from 13 February 2017 (applicable to 2020): Continue reading the day of the valentine
From my heart to yours, a Thanksgiving tradition ’round these parts… Continue reading happy turkey day!
Another week bites the dust in the October Horror Movie Challenge, bolstered by a trip to Chicago for the 10th annual Music Box of Horrors at the historic Music Box Theater. Several more views under the belt and I’m now a handful of films away from meeting the minimum challenge requirements. Read on! Continue reading OHMC 2014 – Week Two: A Music Box of Horrors
Want your own copy of Hidden Horror? OF COURSE YOU DO.
Continue reading OHMC 2014 HIDDEN HORROR GIVEAWAY! (100th POST!!)
Hello! I’ve been away again, shame shame. But I bring good tidings, and a couple of short reviews for you all. Huttah! Continue reading The John Ford Blogathon and a Small Handful of Other Words
See, this is how it works: I lure you all in with the best-of posts, and then toss a grenade of bad films into your lap and run away. Thankfully, there were only ten truly bad (which has a variety of meanings here) first viewing films that I wasted time on in 2013. Whew! Continue reading The Worst of 2013 – Highly NOT Recommended!
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 2,600 times in 2013. If it were a cable car, it would take about 43 trips to carry that many people.
This year is over, and like everyone says at the end of pretty much every year, good riddance. No, that’s not right. It wasn’t a bad year at all! Every year has good and bad things that happen. That’s just par for the course. So what all happened this year and what were the great new things and what were the not-so-great things? Let’s review! Continue reading The Best (and Worst) of 2013!
2013 is almost over. Thank maude, because while this year had a bang-up beginning, it’s looking to end with a whimper. Onward and upward. November is when many folks in the United States celebrate Thanksgiving, on a late Thursday in the month, although Christmas hovers over everything from about 1 October through the actual holiday itself. So it goes. Continue reading Noirvember and the upcoming holidays
Hello. While I’ve been blogging the October Horror Movie Challenge, I’ve been leaving all personal writing to the wayside. So let me do a quick rundown of everything that’s been happening lately… Continue reading an update