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A Cinefessions Video – Neo-Noirvember Week Four: Christopher Nolan’s Following (1999) | Criterion Collection Blu-ray Review!

The final week of Neo-Noirvember wraps up with a review of the debut feature from legendary director Christopher Nolan: Following (1999)! If you enjoy this video, please give it a like and consider subscribing on YouTube!   Branden ChowenBranden has been a film fan since he was young, roaming the halls of Blockbuster Video, trying…


A Cinefessions Video – Neo-Noirvember Week Three: The Game (1997) | Criterion Collection Review #Noirvember

Week three of Neo-Noirvember brings a review of The Game (1997) from one of my favorite directors ever, David Fincher! If you enjoy this video, please give it a like and consider subscribing to Cinefessions on YouTube!   Branden ChowenBranden has been a film fan since he was young, roaming the halls of Blockbuster Video,…


A Cinefessions Video – Blu-ray Review: Till Death (2021)

Megan Fox is starring in another direct-to-video release, and this time it’s a home invasion thriller, which is right up my alley! Is this new release any good? Let’s talk about it! If you enjoy this video, please give it a like and consider subscribing to Cinefessions on YouTube!   Branden ChowenBranden has been a…


A Cinefessions Video – Blu-ray Review: Accepted (2006, Mill Creek Entertainment)

Accepted (2006) has landed on Blu-ray for the first time ever, so let’s take a look at what this Mill Creek Entertainment disc has to offer! If you enjoy this video, please consider subscribing to Cinefessions on YouTube!   Branden ChowenBranden has been a film fan since he was young, roaming the halls of Blockbuster…


Blu-ray Review – Twins of Evil (1971)

(Originally Written for Inside Pulse Movies) Hammer Horror is a name that is forever engrained in the hearts and minds of vintage horror fans everywhere. From the classic monster movies of the mid-late 1950s, to the sequel craze of the 1960s, all the way to the erotic turn of the 1970s, Hammer Horror has earned…


Blu-ray Review – Altered States (1980)

(Originally Written for Inside Pulse Movies) If Sheldon Cooper, from television’s The Big Bang Theory, decided to create a film that he thought would be susceptible to mass appeal, Altered States might be the result. It’s an entirely unique film, but one that is so strange and smart that it begins to alienate its audience…