With Anderson doing his Friday/Saturday movie picks on our Facebook page, I’m also going to give my failed “1000 Movies” effort another go (there’s more to life than my fixation with Brian De Palma movies!). This time out, I’m going for a completely different approach, and I’m asking your help in the process!!
Shout! Factory will release an unrated cut of Colors, the cop drama starring Sean Penn and Robert Duvall on March 7th. The Colors Collector’s Edition Blu-ray will also feature an array of special features. Click below for more info!
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.
One of my favorite 2016 viewing experiences was watching Phantasm and Phantasm: Ravager back to back. I still haven’t seen the entire series but will definitely the rest of the movies down the road (Ravager’s the latest installment). We’re giving away two Blu-rays for our latest giveaway. Entry details are found after the jump.
Gleason, the documentary about former New Orleans Saints player Steve Gleason’s battle with ALS and journey as a father, husband, and son, makes its debut on Amazon Prime Video on Thursday, December 29. I interviewed director Clay Tweel and Michel Varisco (Gleason’s wife) this year, and I wanted to share a few quotes from the sit down.
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.
Filmmaker James Gray has directed films with an epic narrative canvas (We Own The Night, The Immigrant), and now he’s back with what may be his most ambitious film to date. The teaser trailer to The Lost City of Z is found after the jump.
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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.
I’m giving away my Blu-ray copy of Pete’s Dragon (it’s my Blu-ray pick of the week on CinemAddicts Ep. 51 – show’s being posted on Wednesday). I’ve only used the disc once and have not accessed the Digital Copy. I love this movie – anyways entry rules are found after the jump.