The Cinefessions Podcast – Episode 47 – The Criminally Underrated: Perfect Blue (1997)

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Welcome to episode 47 of The Cinefessions Podcast! Today, Branden, Ashe, and Marc continue the Criminally Underrated Arc. Today’s film is Ashe’s pick: Perfect Blue from 1997. Subscribe to the Show on iTunes , Android, and now on Google Play! You can follow along with the Criminally Underrated Arc in multiple ways. Most will not be available on…


Star Trek Essentials, Volume 15

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Fifty years ago, Gene Roddenberry’s first “wagon train to the stars” began airing on NBC. Star Trek featured a cast of many nationalities, had people of color in important roles, it commented on the social problems of the day disguised in science fiction, and it was the first time we’d seen humanity out in the stars…


Star Trek Essentials, Volume 14

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Fifty years ago, Gene Roddenberry’s first “wagon train to the stars” began airing on NBC. Star Trek featured a cast of many nationalities, had people of color in important roles, it commented on the social problems of the day disguised in science fiction, and it was the first time we’d seen humanity out in the stars…


A Cinefessions Unboxing: April 2016 HorrorPack

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Today we have another Cinefessions Unboxing video, this time of the April 2016 Blu-ray HorrorPack! If you don’t know what the HorrorPack is, it is a monthly subscription service that sends 4 random horror Blu-rays (or DVDs) to your door every month. You can pay for multiple months in advance for a savings, or go…


The Cinefessions Podcast – Episode 46 – The Criminally Underrated: One Hour Photo (2002)

One Hour Photo

Welcome to episode 46 of The Cinefessions Podcast! Today, Branden, Ashe, and Marc kick-off a brand new Podcast Arc, this time dedicated to those films we feel are criminally underrated. Today’s film is One Hour Photo from 2002. Subscribe to the Show on iTunes or Android! You can follow along with the Criminally Underrated Arc…


Star Trek Essentials, Volume 13

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Fifty years ago, Gene Roddenberry’s first “wagon train to the stars” began airing on NBC. Star Trek featured a cast of many nationalities, had people of color in important roles, it commented on the social problems of the day disguised in science fiction, and it was the first time we’d seen humanity out in the stars…


Star Trek Essentials, Volume 12

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Fifty years ago, Gene Roddenberry’s first “wagon train to the stars” began airing on NBC. Star Trek featured a cast of many nationalities, had people of color in important roles, it commented on the social problems of the day disguised in science fiction, and it was the first time we’d seen humanity out in the stars…