“Black Rose” and “How To Be A Latin Lover” are the movies covered on this week’s CinemAddicts. Details on the program, as well as how we’ll be changing up the program is below!
Apologies for posting the Episode 64 recap way too late than usual. One reason is a good one, as Anderson Cowan is currently shooting his feature debut Groupers. The other reason is I’ve been slammed to the gills as well being a Manny and figuring things out w/ my respective blogs. Alas, here’s the recap from 64 – and if there’s one thing I can leave you with regarding this post – please hunt down Dig Two Graves!!!
One of these days Anderson will truly love a comic book movie, and I’m betting that flick might be Logan. I gave it four and a half stars on this week’s show, as Logan and X:Men: First Class are my favorites of the lot. The Soundcloud version of this week’s episode is available after the jump!
This week’s CinemAddicts has Anderson and I cinematically traveling to cat country, aka Istanbul with the new documentary Kedi. We also dive into a bunch of Oscar nominated shorts, and Anderson gives us a state of the state on his feature directing debut Groupers!! More details plus the Soundcloud version of the show after the jump!!
Gold, starring Matthew McConaughey, Bryce Dallas Howard, and Edgar Ramírez, was our “sexy” pick this week. Anderson and I, however, were much more excited about two other films (O.J.: Made In America and Get The Girl). Take a listen below to this week’s episode!
Ben Affleck’s new film Live By Night, the Frank Grillo headlined thriller The Crash, the Morgan Spurlock documentary Rats, and another Affleck flick (The Accountant) are discussed on this week’s CinemAddicts.
Anderson Cowan leads off this week’s CinemAddicts with a few creative changes on the program. Though, I’m a creature of habit and rarely think outside the box, I loved Anderson’s latest moves. More details are found after the jump.
It’s the last show of the year, and Anderson Cowan and I cover Paterson, 20th Century Women, and the documentary By Sidney Lumet. Quick recap of the year-end show, as well as a detailed breakdown of the, as Anderson likes to say, proohgrum (aka program), is found after the jump.
A huge part of episode 51 featured the sting of disappointment as Anderson Cowan’s most anticipated film of the year (A Monster Calls) simply didn’t meet his expectations. And in a weird twist of fate, I’m the one who gave the film a lower rating!! Details on this week’s show after the jump.