A while back, I asked my readers to share their silent movie crushes. A great time was had by all and so I decided to revisit our choices and find a way for all of us have a bit of fun our crushes.
Greetings, all! Today, I am asking for your help. I want you to tell me which site features you feel need to make the final cut a little more often.
A little while ago, I ran a survey asking readers to share how many silent films they own (any format) and what moves them to make a purchase. Here are the results:
A while back, I held a survey to see where most of my readers are located and whether they have easy access to silent movie screenings. Here are the results!
It’s poll time again! This time, we’re going to find out how many silent films we watch and own as a group. I know that the survey responses may not exactly describe you but just choose the one that is the closest fit. Have fun!
Last week, I asked my readers to vote in a little poll to determine which types of silent movie music were the most popular. Well, my accountants at PricewaterhouseCoopers have been hard at work, counting the results on adding machines and wearing those cute eye shades.
Okay, this is sheer nosiness on my part but I am kind of curious to know where my readers are from. With that in mind, I made a little poll.
Let’s talk about music, specifically, silent movie music. Few subjects are more controversial than musical accompaniment but this is your chance to voice your opinion with a simple vote.
In my latest poll, I asked everyone to cast their vote and tell me their favorite silent movie flavor. The results are in. Enjoy!
Here’s a question: if you had to decide, what flavor of silent film would you say you enjoy the most? Not the “best” or the most famous but the films that you watch for the sheer pleasure of watching.
Last week, I asked my readers to vote on their favorite non-Hollywood source for silent cinema and I am happy to announce that the results are in.
We haven’t done a for-funsies poll in just ages and so I thought it would be diverting to discuss foreign silent films because we’re not weird enough already.
I asked, you responded and now I have a nice list of options for the November theme month. Thanks to everyone who took the time to share their wonderful suggestions in the comments and on Twitter.
Last week, I asked my readers to vote in a poll to determine the very best silent movie western star. The results are in!
The silent era was simply packed with exciting westerns from beginning to end and now you have a chance to tell me which one was the best!
As you may have noticed, I did a little redecorating. I didn’t actually plan to but while I was previewing a theme, I hit “publish” instead of “preview” and, well, here we are.
A huge thanks to everyone who voted in last week’s poll to determine which silent star recipe I would prepare and taste in March for my Reader Request Month. It’s time to announce the rankings and the overall winner.
As some of you may already know, March is going to be a month of reader requests. You tell me the movies you want me to review and I will select four or five and review them. It’s always fun and a great way to expand my horizons and check out movies I might have otherwise overlooked.
At the end of my Silent Sherlock Holmes theme month, I asked readers to vote on which Holmes performers were the best of the silent era. The results are in and I will be announcing the winners.