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Critical Thinking

Actress and well known horror star, Caroline Williams tweeted an article this morning that dovetailed with several previous Cynema posts. Director Brett Ratner called out the dangers of aggregate film score sites like Rotten Tomatoes or the similar Metacritic in an article that devolves into a promo for his upcoming films. You can read it […]

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Suspension of Disbelief in Film Dysmorphia

Sit through this annoying video up until the 5:00 mark. The fan boy “host” in the above video talks in attention deficit tweets with jump cut “hip” editing to spill out his unabashed respect and love for the CGI technique that brought Peter Cushing back from the grave in the latest “Star Wars” installment, “Rogue […]

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Road to Death House Part 4: Open Letter

  Friday. November 11th. Death House is officially done.  Like the 2016 election, it will soon be in the hands of the people to make their decision. Hear my personal views on this film at 22:30 here on Postmortem Radio just published Nov. 8, 2016: HERE Postmortem Radio Episode 016 – Inside the Death House […]

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Crypt TV Launches New Site Crypt Haunt To Connect You With The Best Halloween Attractions Across The Nation

  It’s that amazing time of year, Halloween season. One of the best parts of Halloween are creeping down the scary halls of haunts waiting for something to jump out at you or for someone to grab you. Genre brand Crypt TV is ready to connect you with the biggest and best Halloween attractions and Haunted […]

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Don’t Breathe Pranked Viewers At A Screening Watch It U Snapchat – Here’s How

  ‘Don’t Breathe‘, from director Fede Alverez (Evil Dead) and producer Sam Raimi, has fans eagerly awaiting its August 26th premiere in theaters. Some viewers  got quite a scare when they were invited to an advanced screening at house in downtown LA. On the way out they discovered they were trapped, just like in the […]

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Independence Day: A Landmark Disaster

Cynema is not a film review series. There are plenty of those online. Once in awhile a film comes along that defines everything about my Cynema concept. The latest is Roland Emerich’s two decades later (Why? That’s addressed later) sequel, Independence Day: Resurgence. It’s hands down one of the worst films of the last five […]

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