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Monthly Archives: August, 2021

Sarah Wayne Callies Explores Podcast Storytelling With Ambitious ‘Aftershock’

Sarah Wayne Callies' scripted podcast program Aftershock was initially set for recording days in Los Angeles and New York. The pandemic altered those plans,...

‘Summertime’ Digital Codes Giveaway From Deepest Dream

One of my favorite films this year is director Carlos López Estrada's (Blindspotting, Raya and the Last Dragon) Summertime. I'm giving away four iTunes...

Maxi Contenti Blends Slasher And Giallo Genres With ‘The Last Matinee’

Although Maxi Contenti describes his feature The Last Matinee as a "neo-Giallo," the narrative's heart and soul lies in the slasher genre. Contenti talked...

Juan Diego Escobar Alzate Talks ‘Luz: The Flower of Evil’ And Favorite Spaghetti Westerns

Luz: The Flower of Evil filmmaker Juan Diego Escobar Alzate joins us on Find Your Film to talk about his visually rich narrative. Co-host...

Carly Pope Talks ‘Demonic’ And “Forward Thinking” Vision of Director Neill Blomkamp

Carly Pope, who worked with Neill Blomkamp on Elysium and his short Rakka, plays the lead his latest feature Demonic. Pope talked to Deepest...

Michael Dweck And Gregory Kershaw Discuss Immersive ‘The Truffle Hunters’ Production

Michael Dweck and Gregory Kershaw spent three years capturing the day to day existence of The Truffle Hunters. The documentary, now out on Blu-ray...

Martijn Lakemeier Reflects On “Overwhelming” ‘The East’ Reaction And Shooting In Indonesia

Martijn Lakemeier stars in The East as a Dutch soldier who undergoes a harrowing experience during the Indonesian War of Independence. It's a star...

‘Raging Fire’ Delivers Explosive Performances From Donnie Yen And Nicholas Tse

Every week on the Find Your Film podcast, we review at least three new movies. Raging Fire was praised by fellow co-hosts Bruce Purkey,...

‘Mosquito State’ Review: A “Supremely Odd” Tale Crafts A Singular Vision

Mosquito State, directed by Filip Jan Rymsza, is a supremely odd movie. From the opening credits,  which alternate between microscopic images and illustrations of...

‘Inglourious Basterds’ Hits 4K, Blu-ray, And Digital In October

Inglourious Basterds, Quentin Tarantino's WWII feature which netted Christoph Waltz a Best Supporting Oscar, hits 4K, Blu-ray and Digital on October 12. Details on...

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