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    ‘Vox Lux’ Review: An Uneven Look At The Making Of A Pop Star

    Michael McKinney
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    As the film opens, a narrator tells us ‘Celeste was born in 1986.’ As the narrator tells us about Celeste’s childhood, we see home movies where Celeste with her sister in matching cowgirl outfits are entertaining their parents with a song and dance. The narrator tells us ‘In the beginning she was kind and full […]

    Sherlock Holmes Review: Fast-Paced Fun With A Touch Of Stephen Fry

    Megan Freels Johnston Talks Female Filmmaker Empowerment

    Mike Phalin
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    Fresh from TBUFF, I noticed a surge in female filmmakers, and the unique perspective they bring to the art of cinema. Perhaps it was coincidence or fate that FanBolt was invited to interview up-and-coming director Megan Freels Johnston. Her film  The Ice Cream Truck, which looks at a horror hidden within the nightmare known as […]

    ‘The Perfect Guy’ Stars Sanaa Lathan and Michael Ealy on Chemistry, Wanting an R-Rating and More

    Event Report: The Winners of 2018’s Tampa Bay Underground Film Festival

    Mike Phalin
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    This past weekend FanBolt attended the 5th annual Tampa Bay Underground Film Festival which consisted of four days of independent cinema ranging from student films, to visually impressive features made on the most modest of budgets. A couple of those projects included Site 22 and NS404 (Provenance), which I’ve covered in the past. As with […]

    Event Report: Dr. Paul Bearer Lives in ‘Hi Noon, Goodbye Dr. Paul’

    ‘Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle’ Review: The Magical Journey of the Man-Cub

    Michael McKinney
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    When the movie opens up Kaa (voiced by Cate Blanchett), the all-knowing boa constrictor tells us that she has seen man bring darkness and chaos to the jungle. We see people running for their lives in the jungle as a mother carries her baby and stumbles to the ground. Suddenly Shere Khan (voiced by Benedict […]

    ‘Sierra Burgess Is a Loser’ Review: A Witty, Fun to Watch Film

    ‘Once Upon A Deadpool’ Screening Passes – Free Passes for Atlanta Screening

    Emma Loggins
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    Live in Atlanta? We’ve got free movie screening passes for you for Once Upon A Deadpool for Tuesday, December 11th! All you need to enter to win tickets is: Leave a comment below saying you want to see the film Like us on Facebook Retweet this Tweet And email us with the subject line: “Once […]

    ‘Pacific Rim Uprising’ Screening Passes – Free Passes for Atlanta Screening

    Atlanta’s Netherworld Announces A Haunted Holiday – A One Night Only Event

    Emma Loggins
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    Just when you thought the season of spooks and scares was over, Netherworld announces A Haunted Holiday! On December 15th, thrill seekers will have the opportunity to celebrate the holidays Netherworld Haunted House style during a very special, one night only exclusive event. Six guests at a time will grab onto a rope and be […]

    A Look Inside Atlanta’s Netherworld Haunted House