Review – Yellowstone: Season 2 Episode 1 (2019)

Henry Hill takes a ride to the Dutton Ranch to review the first episode of Yellowstone season 2 titled ‘A Thundering.’ Yellowstone airs every Wednesday night on the Paramount Network.

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“A ranching family in Montana faces off against others encroaching on their land.”

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Review – Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992)

by Armando Vanegas

I’ll never forget where I was when I first saw David Lynch’s Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me. I was 13 years old in a pre-streaming world with the movie being the easiest way to access the show thanks to cable television. Seeing parodies of the show and the fact that I was a dedicated TV Guide reader, where the magazine often touted it as one of the great shows of our time, made me more curious about checking it out. When I finally sat down to finally enter this world on a late summer night in 2006, I despised it so much that I wished that I was in a theater with a drink so I could throw something at the screen with the nonsense I was being shown. Little did I know, for David Lynch’s stuff, being weird and nonsensical was a constant in his filmography.

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June Unboxing: ‘US’ 4K Steelbook and John Carpenter’s ‘Tales of Science Fiction: Twitch’ Series!

 

Logan Myerz unboxes Jordan Peele’s US 4K Steelbook and John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction: Twitch Comic Book Series! Stay tuned for more unboxing videos next month!

Thanks to our friends over at Storm King Productions and Sphinx PR!

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Review – Dark Phoenix (2019)

by Kevin Muller

In the year 2000, the first X-Men dropped and showed us that it was possible to create a comic book movie that felt real, while containing the themes of alienation and prejudice. All these modern day super-hero films, from The Dark Knight films to Marvel’s vast cinematic library, owes a great amount of gratitude to what director Bryan Singer brought to that film. This will be the last time we see these characters under the control of 20th Century Fox. Disney, which owns Marvel, merged with the company and now have control of the mutants, so it is only a matter of time until we see a reboot of the story and its characters. For their final go with the property, Fox have decided to adapt the ever popular Dark Phoenix saga again. They touched upon it in 2006’s X-Men: The Last Stand, with mixed results. Does this film improve on it?

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Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 32 (Interview with Cody Heuer)

The 16th Episode finds trapped YouTubers documenting a satanic ritual gone wrong. Cody Heuer of the film discusses with Nile Fortner what it was like filming overseas, the effectiveness of documentary-style horror movies, his love of music, and more with us at the Cinephellas Podcast.

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“Three You tubers struggling to get more views on their adventure channel, travel to the mythical city of Casablanca, unaware that it hides a terrifying secret.”

Gravitas Ventures will release the horror film The 16th Episode in Theaters, On Demand, and Digital on June 28th!

Review – Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019)

by Kevin Muller

It has been quite a journey for Godzilla. Five years ago, the big green guy got his redemption when Godzilla was released. It had been 16 years since the awful 1998 version, where the “king of all monsters” looked like a discount T-Rex, hit screens and ultimately disappointed both fans and audiences. While the 2014 version wasn’t perfect, it had improved on the look and nature of its title character. What audiences did not care for was the soap opera level acting and drama of its main characters. The total amount of monster time was far too little for many film goers. The studio listened and increased the amount of monster goodness this time around. Does the change improve or hurt the sequel?

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