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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Shazam! – Best Buy 4K Steelbook Unboxing and Digital Code #PhellasGiveAway !

Logan Myerz unboxes the new Shazam! Best Buy 4K Steelbook and announces the Digital Code #PhellasGiveAway ! Let us know in the comments below “What’s your favorite DC standalone film in the DCU and why?” We’ll pick one random winner this week!

#Shazam #PhellasGiveAway #DCU #Steelbook #Unboxing

Top 10 Worst/Best Films of 2018!

by Kevin Muller

Worst of 2018

10.  Forever My Girl

Jessica Rothe is one of the more interesting talents that have come out of Hollywood in the last few years. From Happy Death Day, to her brief stint in La La Land, she is an actress who just has it. Even she couldn’t save this mess of a love story about a selfish musician, who left his pregnant wife at the altar and turned his back on his home town, to chase a life of music, booze, and women. We are presented with so much reason to hate this guy, especially what he did to Rothe’s Josie, but we all know they will end up together. The problem is that she welcomes him back with little to no fight. He uses his fame, charm, and winning looks to melt her into a pool of emotion. Come on, Josie! Put up a better fight than that! Not only for yourself, but for us, the audience, so that this film has some type of real conflict.

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Review – Venom (2018)

Tom Hardy in 2018s ‘Venom’ – A Superhero Film in the Wrong Place at the Wrong Time

by Nile Fortner

The Marvel comic book villain known as Venom first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man comics 30 years ago and now the villain a.k.a anti-hero hits the big screen in his very own movie. Audiences and fans haven’t seen the Venom character in a film since That ’70s Show actor Topher Grace portrayed him in Sam Raimi’s 2007s Spider-Man 3. Venom felt like an afterthought in Spider-Man 3, which left a sour taste in mind for some fans. I am a huge fan of the character Spider-Man and I’ve grown up with the character. Such as growing up with Sam Raimi’s trilogy and being an avid reader of the character in the comics to this day. I also grew up with superhero films like Ang Lee’s 2003 film Hulk and Halle Berry’s 2004 Catwoman. The 90s and early 2000s were a time when a large portion of superhero films used the popularity of a character to make a profit and they cared very little about the source material, comics, and even the fans. Tom Hardy in 2018s Venom feels like a superhero movie from the early 2000s and it’s a superhero film in the wrong place at the wrong time.

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