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The Movie Geeks speak with director Alex R. Johnson, whose new film Two Step is now available on VOD. Plus, discussions on the recent premieres at Telluride and Vencie Film Festivals (including Steve Jobs and Spotlight), an assessment on the legacy of horror filmmaker Wes Craven, and reviews of both new and classic releases (including A Walk in the Woods, Mistress America, and Johnny Guitar).
Join Rick Vaicisu,The Flyway Film Festival Director and Rex Sikes discussing what's new at the upcoming 8th Fest in Pepin, Wisconsin. October 21-25, 2015. Flyway showcases top-notch emerging filmmakers from across the globe. Flyway has won accolades from industry pros, filmmakers, and audiences.Opening night film is The Driftless Area, starring John Hawkes, Zooey Deschanel, and Anton Yelchin. World premieres at the festival are Pictures of Lily, by British director Mark Banks; Remittance, by Patrick Daly and Joel Fendelman, and Second Honeymoon, by Dutch filmmaker Kristjan Knigge. There are workshops and mentor sessions with industry experts Seed&Spark's Erica Anderson, King is a Fink's Julie Keck and Jessica King, location manager Charlotte Ariss, and filmmakers Emily Ting (It's AlreadyTomorrow in Hong Kong) and Norah Shapiro (Miss Tibet: Beauty in Exile). Ted Hope and Brian Newman, will be around to chat with attendees. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, and more at http://www.rexsikes.com Visit and subscribe to Rex Sikes' Movie Beat Blog at http://www.RexSikesMovieBeat.me for articles and more about our industry.
Listen to my Reviews of Carol, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2, The Night Before, Secret in Their Eyes, Legend.
Movie Reviews from Joanna Langfield The Movie Minute.
The Movie Geeks reveal their thoughts on Black Mass, Me, Earl and the Dying Girl, Everest and Goodnight Mommy, review the latest movie headlines, explore celebrity involvement in the convention circuit, and discuss the greatest sequences in the films of Stanley Kubrick.
In this episode of Black Geek Movie Talk we'll be talking about "Crimson Peak" written and directed by dark fantasy master, Guillermo del Toro. Mia Wasikowska plays a young woman swept away from all that's familiar to a desolate English country estate. In the lonely, decaying house she'll discover secrets too horrible to mention here. Tom Hiddleston, Jessica Chastain and Charlie Hunnam round out the cast of this gothic horror story. Tune in today at 1:30 PM PST to see if this highly stylized thriller is worth your hard earned money. Or if you should skip it and just rewatch Tim Burton's "Sleepy Hollow" for the 99th time.
Tune in for this special edition of Black Geek Movie Talk on Saturday, Oct 31 @ 3:30 PSTas we review some of the best & worst scary movies of 2015!
Philippe Petit thinks of his tightrope performances as art. Taking on a high-wire task himself, Robert Zemeckis, retelling Petit’s most famous walk, creates his own art, with a 3D mastery that is nothing but depth defying and beautifully sweat provoking.
Yes, this is the story of Petit’s notorious walk between the just built towers of New York City’s World Trade Center. Joseph Gordon-Levitt, balancing the Frenchman’s arrogance and lithe charm, plays the ambitious stuntman and much of the early part of the film focuses on how Petit learned his craft and then, collected the people and plans to help him, almost literally and certainly illegally, walk on air. All of this is handled with a light grace, along with a few comic moments. We know we’re all building up to ‘the walk’, a feat every viewer knows was actually accomplished. So how does Zemeckis grab us? It’s visual. And what visual.
A mass appeal movie that proclaims it’s going to ‘science the shit out of this’? Go figure: this genuinely thrilling sci-fi thriller about smart people is also sensational entertainment.
Ridley Scott’s savvy spin on the best selling novel begins as a team of astronauts high tail it off of Mars, escaping an impending dust storm. One of their own has been killed in the evacuation and the long ride home is sad and sober. What they don’t know is that the man they left behind, their friend, is actually very much alive.
The Movie Geeks review the latest film releases, including Straight Outta Compton, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., and Cop Car, and discuss the latest movie headlines, the death of the new golden age of television, the casting choices that almost were, John Wayne, Elvis Presley and Donald Trump.
Nancy Meyer's The Intern is really the appropriate title for this chapter of the great looking sweet story comedies this filmmaker has been deliveringfor years.
Mississippi Grind the gambling road movie, starring Ryan Reynoldsand Ben Mendelsohn. Both actors are terrific, but after a promising start, this road trip goes nowhere.
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