TCM Presents the TCM Classic Film Festival: Special Home Edition

In a continued effort to promote movie fans staying home and promoting “flattening the curve,” Turner Classic Movies (TCM) presents the TCM Classic Film Festival: Special Home Edition, a celebration of TCM Classic Film Festival movies and moments from the past decade that fans can enjoy from the comfort of their homes.

Since this year’s TCM Classic Film Festival in Hollywood was cancelled to ensure the health and safety of fans, this special remote edition of the Festival will feature 24 hours a day of Festival films, TCM Hosts, and special guests.

Tune in beginning Thursday, April 16th at 8pm EST, through Sunday, April 19th on the TCM channel.

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FilmRise Wants You To Stay Safe And Cozy Inside And Enjoy Free Streaming Titles

In this new frontier of self-quarantine and sheltering in place, streaming TV has become a must in providing some much-needed comfort and distraction while we’re indoors and staying safe. FilmRise is happy to help with its selection of nostalgic and comforting TV shows streaming for free.

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A Message for Readers for the Holidays

The holidays can be a joyous time, a time where we can celebrate our year and be with our families. We pig out, we indulge in gifts, and we also reflect on our successes and failures. But for many it can be a very tough time. It’s a time where we still grieving the ones we’ve lost, are reminded of those we love that couldn’t be here to enjoy the holidays with us. For those people out there that don’t see the holidays as a joyous time and think they need some serious help, we know how it feels.

There’s absolutely no shame in getting help and seeking counseling from a professional in times of great stress and or pain. Especially when you have to endure Christmas, and or Hanukkah. It’s okay to not be happy during the holidays, it’s okay to be in pain and it’s okay to admit that you need help, and you need help from someone who can remind you that life is worth living and this too, shall pass.

No matter what happens in your life, you deserve good health. You deserve to have peace of mind. You matter. You’re wanted. People care about you. Most of all, you’re not alone. Not in the world, and not in suffering.

If you’re contemplating suicide please consider the Suicide Prevention Hotline, right now.

Happy holidays, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Kwanzaa, Fun Festivus for the Rest of Us, and Happy New Year!

Thanks for another wonderful year from Cinema Crazed.

Usher in Halloween with “You’ve Got Red on You 2020”!

Last year we gave you “Laid to Rest” actor Nick Principe, director Gigi Saul Guerrero, and a bunch of great folks who looks amazing playing with blood and being mischievous.

This year, to raise up the bar, we got you cult icon Tiffany Shepis (Tales of Halloween, Tromeo & Juliet, Killer Kate, and so many more), Mia Paige (Tiffany’s daughter, Model Hunger, Tales of Halloween), groundbreaking director/actor Adam Green (Hatchet series, Holliston, …), the one and only Arwen (no last name necessary, like Cher, but it really is Green, cute pup, superstar, #cultofarwen), and Heather Murphy (Black Devil Doll, social media darling).

Of course, a few of last year’s favorites are also coming back including Jamie Farthing, Tomas Navarro, and Mr. Ghost.

Last year’s debut calendar was carried at Dark Delicacies in Burbank and online in various locations, this year’s is available online as a pre-order with physical shops coming soon!

Be sure to pre-order your calendar here or by contacting @emybphoto on Instagram (we’ll direct you to the right place to make your order).

The calendars and any extra prints ordered will ship at the end of October 2019.

Come join in the fun and order a perfect gift from the Great Pumpkin!

September is Suicide Prevention Month

Here on Cinema Crazed, we consider ourselves an entertainment blog that celebrates and dissects film and pop culture, but we’re also advocates for mental health. Mental Health is often dismissed as a trivial health problem and is often stigmatized or looked down on in society. There’s no shame in getting help and seeking professional counseling from someone in times of great stress and or pain. With the rates of suicide rising over the years, it’s more essential than ever to seek psychological help.

No matter what happens in your life, you deserve good health. You deserve to have peace of mind. You matter. You’re wanted. People care about you. Most of all, you’re not alone. Not in the world, and not in suffering.

If you’re contemplating suicide please consider the Suicide Prevention Hotline, right now. You deserve to live a full life.

Just a Reminder That You Matter

Here on Cinema Crazed, we consider ourselves an entertainment blog that celebrates and dissects film and pop culture, but we’re also advocates for mental health.

Mental Health is still often dismissed as a trivial health problem and is often stigmatized or looked down on in society. There’s no shame in getting help and seeking professional counseling from someone in times of great stress and or pain.

With the rates of suicide rising over the years, it’s more essential than ever to seek psychological help.

No matter what happens in your life, you deserve good health. You deserve to have peace of mind. You matter. You’re wanted. People care about you. Most of all, you’re not alone. Not in the world, and not in suffering.

If you’re contemplating suicide please consider the Suicide Prevention Hotline, right now. Give them a call. You deserve to live a full life.

Cinema Crazed Writers Felix Vasquez and Phil Hall Nominated for Rondos

The yearly Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards Ballot was released to the public on Thursday February 28th. “Since 2002, the Rondos have been fandom’s only classic horror awards — decided by fans, for fans.”

Among the many esteemed nominees are Cinema Crazed founder Felix Vasquez Jr. for BEST COLUMN and his work “TV Terrors,” his monthly column on Bloody Disgusting.

Co-editor and writer Phil Hall is also nominated for BEST BOOK and his acclaimed “THE WEIRDEST MOVIE EVER MADE: The Patterson-Gimlin Bigfoot Film.”

We’re very honored to be among the list of horror and genre based authors, writers, artists, and publications.

To VOTE on the Rondo Ballot Be Sure to Click Here.

To Read “TV Terrors,” Be sure to visit Bloody Disgusting.

To Buy “The Weirdest Movie Ever Made,” You Can Click Here.

Thanks to the Rondo Hatton Awards for the nominations!

Reminder: You Matter, You are Wanted

Here on Cinema Crazed, we consider ourselves an entertainment blog that celebrates and dissects film and pop culture, but we’re also advocates for mental health.

Mental Health is still often dismissed as a trivial health problem and is often stigmatized or looked down on in society. There’s no shame in getting help and seeking professional counseling from someone in times of great stress and or pain.

With the rates of suicide rising over the years, it’s more essential than ever to seek psychological help.

No matter what happens in your life, you deserve good health. You deserve to have peace of mind. You matter. You’re wanted. People care about you. Most of all, you’re not alone. Not in the world, and not in suffering.

If you’re contemplating suicide please consider the Suicide Prevention Hotline, right now. You deserve to live a full life.