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Cinemit Podcast - Post-Oscar Discussion

Submitted by melissa on March 18, 2014 - 10:41pm


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Brad won last week’s Box Office Breakdown so he gets the rant!

What We Watched

  • Jeremy – Awful Nice, Six Feet Under (Again) and House of Cards (Season 2)
  • Michael – 300: Rise of the Empire, Arrow (Season 2 Episode 15), True Detective (Episode 7), Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D (Episode 14), Blacklist (Episode 15), The Walking Dead (Season 4 Episode 12)
  • Cori – Frozen, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D (Episode 14)
  • Brad – Twisted Tales, Nymphomaniac Vol. 1 and 2, True Detective (Episode 7), The Walking Dead (Season 4 Episode 12)

Making Cents with Cori: Movie Deals of the Week - 3.15.14

Submitted by makingcentsofit on March 15, 2014 - 7:09pm


Happy Pi Day. Or Beware the Ides of March if this doesn't get posted until tomorrow.

Keep an eye on Twitter and Facebook. If a time-sensitive deal comes up before Thursday, I'll share it there so you can grab it.


New Promotions

Cinemark - Print a coupon off Facebook for $1 off any popcorn with the purchase of any Coca-Cola fountain drink. (Expires March 19, 2014)

Edwards Burns Joins the Cast of 'Inside Fighter'

Submitted by melissa on March 15, 2014 - 4:11pm


Closing in on their $150,000 Kickstarter goal, with 4 days left, Inside Fighter, a film by Chance Kelly, just added actor, writer, director and producer Edward Burns to their cast.

"Eddie is a great guy and a tremendous talent who personifies the spirit of success in indie filmmaking. Having him on board is a decisive 10-8 round for Inside Fighter." -- Chance Kelly, Actor/Writer

"As a director I am extremely excited to work with my friend Eddie Burns, who brings integrity and character to this incredible project." -- Jimmy McMillan, Director

Burns joins Jon Huertas from ABC's Castle, Rudy Reyes from HBO's Generation Kill, as well as celebrated actors, Frank Wood and Siobhan Fallon.

SXSW 2014: Melissa's Mini-Review Roundup Volume 2

Submitted by melissa on March 14, 2014 - 8:41am


One is infinite, the other is timeless.

Interview: Director Tim Guinee About His Short Film at SXSW 'One Armed Man'

Submitted by melissa on March 10, 2014 - 12:41pm


As I was waiting in line for the SXXPRESS passes Friday morning, I noticed a familiar face behind me and immediately recognized him from one of my favorite Law & Order episodes where he plays a fantastically smarmy and charismatic man who chooses to act as his own defense at trial. Later, his name popped up as the director of a short film making it's World Premiere at SXSW as part of Texas Shorts and I knew I had to check it out. The versatile actor turned director has a tremendous list of credits in film and television and can most recently be seen in Showtime's Homeland and in NBC's Revolution.

One Armed Man is based on the stage play by Horton Foote of which Guinee starred in a production. With gorgeous cinematography and excellent direction, it's perfectly paced to give you a sense of thrill and anticipation as to what you realize is inevitable.

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