Every year, I like to hold a month of reader requested film reviews. I always have a blast expanding my horizons and taking on movies that I might have never covered on my own.
I know it’s a little early as my Reader Request month is generally held in March but I wanted to get a head start in case something unusual is requested and I need time to track it down.
Update: Comments are closed. Please vote in the poll!
Time to get my readers involved once again! I’ve had reader request months for individual films but this time I am asking you to help choose a theme for the entire month of November!
There’s a video knocking around the internet that purports to tell the story of a century of cinema (1915-2015) by showing the best shots of each year. Naturally, there are some issues with the silent era. The main one: booooooooooooring!
I’m here to ask for a bit of help. We have a mystery fragment of celluloid film on our hands and I am hoping you will be able to assist in identification. Get on your deerstalker caps, your oversized magnifying glasses and other detective paraphernalia, we are going sleuthing!
Now that we have concluded the Silent Sherlock Holmes theme month, it’s time to vote for our favorites. Join me in choosing the best Sherlock Holmes elements of the silent era.
It’s hard to believe but I am rapidly approaching my 250th silent film review! As you may recall, I asked for your feedback in choosing my 200th review and Ben-Hur was the victor. For this milestone review, I am once again asking you to help me choose which film I will be covering.
Last week, I asked my readers to vote in a poll to determined which movie would be covered as a my 200th review. The participation has been excellent and I want to thank each and every one of you for your vote. Here are the results:
Greetings, fellow silent film fans! I have some exciting news. Well, exciting to me. In just a little while, I will be posting my 200th silent film review. It’s a significant number and I wanted to do something special.