Tag Archives: Cinepocalypse

Cinepocalypse 2019: Interview With ‘Airheads’/’Heathers’ Director Michael Lehmann

This year, Cinepocalypse closed out their festivities with an unlikely choice. The film festival, known for its bloodcurdling entertainment, granted moviegoers with a rare, 35mm presentation of the 1994 comedy, Airheads, in celebration of the film’s 25th anniversary. In attendance was the film’s director, Michael Lehman (Heathers 1988, Because I …

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Cinepocalypse 2019 Review: Ali Mashayekhi’s Short Film ‘One In Two People’

The first film I watched for Cinepocalypse 2019 was Ali Mashayekhi’s One in Two People. As I have stated a few times, I am a fan of shorts. They are my favorite films hands down. However, when I get asked to watch them, more times than not, I have no …

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Cinepocalypse 2019: The Barber Brother’s ‘Go Back’ – Horror Short Review

In my opinion, short films can be a mixed bag, especially when their runtimes are south of fifteen minutes. The shorter end of the short film genre can confuse an audience, making them wondering why there wasn’t more story, while others leave them begging for a feature-length version. The Barber …

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Cinepocalypse 2019 Interview: Joe Bob Briggs

Not only is Joe Bob Briggs an incredible horror icon, he has single handedly brought the horror community together with his return as horror host on The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs, available exclusively on Shudder. I knew I’d be interviewing him for Cinepocalypse 2019, and I’ve done my …

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Cinepocalypse 2019 Review: A Talented Cast Full Of ‘Villains’ (2019)

Ever since Burn Notice and the second season of Fargo, I’ve been waiting for Jeffrey Donovan to get weird. He handled the running/jumping/falling down duties of the show admirably, but the true joy was watching him play the Identity of the Week, which was always some kind of South Florida …

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Cinepocalypse 2019: ‘The Only Thing I Love More Than You Is Ranch Dressing’ (2018) Short Film Review

I’m a sucker for long film titles. It might be a cheap trick to get my eyeballs on a movie, but a long title like The Strange Color of Your Body’s Tears (2013) or Your Vice Is A Locked Room and Only I Have the Key (1972) just sucks me …

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[Cinepocalypse 2018] ‘The Russian Bride’ is A Bloodbath of Massive Proportions!

the russian bride

It’s officially time to wrap up the Cinepocalypse 2018 festival, but it’s been one hell of a ride. Thanks to Cinepocalypse for highlighting so many wonderful artists and their films so that the world can see what they have to offer. Last on our list for Cinepocalypse 2018 is the …

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[Cinepocalypse 2018] ‘Gags’ Review: Scared of Clowns? You Will Be!

gags the clown

Cinepocalypse 2018 is slowly wrapping up. Our second to last film we will be reviewing is Gags. Coulrophobes, beware! I remember hearing about this real life spooky clown that terrorized Wisconsin. It went viral on all social media, and gave good clowns everywhere a bad name. After seeing this film, …

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[Cinepocalypse 2018] ‘Mainline’ Review: Time Travel Ain’t Easy


As someone who desperately wants to revisit the 1990’s and convince my parents not to give their eldest son a bowl cut before his first year of school, I’m just not ready to give up on the possibility of time travel. If there’s one thing to be expected about the …

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[Cinepocalypse 2018] ‘Heavy Trip’ Metal, Grave Robbing, and One Hell of A Journey!

heavy trip

Next up on our films to review for the Cinepocalypse 2018 Festival is Heavy Trip. This one is definitely unlike any other on the lineup and was quite the treat to watch. Read our review and find out why. This unique film is co-directed by Juuso Laatio and Jukka Vidgren. The cast …

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