"Cinema" Blogs & Blog Posts

The LondoneerThe Londoneer

Exploration and adventure in London and beyond!

 
P.ViktorP.Viktor

A blog dedicated to writing - poetry and short stories - as well as reviewi...

 
Movies You May Have MissedMovies You May Have Missed

What is your favorite film that NONE of your friends have seen? Tell us! ...

 
Cut Print ReviewCut Print Review

Australian film review site for the latest cinema and DVD releases, film in...

 
battleroyalewithcheesebattleroyalewithcheese

a blog about films and that...

 
Satisfacciones de esclavoSatisfacciones de esclavo

Aproximaciones a esa forma de proporcionarse placer que es la literatura y ...

 


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Dani, recovering from grief after the deaths of her sister and parents, and her boyfriend Christian who wants to break up but doesn't think this is the right time, travel to Sweden with some friends to attend the midsummer celebration at a pagan comm...

The Art Of Storytelling In Business Communications And Public Relations. Techniques For Effective Business Communications. By Chris Owen, Director, UK . It’s time to explore the second of our seven basic plots: tragedy, where the protagonist is a...

“Wait a minute... Wait a minute... you ain’t heard nothin’ yet.” In 1927, Al Jolson spoke those words in The Jazz Singer, marking the end of the silent film age. (Of course, that film also featured Jolson in blackface which unfortunately w...

In 1962, Mel Brooks attended a screening of an abstract animation by Norman McLaren. He overheard an older fellow chattering and complaining through the whole thing. Inspired, Brooks and director Ernest Pintoff created this wonderful short film, "The...

When you’ve visited all the museums and money is tight, going to the movies can be a great option! Screening old classics in small, rustic rooms, an Art House Cinema charges little money for a great cinematic experience. In alphabetic order, we pre...

TVs this year will ship with a new feature called "filmmaker mode," but unlike the last dozen things the display industry has tried to foist on consumers, this one actually matters. It doesn't magically turn your living room into a movie theater, but...

Click to EnlargeThe drive to University Square was, thank goodness, uneventful last night, unlike Christmas Eve, when somebody slammed into the back of my car as I was en route to the annual carol service at Belfast Cathedral.I managed to find a spac...