On this episode of the Cinephellas Podcast, Nile Fortner interviewed Gabriela Lopez about her role in the new film, The Browsing Effect. The film is now available on Digital and On Demand.
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“The seemingly endless possibilities of dating apps send a group of friends into a whirlwind of sex, jealousy, and self-doubt in this ensemble comedy that examines dating culture in the age of swiping.”
by Logan Myerz
On this episode of the Cinephellas Podcast, I interviewed Mark Steven Johnson, the director of the new heist film, Finding Steve McQueen. Mark is no stranger to the entertainment industry and entered the Hollywood scene in the early 90’s. He has penned such great films as Grumpy Old Men, Simon Birch, and Christopher Robin. But today, I wanted to find out the directing process behind Finding Steve McQueen, working on a film that is based on a true story, working with Travis Fimmel, and his upcoming projects.
On this episode of Cinephellas Podcast, we interviewed the talented Diane Franklin (Better Off Dead/Bill &Ted ) about her role in the new horror film, The Amityville Murders. This is her second time in the The Amityville Horror franchise and she shares her experience getting cast in the film, the real Amityville House, and her upcoming projects.
THE AMITYVILLE MURDERS hits theaters, On Demand, and Digital today!
by Logan Myerz
Halloween is around the corner and the horror genre is making a giant comeback with many independent films being released to larger theaters across the world. From the general consensus, horror is here to stay with many films and TV Shows using nostalgic elements to draw the audience in and never let them go. What makes these types of films compelling is the thought process, direction, practical effects, and originality. As a huge fan of this genre, I also really appreciate newer concepts and incorporating factual events into a film that will set itself apart from other movies that play it safe.
‘Summer of ’84’ Is a Splash of Brilliant B-Movie Nostalgia
by Nile Fortner
Even though I wasn’t born yet, I know that 1984 was a fantastic year that gave us classics that would later go on to become classic nostalgia. The year 1984 gave us a Schwarzenegger as a futuristic killing-machine cyborg hunting down anyone named Sarah Connor in The Terminator. The year 1984 also taught us that Gremlins can’t get wet, Molly Ringwald was the O.G. red-head babe before Jessica Chastain (sorry Jessica), and that counting after “five and six you better grab your crucifix” before a red-and-green striped sweater wearing serial killer haunts your dreams.
Screamfest 2017: An Interview with Rachel Belofsy
by Logan Myerz
What does it take to be an artist? Is it the passion you put into your craft or is it the countless hours perfecting your craft? These are questions I ask myself everyday by researching, writing, reviewing, and creating videos on the Cinephellas website. Being a film-maker isn’t as easy as it looks and getting the film showcased in the industry isn’t an overnight process. The horror film genre is one that is easily overlooked for its creativity, chilling story-line, and jump scares. The Academy has not taken too kindly to the horror genre and it seems many great films are snubbed come Oscar Season. But does it really matter? With many film festivals today, there are movies awarded for the Best Feature, Directing, Cinematography, as they should be for the distinguished film-making skills. What I appreciate about this genre of film making is the blood, sweat, and tears put into every shot of the movie. More importantly, it’s not about making money or the fame, rather it’s about the art-form and making a piece that is memorable.