24 X 36 & The Culture of Modern Movie Collectibles – Cult Following Episode #53


Cult Following is back with an all-new episode looking at recent movie releases and more! In this episode, join Victor Moreno, Kirby Nelson, Joshua T.Ruth and our 4th man on the podcast this week, Jasper Crawford, from The House of Freaks Podcast, as we discuss THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS, a pair of recent Dan Stevens films in COLOSSAL and THE TICKET and the DRAFTHOUSE FILMS documentary WE ARE X, new to Blu Ray this week.

We also talk about ALIEN: COVENANT, 13 REASONS WHY, SING, THE HANDMAID’S TALE, EDGE OF SEVENTEEN, MOANA and PET. Plus a scintillating discussion ala Mr. Skin of Lindsay Lohan’s scantily clad past in films like I KNOW WHO KILLED ME and THE CANYONS.

Finally, we discuss the new movie poster culture documentary 24 X 36 in depth and segue into a discussion about the collectability of movie posters; whether the secondary market should dictate the price of of our pop culture ephemera and how that affects the collectability of everything from VHS tapes, to action figures, statues and more. We also get into what our favorite movie collectibles are and what we like to have in our film collectibles collections. Don’t miss out on this fun new episode!

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Lovecraftian Horror and THE VOID – Cult Following Episode #52


Cult Following is back after an extended hiatus with Episode 52 – and this is an all-new all-different New 52 with new co-host Joshua Ruth joining Victor Moreno and Kirby Nelson! In this episode, we chat about some new releases including Ben Wheatley’s FREEFIRE, Nacho Vigalondo’s COLOSSAL and the live action GHOST IN THE SHELL. We also talk about the genre of Lovecraftian horror and discuss the new film THE VOID in great detail! Check out our new podcast and let us know what you think!

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Review: The Void (2017)

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The Void

Directed by Jeremy Gillespie and Steven Kostanski

From the Great White North enclave known as Astron-6 (“Manborg,” “Father’s Day”) and an extremely successful IndieGoGo campaign is born a horror that is equal parts homage and homegrown madness and while it does not reach the mountains of said mania, it ascends higher than most of its genre compatriots.

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Review: The Fate of The Furious (2017)

The Fate of the Furious

Directed by F. Gary Gray


Another year, another run down the track with “The Fast and Furious” crew in the latest installment of this long running series that is showing some major tread wear but has enough mileage to make it work – though only diehard fans and casual moviegoers need fuel up.

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Review: Ghost in the Shell (2017)


Director Rupert Sanders (Snow White and The Huntsman) directs this loose live action adaptation of Mamoru Oshii’s groundbreaking 1995 cyberpunk anime Ghost in the Shell. An adaptation that invokes the visuals of its source to the exception of the heart and soul behind it, remaining a hollow copy of it at best.

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