On the latest episode of CinemAddicts, Greg Srisavasdi has praises the new feature Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom and the Adrien Brody movie Clean. Anderson Cowan gives his take on Oscar contender The Power of the Dog and he also breaks down his anticipation Asghar Farhadi’s new feature A Hero.
On the latest episode of CinemAddicts we preview the features that we are excited to check out for the month of October. I offer up my thoughts on the critically acclaimed thriller Titane, which although it’s one of my favorite films, is an acquired taste.Anderson Cowan chimes in on his thoughts regarding Wes Anderson’s upcoming movie The French Dispatch and Scott Cooper’s long awaited Antlers. Also covered in the episode is Anderson’s thoughts on Johnny Depp as an actor and . . . he also saves a bee on the show!
Anderson Cowan and Greg Srisavasdi preview the movies they want to check out in September. Will Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings turn out to be an excellent Marvel Film. Is The Card Counter going to be a worthy follow-up to Paul Schrader’s acclaimed First Reformed. Anderson loves documentaries, so he closes out the program by talking about On These Grounds!
For our patreon Bonus episode, we will dive into the year 1976!!
BONUS #29: ‘The Children’s Hour’ and ‘The Mark’ (1961)
August 28 at 1:49 PM
#113 I’ve Got a Movie to Make: Types of Investors (Week 113 of 116)
August 26 at 8:47 PM
Movie Review – ‘CROSS CREEK’ (1983) – Amazon Prime Video
August 22 at 1:42 PM
#112 I’ve Got a Movie to Make: More Fixed Than I Knew (Week 112 of 116)
August 21 at 9:12 PM
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We preview the month of August on this episode. Good news is that Anderson Cowan has a review of The Suicide Squad handy and Greg Srisavasdi (moving forward I will refer to myself in the third person) has already seen Annette. Anderson also discusses his love for the works of Neill Blomkamp (Elysium, Chappie) since his flick Demonic is just around the corner.
For this month’s Patreon, the CinemAddicts twosome are covering the year 1961. Anderson and Greg also get into a discussion on why watching Big Budget movies in an actual theater is the best way to go (Greg prefers his Chromebook or iPad!).
Here is my interview with Gangs of London director Xavier Gens (he directed episodes 6-8 of the first season). The series is co-created by Gareth Evans, the filmmaker behind The Raid: Redemption and Apostle.
During the interview, Gens talked about his directing approach to Gangs of London and collaborating with Evans on the series. Plus, he looks back on his own career (which includes the films Frontier(s), The Divide, and Cold Skin). Genre filmmaking is a big passion for Gens, as he cites The Thing (John Carpenter), Robocop (Paul Verhoeven), and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Tobe Hooper) as movies that have heavily influenced him.
Here’s my interview with “Fully Realized Humans“ actors and co-writers Joshua Leonard and Jess Weixler. Feature hits VOD via Gravitas Ventures on July 30. I absolutely love this comedy and it comes highly recommended!
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Episode Timestamp: 0:00 – intro 10:14 – Working with co-stars Tom Bower, Beth Grant and Michael Chieffo 13:03 – There’s a triggering (and hilarious) scene in the movie involving Hummus! They talk about it. 14:54 – Jess on shooting the film while 8 months pregnant. 16:12 – Josh on the similarities between Fully Realized Humans andThe Lie (the previous movie he worked on with Jess). 18:36 – Jess and Josh talk about NFTs (non-fungible tokens)
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On the latest episode of CinemAddicts, we preview the month of July. It’s going to be an exciting month thanks to the highly anticipated release of David Lowery’s new film The Green Knight, the Nicolas Cage feature Pig, and the documentary The Loneliest Whale. Anderson also delivers his honest thoughts on F9 and why Joaquin Phoenix is not one of his favorite actors!
Anderson is also a fan of Rubber, so it’s safe to say that he will watch director Quentin Deupieux’s Mandibles. For our Patreon members, Anderson and I will review/discuss films from 1988. Thanks again for supporting our show!
Here’s Garth Donovan’s White Death streaming for free on Vimeo.
On the latest episode of CinemAddicts we preview the month of June. Anderson Cowan has come up with the list of movies that are discussed on the program and you can check his list below. One June film I’ve seen is The Penny Black, a Los Angeles set, noir documentary that kept me guessing until the end. Anderson and I are on opposite sides of the coin regarding Army of the Dead (I loved it, Anderson did not).CinemAddicts is part of the Amazon Associates program, so we get a small commission if you order through our links!