I’ve Been Nominated for ‘The Blog Complainer’s Appreciation Award’

I hate the idea of blowing things out of proportion but bear with me. This is the first time anything like this has happened here. If you've spent enough time exploring the content in the depths of WordPress, then I’m sure you’ve stumbled upon some mention of blogger awards you know: Versatile, Mystery and Sunshine … Continue reading I’ve Been Nominated for ‘The Blog Complainer’s Appreciation Award’

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I’m Back! Big Announcement (31 Spooks of October 2018)

Wow it has been awhile, but it is good to be back. First... sorry to anyone following this site for just going dark for about a month with no explanation why. I figured I'm small and insignificant enough that, no one really is going to care if they're getting posts from me or not but … Continue reading I’m Back! Big Announcement (31 Spooks of October 2018)

Best Popular Film Hot Take: Much Ado About Nothing?

Yesterday I thought I'd watch the Smash Direct and finish my post of Refn's streaming service and that while that was happening no interesting film news would happen. Guess I was wrong... so as you're all aware the Oscars have decided that it's making a few minor changes. Best Popular Film Category? Oscars, you've got … Continue reading Best Popular Film Hot Take: Much Ado About Nothing?

A Film Recommendation From Every Decade: I Bet You’ll Find Something New to Watch

Hello, and welcome to the movies. I like to stay well versed and watch movies good and bad as well as spanning across the entire history of film. Whatever period in film history your film buff repertoire is lacking I got you covered with a recommendation from each decade. I’ve tried to be random, but … Continue reading A Film Recommendation From Every Decade: I Bet You’ll Find Something New to Watch

Remember the Classics: the Brilliance of Cassavetes Camera in “Shadows”

Underneath tall altars looms wide shadows. The monumental presence of traditional Hollywood cinema has long inspired and set the path for many aspiring filmmakers. However, there are filmmakers forging their own, with the willingness to explore uncharted territory. One notable pioneer who trekked beyond the influence of Hollywood is John Cassavetes. Cassavetes directorial debut, Shadows … Continue reading Remember the Classics: the Brilliance of Cassavetes Camera in “Shadows”

Free Burritos!

So the other day a friend of mine alerts me to this email he got, saying that this mexican restaurant ( let's call it Sombrero) is opening a new location within walking distance and they're doing a promotion.  The ad opens: " The first 100 fans in Line At 9AM" First I don't know why but … Continue reading Free Burritos!