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Cinemosity 60 – The Maze

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the-mazeThe gang are back for more gossip, bad movies and fun! Things run a little short so Martin and Sharon also review last week’s box office #1 No Good Deed that stars Taraji P. Henson and Idris Elba working their hardest to salvage an appalling script. The movie this week was THE MAZE but there was so little to say about it, it was just crap. It is spoiled for you just to make sure you don’t make the mistake of watching it.

Next week’s movie is CUTIE HONEY, the live-action adaptation of the manga and anime from the icon Go Nagai. The trailer and the movie in full are embedded after the jump. Enjoy! It will certainly be more interesting than The Maze.

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CUTIE HONEY!!!!

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hi8poster_2It Came From the Indies has returned with an interview with Brad Sykes, horror director and producer/director of new horror anthology HI-8. Totally different from other recent horror anthologies like V/H/S and The ABCs of Death, Hi-8 is all about aping the shot on video horror cheapies of the 90′s and early 00′s. The results really are unlike anything else that’s out at the moment, see for yourself after the break where you can watch the trailer and two clips from the film. Martin also talks to Brad about his earlier career and becoming a genre filmmaker in the very odd transitional time of the early 00′s. We saw DVD start to take over and the horror genre at something of a lowpoint after the over-abundance of Scream-esque slashers ended up really draining the genre of its vitality for a while. Check out the Hi-8 Facebook page for festival dates and more.

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Super Repost! The Battery Interview Part 2

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batteryaltposterSo THE BATTERY is out TODAY in North America (09/16/14) and if somehow you have not been convinced to purchase this wonderful film yet hopefully this does the trick. Listen and enjoy, there’s a new It Came From the Indies coming later today.

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the_battery_screamfacTHE BATTERY finally comes to DVD and Blu-ray in the US thanks to the genre specialists at Scream Factory and in anticipation of this release it’s time for a Super Repost! August 2013 Martin talked to writer/director/star Jeremy Gardner and cinematographer Christian Stella about the film and just in case you haven’t been convinced to pick up their movie on Tuesday yet this should convince you. A great talk with two awesome dudes!

Cinemosity 59 – MURDERCYCLE!

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murdercycleJoan Rivers passes away, Brad and Angelina finally tie the knot, and more! Then our movie is Murdercycle which was horrible. Sadly the Murdercycle does not do very much murdering, unless you include the murdering of the time you’ll never get back from watching shit crap.

Next week’s movie is THE MAZE! It’s on Netflix Instant and Amazon Prime Video. Watch or die!

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Cinemosity 58 – Stage Fright

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stage-fright-poster01The VMAs, more divorces, fucked up behavior and rampant douchebaggery are highlighted early on, luckily the movie for this week STAGE FRIGHT was really fun. Gory, funny, full of wacky songs and a very memorable and very METAL bad guy Stage Fright is difficult to dislike unless you’re just a miserable bastard. Seriously, go check out Stage Fright on Netflix it’s a good time.

Next week’s movie is MURDERCYCLE. Yes, two words you always wanted to see combined into one finally happen as a man is fused with his motorcycle and made into a cyborg alien warrior, the MUUUUURRRRRRDEEERRRCYCLE of the title. It’s available via Popcornflix.com where you can stream it in your browser or download the app for Roku boxes or for the Xbox 360. It’s worth the effort, it’s called MURDERCYCLE.

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Cinemosity 57 – Street Dance

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robin_williams_tribute_by_artofwei-d7uxf2xNot the most cheerful episode of Cinemosity this week, folks. We reflect on the sad passing of both Robin Williams and Lauren Bacall. Particularly Robin Williams and his battles with depression and mental illness. If some of the things we say about depression and suicide hit home a little know that you are loved and you will be understood, you are never alone. I wrote this a couple of years ago and hopefully it helps.

So the gossip is full of breakups, Martin ranting AGAIN about a Richard Prior movie and a movie that wasn’t terribly inspiring: STREET DANCE. Go find How She Move instead it’s a vastly superior dance movie.

Hopefully our next episode will be more fun as we take a look at a pretty new film, STAGE FRIGHT which came out earlier this year and just hit Netflix Watch Instantly where a summer theater camp suffers from a crazed killer. It’s got Minnie Driver and Meat Loaf!

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“I’m giving them a taste of the potato salad in Laos… it’s really damn spicy, tastes like fish and might have chicken assholes in it.” – Mattie Do

Mattie Do made history in her ancestral home of Laos by becoming their first ever female film director while also making the country’s first ever horror movie: Chantaly. Mattie followed that up with an extremely successful IndieGoGo campaign for her second film Dearest Sister. What makes Mattie Do such an interesting and important figure is that she is bringing real cultural change to the tiny country of Laos, the equipment purchased from her crowd funding efforts will be made available to all Laos film makers. The long term effects of her efforts could be amazingly important to the country as whole, helping put Laos on the map. As if that’s not enough Mattie Do is also incredibly charming, totally hilarious and a great interview! We really had so much fun talking with her and hearing her come out with such gems as the one quoted above. We love being able to feature female directors being able to fulfill their passion for film and we hope you enjoy and maybe even learn a little by hearing Mattie Do’s story.

Also, as promised we got a screener for THE DROWNSMAN and we give our thoughts on what proved to be an extremely entertaining horror movie in the classic 80′s style.

Next week we talk to Dan Smith who is developing a desert horror film with a strong black female cast unlike anything else that’s out at the moment. Until next week you can learn more about Savage Sistas on the offical website

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