Join us for TERROR TUESDAY on 3/19 for INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS for Terror Tuesday at Alamo Drafthouse Tempe on 3/19

Join us for TERROR TUESDAY on 3/19 for INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS for Terror Tuesday at Alamo Drafthouse Tempe on 3/19

Excited for Us? Join us for Invasion of the Body Snatchers and doppelganger horror fun on March 19th at Alamo Drafthouse Tempe! More »

FILM REVIEW: VELVET BUZZSAW aims for style over substance in would-be art world satire meets horror mash-up

FILM REVIEW: VELVET BUZZSAW aims for style over substance in would-be art world satire meets horror mash-up

There’s no question that writer/director Dan Gilroy has a gift for building suspense and crafting compelling characters. 2014’s Nightcrawler More »

FILM REVIEW: ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ is a Cyberpunk Techno-Marvel with Real Heart

FILM REVIEW: ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ is a Cyberpunk Techno-Marvel with Real Heart

Alita: Battle Angel’ does something remarkable. It is an eye-popping showcase for cutting-edge special effects without falling into the trap of dodgy writing and sub-par acting. More »

FILM REVIEW: FIGHTING WITH MY FAMILY wrestles with heart and determination in finding how far you’ll fight for your dream

FILM REVIEW: FIGHTING WITH MY FAMILY wrestles with heart and determination in finding how far you’ll fight for your dream

There’s a certain love affair that filmmakers have with the concept of pro-wrestling; this passion play of competition that shares much in common with the catharsis of Greek theater More »

PODCAST: Our Favorite Films of 1988: The Year in Film – Cult Following Xtra #2

PODCAST: Our Favorite Films of 1988: The Year in Film – Cult Following Xtra #2

The Cult Following Crew is back with another bonus episode of Cult Following Xtra before we tape Cult Following Episode #96. In this episode of Xtra, we discuss our favorite films from 1988 as we close off 2018 More »

PODCAST: Beards On Breen #1 – Double Down (2005) Spoilercast

PODCAST: Beards On Breen #1 – Double Down (2005) Spoilercast

Adam Rutkowski & Joshua T. Ruth sat down and watched the Neil Breen 2005 film DOUBLE DOWN. They discuss what they experienced. More »

 FILM REVIEW: The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot is a Melancholy Examination of what makes a man versus a myth

FILM REVIEW: The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot is a Melancholy Examination of what makes a man versus a myth

When I was a kid growing up, folk tales were something that you’d hear about growing up, especially those about folk heroes like Paul Bunyan or John Henry. More »

FILM REVIEW: Captain Marvel aims to lay heavy foundation for next phase of Marvel Cinematic Universe at the expense of a compelling origin tale.

FILM REVIEW: Captain Marvel aims to lay heavy foundation for next phase of Marvel Cinematic Universe at the expense of a compelling origin tale.

If there’s a lesson to be learned from the now 20 plus films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, its that the films which succeed the most as standalone films are ... More »

LAS VEGAS and PHOENIX! See Jordan Peele’s US early on March 19th at Tempe Marketplace!

LAS VEGAS and PHOENIX! See Jordan Peele’s US early on March 19th at Tempe Marketplace!

Hey Las Vegas and Phoenix horror fans! Your friends at Cult and Fingerpaint Film want you to be among the first people in the U.S. to see the new doppelganger horror film from the director and writer of GET OUT More »

PODCAST: Beards On Breen #5 – Twisted Pair (2018) SPOILERCAST

PODCAST: Beards On Breen #5 – Twisted Pair (2018) SPOILERCAST

The final episode of Beards on Breen hits Cult Following with Twisted Pair. Doppelgangers, lasers and more, oh my! More »

 

FILM REVIEW: The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part is a rare sequel that improves on its original

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If you would’ve told me back in 2014 that one of the year’s best films would be a licensed animated cartoon based on LEGO construction block toys of most people’s youth, it would’ve been a hard sell. Licensed animated films

FILM REVIEW: VELVET BUZZSAW aims for style over substance in would-be art world satire meets horror mash-up

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There’s no question that writer/director Dan Gilroy has a gift for building suspense and crafting compelling characters. 2014’s Nightcrawler, a tale of a would-be camera-man selling videos of car crashes and mayhem to a struggling local news team, blurred the

Favorite Films of 2018 Countdown – Cult Following #95

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In this episode of Cult Following, we have Victor, Kirby, Joshua and Adam join us for an epic 3-hour mega-episode where each of us breakdown our Top 5 favorite films of the year. Listen as we agonize breaking down the

REVIEW: ‘Bumblebee’ is a Nostalgia-Fueled Delight

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‘Bumblebee’ has succeeded in delivering such a well-realized and satisfying Transformers film that it’s mind-boggling it took six movies to get here. This is not only the best film in the franchise, it’s one of the most joyous film experiences

2018 Holiday & Awards Season Film Reviews and Recap – Cult Following #94

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It’s the thick of the Holiday film season spotlighting several new tentpole franchises and the streaming services are throwing out their big winter picks. Join us this episode as the gang spotlights several awards-season and holiday season must-sees. We have

Fall Movie Season & Black Friday Blu/4K Gift Guide Recap – Cult Following #93

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In this episode of Cult Following, the gang does a deep dive on the current fall season, with reviews of Netflix’s Cam. Ralph Breaks The Internet, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, The Girl in the Spider’s Web, Roma, Suspiria,

Deep Dive: Suspiria: 1977 vs. 2018 – Cult Following Podcast Xtra #1

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In this special bonus episode of Cult Following, join Victor Moreno and Adam Rutkowski as they chat about Luca Guadagnino’s remake of Suspiria in a deep dive and compare it to the Dario Argento 1977 original. Plus, the 2 discuss

Anna and the Apocalypse (2018) Review

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Anna and The Apocalypse Directed by John McPhail https://www.aatafilm.com/ Musicals were once an institute of American cinema but have only found sporadic success during the last half century. Some films might spin integral soundtracks but full on song and dance

The House That Jack Built “The Director’s Cut” (2018) Review

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The House That Jack Built (The Director’s Cut) Directed by Lars Von Trier www.ifcfilms.com/films/the-house-that-jack-built When the first reviews out of the prestigious Cannes Film Festival are “audiences walked out in disgust,” that’s usually the cue to head on in. The

The Possession of Hannah Grace (2018) Review

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The Possession of Hannah Grace Directed by Diederik Van Rooijen www.possessionofhannahgrace.movie/ “The Exorcist” is celebrating its 45th anniversary this year bearing the honorary title of “the scariest film ever made” and without a doubt could also be considered the most

Overlord (2018) Review

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Overlord Directed by Julius Avery https://www.paramount.com/movies/overlord The horrors of war are well known; they’ve been disseminated through top of the day news, harrowing firsthand accounts, battlefield reenactments and demonstrating the immense power of the medium, in the moving pictures and

Halloween Horror Movie Binge, Dismember the Alamo & Halloween (2018) – Cult Following #91

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In this episode of Cult Following, the gang discusses the remake of Halloween (2018), plus Victor discusses programming the Dismember the Alamo horror marathons for the Alamo Drafthouse Phoenix locations. The gang also discusses more underseen Halloween horror such as