Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 121 (Interview with David Howard Thornton)

On-screen, stage, and voiceover actor, David Howard Thornton is known for his portrayal of Art the Clown in the horror-slasher movie, Terrifier and the upcoming Terrifier 2.

On this episode of the Cinephellas Podcast , Nile Fortner speaks with Art the Clown himself, David Howard Thornton. David discusses with Nile news on Terrifier 2 such as Chris Jericho possibly being in the sequel, David’s voiceover work as The Joker, David coming from a comedic background, and more. David also shares with Nile working with the writer, director, special makeup FX of Terrifier Damien Leone, the fandom of Art the Clown, and a lot more on this episode of the Cinephellas Podcast.

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“On Halloween night, Tara Heyes finds herself as the obsession of a sadistic murderer known as Art the Clown.”

Review – The Suicide Squad (2021)

by Old King Clancy 

Looking back on the first Suicide Squad, it’s clear that DC were looking to capture some of Marvel’s Guardians Of The Galaxy hype by making their own gang of anti-hero misfits with a rocking 70s soundtrack. The difference being that Guardians Of The Galaxy was crafted to balance the ragtag humor with some well-earned emotional depth. While Suicide Squad was cobbled together by a committee that had heard Guardians and its soundtrack was really good, but didn’t actually see the movie to understand what made them work so well.

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Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 109 (Lockdown with the Phellas)

Just when you thought those ‘Phellas of film couldn’t get any wilder, they put out another wild episode of the Cinephellas Podcast. On Episode 109, the Cinephellas dive deep into a variety of entertainment and pop culture talk and topics such as,

• The Snyder Cut of Justice League

• Falcon and the Winter Soldier

• Songs We’ve Discovered Through Movies

• The Mighty Ducks on Disney+

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Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 104 (Lockdown with the Phellas)

Television shows like WandaVision, upcoming movies, and all kinds of entertainment news continue to impress and give the ‘Phellas all sorts of topics to discuss. The wild boys are back again for Episode 104 of the Cinephellas Podcast. On this episode, the ‘Phellas are joined by Jesse for the first time and they discuss a variety of topics such as:

• The Tweets by Gina Carano of The Mandalorian

• The Last of Us Casting

• The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

• The #1 Movie at the Box-Office of Our 20th Birthday’s and If We’d Like That Movie to be Our Cinematic Universe

• Sad, Twisted, and Dark Movies That Are Difficult to Watch And more !

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Fade to Black (1980) – Movie Review **31 Days of Horror**

“Meet Eric Binford, the ultimate movie buff. If you know someone like him…run!” Logan Myerz reviews the 1980 horror film, Fade To Black starring Dennis Christopher and directed by Vernon Zimmerman that’s currently streaming on Shudder!

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“A shy, lonely film buff embarks on a killing spree against those who browbeat and betray him, all the while stalking his idol, a Marilyn Monroe lookalike.”

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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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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Oscars 2020 – Predictions

 

Kevin Muller‘s Oscar Picks

Visual Effects

Avengers: Endgame

The Irishman

1917

The Lion King

Star Wars: Rise of the Skywalker

 

My Pick: 1917

What Will Win: 1917

While the people will be pulling for Avengers: Endgame, I feel that the sheer mastery of direction, and visual trickery, of Sam Mendes World War 1 film, will take it all.  It’s a masterpiece of filmmaking that pushed the extremes of the singular shot technique.

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Oscar Nominations 2020 !

Oscar nominations for the 92nd Academy Awards have been announced. Joker leads the contenders with 11 nominations, including Best Picture and Best Director for Todd Phillips.  Close behind we have The IrishmanOnce Upon a Time in Hollywood, and 1917 10 nominations each, including Best Picture, Director, and corresponding screenplay nominations. Check out the full list of 2020 Oscar nominations below. The 92nd Academy Awards will air live on ABC on February 9th

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