An official and very limited edition CCP shirt, an embroidered CCP patch and a CCP sticker and Groupers sticker can be yours if you help us out with a $50 spot, $55 for 2XL. Please add $10 to the total price if shipping outside the US.
These are my best CCP Shirts yet. There are only a few left and once this version is gone, they’re gone.
A Night out with The Film Vault $500, Only 2 Spots Open
Yes, you too can make the Bald One Suffer. Dinner and a movie, then a round of drinks with Bryan and I.
One Night Only and ONLY 2 SPOTS AVAILABLE, February 25th in Los Angeles. Logan will join us as well.
The $200 Care Package with Limited Edition Groupers Blu-ray. Only 9 left!
The Care Pack Includes:
All 9 of Cold Cockle Production’s shorts (digital downloads) 7 of which have never before been available.
A ticket/digital link of the finished feature, the script in PDF and a Hi-Res. Digital Groupers Poster.
A Campaign Only Limited Edition/numbered Blu-ray DVD of Groupers and Including All Shorts. Only 100 of these will be produced.
Greg gives a bad review, maybe even two! Anderson covers some more of the Oscar nominated shorts and discusses his love of a forgotten film from 1993 called Untamed Heart which now streams on Amazon Prime Video.
This week Greg and Anderson discuss a new documentary out of Turkey about cats called Kedi as well as a potpourri of various shorts that are up for Oscars this year. There’s even a terrible error that was made by Anderson in this episode which he explains with a quick note up front. Thanks for listening!
A new Mathew McConaughey vehicle opens this week called Gold. Greg also talks about a little thriller called Get the Girl while Anderson is all hyped up on the 7 hour and 47 minute documentary about O.J. that is currently streaming on Hulu, which is weird considering he didn’t even care about the trial when it actually happened.
Week 54 on CinemAddicts means 2 Ben Affleck flicks in Live By Night and Greg’s Bluray pick, The Accountant. A smaller film called The Crash and a Morgan Spurlock doc, Rats (currently on Netflix) brings it home.
It’s a new year and a new CinemAddicts. Greg and Anderson are back at it wit reviews of Martin Scorsese’s Silence, Hidden Figures as well as a healthy discussion about the upcoming Blade Runner 2049. CinemaAddicts is back!
It’s the last show of the year and Greg and Anderson discuss Paterson & 20th Century Women before discussing a few of their favorites that they covered for the progrum over the past year as well as a few words about the future of the show.
It’s the penultimate week of the year and we bring three new ones in A Monster Calls, Patriots Day and a new Ken Loach film in I, Daniel Blake. Pete’s Dragon is Greg’s DVD pick and a doc about John Milius called Milius is Anderson’s streaming pic of the week which is currently on Amazon Prime.
Rogue One or The Founder, which of these films will capture the hearts of both Greg and Anderson? Here’s a hint, the wining movie has a plot that involves stealing some plans. Greg disgusts Anderson by bringing Suicide Squad in as his DVD pick of the week while Anderson reviews a review of the Force Awakens by Mr. Plinkett thanks to RedLetterMedia.