The Alliance Lately: Issue No. 10

The new thriller “Antebellum” and a mix of all kinds of other films were looked at by the Alliance over the last week. 

Here’s what the MNFCA has been up to lately.

Brian Eggert

At his site Deep Focus Review, Eggert wrote about the new thriller “Antebellum,” as well as 2007’s “Yella” and 1963’s “Charade.”

Kelly Florence and Meg Hafdahl

Florence and Hafdahl’s podcast Horror Rewind reviewed the 2011 “Fright Night” remake.

Joseph Froemming

Froemming’s Joe-Down series took aim at the B-movie “The Money Plane” last week.

Kyle Goethe

At his site, Goethe wrote about 1986’s “Overdrive” and 1977’s animated “Hobbit” picture. Goethe also joined fellow MNFCA member Nicholas Palodichuk for their Kyle & Nick on Film series where they reviewed “Zero Dark Thirty.”

Paul McGuire Grimes

Grimes reviewed the drama “Blackbird” and appeared on Twin Cities Live recently. Additionally, Grimes interviewed Rachel Wood and Miranda July from the new film “Kajillionaire.”

Eric Houston

Houston explored the life and career of Marilyn Monroe for his YouTube channel.

Jeremy Lebens

At The Daily Rotation, Lebens reviewed “Antebellum” and “Lost Girls and Love Hotels.

Matthew Liedke

For his site, Liedke reviewed the drama “The Devil All the Time” and the thriller “Antebellum.”

Nicholas Palodichuk

On the latest episode of the St. Paul Filmcast, Palodichuk spoke with fellow entertainment podcaster Miss Shannan Paul.

Author: Matthew Liedke

I'm a reporter for the Bemidji Pioneer in Minnesota, and I also have a passion for the art of film. This passion led me to start writing about film in 2008. From 2008-2016 I wrote pieces at my own website, After the Movie Reviews. Then, from 2016-May 2018, my write-ups were featured on AreaVoices, a blog network run by Forum Communications Company. Today, I write film reviews and other pieces here on Word Press. More about me: I'm a 2009 graduate of Rainy River College and a 2012 graduate of Minnesota State University in Moorhead. At MSU, I studied journalism and film. Outside of movies, I enjoy sports, video games, anime and craft beers.

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