Monthly Archives: July 2012

These Are My Confessions… (Movie Confession Blogathon)

Myfilmviews.com has started a blogathon covering movie bloggers cinematic sins and I thought it would be interesting to reconsider my movie past. If you are feeling courageous enough to reveal your movie transgressions, feel free to share them below. Here is a link to the original post that I am responding to:  http://bit.ly/NIDJ4t Which classic […]

Director Dissection: Christopher Nolan – Batman Begins (2005)

Director Dissection is a series of posts highlighting a specific director with the intention of reviewing all of their directorial efforts, with the intention of gaining a better understanding of their work as a whole and showcasing their lesser known films. Christopher Nolan, a favorite of mine, is the first in the series and my goal is to […]

Limited Run: Mondo’s Modern Classic Mini-Doc

This year at San Diego Comic-Con, Machinima, a video entertainment network that focuses on video game reviews and news, has released a three part mini documentary focusing on the “renaissance in the poster art movement” that Mondo Tees has ushered in. Its a great profile of a company that loves cinema and the art of […]

Director Dissection: Christopher Nolan – Insomnia (2002)

Director Dissection is a series of posts highlighting a specific director with the intention of reviewing all of their directorial efforts, while hopefully gaining a better understanding of their work as a whole and showcasing their lesser known films. Christopher Nolan, a favorite of mine, is the first in the series and my goal is to get through […]

What the Hell is Day Bow Bow?: The 22 Songs-from-Movies-Challenge

There are certain songs that the second I hear them I can’t help but think about the movie they are in. So, inspired by that, I am offering up a challenge. Below there are 22 songs that I closely correspond with movies which I love. (Ok… maybe not ALL of them, but certainly most of them) Can […]

Director Dissection: Christopher Nolan – Memento (2000)

Director Dissection is a series of posts highlighting a specific director with the intention of reviewing all of their directorial efforts, while gaining a better understanding of their work as a whole and showcasing their lesser known films. Christopher Nolan, a favorite of mine, is the first in the series and my goal is to get through his […]

Queued Up #4: Once Upon A Time in the West (1968)

Queued Up blog posts are movie reviews of films that I watch through Netflix DVD Home Delivery or on Netflix Watch Instantly. Once Upon A Time in the West is available through Netflix DVD Home Delivery. Once Upon A Time in the West. Dir. Sergio Leone. Paramount Pictures, 1968. 165 mins. In 1966 Sergio released the final installment of his “Man with No Name” […]