Review – Candyman (2021) **31 Days of Horror**

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By Kevin Muller

To say Jordon Peele’s star has risen, would be an understatement.  In the span of four years, he has gone from a hilarious sketch comic to one of the most reliable talents in Hollywood. Even though his projects still contain the humor that we love him for, he also injects a lot of social commentary into his films about the black experience. Now, he has brought back the old horror classic, Candyman, to the big screen in what is considered a sequel and NOT a remake. Does he breathe new life into the project or was this a property he should’ve left alone?

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Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 124 (Down with the Phellas)

Your Favorite ‘Phellas of Film are Back for Episode 124 of Cinephellas Podcast,

The CinePhellas discuss favorites such as movies, television shows, trending topics, and more topics like…

The Emmy’s 2021

• Favorite Bond Girls

• Remembering Norm MacDonald

• Choosing What Movies The CinePhellas Would Be In and the Character(s) from That Movie

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And a Lot More on Episode 124 of The CinePhellas Podcast!

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Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 118 (Down with the Phellas)

It got wild on this episode of the Cinephellas Podcast because your favorite ‘Phellas of film returned again for Episode 118 to discuss a variety of topics about movies, television shows, and more like…

• 1996s Space Jam vs Space Jam: A New Legacy

Gunpowder Milkshake and Our Favorite On-Screen Female Action Stars

• The Latest Trailer for Halloween Kills and The Last of Us HBO Casting

• What We Think the Plot of Jordan Peele’s Nope is And a Lot More on Episode 118 of The CinePhellas Podcast!

What do you think the plot of ‘Nope’ may be? Feel free to let us know what’s up and what you’re thinking.

If you haven’t already, feel free to share, comment, subscribe, check out CinePhellas.com for movie reviews, videos, podcast episodes, interviews, and more.

Also, check out the CinePhellas on social media for all kinds of updates and join our CinePhellas family. We at CinePhellas really do appreciate all your support.

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Lovecraft Country – Digital Code #PhellasGiveAway 2/25/21

We’re giving away the first season of the hit HBO show Lovecraft Country on digital code starring Jonathan Majors, Jurnee Smollett, and Courtney B. Vance. Let us know in the comments below “What’s your favorite HBO original series” and don’t forget to subscribe to our channel, use #PhellasGiveAway in your answer, and we’ll announce one random winner on February 25th. Good luck to everyone!

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“A young African-American travels across the U.S. in the 1950s in search of his missing father.”

Review – Hunters (2020)

Logan Myerz reviews the first season of Hunters that’s executive produced by Jordan Peele and starring Al Pacino and Logan Lerman. The first season is currently streaming on Prime Video!

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“In 1977, in New York City, a troubled young Jewish man bent on revenge is taken in by a secret group of Nazi hunters fighting a clandestine war against the cabal of high-ranking Nazi officials in hiding who work to create the Fourth Reich.”

 

Review – Toy Story 4 & Aladdin (2019)

by Kevin Muller

It may seem that Disney is becoming a juggernaut of the film industry by buying every single part of Hollywood, but they have always been the forerunner in family entertainment. In the 90’s, they were the King of the animation field with classics such as The Little Mermaid, Mulan, and Beauty and the Beast. The latter was the first animated film to be nominated for “Best Picture” when the nomination pool only allowed five films. There was also The Lion King, which will soon have a photo-realistic remake that will have its own review, instead of a shared one. Personally, Aladdin was always a favorite, mainly due to Robin Williams’s legendary turn as the lovable Genie. On top of that, the film also had catchy songs and overall fast and frantic attitude.   Unfortunately, shortly after that film delighted audiences, the downfall of hand drawn animation was about to begin with Disney teaming up with a new company called Pixar. We all know outcome of that merger, but it was 1995’s Toy Story that changed the game forever. Now, both these 90’s properties are back to see what they can do with better technology and an even wider audience.

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