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!
I absolutely love the comedy-drama Together Togetherwhich stars Ed Helms and Patti Harrison. During my interview with director-writer Nikole Beckwith, she talked about approaching her story from a very “internal” place. She also talks about why “It’s a Wonderful Life” is one of her favorite films.
Beckwith also talks about the ending of Together Together, and that audio is exclusive to our CinemAddicts Patreon members.
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!
On the latest episode of CinemAddicts, we review and preview the month of March. Greg absolutely loves Raya and the Last Dragon and Anderson is really excited to check out The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent amongst others. The pair also offer up their different takes on directors Zack Snyder and Spike Lee!
Just a reminder our CinemAddicts Patreon members will receive exclusive access to Spoilers (“Lucky” director Natasha Kermani talks about the end of her film, which is now streaming on Shudder). Our Patreon bonus episode will focus on the year 1965!
Here is my interview with Emily Tosta as she talks about her new film Willy’s Wonderland (co-starring Nicolas Cage). Also covered include her experiences on Mayans M.C. and forming the foundating Karttos Internationalwith her Venezuelan mother.
Willy’s Wonderland is now available On Demand(Anderson & I receive a small commission if you purchase through the Amazon link). FYI I really enjoyed this movie, hit us up on CinemAddicts Facebook Group and tell us what you think of the movie and the Emily Tosta interview (full Q&A is up on my Deepest Dream site).
Tosta talks about the ending of Willy’s Wonderland exclusively on our CinemAddicts Patreon, just fyi! So expect a Spoiler type episode for Willy’s Wonderland for our Patreon community!
Lastly, is Raya and the Last Dragon worth watching?? I give a quick reaction to the movie as well!
On the latest Flick City, I interview “Cowboys” director Anna Kerrigan and actress Jillian Bell. Cowboys is now available in Virtual Cinemas and VOD. I also interviewed Simon Bird, director of “Days of the Bagnold Summer” which hits Virtual Cinemas and VOD on February 19 (it hits DVDMarch 23).
On the latest Flick City, I review The Wanting Mare, an epic indie fantasy that was shot in and around a warehouse in Paterson, New Jersey from director Nicholas Ashe Bateman. The feature is now out in theaters and available VOD. Also included are interviews with PVT CHAT actor Keith Poulson and A Glitch in the Matrix director Rodney Ascher. Just fyi, Poulson’s movie recommendation Kes and his 2018 feature The Great Pretender are available on Prime Video.
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On the latest episode of CinemAddicts we preview the top films of February. Greg has some kind words to say about the cam girl/indie drama PVT CHAT and Anderson is excited to check out the documentary A Glitch in the Matrix and the narrative Silk Road. Other films previewed include Judas and the Black Messiah, The United States vs. Billie Holiday, Malcolm & Marie and Cherry.
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