On this episode of the Cinephellas Podcast, Armando interviews writer/director Edward Drake about his new movie, Detective Knight: Independence. They talk about working with Bruce Willis, the inspiration for the movie, and the relevancy of the movie’s story in today’s world.
#DetectiveKnightIndependence #EdwardDrake #Interview #CinephellasPodcast
“Detective James Knight’s last-minute assignment to the Independence Day shift turns into a race against time to stop an unbalanced EMT worker who’s posing as a cop.”
Young Sammy Fabelman aspires to become a filmmaker as he reaches adolescence, but soon discovers a shattering family secret and explores how the power of films can help him see the truth in Steven Spielberg’s The Fabelmans. Check out our review as we discuss the film and talk about our all-time favorite Spielberg films.
“Growing up in post-World War II era Arizona, young Sammy Fabelman aspires to become a filmmaker as he reaches adolescence, but soon discovers a shattering family secret and explores how the power of films can help him see the truth.”
by Kevin Muller
Brendan Fraser may not be a household name now, but back in the 90s he was one of the most popular actors. He came on to the scene as Link, in the 1993’s Encino Man, where he played a thawed-out caveman that was thrown into that era. Additionally, he turned up in the action-adventure film The Mummy, where he showed he could both hit the comedic elements of the character while also projecting the necessary bravado reserved for those roles. It seemed that he was heading towards the top, but after a few setbacks, involving his career and personal life, he started only showing up here and there in few movies. Now, acclaimed director Darren Aronofsky has given Fraser the keys back to stardom with the lead in his new film The Whale. After all these years, does Fraser still have it?
Bob Ward interviews the writer/director Nyla Innuksuk about her new film Slash/Back that hit Theaters, Digital and VOD today.
#SlashBack #MovieReview #CinephellasPodcast #31DaysofHorror
“When Maika and her ragtag friends discover an alien invasion in their tiny arctic hamlet, it’s up to them to save the day. Utilizing their makeshift weapons and horror movie knowledge, the aliens realize you don’t mess with girls from Pang.”
Toby Amies on Striving to Stay in the Moment: A Walking Interview with the Director of In the Court of the Crimson King: King Crimson at 50
By Christopher Rzigalinski
Director Toby Amies : Photo courtesy of ARPR Publicity
Toby Amies is a documentarian that uses himself as a storytelling device. The sincere first-person interview style of his Great Garden series, The Man Whose Mind Exploded, and now In the Court of the Crimson King: King Crimson at 50 introduces audiences to what he lovingly calls “monomaniacal” characters in vulnerable states. Toby’s presence appears through his disembodied voice, engaging film subjects with compassion and creating space for viewers to fill. It’s an immersive style of filmmaking that adds layers to every project.
Kevin Muller returns to the Quick Stop to review Kevin Smith’s Clerks III that’s now playing in theaters.
#Clerks3 #ClerksIII #MovieReview
“Dante, Elias, and Jay and Silent Bob are enlisted by Randal after a heart attack to make a movie about the convenience store that started it all.”
Who saves the Justice League when things go bad? Check out our review of DC League of Super-Pets, starring Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart and John Krasinski.
“Krypto the Super-Dog and Superman are inseparable best friends, sharing the same superpowers and fighting crime side by side in Metropolis. However, Krypto must master his own powers for a rescue mission when Superman is kidnapped.”
Children are being abducted and killed in a small Denver suburb by a prowler known as “The Grabber” (Ethan Hawke). When teenager Finney gets abducted, a mysterious black phone begins to ring in the room he is held captive in. Logan and Henry answer the call and review the new horror film from director Scott Derrickson, The Black Phone.
“A novel by Joe Hill adapted for the big screen following Ethan Hawke as a sadistic masked killer who kidnaps Finney Shaw. A shy 13 year old who’s placed in a soundproof basement where a disconcerted phone rings and Shaw can hear the voices of the killer’s previous victims.”
Is The Black Phone
worth answering? In this movie review, Nile
shares his thoughts on Scott Derrickson’s The Black Phone
now playing in theaters.
A novel by Joe Hill adapted for the big screen following Ethan Hawke as a sadistic masked killer who kidnaps Finney Shaw. A shy 13 year old who’s placed in a soundproof basement where a disconcerted phone rings and Shaw can hear the voices of the killer’s previous victims.
Watch out for those CinePhellas boys because the ‘Phellas are here to review the IFCMidnight and Shudder movie, Watcher.
A Hitchcock-like thriller starring Maika Monroe who notices a mysterious stranger watching her who may be a potential threat.
Logan and Nile discuss the impressive career of Maika Monroe, the cinematography, and a lot more in this movie review.