Saturday, June 16, 2012

Sharing the Blogger Love

Wondering what bloggers have been chatting about this week?

Here is Your Reading and Listening Schedule for Today:

9 am: Lee and Dan dust off their podcasting microphones and record a new episode of theMidnight Movie Club podcast where they discuss Galaxy Quest.

10 am: The latest episode of The (Title Pending) Movie Podcast talks Prometheus and the Alien franchise.

11 am Sam has a great interview with Chicago Tribune’s film critic Michael Phillips.

12 pm: Andrew has an interesting piece looking at Lists vs. Opinions.

1 pm: SDG’s blog just celebrated its first anniversary, here is his review of Notorious. A Hitchcock film that I shamefully have not gotten around to yet.

2 pm: Andrew already has some early 2013 Oscar predictions for the Sound categories.

3 pm: Sati shares 100 Film Facts about herself.

4 pm: Chip Lary has a surprisingly positive review of Aeon Flux.

5 pm: Murtaza has a nice review of the film Harakiri.

6 pm: The Diverse Film Blog experiences Manhattan for the first time.


  1. How could you have not seen Notorious CS ?? Hope my post convinced you to see it, if you weren't already ??

    Thanks again for linking Sir !! Always a pleasure.

    1. While I have seen most of the big Hitchcock films, there are some such as Notorious and Rebecca that I have yet to see. Having said that, I am slowly working my way through all the Hitchcock films I have not seen yet. This year I have already caught up with: Sabotage, Murder!, The Lady Vanishes, Frenzy, Marnie, and The Trouble with Harry. So I should hit Notorious at some point.

  2. Thank you so much for the link!

  3. Thanks for the link, although I do have to admit I'm surprised that particular post was the one chosen. Was it because of the contrarian view, or just because you happen to think the movie's not that bad, either?

    1. I am always interest in people's views in regards to certain films that are opposite to mine. I did not like Aeon Flux but I found your thoughts on the picture rather interesting. It made me want to revisit the film again to see if my outlook would be different this time around.


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