It’s a foregone conclusion that Creed II will be a box office smash, and during the film’s premiere headliner Michael B. Jordan talked about what he loved about the latest installment.
As Halloween closes in on Venom’s recent $80 million opening weekend, let’s get it straight from the source (director John Carpenter) on the ever lasting popularity of Michael Myers.
Returning to the franchise that changed her career some forty years ago was a creatively fruitful and emotional experience for Jamie Lee Curtis, and in the following post we have audio of the actress reflecting on the final scene she shot in Halloween. It’s a three minute plus audio clip, but it’s definitely worth a listen.
John Ortiz plays a detective in the Jennifer Garner headlined release Peppermint. During our interview with Ortiz (conducted by Andrew Watches Movies podcaster Andrew Martin), he talked about his love for the Spike Lee feature Do The Right Thing.
Had the chance to catch Down A Dark Hall last week, and one of the film’s strongest aspects lies in the performance of Victoria Moroles. Audio of Moroles discussing what makes the thriller and her seemingly unlikable character unique is below!
Landing at a trim 85 minutes, Never Goin’ Back is nonetheless a meaty narrative about two girls who whether their storms with aplomb, bringing a healthy share of mayhem in the process. Directed and penned by Augustine Frizzell, the flick is powered by standout work from leads Maia Mitchell and Camila Morrone. The balls out final act also took me by surprise, which is a great thing.
As discussed on our CinemAddicts podcast, Anderson Cowan and I are building on our cinephile universe with Spoiled Cinema. First movie up is Harold and Maude, one of Cowan’s favorite movies. Details below!
I’m going full bore on my “Movie Love” segment of the site, as I ask actors/filmmakers to briefly discuss one of their favorite films. During the Puzzle interviews, Kelly Macdonald chose The Apartment and David Denman chimed in on Apocalypse Now.