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Awkward Cinema with Patrick and MarcGeekyMovie ReviewMoviesVideo

The 7th episode released of “Awkward Cinema with Patrick and Marc”, in which we discuss DreamWorks Animation’s second film in “The Croods” franchise, “The Croods: A New Age” (light spoilers.)

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I’ve always been a sucker for the “ It all takes place in one night” sub-genre of movies. One of the greatest examples of course is Richard Linklater’s coming of age masterpiece Dazed and Confused. The set up for Jeff Roda’s 18 To Party was off to a promising start

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When it was revealed that Alex Winter was granted unconditional support from Zappa’s family and access to all of the content in their infamous vault I knew in my gut that something special had to be in the works and I’m happy to reveal that I was not disappointed. With

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Luz Movie Review
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When it comes to genre cinema, many filmmakers have their own distinct vision and talent. It’s all about taking some creative risks and showcasing your passion on screen for the whole world to see. Another title to add to your list of genre films is the magnificent Luz: The Flower

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Barefoot: The Mark Baumer Story is an extremely important and timely documentary that follows Mark Baumer, an activist, and poet on his journey walking across the country barefoot to bring awareness to climate change. Listen in as I share my thoughts about this amazing documentary from director Julie Sokolow. Synopsis:

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The Atlantic City Story Movie Review
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The Atlantic City Story is a touching tale of two people who have run away to Atlantic City. One to escape her unhappy marriage and the other running away from his life in Philadelphia in hopes of hitting it big at the casino. Listen in as I review this touching

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Diane Lane is PHENOMENAL in this. She delivers such a powerful portrayal of a mother who is dealing with the loss of her son. I am not sure where she was able to channel the raw emotion for many of her scenes. Kevin Costner is Kevin Costner. He is able

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ANTEBELLUM stars Janelle Monáe (Hidden Figures, Moonlight, Harriet), Eric Lange (TV’s “Escape at Dannemora,” “Narcos,” “Lost”), Jena Malone (Contact, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, The Neon Demon), Jack Huston (Kill Your Darlings, American Hustle, Ben-Hur), Kiersey Clemons (Dope, Sweetheart, Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising), and Gabourey Sidibe (Precious: Based on the

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Director Josh Hasty Talks Candy Corn
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Candy Corn Director Josh Hasty joined The Dude Abides Podcast this week. Listen in as we talk about his cult classic in the making film. Josh and I talk about the following: Horror Genre Influences The Filmmaking Process of Candy Corn Casting the Film The Importance of the Horror Community

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Borat Sequel Movie Review
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I know you are reading that title and thinking how the HELL does Borat or his extremely politically incorrect behavior have any possibility of having a heart? Well, it may not be the crux of the film, but it is definitely present between Borat and his daughter, played by Irina

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Fantasia 2020 Minor Premise Review
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Check out the new teaser trailer for Minor Premise. I had the chance to watch this and review it for Fantasia Film Fest. The movie was pretty solid, so check out the trailer above and keep reading for more about the sci-fi thriller. The film is written by Justin Moretto,

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Liam Neeson Honest Thief Movie Review
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Listen in as I review Honest Thief, the latest film from Liam Neeson. Directed by Mark Williams and also stars Kate Walsh, Jeffrey Donovan, Jai Courtney, Anthony Ramos, Robert Patrick, and Jasmine Cephas Jones.  Synopsis: They call him the In and Out Bandit because meticulous thief Tom Carter (Liam Neeson) has

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Listen in as I review A Ghost Waits from director Adam Stoall and starring Macleod Andrews and Natalie Walker. The supernatural romantic comedy had its North American Premiere at Screamfest. Made on an indie (small as shit) budget, but pushed to the max of what could be done with that

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The short film, ZWART, from ScreamFest 2020, reminds you not to give up too much information when you’re doing something online. Oftentimes we get caught up in the lure of the internet and we don’t realize what bad things can happen. It’s directed by Tommie Geraedts and written by Roy

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On the closing night of Nightstream Fest, An Unquiet Grave is set to premiere in a matter of minutes from now. The indie thriller is from Terrence Krey and Christine Nyland. Keep scrolling to check out my audio review of the film.  An Unquiet Grave Synopsis: A year after

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The Tax Collector Blu Review
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I have been spending a lot of my free time watching movies lately. Most of them have been in the genre/horror realm. I decided to mix it up with the recent release The Tax Collector from director David Ayer (Training Day). I liked the movie. The only reasons, Shia Labeouf

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