I’m trying something brand new this time, and posting a quick video review about some of the flicks I saw. This took me a while to edit, and I apologize greatly about the images looking stretched. Not quite sure how to fix that yet, but I’m still learning. Feedback is always appreciated, so let me know what you think.
I love movies and I enjoy writing about them too. They both go pretty much hand in hand with each other and it's fun to discover new classics.
I co host the podcasts The Film Pasture, ScreenTrax, and soon Cinema Recall. While also contributing reviews and articles to other great sites when I can.
Hello dear and loyal readers. I’ve been doing this blog for a while and have very much enjoyed my time in writing up different reviews and articles, but as of lately. I have not been writing as much … Continue reading →
Hello Gang One of my most recent reviews over at That Moment In is on the art house drama, A Portrait of a Lady on Fire. Which I’m kind of surprised was not the name of a sequel to Stephen … Continue reading →
I’m very proud of this episode of Cinema Recall. Friend and guest of the show Chris Revill of Let’s Chat podcast joined me to discuss our love of The Muppets. We discuss our favorite movies, characters and even our … Continue reading →
Now that the Oscars are finished I can post this short article that says all of my predictions and the actual outcome. Was I right in any of my picks, well lets see. ****NOTE**** Many of the nominations are not … Continue reading →
So not too long ago, I was on Twitter and I noticed an independent filmmaker named Marina Galdino plugging her production company Mayhem Film Kreations (https://www.mayhemfilmkreations.com/). I went on to her site and watched the short Witch Hour right away. … Continue reading →
On this episode, I was joined by film critics Ryan L. Terry and Ashleigh Burnell(Links are listed inside the actual show notes) to discuss in great detail why Showgirls is a cult classic. Is Nomi Malone(Elizabeth Berkely) a horrible … Continue reading →
I am never good at posting reviews and articles when they seem to be relevant. This post about the Oscars should have been done weeks ago when the nominees were first announced. I did write up something for another … Continue reading →
Hello Gang. Since we are on the last month of 2019 and this being the last year before we hit another decade. I thought it would be a good idea to list my 50 favorite movies from the last … Continue reading →
I love a good women getting back at men for their sexism story and this one was pretty damn good because it was based on a true story. It has good performances from the cast but something was lacking. Find … Continue reading →
It’s hard to belive it but yes I still have a blog and occasionally do post stuff on here. It’s just I have been very very busy these last few months putting up more content for Cinema Recall podcast, Getting … Continue reading →
I have to agree with you on Rebecca. I read the book on which the movie was based. The movie basically trimmed a lot of fat from the book basically to fit the movie into a reasonable runtime, and the movie’s pacing really suffered for it. Personally, I really felt Laurence Olivier and Joan Fontaine really lacked onscreen chemistry, which I guess would make sense for a couple that married after knowing each other for all of two days.
Kudos on experimenting with a different form of content delivery. I suspect cutting that together took a while. I’ve been trying to teach myself how to use the Audacity program to some day produce a Dog Farm podcast, but I can already see that producing a podcast to my satisfaction is going to be ridiculously time consuming.
You may know this already, but you can use Google Hangouts On Air to broadcast live on YouTube. Once you’ve finished, it automatically archives to your YouTube channel. I only just discovered this while playing around with Google Hangouts for the Dog Farm Virtual Drive-In.
Nasen75. Thank you very much for the comments. Im glad that Hitchcock got an Oscar for one of his movies. I just wished it was for a better one is all.
Brandon. Editing anything is always a problem and Im still learning how to use it. Thanks again for the comments. I would love to help edit one of your podcasts if you wanna start one.
Great work, Vern. Especially in your commentary on Snowpiercer; I completely agree. Swinton steals Snowpiercer, and the direction is stellar. Allison Pill’s scene is definitely terrific.
Swinton had a good year with this Grand Budapest Hotel and Only Lovers Left Alive. My love for her can only get better. Thanks for the comment
Thanks for sharing your opinions, I’ve only seen a couple of the movies. The blossoming romance in Rebecca didn’t feel particularly romantic. Maxim de Winter is not especially likeable, yet due to circumstance Rebecca is naively drawn to him. I think she was in love “with the idea of being in love”. I agree it isn’t one of Hitchcock’s best.
Thanls for reading Chris. I do appreciate it