Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 59 (Interview with York Shackleton)

Guy Pearce goes Grindhouse and Roadhouse in action-thriller movie Disturbing the Peace. A small-town marshal who hasn’t carried a gun since a tragic shooting must pick up his gun again to do battle with outlaw bikers who plan to do a violent heist. In this episode of the Cinephellas Podcast, Nile Fortner discusses with Disturbing the Peace director, York Shackleton, his transition from athlete to a filmmaker, working with Barbie Blank (f.k.a. WWE’s Kelly Kelly), and more in this interview.

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“A small-town marshal who hasn’t carried a gun since he left the Texas Rangers after a tragic shooting, must pick up his gun again to do battle with a gang of outlaw bikers that has invaded the town to pull off a brazen and violent heist.”

Disturbing the Peace hits Theaters and On Demand/Digital on January 17, 2020

Oscar Nominations 2020 !

Oscar nominations for the 92nd Academy Awards have been announced. Joker leads the contenders with 11 nominations, including Best Picture and Best Director for Todd Phillips.  Close behind we have The IrishmanOnce Upon a Time in Hollywood, and 1917 10 nominations each, including Best Picture, Director, and corresponding screenplay nominations. Check out the full list of 2020 Oscar nominations below. The 92nd Academy Awards will air live on ABC on February 9th

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Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 58 (Interview with Anthony Jerjen)

For the first interview of 2020, Logan Myerz interviews Anthony Jerjen, the director of Inherit Viper on the newest episode of the Cinephellas Podcast! The film hit select theaters, on demand, and digital on January 10th.

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“Crime thriller about three siblings in Appalachia getting by as local opioid dealers, trying not to get caught in the spiral of violence that comes with the territory.”

 

Review – Cats (2019)

by Kevin Muller

On July 18, 2019, an event happened that shook the cinematic world. The trailer for the big screen adaptation of the hit Broadway show Cats was released in all its nightmarish glory; with human/cat hybrids dancing and singing songs from the Tony Award winning show. How could Academy Award winning director Tom Hooper be behind this mess? To be fair, there have been plenty of bad trailers that marketed good or great movies. Film trailer creation is a difficult process, but that isn’t the focus of this review. Is the film a misunderstood charmer, with a lousy trailer, or a complete failure?

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