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Hello all!

It has been decided for this site to have a makeover. The site will now be specifically depicting movies, in their realm of criterion collection, classics, cults and craps.

This site was originally viewed to be touching all of entertainment, and sports, but that didn’t take off to where we wanted. The interests are still there, but it is best to limit it to one.

This page now is covered by two people, (Dillon and Jake)  giving in depth writings, vlogs, and podcasts to cover movies. The podcasts will give us the chance to talk about all sorts of entertainment, but within these writings we want to cover all bases from Horror, to indie films.

The “cults craps and classics” will be explored every month. Formerly known as just “Cults and Classics” there had to be another listings for some of these films, as just pure crap.

There will still be biopic posts, with some other content, but primarily it will all be touched upon the artful creation that is film. Our future interests as filmmakers, writers and directors will benefit us both to create this niche.

Cine N Dine will distinguish future movies to see, and perhaps ones not to see. Dillon, our second staff writer will maintain vlogs and post them with in depth looks at what it was we watched for the week. It is exciting to update all of our creativity, and we hope you like it to! Give us a follow!


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Fear, Halloween, Scare, scary, Terror, Trick or Treat

A New Horror Classic That’ll Haunt Your Halloween

Things go bump in the night, and we as people fear what we can’t see.

For some odd reason, we like to be horrified when we know we can come out of it alive! That’s why horror is here for us. Too take us by the back of our necks and shove us over the cliff. Leaving us dangling and traumatized but allowing us to walk away from it alive yet a little damaged.

Here is a horror movie you should be watching on Mischief Night.

Tales Of Halloween! It’s an anthology film that just came out this year and released during the summer at south by Southwest film festival and was released on demand this fall. A film by 10 different directors telling 10 different tales all based in the same nameless town on Halloween. This movie is a masterpiece. Just as nostolgic as Trick R Treat but way more original and dusturbingly brilliant.

  • Tales Of Halloween. Released by The October Society this year , is a anthology film based on a small town that is terrorized in 10 supernatural Tales

    Tales Of Halloween. Released by The October Society this year , is a anthology film based on a small town that is terrorized in 10 supernatural Tales

Tales of Halloween (2015)

There are many segments in this film that’ll suite all horror hounds. From possessed victims getting revenge of serial killers through forces of outer space and super size man eating pumpkins. This movie has retellings of old tales and ghost stories yet it explodes with undeniable new ideas. So please, watch it with some friends at a party or alone in your empty house! Go watch it then thank me for showing you this amazing Halloween classic.

Written By Dillon A. (HorrorJournalist)

Halloween, horror, scary

The Ultimate Blood Curdling Sequel That Is Scarier Than The Original!

imagine being atop a set of a spiraling stairwell that leads you to a ancient darkness with screaming truths. It can be hard for people to imagine terrifying, disturbing things to pop into their lives. We are all creatures of comfort who like to stick what we know .

That’s were movies come in to tell the ugly truth and the spine chilling glory of what can really go on in the dismal deepth of desolation. So you have trouble trying to summon up an idea of where evil comes from eh? Well leave that up to the Writers and Dircters of the world

There have been decades since film was around, nearly century, were visionaries have lead folklores, myths, and ghost stories into the public domain. So, to kick of Halloween this year, we have a list of 5 horror sequels to touch base on! Why the measly sequels you ask? Well, in an industry so over indulged in cruddy remakes and rehashs – it is a sweet breath of crisp air whenever we get a continuation of a movie that we original adore.

Think of the original films of the top of that same dark stairwell looking down. We watch these cinamatic gore feasts and enthralling mysteries and we die inside its poetic realm of madness and we drown in the bloody excitement of axe maniac euphoria. It’s hard enough to make a film, especially in horror, that stands the test of time. But to do it twice ? Bravo.

Let’s sit back, deep under the cozy covers, and hope no one is lurking with piercing preying eyes through the back window as we read on.

  1. Silence Of The Lambs: What?! How could a movie that won so many acasemy awards be a sequel ? That ain’t right is it? Well yes and no. You see Silence of the Lambs is movie based of a novel from the Thomas Harris’ Red Dragon Triolgy, which resolves along detectives solivng grizzly crimes . Manhunter a movie from 1986 was a movie based of the first book in the triology called Red Dragon. It started William Petersen (CSI) and Tom Noonan (House Of The Devil and was a stand alone psychological thriller. It even has a whooping 94% on rotten tomatoes today. Well, this movie was considered amazing……… Until just 5 years later, a movie called Silence Of The Lambs came out! Though it isn’t an official sequel to the movie Manhunter, technically it is the second book inside of the Red Dragon Trilogy. ……Silence Of The Lambs came out in 1991. Brilliantly directed by Jonathan Demme (Philadelphia)   Starring Jody Foster (Panic Room) as sexy and gutsy Detective Clarice. Anthony Hopkins (Bram Stokers Dracula) as Masterful lunatic Hannibal Lecter and Ted Levine (Monk) as the iconic and bizzare Buffalo Bill. This movie racked in acadamy awards, terrified millions and self made an iconic picture that’ll stand the test of time. Not only is Hannibal Lecter an iconic villian right up there with Darth Vader and Michael Myers, but he is an interesting specimen of human darkness, even if he may be fictional. Yes. There was a movie in 2002 called Red Dragon, starring Edward Norton (which has nothing to do with Manhunter)  which is now a seqeul to S.O.T.L. so in weird way this movie is a sequel to itself and a original movie to itself. Yes that’s what I said, as hard as it is to grasp, its true.

So with all that brief history shed, I hope you can appreciate the dedication and iconic glory this film bbrought to the table and next time someone says “sequels suck!” Make sure you let them know not to let Mr. Lecter know what, or else he’ll bite your face off!

Happy Halloween folks.Go out and enjoy some classic horror flicks on this cold autumn evening where the souls lurk. Be safe

Written By Dillon A. (Horror Journalist)