Monthly Archives: January 2012

Cheerleading John Carter

Originally published January 20th, 2012 on Battleship Pretension, here. Cheerleading a film has never been part of my film reviews or writing. I see it often as a website or writer buying into the marketing of a massive film and … Continue reading

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Horror: The Anything But Genre

Some may call 2011 a weak year for film, and as any good film fan knows, this is false. It was a weak year for the blockbuster, with hardly a single standout. However, from a different perspective, 2011 was an … Continue reading

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Finding The Soul In Cinema

Cinema has always held a special place in my heart as I am not only able to find pieces of the filmmaker’s soul in their work, but sometimes bits of my own as well. And while being able to identify … Continue reading

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Top Ten Of 2011

10. Attack The Block In 2011, two films paid tribute to Steven Spielberg and his films from the 1980s. It was a huge surprise to me and I am sure many others that the better of the two films was … Continue reading

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