We were a bit delayed in getting our September podcast out, so welcome to Septober! For this (fake) month, we take a look at "American Made." Does it get our "Seal" of approval?
We can't believe it's been over 3 months since our last podcast! But now we're back, and this time we're discussing our favorite Summer Movies of this year.
On June 21, the folks at the CinemATL Podcast shot a pilot for a TV Show called the "CinemATL Show" (clever, huh?). It was basically a 30-minute TV show version of our monthly podcast. We hoped to air the show on TV, but alas the pilot was not picked up to run on TV. This is the UNEDITED audio feed from those lost pilot episodes.
"The Fate of the Furious" is breaking box office records faster than a sub can break through Siberian ice! Join us as we discuss the 8th film in the popular franchise.
We're back, and still in video form! This month, our guest is local filmmaker Chris Tsambis, who also plays in the band Eureka Failure (aka the CinemATL Podcast house band). Join us as we discuss "Kong: Skull Island" and talk about the influence that music has in film.
It's our first video edition of the CinemATL Podcast. Welcome to our new "viewers" and those that have listened in the past. This month, we examine "The LEGO Batman Movie" and discuss how Pop Culture reference can help or harm your script.
4 GOOD THINGS
The sequel to "Blade Runner" has been hailed as a critical success, but what are the 4 best things about it? CinemATL's Michael D Friedman gives his point of view on "Blade Runner 2049." Did he love it as much as the critics?
The Kingsman sequel is here, but does it stack up to the original? Michael D Friedman has 4 GOOD THINGS to say about it!
The third installment in the LEGO movie franchise focuses on the Ninjago line of toys. Is it as good as the first two LEGO movies?
We're a bit late to the game on this one, but "Atomic Blonde" is one of the best films of the summer. Find out why in the newest 4 GOOD THINGS.
The sequel to the really fun 2011 movie "Goon" is now available in the U.S.. Find out what Michael D Friedman thought about "Goon: Last of the Enforcers"
Indie film "Dave Made a Maze" premiered at Slamdance and played at the Atlanta Film Festival. Now, it's playing in theaters and on demand.