This post is part of the 4th Annual British Invaders Blogathon, hosted by Terry at A Shroud of Thoughts. Read the rest of the jolly good posts in this event HERE! When we think of British actress Glenda Jackson, the … Continue reading British Invaders Blogathon: A Touch of Class (1973)
This post is part of the My Favorite Movie Threesome Blogathon, hosted by Steve at MovieMovieBlogBlog. Read the rest of the posts in this event HERE! Years ago I heard comedian Jerry Seinfeld talk about friendship. He said (and I’m … Continue reading The Dude, Walter, and the Question of Donny
This post is part of the Swashathon: a Blogathon of Swashbuckling Adventure, hosted by Fritzi at Movies Silently. Read the rest of the adventurous posts HERE! The cult TV series Firefly has long been lauded as a brilliant melding of … Continue reading Firefly is a Sci-Fi Western AND a Swashbuckler!
Time for a new blogathon! I am inviting you to write about the workplace in film and television. Films and TV shows featuring workers in offices, factories, restaurants, institutions, you name it, I will accept it! You can be creative … Continue reading Announcing the Workplace in Film & TV Blogathon!
This week is my fifth blogversary! Yay! I thought it would be fun to dig into the archives for one of my most popular posts and see how time has treated it. In November 2012, I posted about what I … Continue reading Revisting My Thoughts on Disney Buying Lucasfilm
My mom, who is disabled, watches a lot of TV now. I am always looking for new shows for her to watch. There are just so many times I can stand re-watching Gossip Girl, so I have resorted to searching … Continue reading Foreign TV Watch: Velvet (Spain)
This post is part of the 3rd Annual SEX! (Now That I Have Your Attention) Blogathon, hosted by Steve at MovieMovieBlogBlog. Read the rest of the sensual posts HERE! The 1992 Mexican film Like Water for Chocolate was based on … Continue reading Food & Magic & Desire: Like Water for Chocolate (1992)
This post is part of the Christopher Plummer Blogathon, hosted by Sean at SeanMunger.com. Read the rest of the posts in this event HERE! SPOILERS: Be advised I can’t discuss this film (and the character voiced by the topic of … Continue reading The Christopher Plummer Blogathon: Up (2009)
This post is part of the Medicine in the Movies Blogathon, hosted by Charlene’s (Mostly) Classic Movie Reviews. Read the rest of the posts in this event HERE! There are many, many film and television adaptations of Gustave Flaubert’s seminal … Continue reading Medicine in the Movies Blogathon: Madame Bovary (1949)
More great posts for Day 3 of our tear-filled blogathon! F for Films reviews the Japanese animated film Grave of the Fireflies, a tragic story of children orphaned by World War II. Love Letters to Old Hollywood finds classic films often … Continue reading The “No, YOU’RE Crying!” Blogathon – Day 3 Recap
This post is part of the “No, YOU’RE Crying!” Blogathon, hosted by ME at Moon in Gemini. Read the rest of the tear-stained posts HERE! I’ll admit it. I’m a crier. I even cry at movies that nobody else cries … Continue reading The “No, YOU’RE Crying!” Blogathon: Contact (1997)
Day 2 of the “No, YOU’RE Crying!” Blogathon is a bit slower than Day 1, but we still have some awesome and emotional posts: Silver Screenings takes on the mother of all mother melodramas, Stella Dallas. Scribblings sniffles for Cyrano … Continue reading The “No, YOU’RE Crying!” Blogathon – Day 2 Recap
It’s a storm, it’s a tsunami, it’s a torrent of tears! Lots of great posts for Day 1 of the “No, YOU’RE Crying!’ Blogathon! Once Upon a Screen reviews one of my mom’s favorite tearjerkers, Penny Serenade. Destroy All Fanboys! … Continue reading The “No, YOU’RE Crying” Blogathon – Day 1 Recap
We’re almost ready to start the “No, YOU’RE CRYING” Blogathon! For those who have already signed up: When your post goes live, leave the URL for your post in the comments section here or under the original announcement post. You may also … Continue reading The “No, YOU’RE Crying” Blogathon Begins Tomorrow!
Setting is of primary importance in a horror film. Usually, we imagine a creepy mansion, or a graveyard, or the basement lair of a serial killer.