Review – Deadwood (2019)

Henry Hill reviews the brand new Deadwood movie from the Black Hills of South Dakota. You can watch the movie on HBO and the HBO streaming apps.

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Review – Project Ithaca (2019)

by Nile Fortner

The Intensity of Saw comes to Outer Space in Project Ithaca

Trapped. No way out. Searching for a crevice, but the walls are dark and no one has a clue how they got there in the first place. Project Ithaca finds five strangers on an alien spaceship, an alien spaceship that runs on their fear. The strangers are trapped and they soon realize that this species has been abducting humans for possibly centuries. The films cast features Deragh Campbell (Never Eat Alone), Daniel Fathers (Snatch), and James Gallanders (Saw II and The Bride of Chucky).

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Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 31 (Interview with James Gallanders)

The horrors of Saw come to outer space in the sci-fi film, Project Ithaca. The film follows five strangers trapped aboard on an alien spaceship, a spaceship powered by their fear. On this episode of the Cinephellas Podcast, dive into deep space with Nile Fortner for his interview with star James Gallanders.

PROJECT ITHACA will be in Theaters/VOD on June 7th by Saban Films.

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You can follow James Gallanders on Instagram @James_Gallanders

Review – Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019)

by Kevin Muller

It has been quite a journey for Godzilla. Five years ago, the big green guy got his redemption when Godzilla was released. It had been 16 years since the awful 1998 version, where the “king of all monsters” looked like a discount T-Rex, hit screens and ultimately disappointed both fans and audiences. While the 2014 version wasn’t perfect, it had improved on the look and nature of its title character. What audiences did not care for was the soap opera level acting and drama of its main characters. The total amount of monster time was far too little for many film goers. The studio listened and increased the amount of monster goodness this time around. Does the change improve or hurt the sequel?

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Review – Booksmart (2019)

by Kevin Muller

Olivia Wilde has been in the business for over ten years. As an actress, she’s juggled a career starring in both projects on television and film. On top of being strikingly beautiful, she carries herself with confidence, possessing both a razor sharp wit and deep intellect. Both her parents were respected journalists that rubbed elbows with many influential people during their careers. Wilde has spoken of many anecdotes, from her childhood, involving people from the political and entertainment world. She has been surrounded by respected people all her life. It is a lot to live up to and now she has challenged herself to be more than a pretty face. She has tried her hand at directing a coming of age story, with two female leads. How does she do with her first directorial debut?

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Review – Captain Marvel (2019)

by Armando Vanegas

Captain Marvel is the latest movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe after the unforgettable events that occurred in Avengers: Infinity War. Since Infinity War left things in a way that made the audience curious about what would happen next, it was interesting to see what they come up with. All things considered, the next movie had to be something notable and memorable to leave the audience wanting more. Being that Captain Marvel was their first solo female superhero movie, I wanted to see what they could do with this material, and see if this would satisfying my appetite until Endgame came out. DC did a good job in creating an entertaining movie with Wonder Woman, which handled similar material of women who are able to be fighters in their own world and struggling to find their place and humanity in ours. While it’s admirable that Marvel finally put a female superhero at the forefront in one of their movies, this is still a “by the numbers” origin story that you’ve seen time and time again. Still, it’s watchable and it will be pleasing for those just wanting a movie that just cuts to the chase to provide a mostly standalone Sci-Fi action adventure movie. Marvel competently made a movie that seemed to hit the mark for a lot of people and that’s cool. It will be most agreeable for those who are either the most casual Marvel fans or the diehards who always rewatch all the movies leading up to their latest chapter.

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