Flick City: Bethany Joy Lenz On The “Freedom” of ‘Equilibrium’

Bethany Joy Lenz (Colony, One Tree Hill) will next be seen opposite Gina Torres and Simon Kassianides in the USA Network series Pearson. During the interview, I asked the actors to briefly discuss their favorite movies. In the video below Lenz discusses her love for the Christian Bale feature Equilibrium. Bethany Joy Lenz on Equilibrium: … Continue reading Flick City: Bethany Joy Lenz On The “Freedom” of ‘Equilibrium’

‘Narcissister Organ Player’ & ‘Antonio Lopez 1970: Sex Fashion & Disco’ DVD Giveaway!!

This week's DVD giveaway is courtesy, once again of Film Movement. Up for grabs are the DVDs of Narcissister Organ Player and Antonio Lopez 1970: Sex Fashion & Disco. First Winner gets Narcissister and the second one gets Antonio Lopez! Entry details are below!  For more information on the Film Movement catalogue as well as … Continue reading ‘Narcissister Organ Player’ & ‘Antonio Lopez 1970: Sex Fashion & Disco’ DVD Giveaway!!

‘Arctic’ Interview: Director Joe Penna Discusses “Turning Point” Of Filmmaking Journey

Writer/director Joe Penna cut his storytelling teeth with his MysteryGuitarMan YouTube channel, and with over 250 videos to his name, Penna has taken that experience and applied that Arctic. Critically praised and featuring a first rate performance from Mads Mikkelsen, Arctic is a survivalist film that is an eye catching journey on the silver screen … Continue reading ‘Arctic’ Interview: Director Joe Penna Discusses “Turning Point” Of Filmmaking Journey

Review: Matt Walsh And Judith Godréche Are A Fine Pair In ‘Under The Eiffel Tower’

They say Paris is for lovers, and with a title like Under the Eiffel Tower, romance should definitely be in the air. Viewers expecting a by the numbers romantic comedy may be pleasantly surprised, as this film has a few tricks up its sleeve. Stuart (Veep's Matt Walsh) is a liquor salesman who, thanks to … Continue reading Review: Matt Walsh And Judith Godréche Are A Fine Pair In ‘Under The Eiffel Tower’

Review: ‘The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot’ Is Meditative Pulp For The Soul

The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot is a moniker for the ages, and if one jumps to conclusions this tale, headlined by Sam Elliott, would be a pulp infused guilty pleasure. But looks can be deceiving, and writer/director Robert D. Krzykowski takes a huge gamble with his narrative and, from where I … Continue reading Review: ‘The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot’ Is Meditative Pulp For The Soul

Kate del Castillo On Staying Motivated And Passionate: “There’s So Much We Need To Do”

Kate del Castillo is back as Teresa Mendoza after an eight year layoff on La Reina del Sur. During the NBC Universal press day (aka TCAs), I asked the actress what continues to motivate her. Video is included in the post.   Along with her work in La Reina del Sur, Kate del Castillo also … Continue reading Kate del Castillo On Staying Motivated And Passionate: “There’s So Much We Need To Do”

“Nude Area” DVD Giveaway Courtesy of Film Movement

For this week's CinemAddicts giveaway, I'll be continuing our partnership with Film Movement as their DVD Nude Area comes out February 12. The disc is not my copy and sealed! Details on the film are below! Directed by Urszula Antoniak (Beyond Words), the dialogue free narrative centers on the forbidden love between a Dutch teenager … Continue reading “Nude Area” DVD Giveaway Courtesy of Film Movement

Flick City: Jessica Rothe Finds Comfort In ‘The Princess Bride’ And ‘The Sound Of Music’

  Jessica Rothe returns to Happy Death Day 2U as Tree Gelbman, the young woman who has a literally repetitive relationship with the Grim Reaper. Horror films aside, Rothe briefly talked about movies she loves (The Princess Bride, The Sound of Music), as well as her binge watching tendencies with Friends, in our latest installment … Continue reading Flick City: Jessica Rothe Finds Comfort In ‘The Princess Bride’ And ‘The Sound Of Music’

Joan Jett Has A ‘Bad Reputation’ But Still Rocks In Spirited Documentary

Pauline Kael's first book was I Lost It At The Movies, and though I relate to that sentiment I also have learned a tone in the process. Case in point is Bad Reputation, an illuminating look at the life of Joan Jett that's now out on DVD. Running at a brisk 93 minutes, Bad Reputation … Continue reading Joan Jett Has A ‘Bad Reputation’ But Still Rocks In Spirited Documentary

Jamie Chung Puts Best Foot Forward With 42 Gold Collaboration

Jamie Chung is the face of Chinese Laundry's 42Gold, a new line of "fashion forward" footwear that debuted on Friday. Chung, whose credits include the criminally underrated flick Sucker Punch and The Hangover Part II, is a cast member on Fox's The Gifted.   42Gold's line includes mules, booties, and espadrilles that make for a … Continue reading Jamie Chung Puts Best Foot Forward With 42 Gold Collaboration