On episode 98 of the Cinephellas Podcast , Henry Hill talks to director John Suits about his new film Breach. The film stars Bruce Willis and is being released by Saban Films in theaters, VOD and digital on December 18th.
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“On the cusp of fatherhood, a junior mechanic aboard an interstellar ark to New Earth must outwit a malevolent cosmic terror intent on using the spaceship as a weapon.”
The sweet, dramatic, yet funny and crude coming-of-age Irish film Dating Amber ponders teen sexuality and finds a closeted gay teen and his lesbian counterpart pretending to be in a relationship to avoid suspicion. On this episode of the Cinephellas Podcast, Nile Fortner speaks with actress Lola Petticrew, who plays Amber in the movie. They also discuss the film, how this film would have differed if it were a U.S. production, Lola in quarantine with her co-star, and a lot more on this episode.
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“Two school friends decide to start a pretend straight relationship in an effort to fit in.”
On this episode of the Cinephellas Podcast, Henry Hill and Steve Byrne discuss his new film The Opening Act. Steve is a successful stand-up comedian who has multiple comedy specials and created/starred in the TBS sitcom Sullivan and Son. You can check out The Opening Act in theaters, VOD, and Digital on October 16th!
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“Follows Will O’Brien whose true life passion is to become a stand-up comedian.”
“Stephen King took you to the edge with The Shining and Pet Sematary. This time……he pushes you over.” Logan Myerz reviews Graveyard Shift from 1990 that’s adapted from Stephen King’s short story of the same name, which appeared in his Night Shift collection. The film is directed by Ralph S. Singleton, written by John Esposito, and starring David Andrews, Stephen Macht, and Kelly Wolf.
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“In a very old textile mill with a serious rat infestation, deadly accidents start happening, but the corrupt foreman continues to put his workers in danger, until they discover a horrifying secret deep in the basement.”
DEADLY TEN is an immersive cinematic initiative that will see Full Moon Features boldly producing a series of ten original genre films, live-streamed in front of fans. These ten films will include sequels of beloved Full Moon franchises, a spin on classic cult favorites, and daring soon-to-be essential genre films. Principal photography will begin shooting in June 2019 and continue throughout the year in Europe and North America. Release for the DEADLY TEN is slated for Spring 2020, and will premiere exclusively on Full Moon’s Amazon Prime Channel.
Nile Fortner is back with the Retro Review series to review the 1929 short film, Un Chien Andalou.
“In a surrealistic film with input from Salvador Dalí, director Luis Buñuel presents stark, surrealistic images including the slitting open of a woman’s eye and a dead horse being pulled along on top of a piano. A mysterious film open to interpretations ranging from deep to completely meaningless, this short (17-minute) film certainly presented something new in the cinema of its day.”
RLJE Films celebrated the World Premiere of TERMINAL on Tuesday, May 8th at the Arclight Hollywood. The After Party was hosted at the Escape Hotel with SVEDKA Vodka in Hollywood.
On the first edition of Horror Reacts, Craig Baker reacts to Crypt TV’s short horror film Hospice.
NO ONE IS SAFE…NOW IT’S THEIR TURN TO TAKE A BITE!
We invite you to take a bite out of Level 33 Entertainment’s hilarious horror comedy feature film ATTACK OF THE KILLER DONUTS starring C. Thomas Howell (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, The Outsiders, & The Amazing Spider-Man), Justin Ray (1 Chance 2 Dance & Disaster L.A.), and Michael Swan (As the World Turns, Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI, & The Bold and the Beautiful) which will be released in select theaters and On Demand Friday, November 17th.
by Kevin Muller
Ah, okay, it is incredibly refreshing to be able to talk about a film without beating around the bush. Unlike ‘Mother!,” this film is just a standard action film with an A to B plot-line. Back in 2014, the original Kingsman: The Secret Service, hit theaters and knocked everyone out with its satire, kick ass action, and one hell of a leading man, Colin Firth. Once again, we are thrown back into the world of espionage, gadgets, and satire. Does it work again?