New releases from several genres have kept MNFCA members busy recently. Reviews have been published on films from the romcom “Marry Me” to the disaster epic “Moonfall.”
On top of reviews, members also conducted interviews with filmmakers and talked about the Academy Award nominations.
Here’s what the Alliance has been up to lately.
On his site, Botten wrote about “Drive My Car,” “Moonfall,” “Jackass Forever,” “Ghosts of the Ozarks,” “A Hero,” “The Worst Person in the World,” “Last Looks,” “Death on the Nile,” “I Want You Back,” “Blacklight” and “Marry Me.”
He also published a post about Oscar nominees he hadn’t reviewed earlier such as “CODA” and “The Power of the Dog.”
Kelly Florence and Meg Hafdahl
On the Horror Rewind podcast, Florence and Hafdahl talked about the series “Ozark” and “Servant,” as well as the “Slumber Party Massacre” remake. They also had a special Valentine’s Day episode about several horror flicks from “Hellraiser” to “Black Phone.”
At his site, Goethe wrote about his most anticipated movies of 2022. He was also joined by fellow MNFCA member Nicholas Palodichuk on the series Kyle and Nick on Film to discuss 2021 movies “The Card Counter,” “The Eyes of Tammy Faye,” “The Lost Daughter” and “Being the Ricardos.” The duo also talked about “Tron” and “The Thing” from 1982, as well as 2009’s “Dead Snow.”
Paul McGuire Grimes
Additionally, Grimes guest-hosted the Feb. 4 episode of Twin Cities Live.
For North Metro TV, Houston continued his series about the Western film genre, producing a video about Gene Autry and Roy Rogers.
For his site, McPherson reviewed “Jackass Forever” and “Moonfall.” He also produced a video essay on the Netflix series “Saturday Morning All-Star Hits” and did an interview with voice actor Rob Paulsen for Twin Cities Geek.