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.
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.
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.
Hello fellow movie buffs and people who have way better taste than four star Greg (Anderson, however, I hold high in cinematic esteem)! I’m doing a new Giveaway that will be announced during each monthly episode of CinemAddicts. Very very very easy to enter. Check out below for details!!
A Cold War Kids concert special airs Friday, August 25 on AT&T Audience Network (9 pm et/pt) as the band will perform fan favorites and sit down with series host Ted Stryker for an up close and personal interview.
No, that scary looking, demon like kid isn’t me heading to Cold Cockle Productions to scare Anderson, it’s an image from this upcoming horror/thriller Don’t Sleep. Before you turn your head away from this seemingly low budget flick, it features a solid cast (The Princess Bride’s Cary Elwes, The Sopranos vet Drea de Matteo, and Crossing Jordan’sJill Hennessy). Details on the flick, as well as the trailer, is found after the jump!
The latest giveaway on CinemAddicts pretty bulky due to a two week plus absence. I’m offering up an America’s Got Talent buzzer (which I got during the NBC TCAs day), and the Blu-rays to The Exception and Wakefield. Details below!!!
As a Brian De Palma (Passion) and Ridley Scott (Prometheus) enthusiast, Noomi Rapace has been a personal favorite. With What Happened To Monday, she delivers a tour de force performance that, despite its gimmicky plotline, is grounded in humanity. It’s premieres on Netflix today, and if you’re a sci-fi/thriller fan, it’s a must watch.
Family sitcoms are a television fixture, but one of the elements that could put Marlon over the top is the friendship and working relationship between Marlon Wayans and Essence Atkins. Check out the video below as the actors break down the bond that serves as Marlon’s foundation.
It’s natural to look at tragedies from a hardened, statistical point of view, and thankfully the animated feature In This Corner of the Worldgives us a personal look at the bombing of Hiroshima. Seen through the eyes of a young woman named Suzu Urano, In This Corner of the World is both heartbreaking and inspiriting, evoking the storytelling spirit of Hayao Miyazaki (Spirited Away) and Yasujiro Ozu (Tokyo Story).