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Spike Lee Explores Vietnam In Riveting ‘Da 5 Bloods’ Trailer

Spike Lee''s latest feature Da 5 Bloods takes him to Vietnam, and the trailer was just released today. The Chambers Brothers'...

Christian Kane Talks ‘Almost Paradise’ Life In The Philippines: “It Actually Felt Like A Home For Me”

One series that I've been completely invested in is Almost Paradise, an engaging series that, along with being first rate escapist entertainment, places the...

Director Sonejuhi Sinha’s ‘Stray Dolls’ Takes Film Noir Stylings To An Unexpected (And Much Needed) Level

Director Sonejuhi Sinha's Stray Dolls debuts today on VOD, and if you're looking for a film noir/thriller fix then this movie should be up...

Jeffrey Dean Morgan And David Strathairn Hit The Pool Halls In ‘Walkaway Joe’ Trailer

When it comes to indie films, having two first rate actors anchor your project is half the battle. David Strathairn and Jeffrey Dean Morgan...

‘The Dog Doc’ Interview: Cindy Meehl Talks Directing Journey And Dr. Marty Goldstein Collaboration

Award winning filmmaker Cindy Meehl (Buck) directs The Dog Doc, a documentary that gives viewers an up close and personal look at Dr. Marty...

‘Clover’ Review: Knockout Storytelling And Stellar Ensemble Propel Comedic Crime Flick

From the moment Clover hits the screen you may give the requisite eye roll, believing this is another "homage" to a Martin Scorsese and...

Felissa Rose Screams And Wants Your Soul In ‘A Nun’s Curse’ Trailer

The selling point for the trailer for A Nun's Curse comes when scream queen Felissa Rose yells "May God Have Mercy On Your Soul!"...

‘Bombshell’ Digital Code Giveaway From CinemAddicts!

These days most of our movie watching is done at home. To honor Women's History Month, Lionsgate has offered up digital codes for Bombshell,...

Addison Riecke Talks ‘Banana Split’ Experience And Filmmaking Ambitions

Addison Riecke (The Thundermans, A Girl Named Jo, The Beguiled) is coming into her own as a young actress and she lands the funniest...

‘Blow The Man Down’ Review: Film Noir Flourishes Highlight Engrossing Seabound Tale

  Blow The Man Down starts in unpredictable fashion, as a group of fisherman sing the iconic seafaring tune in unison. Directing/writing team Bridget Savage...

Talia Ryder Reflects On The Grit And Honesty Of ‘Never Rarely Sometimes Always’

Never Rarely Sometimes Always is the intimate portrait of Autumn (Sidney Flanigan), a teenager who travels to New York City with her cousin Skylar...

Dwayne Johnson And Emily Blunt Explore The Amazon In ‘Jungle Cruise’ Trailer

Emily Blunt and Dwayne Johnson team up for Disney's Jungle Cruise, an Amazon set tale that follows the adventures of sarcastic skipper Frank Wolff...

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On the latest episode of Flick City, I cover the documentary Flannery and the Jenny Slate headlined feature The Sunlit Night....

‘Relic’ Review: Emily Mortimer Toplines “Emotionally Devastating” Horror Film

Relic (2020 -- Video On Demand) is the impressive feature debut by Australian director, Natalie Erika James. Following in the footsteps...

Acclaimed Sci-Fi Thriller ‘District 9’ Hits 4K Ultra HD In October

Director Neill Blomkamp's acclaimed science fiction thriller District 9 is coming oout on 4K Ultra HD on October 13 from Sony...

‘The Duke of Burgundy’ Review: A Subtle And Surprising Love Story

The Duke of Burgundy is the third feature by director, Peter Strickland. Unlike the lurid, popcorn melodrama of 50 Shades of...