower wielding, drug addled, artistic counterparts. We’ve all seen this before, but the richness of the scene and texture in Moonwalkers breathes new life into this otherwise tired trope. I haven’t even mentioned Kubrick yet. Christ! (more…)

Posted by on January 13th, 2016
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Week 1: The Revenant, Anomalisa & The Abandoned

CinemAddicts: Week 1

Posted by on January 6th, 2016
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Official Cold Cockle T-Shirt $30 Free Shipping to USA

CCP-ShirtLimited run of black and gold CCP shirts. These are soft and exceptionally comfortable.

Shirts are all unisex. A medium acts as a woman’s large.

All money collected goes back into future Cold Cockle Productions.

Please send me an email if you’re from another country and we’ll work something out.


Posted by on July 24th, 2015
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A Cold Cockle Night – September 26, 7:30PM, Los Angeles, CA. 21 and Over


Thanks for a great night. Looking at doing an all ages show at another venue soon.

Thanks again for all your help and support.


Posted by on July 23rd, 2015
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Roar (1981)

ROAR_BANNERI’m pissed. I’m angry. Not since learning about the sounds of turtle sex (click that link, you won’t be disappointed even if you’ve heard it before) have I felt so woefully in the dark about something as I have these last few days since learning about the 1981 movie Roar. More than a 120 big cats, 70 cast and crew members injured, over 300 stitches required, broken bones, a scalping, gangrene and Melanie Griffith ultimately required plastic surgery before the production of Roar was done with them. Described as the most dangerous film ever produced, yet somehow it has eluded me and most everyone I have yelled at about it. (more…)

Posted by on April 24th, 2015
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