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Posted by on October 14th, 2016
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Week 41: Christine & The Handmaiden

Greg and Anderson discuss a couple new releases coming out this Friday including a biopic called Christine which is about American television news reporter, Chrisine Chubbuck who tragically ended her life on live tv. Oldboy writer/director Chan-wook Park has a new 3 part epic in The Handmaiden. Greg also brings another Chan-wook Park film called Stoker as well as a forgotten film from the 80s called Stealing Home while Anderson sings the praises of The Fear of 13, a doc about a guy on death row that is currently streaming on Netflix. As will be the case for the next couple of weeks please follow Anderson’s pursuit to fund his feature at

Posted by on October 14th, 2016
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Week 40: The Girl on the Train, Phantasm & Phantasm: Ravager

Week 40 on CinemAddicts is a bit of throwback with 1979’s Phantasm being rereleased this week along with it’s final installment in Phantasm: Ravager. The Girl on the Train is also released this week and Greg brings in Stephen King’s Cat’s Eye while Anderson discusses the new Netflix doc about the Amanda Knox story aptly named Amanda Knox as well as a smaller doc that has been somewhat swept under the rug called An Open Secret which is available on Youtube at the moment. Thank you to our sponsor this week at and thank you for supporting

Posted by on October 5th, 2016
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Week 39: American Honey, Danny Says, Long Way North & Clowntown

Week 39 brings a wide array of films from a neo realistic epics(American Honey), mid 60s music doc (Danny Says) to a throwback coming of age animated story (Long Way North) and a low budget horror film involving killer clowns (Clowntown). Greg sings the praises of The Shallows while Anderson covers a new doc on Netflix about online bullying and its devastating effects called Audrie & Daisy.

Posted by on September 28th, 2016
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Week 38: The Lovers and the Despot, Cameraperson & Beauty and the Beast

Lots of titles on this week’s program. Greg and Anderson begin doc about the Chicano punk scene in Los Angeles called Los Punks: We Are All We Have which streams on Netflix. Going Attractions: The Definitive Story of the American Drive-in Movie has a self explanatory title and currently streams on on Amazon Instant. Greg reviews a couple classic DVD titles in Sideways and Badlands. This week’s releases that are covered on the show include a doc with a stranger than fiction story out of Korea called Lovers and the Despot. An updated take on Beauty and the Beast with Vincent Cassel and Léa Seydoux as well as a documentary that Greg and Anderson have very different takes on called Cameraperson.

Posted by on September 22nd, 2016
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Week 37: Operation Avalanche & Mr. Church

Operation Avalanche, the long awaited Matt Johnson follow up to The Dirties is here and Greg and Anderson have screened it. Eddie Murphy’s Mr. Church is also kind of covered. Greg brings in a deep Criterion Collection cut in Woman in the Dunes and Anderson has Slingshot (Streaming on Netflix) which is a doc about the guy who invented the Segway (he’s not dead) and a doc about the death of physical media called VHS Massacre: Cult Films and the Decline of Physical Media (Streaming on Amazon).

Posted by on September 14th, 2016
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Week 36: Sully, Author: The JT LeRoy Story & Ithaca

Three new films to discuss on this week’s CinemAddicts. We’ve also decided to shake things up a bit, leading off with our personal picks, a streaming and a blu-ray, before getting to the new releases. Films covered include Sully, Clint Eastwood’s latest directorial effort, a bizarre and fascinating documentary about lies and deceit called Author: The JT LeRoy Story as well as Meg Ryan’s directorial debut in Ithaca. Greg brings 2 blu-ray picks to the table up front with The Phenom and Saving Mr. Wu while Anderson has a documentary about the Chicago World’s Fair of 1893 called Expo: Magic of the White City which is narrated by the recently deceased Gene Wilder and currently streaming on Amazon.

Posted by on September 7th, 2016
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Week 35: The Light Between Oceans, Morgan, Max Rose & Skiptrace

Reviews for four movies that are coming out this Friday plus a spirited final segment including The Little Prince which currently streams on Netflix and Greg talks Orson Welles and Criterion all on this week’s Cinemaddicts.

Posted by on August 31st, 2016
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Week 34: Don’t Breathe & Southside with You

Week 34 packs a punch with a disturbing nail biter in Don’t Breathe. We catch our breath with a look at the President’s first date with the First Lady called Southside With You then dive into Deep Web (now on Amazon Instant) which is a fascinating if not unsettling documentary about the infamous Silk Road website and it’s “creator” Dread Pirate Roberts. Greg brings it home with a 2016 film called The American Dream.

Posted by on August 24th, 2016
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Week 33: Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World, A Tale of Love and Darkness & Mia Madre

We’re back and have the longest show title ever to show for it. Greg and Anderson discuss Werner Herzog’s new doc where he tries to figure out the internet. Natalie Portman directs her first feature with A Tale of Love and Darkness and John Turturro kills it in an Italian film called Mia Madre. Anderson is insecure with his streaming pick so he has three, they are Creep, Baskin and Dark Passage while Greg brings us another Bacall and Bogart classic in To Have and Have Not.



Posted by on August 16th, 2016
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