One of the films I’m looking forward to in October is Jungle, the latest flick from Wolf Creek director Greg McLean. Daniel Radcliffe is the headliner in this survivalist adventure that’s based on a true story, and this may be Radcliffe’s most physical demanding role to date.
Continue reading Daniel Radcliffe Is Struggling To Survive In Bolivia With ‘Jungle’ Trailer
Bill Skarsgård plays Pennywise in the highly anticipated feature It, and one of the joys of playing this iconic Stephen King character is that “there is no limits to this character.” With a ton of room to work with, Skarsgård admits that he had a bit of “fear” in taking on the role.
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Season two of This Is Us is just around the corner, and one of the many things to look forward to is the appearance of Sylvester Stallone. During our interview with Milo Ventimiglia, the Emmy nominated actor talked about getting the chance to work once again with his Rocky Balboa co-star. Check out our video below!
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Anderson Cowan and I preview September movies we want to see and recap a couple of flicks we dug (or disliked) from August. Lots of movies to discuss, and I also throw in my two cents on several films from this month that I’ve already seen. Take a listen to the show below!!
Continue reading CinemAddicts Ep. 74: Mother!, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Battle of the Sexes
Anderson and I cover as much as we can on our monthly CinemAddicts jaunts, but there’s a bunch of movies we don’t cover on the program. As a fan of Gregg Araki’s The Doom Generation and Robert Rodriguez’s Planet Terror, I’m definitely checking out Rose McGowan’s supernatural turn in The Sound. Check out the jump for details.
Continue reading Trailer: Rose McGowan Faces The Supernatural With ‘The Sound’
Late writer Vince Flynn’s Mitch Rapp series is getting the cinematic treatment with American Assassin, as Dylan O’Brien is front and center as the vengeful CIA black ops recruit who understandably can’t shake a past tragedy.
Continue reading Dylan O’Brien Learns From Michael Keaton With ‘American Assassin’ Journey
Exploding with fire and unyielding fury, Gook signals a writer-director who’s coming into his creative prime. Although Justin Chon initially set out to tell the LA riots from a Korean-American perspective, his work embraces a refreshingly broader canvas.
Continue reading Movie Review: ‘Gook’ (Justin Chon, Simone Baker, David So)