REVIEW: GET OUT (2017) by Ashley Davis

Anticipation:   3/5    I haven’t seen any trailers for GET OUT. The most I’ve seen is an image of one of the characters crying in a close-up. Everyone is buzzing about it, and I honestly haven’t heard a bad thing. I want to see what the hype is all about. Plus, I’m a huge fan…

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PODCAST: KONG: SKULL ISLAND + GODZILLA (2014) ATLANTICSC S02E04

This week, #AtlanticSC covers KONG: SKULL ISLAND and GODZILLA (2014)! We know we’re a week behind on everyone (3 years for Godzilla!), but we don’t care because of reasons. The films star a huge fucking ape and a giant fucking lizard. Budweiser is in there too. Lastly, we aren’t alone this week because we’re accompanied…

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PODCAST: LOGAN AtlanticSC S02E03

Because #AtlanticSC continuously needs to promote itself as a fresh new podcast to be reckoned with, Jason and Lee chose to do like everyone else and have a discussion about LOGAN, the latest film in the X-Men universe, and Hugh Jackman and Sir Patrick Stewart’s last incarnations of Logan and Professor Charles Xavier, respectively. Enjoy…

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PODCAST: John Wick Chapter 2 AtlanticSC S02E02

This week, Jason and Lee discuss JOHN WICK CHAPTER 2 and all the action, stunts and world-building therein. The film stars the man, the myth, and the legend himself… Peter Stormare.  By the way, Jason screwed up again… he used his cell phone to text during the recording, so at around the one hour mark,…

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PODCAST: AtlanticSC Ep.12 Doctor Strange

For Episode 12: Doctor Strange, Jason and Lee are accompanied by the guy who wrote the #AtlanticSC theme song, Jason Beaulieu. Doctor Strange is directed by Scott Derrickson and stars Michael Stuhlbarg and Benjamin Bratt. We also discuss two very important documentaries Incarcerating US, and Ava Duvernay’s 13th, and new features The Light Between Oceans and Tom Ford’s…

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REVIEW: Doctor Strange (2016) by Jason Michael

Anticipation:  3/5  In the HBO produced Talking Funny, Chris Rock explains that audiences “want the same thing, but different” when it comes to their entertainment. Since its inception, Marvel Studios has definitely come to exploit that. I haven’t hidden that superhero fatigue has started to settle in my bitter, jaded self. But, I like Benedict…

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REVIEW: Hacksaw Ridge (2016) by David Hart

Anticipation:     3.5/5     As I thought about seeing Hacksaw Ridge, there were a few things that made me feel good about it, and a few things that didn’t. First, the good. Andrew Garfield in a starring role. I remember seeing him in The Social Network and thinking that he would be a big…

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Film Grains: De Palma (2015) by David Hart

Anticipation:   2.5/5  So, my Brian De Palma viewing is lacking, I will admit.  If I had seen more of his movies (Dressed to Kill, Sisters, Carrie, Carlito’s Way, Scarface, Body Double, The Untouchables), I would have been much more excited. But I will say this, he is one of the more interesting filmmakers out there….

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REEL Table Talks Podcast Episode 4 – Star Trek

We love film and movies as much as you do! Be sure to subscribe, rate and leave comments! Film Faculty thanks you for your support! Film Faculty contributors Jason Beaulieu and Carrie Lynn have a round table discussion about Star Trek hosted by Jason Michael (@Film_Faculty). Speakers discuss the following topics: Pick your question: Introduction 1) Star…

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Film Grains: John Wick (2014)

Anticipation 3/5  Can the movie deliver, or was the trailer just a good short film… Final Verdict 4/5 Nothing new in terms of plot, but the action delivers impressive blows! The story is nothing new. Keanu Reeves plays John Wick, a retired gun-for-hire whose wife has just died of cancer. She bequeaths a puppy to…

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