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!).
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!
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!!