Tag: 1986

The Cinefessions Podcast – Episode 129 – A Complete Psycho Arc – Psycho III (1986)

Welcome to episode 129 of The Cinefessions Podcast! Today, Marc, Branden, and Ashe continue the Complete Psycho Arc with a review of Psycho III (1986)! Do you want to be a part of The Cinefessions Podcast? Well now you can be by leaving us a voicemail at 1-302-448-TALK (8255). If you have any questions, comments,…


13 Days of Halloween: Day 8 – Chris Ranson on Deadly Friend (1986)

Title: Deadly Friend (1986) Director: Wes Craven Runtime: 91 minutes — It would seem I had a mad dash weekend of Wes Craven films, and sometimes you just need that in life. Sadly, none of the last few were really worth talking about, and one was a terrible film (The Hills Have Eyes Part II). I…


A Lifetime of Film: Ashe’s Top Ten from 1986

A Lifetime of Film covers one specific year of a Cinefessions’ writers existence, from birth to now, and goes over their top ten films from that year. It stems from a meme on Letterboxd, and is simply being expanded upon here. This week, Ashe covers 1986. I’ve admittedly seen a lot of films in my lifetime,…


Film Swappers #5: The Girl Next Door (2007)/April Fool’s Day (1986)

Welcome to Film Swappers, where Chris and Branden force the other person to watch any movie of their choosing. The only rules are that the films chosen have to be ones that the other person hasn’t already seen, and they must be watched and reviewed. Film Swappers #5 The Girl Next Door (2007) and April Fool’s Day…


Movie Review – Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer (1986)

Title: Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer Runtime: 83 minutes Director: John McNaughton — This is the first time I’ve seen this film from start to finish, and I won’t soon forget it. It’s far from perfect – the acting outside the three leads is questionable at best – but the script is actually smarter…


30-Day Horror Challenge – Day 20 – Creature Features

“The rules are simple, just pick your favorite horror film for each day! However, you can’t pick the same horror film more [than] once. So once you pick say THE EXORCIST for your favorite horror film involving the powers of Hell, you can’t [pick] it again for any other day [whatsoever,] including favorite horror film.”…