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The Cinefessions Podcast – Episode 91 – The Video Game Arc – Super Mario Bros. (1993)

Welcome to the 91st episode of The Cinefessions Podcast! Today we begin a brand new Video Game Arc with a review of Super Mario Bros. (1993), and move on to round twenty-seven of the Besting the Backlog Challenge. Do you want to be a part of The Cinefessions Podcast? Well now you can be by…


The Cinefessions Podcast – Episode 85 – Scream Factory Arc – The Garbage Pail Kids Movie (1987)

Welcome to the 85th episode of The Cinefessions Podcast! This week, Branden, and Marc continue the Scream Factory Arc with a review of The Garbage Pail Kids Movie (1987). Ashe will return to the show in just a few weeks time! Visit Scream Factory to purchase this title, and more! Do you want to be…


Capsule Review – Branden Chowen on Minions (2015)

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…


13 Days of Halloween: Day 1 – Chris Ranson on Goosebumps (2015)

Title: Goosebumps (2015) Director: Rob Letterman Runtime: 103 minutes — I’m going to say it up front: I am a huge Goosebumps fan. Ever since the original books were released, I’ve been buying them. I have read every single one of them at least once, and the original sixty-three titles at least twice. My excitement…


The AniMAYtion Challege – Ashe Collins on The Secret of NIMH (1982)

Welcome to The AniMAYtion Challenge, where Ashe and Branden review one animated film every weekend throughout the month of May. Each film was chosen in draft style, with Ashe recieving the first pick of round one. Today, Ashe Collins selects The Secret of NIMH from 1982. Title: The Secret of NIMH (1982) Director: Don Bluth…


Capsule Review – Chris Ranson on Paddington (2015)

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…


Movie Review – Chris Ranson on Big Hero 6 (2014)

Title: Big Hero 6 (2014) Directors: Don Hall and Chris Williams Runtime: 108 minutes — Welcome to San Fransokyo, an obvious homage to San Francisco and Tokyo. Seeing the hills and the Golden Gate Bridge, animated as they exist in the real world San Francisco, but with a Japanese flair. From the buildings to the…