There's not much to say about this, other than it's cool and I like it!
Since I've been wanting to post more in general, I guess this counts, at least compared to not posting anything at all. Have a good weekend! Read more [...]
It's been a looong time since I (or anyone) wrote anything on this blog, but I'm pretty sure that all of the authors have good excuses. I know I do, since I've got some jobs, a kid, and a bunch of stuff to do.
So I think I'll try to just post shorter things, so I don't feel like I need to make huge posts every time I want to add something to the site.
This time around, I wanted to call your attention to the Walk of Life Project, if you've not heard of it before. Basically, a man/mad genius has Read more [...]
I get the impression that this TV show is pretty big in the US, so this review may be superfluous. I only started watching it because it was listed really high on Netflix, and I'd heard some comments about it in Slate. Nevertheless, I thought I'd review it anyhow, since the premise of Cinematic Attic is to simply comment on the idea of "Have you seen anything good lately?"
Briefly put, the series is about two KGB spies who are undercover in the US in the early 1980s. It's got a little bit of Read more [...]
Hello! I think we're officially done with our Atomic Film Fest, but I liked the idea of watching and reviewing a series of movies with a similar theme. So if you have ideas of themes for a future series, please feel free to tell me. I actually did see a few more movies, but they were documentaries, and not terribly interesting or post-worthy.
Not like this BBC special, "The Secret Life of Babies." Angela found it on Netflix and saw the start of it, so we decided to watch the whole thing together. Read more [...]
Hi again! Tonight I want to talk about the remake of the movie I reviewed a few nights ago, On The Beach. This one was made 41 years later, but there are many similarities between the two.
The main premise of the movie is still the same: the northern hemisphere has been destroyed and the fallout is coming down to Australia to kill everyone. Some details are different, though. In this version, it was a war between the US and China, not the USSR. Some of the places in the US where the sub goes Read more [...]
Good evening! I'm taking a break from the Atomic Film Fest to talk about a movie I watched last night called Once Upon A Time In The West. It's pretty great, if you've not seen it.
Actually, I'm not sure why or how I'd not seen of it until just recently, and I don't even think I'd heard of it. I know I've seen How The West Was Won, so maybe I got the titles mixed up or something. I see now it's even at #26 on the IMDB all time list. That's a little bit amazing. So who knows. I do know that I Read more [...]