Saturday, December 10, 2011

Sharing the Blogging Love

Wondering what bloggers have been chatting about this week?

Here is Your Reading and Listening Schedule for Today:

9 am: Episode 78 of The French Toast Sunday podcast finds the cast answering questions about their personal film tastes and interest.

10 am: In Episode 47 of The Matineecast podcast, Ryan and Leysa talk about the sad and beautiful world of Melancholia.

11 am: Rich pulled together several bloggers, including yours truly, for the fourth edition of his roundtable series. Find out what we had to say on various topics ranging from Oscar predictions to the phasing out of 35MM.

12 pm: Chip Lary revisits the action comedies of the 80’s by watching 48 Hrs..

1 pm: SDG shares his thoughts on both the book and film versions of The Help.

2 pm: Planet of Terror spend time at The Last Circus.

3 pm: Chris was fortunate enough to take in this year’s edition the Tokyo Filmex.

4 pm: Mike wrote a fantastic piece on why movie reviewers should not rely on the hype machine argument when critiquing films.

5 pm: Karen looks at the living artwork that is Twilda Swinton.

6 pm: Alex reviews the latest Pedro Almodóvar film, The Skin I Live In.

Bonus: Episode 230 of the Mamo podcast features special guest Colin Geddes, Midnight Madness programmer of the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).


  1. You did it Again!! Thanks for the Linkage Sir !!

  2. Oh hey, thanks for linking me! Also I missed that new roundtable at Wide Screen World, here I go to check it out!

  3. Thanks for the link, and thanks for all the great suggestions for my Movies by the Numbers posts.

  4. @SDG - My pleasure, sir.

    @Alex - No problem. I am hoping to catch the film at some point this week.

    As for the roundtable, it is a great idea when you think about it. Surprised more blogs do not incorporate a feature like that.

    @Chip Lary - I will try and offer up a few more suggestions soon. Been a bit busy of late with work, etc.

  5. @CS - Thanks, but there's no hurry. I have decided to suspend this category after doing the zero to 50 block. (You can read more here -

    Suggestions for future movies are always welcome, though.


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