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2018 In Film – Do I Make You Sad? (Tribute)

Another year of film is about to pass, so I did something a bit different to mark the occasion. You’ve probably seen a few tributes like the one shown above, but hopefully you’ll find that this one is a bit more thematic than others. Each song choice, scene, and even some edits plays into a larger theme of what 2018 meant to me as a filmgoer. Also, I purposefully chose 162 films to highlight, which obviously includes movies I haven’t even seen yet, as well as films I didn’t even particularly like. But I know many of you watching did, and I want to celebrate the universal appeal of cinema for everyone. Not just me.

Go on…2018 In Film – Do I Make You Sad? (Tribute)

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Fall Movie Preview 2018 – Cinemaholics Episode #81

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We have an exciting film season ahead of us, so as voted by the listeners, here’s our full preview of what you should be watching this fall. From Damien Chazelle’s Neil Armstrong biopic and Barry Jenkins’s adaptation of the classic James Baldwin novel, to the horror remake antics of Halloween and Suspiria, there’s something for just about everyone to enjoy over the next three months.

Go on…Fall Movie Preview 2018 – Cinemaholics Episode #81

Top 5 Worst Remakes of All Time (Anyway, That’s All I got)

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For our second episode, we’re following up last week’s “best remakes” by discussing the other side of remakes: The Bad Side. We take a little time at the beginning to get to know the hosts a bit more, and then we get into our lists, highlighting the worst remakes of all time. Needless to say, we had some stuff to get off our chests.

We’d love to hear what some of your least favorite remakes are, or what we might have missed, and we’d also love to see your ‘Cinemaholic Bios.’ Comment below and let us know!

Go on…Top 5 Worst Remakes of All Time (Anyway, That’s All I got)

The Ultimate Pixar Halloween Costume

 

This was a blast and a half. On our latest episode of Pixar Live, you guys helped Kayla Savage and me come up with the ultimate Pixar halloween costume. And we’re totally going to do next week’s show dressed as these characters (the winner got an awesome Incredibles shirt, of course).

We broadcast this show on Facebook Live via Super News every Wednesday at 7pm Pacific. And if you tune in and leave an awesome comment, you might win something cool related to Pixar!

The contest is over, but what do you think the ultimate Pixar costume is? We got some great ideas for both Disney and Pixar (a lot of people suggested Nightmare before Christmas). The best suggestions were pretty creative and off the beaten path, so if you have something awesome to contribute, we want to hear it.

Also, Kayla and I are open to your ideas and questions for future episodes. It’s a live show, so audience engagement is always the goal. What do you want to hear us talk about, and are there any Pixar universe secrets you’re dying to hear from us? This is your chance to let us know.

That said, enjoy this week’s show!

Now Conspiring: ‘Burnt’ Review; Halloween Costumes That Should Be Discontinued

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This week on the podcast, we review Burnt, starring Bradley Cooper, and get our feet wet with some movie news. We also unpack some “fun-sized” questions and debate some hallmarks of cinema, such as: is 3D better than 2D?

As always, we read your feedback from last week’s show, deliver our Netflix recommendation of the week, and finish the episode with new movie releases coming to a theater near you.

QUESTION OF THE WEEK: Which Halloween costumes do you think need to stop?

Go on…Now Conspiring: ‘Burnt’ Review; Halloween Costumes That Should Be Discontinued

9 Halloween Movies For People Who Hate Horror Films

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Theodoros II | 25 Halloween Movies For Those Who Can’t Handle Horror Films

So what happens if just the thought of horror movies and graphic scenes of violence make you nearly pass out from the gore and fear? We have the solution to your problem; here are 25 amazing Halloween movies that combine humor with horror in the most joyful, cheerful way possible.

Now this is a list I can get behind. Below are some of the highlights in case you don’t want to go through the whole list. Happy Halloween!

  1. Halloweentown
  2. Corpse Bride
  3. Monster House
  4. Hocus Pocus
  5. Beetlejuice
  6. Paranorman
  7. Frankenweenie
  8. Ghostbusters
  9. Casper

Every Reference in “The Cabin in the Woods”

It’ll probably be years before another movie becomes my favorite choice for Halloween movie night. And Good Bad Flicks does a good job here with pointing out some of the little-known nods in the movie that make it so excellent.

Unfortunately, they don’t get everything right. You’ll notice that some of the references pointed out are a bit of a stretch. And some aren’t mentioned at all. Still, it’s a fun video.

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