It Comes At Night will be the talk of the town, at least for movie buffs, for quite a spell. Its immersive storytelling heralds the distinct cinematic voice of writer/director Trey Edward Shults, and the film’s overall effectiveness should divide many a viewer. Two weeks after watching It Comes At Night, my reaction to the film has wavered back and forth, but I’ve come to a final decision.
Continue reading Review: ‘It Comes At Night’ Is A Killer Of A Thriller
Anderson Cowan, aka the director of Groupers, and myself are back with our monthly show and as Cowan promised, it’s a longer one than usual. I know this doesn’t make up for our weekly input, but check out this week’s show and a brief overview below!!
Continue reading CinemAddicts Ep. 71: ‘It Comes At Night’ & ‘Wonder Woman’
Anderson and I have such different tastes in movies (we’re pretty much night and day), and even when we love a film, we’ll actually dig it for different reasons. The idea behind CinemAddicts showdown is to spotlight a film that we both completely disagree on, and more importantly we’d love to hear your thoughts on the movie. First up is director Jeff Nichols’ acclaimed feature Loving!
Continue reading ‘CinemAddicts’ Showdown: ‘Loving’ (Joel Edgerton, Ruth Negga)
Anderson and I super-sized this episode as Mr. Cowan was busy last week with the birth of his baby boy Atticus. He’s also in the final legs of crowd funding for his movie Groupers, a project that, in my opinion, is a solidly told story. Details on this week’s long show is found after the jump.
Continue reading CinemAddicts Ep. 42/43: ‘Loving’ & ‘Gimme Danger’
Just wanted to share the teaser posting for director Jeff Nichols’ latest movie “Loving,” which premiered at the 2016 Cannes International Film Festival. The picture centers on the true story of Richard and Mildred Loving (Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga) , an interracial couple whose civil rights case (Loving v. Virginia) went to the Supreme Court.
Continue reading ‘Loving’ Teaser Poster With Joel Edgerton & Ruth Negga
This week on CinemAddicts, Anderson Cowan and I review “Midnight Special” and “The Confirmation,” two films featuring child actor Jaeden Lieberher. Though we gave similar reactions to “Midnight Special,” we were night and day when discussing “The Confirmation.”
Continue reading ‘CinemAddicts’ Episode 11: ‘Midnight Special,’ ‘The Program’ & ‘The Confirmation’