Review – Atlanta : Season 3 (2022)

Atlanta Season 3 Cast Photo

Those CinePhellas Kevin Muller and Nile Fortner take a trip to Atlanta. In this review, Kevin and Nile discuss Season 3 of Atlanta such as the best episodes, the show becoming Twilight Zone-ish, the cast taking the story overseas to Europe, and more!

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“Earn and his cousin Alfred, based in Atlanta, try to make their way in the world through the rap scene. Along the way they come face-to-face with social and economic issues touching on race, relationships, poverty, status, and parenthood.”

Review – Watcher (2022)

Watch out for those CinePhellas boys because the ‘Phellas are here to review the IFCMidnight and Shudder movie, Watcher.

A Hitchcock-like thriller starring Maika Monroe who notices a mysterious stranger watching her who may be a potential threat.

Logan and Nile discuss the impressive career of Maika Monroe, the cinematography, and a lot more in this movie review.

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Review – Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)

by Armando Vanegas

For a long time, Marvel movies have been very conventional and safe in terms of how the stories played out. I’m fine with them, but I find myself wanting more out of these movies than they’ve given me. Over the last few years, these movies have gotten more comfortable than ever with sticking to the formula and I find myself feeling jaded with some of these installments in terms of how invested I get into the story and situations these characters find themselves in. I still enjoy these movies because I do love the characters even if I’m not fully in love with the movies they inhabit all the time. I just wish that the people behind the scenes took more chances with these movies. It will be no surprise to many that Spider-Man: Far from Home is more of the same from the Marvel Cinematic Universe so far. However, there’s a sense of fun and excitement throughout that makes it a blast to watch from beginning to end.

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Review – Midsommar (2019)

By Kevin Muller

What made Ari Astar’s 2018 film, Hereditary, so chilling was the skilled build up to each scene. Most horror films have no subtlety whatsoever that rely on constant jump scares and the sudden heightening of audio effects. Astar’s movies may move at a snail’s pace, but once the scares kick in, he let’s you sit in the fear, paranoia, and any other negative feeling that conjures up in any given scene. Where his first feature lured in darkness, his new film basks in the sunlight. Does he give us a worthy follow up or fall into a Sophomore slump?

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