The Cinefessions Podcast – Episode 51 – The Complete Saw Series: Saw II (2005)

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Welcome to the 51st episode of The Cinefessions Podcast! This week, Branden, Ashe, and Marc continue the Complete Saw Series arc with a review of Saw II from 2005. They also discuss some changes to #CSSC5, which kicks off in June! Subscribe to the Show on iTunes , Android, and now on Google Play! You…


Star Trek Essentials, Volume 20

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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…


Cinefessions Video Review – Is HorrorPack Worth the Price?

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IF you’ve been following our YouTube page, you’ll know that I have been subscribed to HorrorPack since February. Today, four months and 16 Blu-rays later, I evaluate if HorrorPack has been worth the price of admission. Make sure you like, comment, and subscribe to our YouTube page so you don’t miss any of our videos!…


The Cinefessions Podcast – Episode 50 – The Complete Saw Series: Saw (2004)

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Welcome to the 50th episode of The Cinefessions Podcast! This is a big milestone for us here at Cinefessions, and we want to make sure we thank every one of you for listening to our podcast week in and week out. We are excited for the next 50 episodes! This week, Branden, Ashe, and Marc…


The Cinefessions Podcast – Episode 49 – The Criminally Underrated: Rock & Rule (1983)

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Welcome to episode 49 of The Cinefessions Podcast! Today, Branden, Ashe, and Marc conclude the Criminally Underrated Arc. Today’s film is the listener choice pick, suggested by Ashe: Rock & Rule from 1983. Subscribe to the Show on iTunes , Android, and now on Google Play! You can follow along with the Criminally Underrated Arc in multiple ways….


Star Trek Essentials, Volume 19

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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…


Movie Review – Ashe Collins on Captain America: Civil War (2016)

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Title: Captain America: Civil War (2016) Directors: Anthony Russo and Joe Russo Runtime: 147 minutes — Following up a somewhat disappointing Avengers: Age of Ultron that tried to cram too much set-up to the point where it interfered with the actual Ultron story they were trying to tell, Captain America: Civil War kind of goes…