I need to begin this post on a personal note: as some of you may know from Twitter, my grandfather (92 years old) has passed away this afternoon. I want to say thank you again to everyone who has shared their condolences. It means a lot to me. I’m grateful that my grandpa is no longer in pain, and I’m proud to have called him “gramps”.
Thank you for your love, your sense of humor, and your receding hairline. (Well, two out of three ain’t bad.) If one were to look back on your life, all they would need to see is the large, loving, and close-knit family that you’ve created to understand how successful your life has been. You are already missed, and are forever engrained into our hearts and memories. With all my love, I say goodbye.
This episode is dedicated to the life and memory of my grandfather, Andrew Spiter.
Welcome to episode 4 of Cinefessions, the solo podcast dedicated to the confessions of a cinephile. In Cinefessions, I talk through film reviews, recommendations, and plenty of other things you may not care about. This week on the show, the first ever Cinefessions Movie Marathon continues with a review of Resident Evil: Extinction (2007), the third film in the series. I also ask for listener feedback to help me decide where Cinefessions should go next. Be sure to let your opinion be heard.
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You can listen to the show by clicking play below.
0:00 – 2:29 – Introduction/Listener Feedback
2:30 – 7:07 – Film Review: Resident Evil: Extinction (2007)
7:08 – 9:31 – Once Upon an Instant Queue: Breaking the Code: Behind the Walls of Chris Jericho (2010)