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KJ Apa Aims For “Classic Kind” Of Rock ‘n’ Roll With New Band ‘Legend’

KJ Apa and Maia Mitchell co-star as teens on the verge of romance in Netflix's The Last Summer. Along with his work in movies...

‘Never Goin’ Back’ Review: Summer Tale Shines With Maia Mitchell And Camila Morrone Pairing

Landing at a trim 85 minutes, Never Goin’ Back is nonetheless a meaty narrative about two girls who whether their storms with aplomb, bringing...

CinemAddicts Ep. 85: ‘The Wife,’ ‘A Prayer Before Dawn’ And ‘The Little Stranger’

Can't believe it's August already, and Anderson and I have a ton of movies and other things to cover. For extra information about episode...

Maika Monroe, Elijah Bynum, & Alex Roe Talk Visual Language of ‘Hot Summer Nights’

Director/writer Elijah Bynum's debut feature Hot Summer Nights excels as a seductive visual feast (imagine if Goodfellas was set in 1991 Cape Cod and...

Movie Love: Maia Mitchell Discusses “Raw” Beauty Of ‘Once’

Directed with visual and storytelling brio from Elijah Bynum, Hot Summer Nights is a 1991 Cape Cod set drama that co-stars Maia Mitchell. During...

‘Hot Summer Nights’ Review: Timothée Chalamet Headlines Visually Arresting Coming Of Age Flick

There will be a ton of style versus substance arguments with Hot Summer Nights, director/writer Elijah Bynum’s visually hypnotic and balls out homage to...

‘The Fosters’ Celebrate Holiday Spirit With “Christmas Past” Episode

  Tonight is the first holiday themed episode of The Fosters, and if you've been a fan of the show, you probably realize things don't...

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Alain Johannes' third solo album Hum comes out July 31, and one reason why I'll be checking out this effort lies...

Bruce Purkey Finds Dazzling Trash With ‘Blood Machines’

On paper, there is no reason I should enjoy Blood Machines, a Shudder Original Series, directed by Seth Ickerman. It has...

Love Guitarist Johnny Echols Takes A Trip Back To ‘Laurel Canyon’

The two-part docuseries Laurel Canyon focuses on the artists who lived in hillside area of Los Angeles back in the mid-1960s...