To round out December 2021, San Fernando Valley residents Anderson Cowan and Greg Srisavasdi offer up their thoughts on Paul Thomas Anderson’s Licorice Pizza. Greg expresses his disappointing over Guillermo del Toro’s Nightmare Alley but he loved the new feature The Novice, and Anderson discusses why he may give The King’s Man a shot. They also cover Paul Verhoeven’s Benedetta.
On the latest episode of CinemAddicts, Anderson Cowan and Greg Srisavasdi preview some of their anticipated movies of November. Anderson does a quick recap of his thoughts on the horror-drama Antlers and Greg also throws some love to Bergman Island.
Anderson is also not too excited to see Eternals or Belfast, but we are both looking forward to Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest feature Licorice Pizza. Greg checked out the new Scott Adkins feature One Shot and he loved it!!
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Hey guys! Had to reload this episode because this feed actually had an interview with another director instead of Summertime director Carlos Lopez Estrada and Raul Herrera. Anyways, if you already listened to it last week, apologies!
It was a pleasure to interview DirectorCarlos López Estradaand spoken word artist/educatorRaul Herrera forSummertime. The ambitious feature centers on the lives of 25 young Los Angeles inhabitants who have their own dreams and ambitions. A sweeping and at times evocative look at these diverse and inspiring lives, Summertime is one of my favorite films of 2021.
I’m offering up four (4) Digital Codes of Summertime for people who subscribe (or are subscribers) to my Deepest Dream YouTube Channel. Once you subscribe, email email@example.com to confirm your entry. Winners will be notified by email!!
Here’s my interview with Frank Stallone, the subject of the new documentary Stallone: Frank That Is (Amazon link supports our pod!). Plus I give a strong recommendation to The Dig, a Carey Mulligan/Ralph Fiennes drama that hits Netflix January 29, 2021.
On the latest episode of Flick City I interview Aviva director Boaz Yakin (Fresh, Remember The Titans) and Shirley actress Odessa Young (she’s best known for the 2018 feature Assassination Nation). Yakin talked about his inventive, personal and creative approach in making Aviva. Young elaborates on working with co-star Elisabeth Moss and talks about why she loves the Baz Luhrmann flick Moulin Rouge.
Aviva hits Virtual Theaters starting June 12 and Shirley is available everywhere (I love both films!). Thanks again for supporting Anderson and I on CinemAddicts and please rate and review our podcast!!