It was just going to be the same kind of reaction post that I do every year, but then something happened. Warren Beatty had been given the wrong envelope. Faye Dunaway thus announced the wrong Best Picture winner. This is insane. Unbelievable. Moonlight is the real Best Picture winner. (more…)
It’s time for me to finally let go of 2016 by officially announcing my top ten films of 2016. I’ve said this multiple times at the beginning of 2017, but I just don’t think 2016 deserves to be known as a bad year for movies. I think it was a bad year for blockbuster films, but at the end of the year there were so many great films to watch. (more…)
Goodbye 2016 and hello there 2017! Another year, another update to the release schedule on I’m Jeffrey Rex. Unlike 2016, there will be no changes to the types of reviews I’m doing in 2017, but at the end of this post I will be revealing my movie-related New Year’s Resolution. (more…)
I used to write these New Year’s Speeches every year, and I really enjoyed doing so. I sort of stopped doing it last year, but I’ve tried to find a way to comment on all of the things that happened this year. I came up with this post, in which I want to talk about the entire year briefly. Film, television, and politics. Good and bad. Hope and dread. So if you don’t want anything political with your movie news, speculation, or discussion, then this isn’t the post for you. (more…)
The end is near! – We’re getting closer and closer to the end of 2016, and I almost don’t believe we’re already in Thanksgiving week. That also means that you might be looking for my best of the year lists for films and television shows.
Of course, I’ve also got my little awards presentation thing again this year. So, let me tell you how I’m going to be doing it this year, and how that way differs from last year’s schedule. (more…)
Change is coming. Detective Comics Saturday has been on hiatus for a little while, and it’s not alone. Testing Television isn’t ‘gone for now’ but it won’t be posted at least once a month anymore. The Collection and Thespians and Filmmakers are getting the Testing Television treatment too. What content is going to be replacing those three post series, you may ask? (more…)
Okay, so, if you read my last news post you may have noticed that I mentioned an event week that I had been preparing for. Well, today I’m letting the cat out of the bag, as it were. Next week – from October 17th until October 23rd – is Harry Potter Week.