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DVD Review – Chris Ranson on Haunted House on Sorority Row (2014)

Title: Haunted House on Sorority Row (2014) Director: Henrique Couto Runtime: 81 minutes — “A fledgling sorority moves into a dilapidated house only to find something evil is lurking in the shadows. Is it an elaborate hazing ritual? Or is something sinister – something paranormal – behind the mental and physical assault?” While the film’s…


Capsule Review – Branden Chowen on Bunni (2013)

The Cinefessions crew loves sharing their opinions on films, but not every movie can get the attention it deserves with a full review. Enter the Cinefessions’ Capsule Reviews. These capsule reviews cover five of the most important aspects of a film, which allow the crew to deliver their opinions on any movie clearly, decisively, and…


DVD Review – Chris Ranson on Murder University (2012)

I’d never heard of Murder University before it arrived in my mailbox. It is possible that I saw the DVD at the store, but I’m sure I would have just glanced over it like I do many indie horror outings that I have never heard of. With that being said, I am so happy to…


DVD Review – Chris Ranson on Horror Stories (2012)

If paranormal films and ‘80s slasher revivals are the current trend for the horror genre, the short story compilation is the next trend right around the corner, and it is already booming. With the likes of V/H/S and the ABC’s of Death being two main projects, and both have already inspired sequels. It’s no surprise…


DVD Review – Chris Ranson on Caesar and Otto’s Deadly Xmas (2012)

Sometimes a film has such a unique title and great cover that it makes you want to see it. With that in mind, I was excited when I received Caesar and Otto’s Deadly Xmas to review. I hadn’t heard of the film before, or the duo, but it looked like it would be entertaining. Boy,…


DVD Review – Chris Ranson on Scream Park (2012)

The horror genre has really changed in my thirty years of viewership. The current trend seems to be possession films, but I’ll be honest, the ‘80s slashers were always my favorite. I’m really digging the current revival we are getting, and the throwback films are a lot of fun. Scream Park is the latest film…


DVD Review – Chris Ranson on Rabid Love (2013)

I never know what to expect from low budget horror films but when I heard I was reviewing Rabid Love, I had to watch the trailer. I was pumped because it looked like a lot of fun. Outside of that trailer, though, I couldn’t find much information on the film besides the cover art, which…