Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 106 (Interview with Adain Bradley)

The reboot and the seventh film in the horror-slasher franchise series, Wrong Turn, is here. This reimagining follows a group of hikers straying from a trail and crossing a private land owned by The Foundation, who don’t take too kindly to outsiders. Suddenly under siege, the hikers realize they may be at the point of no return. On this episode, of the Cinephellas Podcast, Nile Fortner speaks with ‘Wrong Turn’ cast member, Adain Bradley. They discuss when a reboot is necessary, a personal wrong turn Adain made on a trip, how this movie differs from the original and the sequels, and a lot more on this episode of the Cinephellas Podcast.

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“Friends hiking the Appalachian Trail are confronted by ‘The Foundation’, a community of people who have lived in the mountains for hundreds of years.”

Spider-Man : Miles Morales – PS5 Review

The wild web-slinger is back to review Spider-Man : Miles Morales on the Playstation 5. Stay tuned for our review of Astro’s Playroom, and other Playstation games coming soon in the Level Up with Cinephellas Video Game series.

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“The game is the second installment in the Marvel’s Spider-Man series, following Marvel’s Spider-Man (2018), and depicts Miles’ struggle to balance the duties of his civilian persona and Spider-Man when his new home, Harlem, is threatened by a war between the Roxxon Energy Corporation and the Tinkerer’s high-tech criminal army, the Underground.”

Cinephellas Podcast – Interview with Josh Blaylock

Longtime comic enthusiast and comic book writer, Josh Blaylock, is changing the comic culture with Pop Cultivator. A fan-owned comic book company with original stories, animations, and a lot more. On this episode of the Cinephellas Podcast, Chief Creative and Executive Officer Co-Founder of Pop Cultivator, Josh Blaylock, shares with Nile Fortner, independent comic book publishing, the well-known talent behind Pop Cultivator such as the creatives behind, Captain Underpants, and a lot more on this podcast episode.

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Review – The Boys : Season 2 (2020)

The Boys returns with a bang in season 2 and Logan Myerz reviews the first three episodes that are currently streaming on Amazon Prime Video. New episodes air every Friday on the streaming service.

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“With The Homelander going off the rails, it may be up to superheroes Starlight and Queen Maeve to restore The Seven to real superheroes who actually care about protecting humanity more than their own superhero image.”

Review – Creepshow (2019) : Season 1

by Old King Clancy

Let me start off this review with a confession; I have not seen the original Creepshow. I’ve seen clips from it, mostly regarding cockroaches and country bumpkin accent, but I’ve never found the opportunity to see the full film. That being said, I’m aware of its cult status and when news came about of an anthology series from Greg Nicotero, I took interest. I’ve been familiar with Nicotero’s work on The Walking Dead and with TV often outclassing films for production values, the Creepshow series had a lot of promise.

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Review – Creepshow (2019) : Season 1

Bob Ward reviews the first season of Creepshow that’s currently streaming on ShudderAMC , and will be released on Blu-Ray and DVD on June 2nd!

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“CREEPSHOW, the new anthology series based on the 1982 horror comedy classic, is still the most fun you’ll ever have being scared! A comic book comes to life in a series of twelve vignettes over six episodes, exploring terrors from murder to the supernatural and unexplainable. Haunted dollhouses, werewolves, murderous goblins, villainous trick-or-treaters, the dead, and medical marvels are just a few of the things to watch out for in this new series. You never know what will be on the next page…”

 

Review: Tom King’s ‘Batman’ Series (2020)

The End Of Tom King’s ‘Batman’ Run

by Bob Ward

With issue #85, Tom King’s run with the Caped Crusader has ended. There have been mixed emotions around his exit. Some people are thankful because they felt he had run his course, but others enjoyed him and what he brought to the table. Personally, I loved (almost) everything that he did for the Bat. So here is my opinion on some of his hits and the rare misses.

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