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!!!
Actress Sarah Habel stars in the sci-fi thriller Atomica with Tom Sizemore and Dominic Monaghan. My interview with Habel is housed on Hollywood Outbreak, and during the final portion of that chat she talked about her love for Dirty Dancing. Check out the audio below, as well as the trailer for Atomica!!
Mean Dreams, starring the late Bill Paxton, is reviewed on this week’s CinemAddicts, and All Nighter is also briefly discussed but, due to an embargo, I couldn’t actually “review the movie.” More details down below!!
I’m giving away my Blu-ray copy of Masterminds (disc is only used once – the disc also comes with the DVD version), a comedy starring Zach Galifianakis, Kristen Wiig, and Jason Sudeikis. Entry requirements are different than previous Giveaways. So check the details below if you’re interested!
Due to Anderson Cowan’s fatherhood, podcast and Groupers duties, coupled with my manny and blogging schedule, we weren’t able to post a CinemAddicts episode until late Friday! First off – apologies for that – but Anderson is determined to keep the weekly feed going – and this episode’s a good one film-wise. Check out the details below my fellow Cinema-addicts!!!
Up for grabs is my Blu-ray copy of Man Down, the war drama starring Shia LaBeouf, Jai Courtney, Gary Oldman, and Kate Mara. I’ve only seen the film once so disc is in good condition. Contest details below!!
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!
Oscar night’s most memorable moment, at least this year, was the egregious mistake of bestowing the Best Picture Oscar to La La Land. Although the correction averted a total disaster, giving Moonlight its just due, the damage had already been done! What wasn’t damaged, however, was the reputation of Jimmy Kimmel, as he did a first rate job as the Oscar host!
I’m giving away my Blu-ray copy of Moonlight. I’ve only viewed the disc once so it’s in great condition. Entry details for the giveaway below!