Monday, September 13, 2010

Episode 66: Machete and Resident Evil Afterlife 3D

Hello there and welcome to the 66th episode of the Cinema Cafe Podcast, the bi-weekly, twice monthly film podcast by the fans, for the fans. Join us each week as we review new movies releases, look at some dvd's, talk some film news and share our general love for all things cinema. The main goal is to have some fun and hopefully provide the listener with some helpful insight. We are back and the podcasting world is alight once again.

This week we have a treat: it's our 66th episode, which means we've been bringing you "bi-weekly" content for more than a year now. This week we take a look at 2 movies that have been recently released or are on dvd. With that said here's a look at what we discuss on this weeks podcast:

* Machete
* Resident Evil Afterlife 3D
* Look at most anticipated movies coming out in October
* Upcoming movie releases for the weekend of 9.17.10 and 9.24.10

Also, film news and more, only on the Cinema Cafe Podcast. We hope you enjoy and happy movie watching.

Thanks as always to all our loyal listeners for sharing the ride with us as we've reached this milestone for the show. It's all due to your support that we have kept things going and we hope you continue to share the ride with us in the coming months.

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Friday, September 10, 2010

Leftovers - A Capella Inception Trailer

Here's an A Capella version of the Inception trailer. What does that even mean? It means all kinds of funny. Click on the video and check it out. I just want to go around the rest of the day chanting: BRAAAAHMMMM. Enjoy.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Leftovers - The Real Life True Story of What's Going On With M. Night Shyamalan

Ever wonder why you still pay to see an M. Nigh Shyamalan film in the theaters? Plunking down your hard earned money, spending 2 plus hours of your life wondering, "is this the twist? Is the twist that I just wasted 12 bucks and time I'll never get back?" Or better yet, what if all of his films are just an extension of his life, and we're watching the progression of a director gone made. Well think no further, the masterminds behind College Humor have answered all our questions with a wonderful spoof they like to call, No One Likes M. Night Shyamalan. Enjoy.