Tag: october

A Cinefessions Video – October 2020 TBR & TBW | The TBW Game is Back…and Kicking My Butt!

It’s officially the Halloween season, and my To Be Read and To Be Watched piles are both stacked high with horror. Also, the TBW Letter & Prompt Game officially kicked my butt this month…check out how in the video below! If you enjoy this video, please consider subscribing to Cinefessions on YouTube!   Branden ChowenBranden…


Movie #124/October Horrorthon #12 – The Brazen Bull (2010)

So I have fallen behind…big time.  There is no way I can write reviews for all of the films I have seen since #123, but I still want to post all of them.  I have some reviews written already, so I will post those first, and then post a catch-up post to follow with all…


Movie #118/October Horrorthon #6 – Splice (2010)

Movie Number- 118 October Horrorthon Number- 6 Title- Splice (2010) Running Time- 104 minutes Director- Vincenzo Natali Writer- Vincenzo Natali (story & screenplay), Antoinette Terry Bryant (story & screenplay) and Doug Taylor (screenplay) Starring- Adrien Brody, Sarah Polley, Delphine Chaneac — Two scientists – Elsa (Sarah Polley) and Clive (Adrien Brody) – are on the…


Movie #117/October Horrorthon #5 – See No Evil (2006)

I had to make a couple more adjustments due to poor quality of downloads.  Doghouse is out, and I will move Human Centipede down the list and watch it once I purchase it on DVD (it came out this week).  I am not sure what I am replacing Doghouse with yet, but I will replace…


Movie #113/October Horrorthon #1 – The Strangers (2008)

Movie Number- 113 October Horrorthon Number- 1 Title- The Strangers (2008) Running Time- 86 minutes Director- Bryan Bertino Writer- Bryan Bertino Starring- Liv Tyler, Scott Speedman — James (Scott Speedman) and Kristin (Liv Tyler) take a trip to James’ parent’s home in a secluded, suburban neighborhood after they attend a friends wedding reception.  It is…


October 2010 Horrorthon Challenge – 31 Horror Films in 31 Days

It should come as no surprise for frequent readers of my blog that horror is my favorite genre, no matter its form (books, movies, etc.).  If I could, I would spend every month watching only horror movies until I have seen every movie I could ever want to.  That will never happen, though, but with…