Patrick Swayze stars as a bouncer hired to clean up a seedy bar in the 1989 film Road House. Logan and Henry head to the Double Deuce and review the cult classic, which also stars Sam Elliott, Kelly Lynch, and Ben Gazzara. ‘Road House’ is currently streaming on Netflix.
Damien Chazelle’s Babylon tells the tale of outsized ambition and outrageous excess and traces the rise and fall of multiple characters during an era of unbridled decadence and depravity in early Hollywood. Logan and Henry watched the film and are back with their review. The film is now available on digital.
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“A tale of outsized ambition and outrageous excess, it traces the rise and fall of multiple characters during an era of unbridled decadence and depravity in early Hollywood.”
Prisoners are taken to a remote island where they are given experimental drugs in Joseph Kosinski’s Spiderhead. Chris Hemsworth and Miles Teller star in the film, now streaming on Netflix. Check out our review now!
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In the near future, convicts are offered the chance to volunteer as medical subjects to shorten their sentence. One such subject for a new drug capable of generating feelings of love begins questioning the reality of his emotions.
Put this potcast in your pipe and smoke it because it’s Episode 112 of the Cinephellas Podcast (420 Edition). The wild boys are back to discuss all kinds of topics about movies, television shows, and a variety of pop culture topics such as…
• Some of Our Favorite Stoner Flicks and Characters
• Drugs from Movies
• Which Actors/Actresses We’d Smoke With?
• Seth Rogen, Kevin Smith, and Jaleel White (Urkel) Cannabis Companies
• The Recent Trailer for F9
• Remembering DMX
• U.S. vs Billie Holiday
• Amazon Primes ‘Them’
What are some of your favorite stoner films and what’s your favorite DMX song? Let us know what’s up and what you’re thinking.
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The dynamic duo is back to review the new film from The Russo Bros, Cherry, starring our good mate Tom Holland. Was it a dud or was it sweet like cherry pie? Press play now and let those boys tell you what they think! The film is now streaming on Apple TV+.
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“Cherry drifts from college dropout to army medic in Iraq – anchored only by his true love, Emily. But after returning from the war with PTSD, his life spirals into drugs and crime as he struggles to find his place in the world.”
On this episode of the Cinephellas Podcast, Henry Hill talks with John Swab, the writer and director of the new film Body Brokers, which hits theaters, VOD, and digital on February 19th. John talks about his personal experiences as a junkie going through treatment, being used to recruit other junkies for money, and how it inspired him to make this film.
“Brought to Los Angeles for treatment, a recovering junkie soon learns that the rehab center is not about helping people, but a cover for a multi-billion-dollar fraud operation that enlists addicts to recruit other addicts.”
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.
Studio comedies are in a weird place right now. For some time, there was a time where every other week, there was a comedy coming out that looked good to me. Most of the time, I seemed pretty pleased with what I got. Even the worst ones had something to giggle at, for the most part. Perhaps the fact that Judd Apatow had smash hits with The 40-Year-Old Virgin and Knocked Up made a lot of studios wake up for a bit and try harder for a little while. Nowadays, I barely see many come out and most of the recent ones that do underwhelm me. It could also be more that I changed or the movies changed or most likely, both. Whatever it was, Good Boys has come around to bring some much needed laughs to the movies. While it seemed like the kind of movie that was going to follow the trend of being forgettable, I heard some good buzz that indicated that this was going to be a fun time and it delivered on that. The trailer wasn’t much of an indicator of its quality since it wanted me to think it was funny solely because it featured kids using profanity. I wondered how much that could carry a movie. As it so happens, there is more to the movie than that. While it does follow a lot of the same beats as other coming-of age comedies like Superbad or even this year’s Booksmart, it’s a movie that’s concerned with just making you laugh. If you’re looking to have a hilarious time at the movies, Good Boys will do the trick.