Review – Slice (2018)

by Old King Clancy

Movies like Slice are part of a genre that I’m now trade-marking as “Kitchen Sink Movies,” films like Detention and Freaks Of Nature that take wildly outlandish concepts, throw the kitchen sink at the screen, and pray to god that it’s entertaining because it’s sure as hell not gonna make any sense. It’s a difficult genre to pull off since you run the risk of going too far and blurring out any attempt at story, or you don’t go far enough and your wild concept just feels flimsy and unfocused. In the case of Slice, it unfortunately suffers from the latter issue.

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COMET & Charge TV UNBOXING and September #PhellasGiveAway !

Are you ready for a Spacey-week?

I hope so, because COMET TV has so many cool things in September! COMET TV is the new home of the cult classic Space: 1999! The out of this world series starring Martin Landau is a fun retro adventure, you’ll love!

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Plus, there are Godzilla Double Features, Dr. Who and more!

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Review – Today’s Special (2009)

Take a Bite Out of ‘Today’s Special’!

by Nile Fortner

The 2009 independent comedy film Today’s Special comes from fairy tale and folklore director David Kaplan and the film is an adaptation from the Off-Broadway play. Taking place mostly in an Indian restaurant, a young Manhattan chef played by Aasif Mandvi (The Internship and Spider-Man 2) rediscovers his passion for life by making Indian food. The film mostly has a Bollywood cast and has been played at the Mumbai Indian Film Festival and the Palm Springs International Film Festival where it won the “Best of the Fest” award.

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Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 25 (Interview with Trench 11 Director Leo Scherman)

by Logan Myerz

Halloween is around the corner and the horror genre is making a giant comeback with many independent films being released to larger theaters across the world. From the general consensus, horror is here to stay with many films and TV Shows using nostalgic elements to draw the audience in and never let them go. What makes these types of films compelling is the thought process, direction, practical effects, and originality. As a huge fan of this genre, I also really appreciate newer concepts and incorporating factual events into a film that will set itself apart from other movies that play it safe.

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