An epic-sized look back celebrating the 20th anniversary of Reel Life, the original film review program to feature Dennis Willis, Steve Wagner and Steven Kirk. In this no-holds-barred reunion, the boys dish about producing TV in the 90s, a love of movies, and celebrity interviews gone spectacularly wrong. From kindly mentors to crooked TV execs, [ Read More ]
Flick Nation Radio, Episode 78: Natural Born Critics
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: J.C. Chandor, "All Is Lost"
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Kimberly Peirce, "Carrie"
Flick Nation Radio, Episode 77: There Will be Blood
Exclusive interviews with groundbreaking filmmaker Kimberly Pierce about her remake of Carrie and the legacy of Boys Don’t Cry, J.C. Chandor on directing Robert Redford in All is Lost, independent producer Blu de Golyer talks about his acclaimed fright fest House of Good and Evil. Plus Danny Trejo talks Machete, director John Wells talks about [ Read More ]
MACHETE KILLS (10/11/13; Action) Danny Trejo, Michelle Rodriguez, Sofía Vergara, Amber Heard, Antonio Banderas, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Walton Goggins, William Sadler, Demián Bichir, Mel Gibson SCR: Kyle Ward (Story), Robert Rodriguez, Marcel Rodriguez DIR: Robert Rodriguez MPAA: R for R for strong bloody violence throughout, language and some sexual content. 1 hour 48 mins (Open [ Read More ]
Director Jim Mickle stops by to discuss his buzzy new cannibal thriller We Are What We Are, Alex Winter (Bill & Ted) has directed Downloaded, the definitive doc on the Napster movement. We’ll tell you how to watch the movie for free, and why Napster changed the world forever. Also, David Freedman (Just Seen It) [ Read More ]
Director Alex Winter’s documentary DOWNLOADED recalls the groundbreaking launch of Napster and the legal battles that sank the company. DOWNLOADED focuses on two teenage friends, Shawn Fanning and Sean Parker, who came up with a groundbreaking internet start-up while they were in college, dropped out and moved to northern California to launch their company. [ Read More ]
WE ARE WHAT WE ARE (10/01/13; Horror) Bill Sage, Julia Garner, Ambyr Childers, Kelly McGillis, Odeya Rush, Michael Parks, Wyatt Russell, Nick Damici, Jack Gore SCR: Nick Damici, Jim Mickle; Based on Jorge Michel Grau’s film “Somos lo que hay” DIR: Jim Mickle MPAA: R for disturbing violence, bloody images, some sexuality, nudity, and language. [ Read More ]