Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 143 (Interview with Brian Level and Kate Sherron)

On this episode of the Cinephellas Podcast, Bob talks with the creative team behind Oni presses Silk Hills. They discuss working on the graphic novel, horror movies, dream projects, and more.

The book was released on June 14th and you can pickup your copy at any local or online retailer.

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Ozark – Season 4 : Part 2 Netflix Review

No one gets out clean. The final seven episodes of Ozark are now streaming on Netflix and we’re back with our review of the conclusion to the epic crime drama.

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“A financial advisor drags his family from Chicago to the Missouri Ozarks, where he must launder money to appease a drug boss.”

Ozark – Season 4 : Part 1 Netflix Review

“No one gets out clean.” The first half of the final season of Ozark hit Netflix and Logan and Henry are back to review the beginning of the end for the Byrdes. Check out our review now and don’t forget to subscribe, like and comment on the post!

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“A financial advisor drags his family from Chicago to the Missouri Ozarks, where he must launder money to appease a drug boss.”

Review – Ozark (Season 3)

“Sometimes, if you don’t move forward, you die.” The Byrde family returns in season 3 of the hit Netflix show Ozark starring Jason Bateman, Laura Linney, and Julia Garner.

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“A financial adviser drags his family from Chicago to the Missouri Ozarks, where he must launder money to appease a drug boss.”

Review – Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri (2017)

by Kevin Muller

Sit back and buckle up for the wildest ride of the year. Martin McDonagh’s Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri is a masterpiece and the writer/director’s best film to date. This is a film with balls that isn’t afraid to offend, while providing us with a story that is as hilarious as it is profound, this one is a true winner.

It has been too much damn time for Mildred, an amazing Frances MacDormand, since the gruesome death of her young teenage daughter, who was raped and burned to death a few months before the film begins. It doesn’t help that the last time they saw each other they had a typical mother/daughter fight that concluded with things said that both did not mean. The police haven’t made any progression on the case that seems to be the afterthought. In an act with desperation and rebellion, Mildred purchases three vacant billboards that sit outside of town. On them, she asks the police, specifically Willoughby, who is perfectly played by Woody Harrelson, why it is taking so damn long to solve the case? While Willoughby is bothered by it, it is a younger, and troubled, officer at his department, Dixon, who really takes it to heart.  Dixon is played with such ferocity by Sam Rockwell. He is a simple minded man, who is the last person who should be an officer of the law. Mildred’s bold move acts as a catalyst, for not only the movie’s plot, but the spirit of the town. Everyone tries to fight her, but she refuses to give up.

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