Aug/2020

BLOW THE MAN DOWN – Film Review!

by Gumbercules9000 on Mar 20th, 2020

“Blow The Man Down shouldn’t be missed and is one of those diamonds in the rough that exceeds expectations. “

There’s a special little gem hidden inside Amazon’s digital library of movies with their new film Blow The Man Down from filmmakers Danielle Krudy and Bridget Savage Cole. With its darkly dry comedy, fantastic dialogue, and secretly crime-ridden small town in Maine, this feels like a sibling story set in the Coen Bros. universe of Fargo that hits all of the right genre tropes of drama, comedy, and thrills. Blow The Man Down is a unique modern-day noir tale full of great performances and one hell of a murderous yarn.

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Hey guys, Jana here,

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Lionsgate is announcing their planned release of ‘Man Down‘ on March 7. The war thriller will be available in a variety of formats, including Digital HD. ‘Man Down‘ stars Shia LaBeouf, Jai Courtney, Gary Oldman and Kate Mara.

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Hey guys, Jana here,

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Netflix has released a brand new trailer for a new original series titled ‘The Get Down‘. The new series debuts the 13-episode season August 12. It hails from the brilliant mind of writer/director Baz Luhrmann (‘Romeo + Juliet‘, ‘Moulin Rouge‘) who works his magic on the 1977 hip hop scene in New York City. Starring Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Mamoudou Athie, Skylan Brooks, Tremaine Brown Jr., and Giancarlo Esposito.

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Hi, Jana here,

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Nicole Kidman and Hugo Weaving head back to their Aussie roots in ‘Strangerland‘. While neither were born in the country down under, she in Hawaii and he in Nigeria, they were transplanted to the country soon after their birth and Australia is very proud to claim them as natives.

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Hi, Bryan Here….

I recently sat down with the talented and charismatic actor/director/writer/producer, Blayne Weaver at the Angelika Film Center in Dallas. (Sorry about the noisy background.)  We talked about his latest film, ‘The 6 Month Rule‘, Peter Pan (Weaver is the voice of Disney’s Peter Pan), Superman, and much more in this great 25 minute interview.  The ‘6 Month Rule’ is much like the film ‘Swingers’, but for a new generation.  Its romantic comedy plot line strayed from the rest and showed me something a little different than I’m used to.  It was a delight to watch.  Twice.  If ‘The 6 Month Rule is playing near you, go see it.  I think you’ll have fun with the film.  Find out more info by going to their website HERE.  Enjoy the interview.

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WORKING MAN – Film Review!

by Gumbercules9000 on May 4th, 2020

“Working Man is a lovely film that tackles an important subject that is all too real these days. “

An older man looking for peace and work late in his years rediscovers his happiness with a new friend and a worthy cause in the wonderfully made and feel good film Working Man (now streaming on VOD). Film director Robert Jury has perfectly crafted this character-driven drama with a great cast, tight script, and sincere direction that focuses on the working class who have been diminishing as of late while factories in towns across America have been turning off the lights.

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Here is the super spectacular milestone 81st episode of the most fun horror podcast under the MULTI-MEDIA MEN banner called ‘My Bloody Podcast‘, where the show is related to all things HORROR! Here on this new episode, hosts  Bryan Kluger from Boomstick Comics and High Def Digest and Preston Barta of Fresh Fiction and the Denton Record-Chronicle talk about everything we love about horror movies, tv shows, and horror-themed music. Our Feature Presentation this week is all about the 2020 film ‘Eat, Brains, Love‘ with our special guest – director, producer, writer, editor, sandwich maker RODMAN FLENDER.

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DOWNHILL – Film Review!

by Gumbercules9000 on Feb 12th, 2020

“Downhill is highly enjoyable.”

Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Will Ferrell head to the mountains in Austria for a fun ski-vacation with their two kids in Downhill, which is an American remake from the 2014 Swedish film Force Majeure. While being skeptical about this American version is rational and justified, Downhill is different and original enough to stand completely on its own and acts more like a sibling film to the original. Thanks to the writing/directing team of Jim Rash and Nat Faxon (The Way Way Back), Downhill is highly enjoyable and tackles a few family issues in its short-run time of 80 minutes with a brilliant performance from Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

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The Fast Saga Trailer Breakdown and Reaction!

by Gumbercules9000 on Feb 6th, 2020

 

The Fast & Furious movies, or as the studio now wants us to call it: The Fast Saga, has been a rocket ship to the moon of ridiculous for the past decade. Every sequel gets bigger and crazier. We’ve had skyscraper jumping, parachute cars, using a car as a murder weapon, pushing a torpedo on ice with your hand while fighting a submarine, the list goes on forever. Well, what a glorious day it was for me this weekend when a new almost four-minute trailer for the latest Fast Saga Film F9 made its way into these eyeballs. This trailer is more absurd, fun and insane than almost any of the other movies. This crew started stealing blu ray players from trucks and is now “Tarzan-Swinging” a car over a cliff… I can’t get enough of how wild this trailer is. So watch the trailer then check out my scientific breakdown with time stamps.

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THE IRISHMAN – Film Review!

by Gumbercules9000 on Nov 20th, 2019

“The Irishman is a perfect storm of Scorsese mafia films over the years, culminating in what seems like his final act in the genre.”

The story of Jimmy Hoffa, Frank Sheeran, and his mafia syndicate has never been told as flawlessly as new film The Irishman. While it might not be Scorsese’s best film, it’s definitely Scorsese at his absolute best behind the camera as he weaves a multi-decade tale of crime with a myriad of characters that could be considered the greatest mob story ever told. Even at 77 years old, Scorsese has shown no signs of slowing down or shying away from brutality as The Irishman has plenty of.

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Here is the super spectacular, special 60th episode of the most fun horror podcast under the MULTI-MEDIA MEN banner called ‘My Bloody Podcast‘, where the show is related to all things HORROR! Here on this new episode, hosts  Bryan Kluger from Boomstick Comics and High Def Digest and Preston Barta of Fresh Fiction and the Denton Record-Chronicle talk about everything we love about horror movies, tv shows, and horror-themed music. Our favorite friend and co-host James Cole Clay from Fresh Fiction. Our Feature Presentation this week is Quentin Tarantino’s newest motion picture ‘ONCE UPON A TIME IN…HOLLYWOOD‘.

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‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ – 4K UHD Review!

by Gumbercules9000 on Mar 20th, 2019

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(Film Review Portion Written By Audrey Evans)

Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is back, but this time he has a fellowship of web-warriors from other dimensions to save the day. In a market currently flooded with Marvel, one might scoff at the idea that ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse‘ has anything new to offer, but prepare for a fresh spin on this radioactive world. This ‘Spider-Man‘ is hilarious, bold and inclusive. It not only reflects diversity in its artistic approach, but also in its cast of characters – and above anything else, the animation is absolutely unparalleled!

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‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider Verse’ Film Review!

by Gumbercules9000 on Dec 11th, 2018

Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is back, but this time he has a fellowship of web-warriors from other dimensions to save the day. In a market currently flooded with Marvel, one might scoff at the idea that ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse‘ has anything new to offer, but prepare for a fresh spin on this radioactive world. This ‘Spider-Man‘ is hilarious, bold and inclusive. It not only reflects diversity in its artistic approach, but also in its cast of characters – and above anything else, the animation is absolutely unparalleled!  

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‘First Man’ Film Review!

by Gumbercules9000 on Oct 11th, 2018

Director Damien Chazelle has boldly departed from his usual song and dance (‘Whiplash’, ‘La La Land’) for a character study about one of America’s most famous, but equally mysterious heroes: Neil Armstrong (Ryan Gosling). It’s rare to find an individual that hasn’t heard of the moon landing, but ask them about Neil himself? That’s a different story. ‘First Man’ tries to peek behind the helmet into the private life of Apollo 11’s commanding astronaut, but what we ultimately discover about this rocket man is far less interesting than the mission itself. Despite Chazelle’s dedication to his goal, the outcome is a confusingly toned, disconnected and unrevealing biopic that never quite makes a solid landing.

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‘First Man’ Film Review #2!

by Gumbercules9000 on Oct 10th, 2018

Anytime I see a movie about space the technology seems effortless. Even in space disaster movies, the main character is one button or airlock away from safety. The technology and engineering are always #15 on the list of most movies set in space. Even movies like Apollo 13 romanticize space travel to a large degree and gloss over the real work it takes to even get up there. First Man takes a different approach to launch humans into space by making every single aspect of the space program of the 60s be, frankly, terrifying.

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