FlixChatter Review – AHOCKALYPSE (2018)

Directed By: Wayne Harry Johnson Jr. Written By: Wayne Harry Johnson Jr., Craig Patrick (story by) Runtime: 1 hour 19 minutes Comedy isn't an easy film genre to get right, and horror comedy is even more difficult. Striking a balance can be challenging, and there's a fine line between poking fun at horror tropes and …

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FlixChatter Review: MILE 22 (2018)

When an action film is released late in the summer season, it’s usually a lower budget fare that studios doesn’t want to spend too much money promoting it and the movie itself is not that good. This latest team up between BFFs Marky Mark Wahlberg and Peter Berg definitely falls into those categories. James Silva …

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Indie Filmmaker Spotlight: Michael Driscoll – Q&A on his short films ‘Two Black Coffees’, ‘To The Boats’ & more

Hello everyone! Welcome to a new edition of FlixChatter Interview! Typically I'd do a spotlight on a certain film, whether it's shorts or features, but today we have something special in that I'm showcasing an indie filmmaker and talk about his experience as a filmmaker, as well as highlight some of the projects he's working …

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FlixChatter Review: Crazy Rich Asians (2018)

Ok so first, a confession. Even though my bestie had lent me her book of Kevin Kwan's Crazy Rich Asians over a month ago, telling me to read it before the movie opened, I didn't get a chance to do so. I finally started reading it right after I got home from the advanced screening… and suffice …

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FlixChatter Review – The Meg (2018)

The Meg, short for "megalodon," refers to a massive prehistoric shark dwelling below what scientists initially believed to be the ocean floor. When a team of explorers is trapped in their submarine and at the mercy of the enormous creature, it's up to disgraced deep-sea rescue diver Jonas Taylor (Jason Statham) to save them. On …

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Twin Cities Film Fest Fall Preview Gala 2018 kicks off September 6 w/ special guest Steve Zahn!

The Twin Cities Film Fest is thrilled to announce that acclaimed actor and Minnesota native Steve Zahn will be the recipient of this year's Lifetime Achievement Award, presented each year at the organization's annual Festival Preview Gala which kicks off the new TCFF season. Limited tickets is available here for the Thursday, Sept 6. dinner;  all proceeds go …

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FlixChatter Review: The Darkest Minds (2018)

Director: Jennifer Yuh Nelson Writer: Chad Hodge Running Time: 1h 44min Review by: Vitali Gueron When you think of good movies that were adapted from young adult novels, you should think of The Hunger Games films, the Divergent series and The Maze Runner trilogy. Unfortunately, you should not be thinking of the subpar movie The Darkest Minds, …

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Rental Pick: LOVING VINCENT (2017)

In a story depicted in oil painted animation, a young man comes to the last hometown of painter Vincent van Gogh to deliver the troubled artist's final letter and ends up investigating his final days there. Billed as the world's first fully painted animation feature, naturally each scene is worth framing. It's a gorgeous film …

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