Sunday, August 14, 2011

Sharing the Blogging Love

Wondering what bloggers have been chatting about this week?

Here is Your Reading and Listening Schedule for Today:

10 am: Episode 57 of the Reel Insight podcast discusses the career of John Cusack.

11 am: In Episode 28 of the Mamo podcast, director Daniel Cockburn stops by to talk about his debut film You Are Here.

12 pm: John lists the Top 10 Horror Movies of the Past Ten Years

1 pm: Yojimbo defends his love for Crash.

2 pm: Red and Nick look at 10 Movie Roles Lady Gaga Could Have Starred ing.

3 pm: Joel thinks Blue Valentine is this generations Kramer vs. Kramer.

4 pm: Mike has a great piece on Frederico Fellini's road to realism.

5 pm: Custard shares his thoughts on Ridley Scott's Alien prequel entitled Promethius.

6 pm: Paolo looks at Kevin Costner's work in JFK.


  1. wow i've never been to frontroomcinema whilst it was still a .blogspot page. that was an interesting old link for a movie that actually sounds like i could get excited by. nice one cs

  2. While I hope Reel Insight makes it to 87 episodes, the John Cusack episode is actually #57

  3. @Toby - Although the link was old I only stumbled upon it recently. Figured others might find it interesting as well.

    @Jess - My bad. Correction has been made. I guess you will have to revisit Cusack again in episode 87. LOL.

  4. yeah that was cool. somehow i hadnt heard the news before. im very excited now of course.

  5. Thanks for the link to AM! :)

  6. @Castor - No problem, sir.

  7. Thanks for the link CS! I'll do a more "review like" post when I get it on blu-ray.

  8. @Joel - I look forward to reading that as well.

  9. Thanks for the link CS. That was a really old post.

    Thanks so much it is alwasy so nice to see my page mentioned here!!

  10. @Custard - Sometimes the old posts deserve a little bit of love as well.

  11. Thank you for the linkage.

  12. @Mike - My pleasure. I saw that you have a Red State review up, I hope to get to it in the next day or so. Thought about attending the screening at the underground but just could not cough up the ticket prices they were asking for.


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