Review – Ford v Ferrari (2019)

Logan Myerz reviews James Mangold’s newest action-packed film Ford v Ferrari starring Matt Damon and Christian Bale.

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“American car designer Carroll Shelby and driver Ken Miles battle corporate interference, the laws of physics and their own personal demons to build a revolutionary race car for Ford and challenge Ferrari at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1966.”

Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 17 (Interview with Brendan Muldowney)

Fostering Faith: A Conversation with Brendan Muldowney

By Christopher M. Rzigalinski

What is faith? What does it mean to actively have faith in something? How necessary is it to have faith in yourself versus a higher power? These are just some of the philosophical questions I discuss with Irish director Brendan Muldowney on this edition of the Cinephellas Podcast. I got keen insight into the quest for spirituality that informs his new film Pilgrimage, which premiered at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival in New York.

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Review – Pilgrimage (2017) Edinburgh Film Festival

by Old King Clancy

The nature of films, and indeed all media, means that comparisons are almost inevitable and it’s important to remember that just because a film isn’t as good as a similar films, that doesn’t mean it itself is a bad film. Case in point, Pilgrimage comes across as a mix between Valhalla Rising and Silence,  without the visual trip of the former or the heaviness of the latter, but still within it’s own rights is an enjoyable and interesting examination of faith.

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Review – Sweet Virginia (2017) Edinburgh Film Festival

by Old King Clancy

With TV currently in it’s Golden Age, a lot of genres have proven to work better with a long-form series rather than a one-off entry; case in point, crime thriller with the likes of Fargo and Twin Peaks making the most of their extended run-time. I bring this up because while it’s very easy to tell when a movie needs to be cut shorter, new Alaskan thriller Sweet Virginia is one of those rare films that could benefit from being longer.

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Review – Daredevil, Season 2


by Taylor Lunsford

Following a stellar debut for Marvel on Netflix with the first season of Daredevil, the legendary comic book company ups the ante by adding the Punisher to the mix for the show’s second outing.

The first season of Daredevil gave us a grittier and more down-to-Earth level of hero than the MCU had previously given us. It was praised for being more realistic and showing a darker side of Marvel. Season two immediately takes the brutality to another level upon the Punisher’s introduction.

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