Good morning everyone. I’ll skip the pseudo enthusiasm as I’m as tired as most of you are this morning.
But … lets see if these weekly articles can wake us up from our Monday morning rut.
John over at John Likes Movies compiled a nice little list of his Top 10 Seinfeld Episodes.
Thankfully Colin’s Pick ‘N’ Mix Flix has continued to produced interesting material week after week – with (hopefully) a readership that follows his prolific work. Recently her reviewed the new cult centered film, Martha Marcy May Marlene.
As many of you know by now I’m a strong advocate for Ryan McNeil’s MatineeCast (which may be coming to the site soon, news on that later) … Anyways sometime last year I listened to an episode where the guest of the show was quite informative. I failed to look up her site afterwards – but now have seemingly found it. She writes for Row Three and runs her own site (somewhat of a nexus) entitled The Frame. Clearly worth reading.
Alex Withrow from And So It Begins… is a busy guy – but nevertheless found time to check out Shame. He may have been blown away by it.
A great Kevin Spacey and Jack Lemmon performance can be found in the great Glengarry Glen Ross – talking about the underrated gem from the 90s is Big Thoughts From A Small Mind.
Bargains on all things cinematic can be found from Tesco Entertainment. Cheap DVD’s and latest releases all online.
One of my favorite writers on all things cinematic is Eric Kohn. I had the great pleasure to interview him, but his blog – which every devoted writer should read – his called Screen Rush.
Mr. Buckle is putting all us writers to shame by continuously churning out articles at his site Buckle’s Film Emporium.
Cinema is a Constant Visual Feast as Mr. Andrew Crump may say. He reviews Terrence Mallick’s Tree of Life.
Ryan Helms wants to be an actor! For this reason only.
Albert Pujols recently left the St. Louis Cardinals. The Droid You’re Looking For has the most peculiar, yet fascinating piece of the week creating a correlation between his departure from the team and cinema. Check it out.