#18 I’ve Got a Movie to Make: A Chat with a Critic, Spoilers Galore (Week 18 of 116)

***Warning, I’ve been advised to let you all know that there is some stuff given away in this episode, stuff that you may not want to know before seeing it. There are a number of “discoveries” that I wrote into the script and honestly it’s hard to talk about this movie withot exposing at least some of them, but a big one that happens in the first act of the movie is included in this interview.
This week I get my wish and have a nice conversation with a critic who was not too nice about the movie… to be fair he was fair in his review, unlike some others. Stuart D. Monroe is many things, an author and a critic are just a few. His work can be found on horrordna.com and getonmydamnlevel.com and on his social media pages which are:
By no means is this an invitation to harass Stuart, I liked him quite a bit and am very glad he agreed to do this with me. Sorry the audio is subpar, I screwed things up, much like the the writing of my movie, right Stu! I kid. Happy listening. 

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Posted by on October 11th, 2019
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Episode 104: The Dead Center//Wrinkles The Clown//Semper Fi

It’s the first 2 weeks of October and Greg and Anderson are here for you, letting you know what’s on the horizon. A few have already been screened and the verdicts are in. The next year  for our Patreon Bonus Episode is also chosen.

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Episode-104– Duration: 51:50

Posted by on October 4th, 2019
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#15 I’ve Got a Movie to Make: The Wolves are Out and Some Reviews are In (Week 15 of 116)

Just over a week away from the official release date which means a few reviews have rolled in with at least a few more on the horizon. I talk about how it feels to read negative reviews. Here’s a sneak peek, it doesn’t feel good… at all. Links to theatrical screenings below.

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Posted by on September 19th, 2019
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Episode 103: Running With the Devil//Villains//In the Shadow of the Moon

The second half of September offers up a full slate of new movies and Greg has seen a number of them including a little film called Groupers that will finally be officially released on September 27th here in LA and October 1st in other cities if we meet the thresholds. Links to all below.

Get your Groupers tickets for October 1st in Select Cities, Sept. 23 or 24 Deadline.

Los Angeles Theatrical, September 27th – October 3rd

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Episode-103– Duration: 1:09:30

Posted by on September 19th, 2019
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Episode 78: Molly’s Game//American Folk//Blame

The new year is upon us and that means that Greg and Anderson have a whole new slew of films to be excited about in the coming weeks as well as some of their favorites from the award season fodder films that littered the December landscape.

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Posted by on January 1st, 2018
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Episode 77: The Shape of Water//Call Me by Your Name//The Post

The last month of the year means a busy schedule, filled with Oscar bait films. Greg and Anderson cover a lot, as they wrap up the season with the best of November and a look at what December has to offer. Movies discussed include, The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Gotti, Permanent, Call Me by Your Name, Father Figures, Downsizing, Hostiles, All the Money in the World, Molly’s Game, Phantom Thread and The Post. There is an embargo on The Post, so Greg does not give a full review, he only comments. Here’s a preview of how that goes, he likes it… a lot! Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is also discussed in tandem.

 

Posted by on December 1st, 2017
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Episode 75: Lucky // Bladerunner 2049 // Wonderstruck

Greg, Anderson and unfortunately Anderson’s son Atticus come at you with a whole new episode of CinemAddicts. Films that should not be missed from September are reviewed and films that have us excited in October are discussed and even reviewed as Greg has already screened a number of them. Our apologies for the third member of the show this week. The boy was being ignored and he wasn’t having it.

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Posted by on September 30th, 2017
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Episode 71-June, 2017: Wonder Woman, It Comes at Night & The Book of Henry

Greg and Anderson are back at it to discuss a few films of note from the Month of May and to preview films of note in the upcoming month of June.

Posted by on May 31st, 2017
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Episode 70: May, 2017 Including Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Alien Covenant and War Machine

CinemAddicts is back with the new format. Greg and Anderson look ahead at what the month of May has to offer with a look at all the big pictures that will be released as well as some of the smaller ones that might otherwise go unnoticed.

Posted by on May 2nd, 2017
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Week 68: The Promise & Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent

CinemAddicts returns with a new Christian Bale and Oscar Isaac film called The Promise and a fantastic documentary about one of the first American celebrity chefs, Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent.

Posted by on April 19th, 2017
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