Mr. Corman – Episode 3 + 4 Apple TV+ Review

Mr. Corman review: Apple TV+ hits new low with cliched 'comedy'

Logan and Henry return to review episodes 3 + 4 of the Apple TV+ series Mr. Corman, created by and starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt. New episodes air every Friday on the streaming service.

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“A deep cut into the days and nights of a public schoolteacher in the San Fernando Valley.”

Mr. Corman – Episodes 1 + 2 : Apple TV+ Review

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It’s time for those boys to head back to school and meet their fifth grade teacher, Mr. Corman. Logan and Henry return to review the first two episodes of the new Apple TV+ series Mr. Corman, created by and starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt. New episodes will air every Friday on the streaming service.

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“A deep cut into the days and nights of a public schoolteacher in the San Fernando Valley.”

Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 114 (Interview with Graham Skipper)

On this episode of the Cinephellas Podcast, Logan Myerz interviews Graham Skipper about his role in Dementia : Part II. They discuss playing the role of Reggie, working with the directors and cast, his favorite sequels, and more! Dark Star Pictures and Bloody Disgusting will release the midnight horror film in theaters on May 21, 2021, and on VOD, Digital HD, and DVD on June 1st.

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“Suzanne wasn’t always this confused. She wasn’t always dead either – When an ex-con takes a job as a handyman for an unstable elderly woman to avoid a parole violation, it becomes a choice he may regret.”

Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 22 (Interview with Zack Andrews and Bobby Roe)

The House October Built 2: Interview with Zack Andrews and Bobby Roe

by Logan Myerz

When you think of the Halloween season, you probably think of two things, Haunted Houses and Horror movies. Both go hand in hand and if you’re an avid Haunted House attendee like myself, you can almost guarantee you will get the shit scared out of you before the month is over. But, what really draws people to these Haunted Attractions? Is it the adrenaline rush, overcoming your worst nightmares, or confronting the evil that lies beneath these houses?

The Houses October Built was a film that tackled these very questions in 2013 where a group of friends embarked on a road trip to find the ultimate Horror attraction. What they found out was more than they asked for and left the audience with many questions. The first film was one of my favorites of the year and I saw the film do well domestically with a pretty large following. I think the film did so well was the original premise, real life events that people can relate to, and showcasing the scariest places you can visit during the Halloween season.

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Review – Pilgrimage (2017) Edinburgh Film Festival

by Old King Clancy

The nature of films, and indeed all media, means that comparisons are almost inevitable and it’s important to remember that just because a film isn’t as good as a similar films, that doesn’t mean it itself is a bad film. Case in point, Pilgrimage comes across as a mix between Valhalla Rising and Silence,  without the visual trip of the former or the heaviness of the latter, but still within it’s own rights is an enjoyable and interesting examination of faith.

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Review – The Dark Mile (2017) Edinburgh Film Festival

by Old King Clancy

At the time of writing I’ve sat on The Dark Mile for just over a full day trying to work out my thoughts on the film. Not that I didn’t like it, in fact, it’s probably the best film I’ve seen at this year’s Festival so far. It’s an experience that I guarantee will piss a lot of people off and trying to recommend it is going to prove difficult, due to the film’s own encouragement that “the less you know the better.”

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