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The Cinefessions Podcast – Episode 77 – Resident Evil Arc – Resident Evil: Extinction (2007)

Welcome to the 77th episode of The Cinefessions Podcast! This week, Branden, Marc, and Ashe continue the Resident Evil Arc with a review of Resident Evil: Extinction (2007). 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…


Star Trek Essentials, Volume 22

Fifty years ago, Gene Roddenberry’s first “wagon train to the stars” began airing on NBC. Star Trek featured a cast of many nationalities, had people of color in important roles, it commented on the social problems of the day disguised in science fiction, and it was the first time we’d seen humanity out in the stars…


Star Trek Essentials, Volume 21

Fifty years ago, Gene Roddenberry’s first “wagon train to the stars” began airing on NBC. Star Trek featured a cast of many nationalities, had people of color in important roles, it commented on the social problems of the day disguised in science fiction, and it was the first time we’d seen humanity out in the stars…


Star Trek Essentials, Volume 20

Fifty years ago, Gene Roddenberry’s first “wagon train to the stars” began airing on NBC. Star Trek featured a cast of many nationalities, had people of color in important roles, it commented on the social problems of the day disguised in science fiction, and it was the first time we’d seen humanity out in the stars…


The Cinefessions Podcast – Episode 49 – The Criminally Underrated: Rock & Rule (1983)

Welcome to episode 49 of The Cinefessions Podcast! Today, Branden, Ashe, and Marc conclude the Criminally Underrated Arc. Today’s film is the listener choice pick, suggested by Ashe: Rock & Rule from 1983. Subscribe to the Show on iTunes , Android, and now on Google Play! You can follow along with the Criminally Underrated Arc in multiple ways….


Star Trek Essentials, Volume 19

Fifty years ago, Gene Roddenberry’s first “wagon train to the stars” began airing on NBC. Star Trek featured a cast of many nationalities, had people of color in important roles, it commented on the social problems of the day disguised in science fiction, and it was the first time we’d seen humanity out in the stars…


Star Trek Essentials, Volume 18

Fifty years ago, Gene Roddenberry’s first “wagon train to the stars” began airing on NBC. Star Trek featured a cast of many nationalities, had people of color in important roles, it commented on the social problems of the day disguised in science fiction, and it was the first time we’d seen humanity out in the stars…