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Step into the arena with WAFCA and BFCA film critic Travis Hopson as he and DC's finest take a slightly different look at the latest from Hollywood. Get even more Cinema Royale content, including more interviews and special giveaways, by signing up for the "Premium" podcast at www.cinemaroyaleshow.com!

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One's a star-studded ensemble crime thriller about a drug dealing lawyer; the other a contemplative character study about one man's fight for survival in the high seas. On this week's episode of Cinema Royale we take a look at two very... more

The Oscar race is here, and on this week's show we'll look at the film many have already declared this year's Best Picture winner, Steve McQueen's 12 Years A Slave! Plus, we sit down with Splice and Cube director Vincenzo Natali to talk... more

Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity has struck a fierce debate amongst critics and audiences alike over its technical accuracy and Oscar chances, but is there a larger, more significant debate that needs to be had? Tim Gordon of the Black... more

She's starred with Bruce Willis, Sylvester Stallone, and Steven Seagal, and now "Scream Queen" Danielle Harris joins Cinema Royale to talk about her fan-favorite career, her love of horror movies, and her latest film, Shiver!

James Cameron called Alfonso Cuaron's ambitious sci-fi epic Gravity the "best space film ever done", and on this week's show explore whether the phenomenal praise is truly deserved. Is it really the game changer many have proclaimed it... more

The Oscar season has begun, and many are predicting Ron Howard's Rush to be a definite contender. But does the Formula One flick starring Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Bruhl have goods to reach the finish line? Plus, we'll take a look at... more

Fan-favorite actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt steps in the arena with Travis Hopson to discuss his directorial debut, the sex addiction comedy Don Jon.

Cinema Royale host Travis Hopson sits down with director Haifaa al-Mansour, whose critically-acclaimed film Wadjda is the first ever by a Saudia Arabian female.

On this week's episode of Cinema Royale, James Wan takes us back into the evil realm known as The Further as we review Insidious Chapter 2! Plus, since we projected our thoughts into the future and handicapped the Best Picture field,... more

Bounty Killer director Henry Saine joins Cinema Royale to talk about his high-octane grindhouse flick starring Matthew Marsden, Eve, Gary Busey, and Christian Pitre!

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