Cinapse Weekly Roundup – Second Week of February, 2015


CINAPSE Weekly Roundup – February 14th, 2015
Deluged by the plethora of awesome content the Cinapse family provides each week? Worried you missed something? Never fear, each Saturday our Weekly Roundup will show you a little glimpse of the week’s highlights, our most popular posts, new releases, column updates and anything that has provoked a response from internet trolls on up to insightful feedback and discussion.

THEATRICAL RELEASESGird your loins Cinapsians, 50 Shades of Grey is here! We have a special Riding in Car with Boy(s) podcast from Jordan here, this week with guest Briley Dockery, offering both a male and female perspective on this seat moistening endeavor.

Kinky hanky panky not your thing? Witness spectacular beatings of another fashion with the release of the fantastic Kingsman: The Secret Service. We have a video review as well as two writeups, the first from James, while my thoughts on this gleefully violent and entertaining film can be read here.

FEATURESThis week, Justin takes a look at the films that inspired Tarantino.

A changeup from film but still very much relevant, Ryan gives us some insight on the recently released Lost Themes album from John Carpenter.

COLUMNSThe Two Cents crew is here to take a look at blaxploitation film Across 110th Street.

TV RECAPYay! We’ve got a new Girls recap from Rhea and Victor!

HOME VIDEO RELEASES Plenty on offer in this week’s new releases from Native American feature Winter In the Blood, the latest tale from Joss Whedon with In Your Eyes, biopic Nas: Time is Illmatic, biker movie Beyond the Law, Keira Knightley vehicle Laggies, and a video review of Frankenstein Vs. The Mummy.

We also have two double bill releases from Scream Factory with Vampire’s Kiss/High Spirits and another featuring Love at First Bite/Once Bitten.

“A gin martini, stirred for ten seconds while glancing at an unopened bottle of vermouth”

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Originally harkening from the British Isles, Jon was exiled to Texas back in 2007 to help conceal his identity as a love child of the Queen. Jon has both embraced and been embraced by the wonderful city of Austin, a place which has only further enhanced his interest in film. A regular at SXSW and Fantastic Fest, Jon is also a member of the Austin Film Critics Association and Online Film Critics Society. By day he is a researcher at UT Austin but he also has an involvement with (and deep appreciation for) the local brewing industry. In short, his passions are cinema, science, craft beer and writing about himself in the third person. Twitter: @Texas_Jon