Week 21: X-Men: Apocalypse, Alice Through the Looking Glass & Presenting Princess Shaw

CinemAddicts comes strong this week with some X-Men: Apocalypse, a little Alice through the Looking Glass and one of the best films of the year to this point in Presenting Princess Shaw. Anderson gets Divine with his streaming pick and Greg doesn’t disappoint with his Frank Tashlin Blu-ray pick.

Posted by on May 25th, 2016
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Week 20: Art Bastard, Manhattan Night & Neighbors 2

Greg and Anderson talk Art Bastard, Manhattan Night and Neighbors 2 on episode Week 20 of Cinemaddicts. A doc about art, a modern day New York noir film and a comedy sequel span the gambit of taste. Hard Sell and 24 Hour Party People round out the show.

Posted by on May 18th, 2016
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Week 19: The Lobster, The Darkness, Alps & Mustang

Week 19 brings a wide release Kevin Bacon horror film with The Darkness and an art-house fantasy flick staring Rachel Weisz, John C. Reily and Colin Farrell called The Lobster. Alps and Mustang are also discussed with one being deemed a triumph while the other is simply rubbish. Thanks for checking out the show.

Posted by on May 13th, 2016
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Week 18: The Family Fang, Elstree 1976 & Being Charlie

CinemAddicts is finally of legal age as we discuss the new Jason Bateman directed drama/comedy that is The Family Fang, the Star Wars documentary Elstree 1976 that examines the lives of some of  the original background talent and Greg gets a word or two in about Being Charlie. Atom Egoyan’s Remember is discussed in the last segment as well as a new doc available on Netflix called Team Foxcatcher.

Posted by on May 4th, 2016
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Week 17: Captain America: Civil War, Papa Hemingway in Cuba & The Wait

CinemAddicts does week 17 proper with Captain America, Hemingway and The Wait. Jane Got a Gun and one that should not be slept on called Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley’s Island of Dr. Moreau.

Posted by on April 27th, 2016
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Week 16: Elvis & Nixon, The Meddler & A Hologram for the King

Sweet 16 here on CinemAddicts where Greg and Anderson talk stunt casting with Elvis & Nixon, an older lady movie that works with Susan Sarandon in The Meddler and Tom Hank’s new one, A Hologram for the King. A documentary about the life and death of filmmaker Nora Ephron is covered for the streaming pick of the week and Hitchcock’s sorta classic Suspicion is Greg’s DVD pick of the week.

Posted by on April 20th, 2016
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Week 15: Green Room, The Jungle Book & The Invitation

Big week here on CinemAddicts. Greg and Anderson have two strong movies to talk about with the much anticipated Green Room and the new Disney instant classic, The Jungle Book. The Invitation and The Adderall Diaries are also discussed as well as the ultra low budget Coherence and Point Break. No, not the Keanu Point Break, but rather the new one which causes Anderson to think something might be wrong with Greg.

Posted by on April 15th, 2016
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Cold Cockle Upcoming Screenings

ccp-logo-sq-lrgredREDDProbably my favorite short I’ve made thus far will be screening at the TCL Chinese Theater at 7:30 on Saturday, April 16, 2016 at the Hollywood Comedy Shorts Film Festival.

Tickets are $10 and the link is here. And if you live in or near Indiana, Pennsylvania there is Flick Film Festival which will be screening four of my five films on April 23rd on the campus of Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Here is the link to that one.

 

Posted by on April 6th, 2016
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Week 14: Hardcore Henry, Demolition & Louder Than Bombs

It’s week 14 of CinemAddicts and that means new movies to discuss. Hardcore Henry, Demolition and Louder Than Bombs are new to theaters this week and discussed on the show. In segment three Greg and Anderson discuss an insane single take movie that is Victoria and a DVD pick of the week with Identicals.

Posted by on April 6th, 2016
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Week 13: Kill Your Friends, They Will Have to Kill Us First & Miles Ahead

Lucky Week 13 at CinemAddicts brings two kills. The new Nicholas Hoult Britt Pop film, Kill Your Friends, then a look at what sharia law has done to the music scene in Mali, Africa in a doc called They Will Have to Kill Us First and yet another jazz biopic, Miles Ahead, about Miles Davis with Don Cheadle both directing and playing the title role.

Posted by on March 30th, 2016
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