Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 126 (Down with the Phellas) **31 Days of Horror**

Whether you’re a ghoul, ghost, witch, or devil, come hang with your favorite ‘Phellas for the Halloween season!

In honor of Halloween, on Episode 126 of the ‘CinePhellas Podcast,’ the wild boys discuss horror movies, our favorite monsters in masks, and a lot more topics for 31 Days of Horror like…

🎃 American Horror Story: Double Feature Part One

👻 Horror Movie Recommendations

🧟‍♂️ Who Should Be the Next Bond

🍬 Underrated Episodes of The Sopranos

🍫 The Many Saints of Newark on HBO Max

😱 Actors/Actresses Who’ve Never Done Horror But Should

And a Lot More on This Episode of The CinePhellas Podcast!

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Also, before you prepare to get your ghoul-gown, check out the CinePhellas on social media for all kinds of updates and join our CinePhellas family. We at CinePhellas really do appreciate all your support and remember, always check your candy. 🍫

Mr. Corman – Episode 3 + 4 Apple TV+ Review

Mr. Corman review: Apple TV+ hits new low with cliched 'comedy'

Logan and Henry return to review episodes 3 + 4 of the Apple TV+ series Mr. Corman, created by and starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt. New episodes air every Friday on the streaming service.

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“A deep cut into the days and nights of a public schoolteacher in the San Fernando Valley.”

Mr. Corman – Episodes 1 + 2 : Apple TV+ Review

Mr Corman review – Joseph Gordon-Levitt tackles millennial malaise | Television & radio | The Guardian

It’s time for those boys to head back to school and meet their fifth grade teacher, Mr. Corman. Logan and Henry return to review the first two episodes of the new Apple TV+ series Mr. Corman, created by and starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt. New episodes will air every Friday on the streaming service.

#MrCorman #AppleTVPlus #TVReview

“A deep cut into the days and nights of a public schoolteacher in the San Fernando Valley.”

Review – Saint Maud (2020)

Scarborough has a starring role in hit horror movie Saint Maud | The Scarborough News

Those wild Catholicism enthusiasts are back to review A24‘s newest film Saint Maud that’s written/directed by Rose Glass and starring Morfydd Clark. The film arrives in select theaters & drive-ins on January 29th and will be available to stream on EPIX on February 12th!

#SaintMaud #MovieReview

“Follows a pious nurse who becomes dangerously obsessed with saving the soul of her dying patient.”

Review – Saint Maud (2019)

by Old King Clancy

In keeping with what I’ve said beforehand, every year seems to have one standout horror film that’s a critical darling if a little iffy with audience; The Babadook, The VVitch, and Hereditary. For 2020 that horror film – aside from the obvious plague that’s screwing us all over – seems to be Saint Maud, and since the majority of these critically acclaimed horrors I’ve absolutely loved, I wanted to see if this would be a winner. And by God it was, this is a chilling, disorienting, and disturbing look at faith and the dangers of unchecked insanity.

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BEYOND FEST ANNOUNCES 2020 FULL LINE UP!!!

Beyond Fest announces the first physical genre festival of the year with week-long drive-in residence including world premieres of Christopher Landon’s from Blumhouse FREAKY, Adam Egypt Mortimer’s ARCHENEMY, and Jim Cummings’ THE WOLF OF SNOW HOLLOW.

Beyond Fest, the highest-attended genre film festival in the US, is excited to announce its complete slate of 2020 programming comprising of seven nights of double-bill features including three world premieres, one North American Premiere, and two US premieres of unadulterated cinematic excess. Following a sold-out Summer residence with the American Cinematheque at the Mission Tiki Drive-In, Beyond Fest returns to the socially-distanced safety of the drive-in Friday, October 2nd – Thursday, October 8th to generate funds for the 501c3 non-profit film institution.

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Review – Boys State (2020)

by Kevin Muller

Every year, in each individual state, an event happens that gathers 1100 adolescent boys to participate in tradition called Boys State. The American Legion sponsored program shows these inspired young men the ins and outs of politics through the course of a strenuous seven days, where they must form a mock government. By the end, the Legion hopes that the young men will be made aware of the politics, democracy, and effort it takes to running a successful campaign. Famous political figures such as Dick Cheney, Corey Booker, Bill Clinton, Rush Limbaugh, and many others, have participated in this event. Directors Jesse Moss and Amanda McBride guide us through a world that includes all the juicy aspects of politics: unity, idealism, hope, and backstabbing. Is this peek into the 85 year old institution worth the ride?

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Top 10 Best & Worst Films of 2019

by Kevin Muller

The Top 10 Worst Films of 2019

10. The Kitchen  

The tenth spot on this list is reserved for, not necessarily a bad film, but for one that given the talent involved, should’ve worked.  Based upon the Graphic Novel, “The Kitchen” tells the story of three women who are romantically involved with men connected to the Irish Mob. When the men are all thrown in jail, the three must band together to continue the men’s work, to avoid financial debt to themselves, and the community that depends on the mob. The leads are played by Elisabeth Moss, Tiffany Haddish, and Melissa McCarthy, in what seemed to be the perfect trio to pull this off.   Unfortunately, a story that should’ve been about female empowerment, was just so lifeless on its execution. The film also failed to carry a consistent tone. It tried to be funny, with awkward results, it tried to be a crime drama, but failed to give the controversial story any type of spark. It was the definition of a missed opportunity.

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