On the latest episode of CinemAddicts, we review and preview the month of March. Although Greg wanted to simply talk about his playdate with Anderson, Atticus, and Clare, Anderson was more of a professional. Thus the features Concrete Cowboy, the Joaquin Phoenix produced Gunda, and Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse (starring Michael B. Jordan) are covered.
Plus, is Anderson Cowan going vegetarian after Seaspiracy? Will Greg ever leave the house and actually go to a movie theater? And what is this possible life changing mobvie called About Endlessness? Take a listen and thanks for supporting our show fellow movie buffs!!
Our Patreon bonus episode will focus on the year 1972!
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 CinemAddicts, Anderson Cowan really loved The Devil All The Time, a Netflix feature that he describes as a “sweeping epic.” Greg Srisavasdi’s big recommendation is writer-director Haroula Rose’s Once Upon A River, which marks Kenadi DeLaCerna’s acting debut. Films previewed on the episode include The Planters, The Projectionist and The Wolf Of Sleepy Hollow. Plus, Greg finally sees The Lighthouse and Anderson also recommends “Cuties.” Our bonus Patreon episode in October will have us review two films from 1973!
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!!
On this episode of Flick City I shower praise on the upcoming film The Vast of Night which hits Amazon Prime Video on May 29. I have audio from my interview w/ TVON actor Jake Horowitz as well. Rounding out the show is an old clip I have of Jamie Bell (he was promoting Teen Spirit at the time) talking about his love for The Silence of the Lambs. I also take a trip down memory lane once again, and by this time I have no idea if I’m freaking repeating myself!
Latest Flick City episode features my review of the Andrew Ahn directed Driveways (starring Hong Chau and Brian Dennehy). Feature is one of my favorites of 2020. Also included are my interviews with Castle in the Ground director/writer Joey Klein and Capole filmmaker Josh Trank (he delivers interesting insight on why he loves Barton Fink).
On the latest episode of Flick City I review the new films “Swallow” and “Hope Gap.” Both feature solid performances (Haley Bennett headlines “Swallow” and Bill Nighy and Annette Bening topline “Hope Gap.”
Also in the episode, “Hope Gap” writer William Nicholson talks about his love for the films “Lawrence of Arabia” and “It’s A Wonderful Life.” My full interview with Nicholson is available for our Patreon subscribers.
Lastly, I give two discs (Blu-rays or DVDs) from my collection to members of our CinemAddicts Facebook Group. Become a member to continue our movie talk conversations!