Thursday, September 18, 2008

Showing Some Love

Exciting news! Natsukashi has been picked up by! Everyone's favorite nostalgia through film blog is hitting the big time. Check out the podcast I recorded with Rob about a childhood favorite called The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T.

Daniel G., my most frequent commenter and writer of one of my favorite blogs, has done it again. He recently began a feature called Reel Life in which he forces people like me to actually know about the world around me instead of just watching movies. Real life news stories and their feature film potential.

In just twelve days, Caitlin over at 1,416 and Counting reviewed:
Nightmare on Elm Street (Part 1), 2, 3, 4, 5, Freddy's Dead, and Wes Craven's New Nightmare!
Go give her your condolences. We all know that after Dream Warriors, it's a long way down.

Fletch is hosting a blog-a-thon of sorts. The topic? Mr. Bangcock Dangerous, himself. Nicolas Cage's career is taken apart film by film (well, the big ones at least). Blog Cabins is the place to be this week. I wrote a pro-Leaving Las Vegas post which will be featured soon.

And finally, The Film Fiend dares to do something I only talked about: watch Harold. As you all remember, last June saw Harold win the "Best Poster - Worst Movie" award from He Shot Cyrus. Film Fiend took the bullet so we wouldn't have to. Go thank him.

There's some of the stuff that's going on in the blog-o-sphere right now. Go show these guys some love. They keep me motivated and always entertained.


Daniel said...

Thanks, Scott! You sure took the most morose picture from that, haha. We'll see where this feature leads, but I'm excited to find another way to meld movies and reality.

Also, muchas gracias for introducing me to Natsukashi - I have to work on my submission!

Anonymous said...

Awww. That took me twelve days? IT FELT LIKE YEARS. Holy god.

You're good to me, Scott!

Fletch said...

No offense to Scott, Daniel, but Natsukashi was featured on the LAMB on August 6th.

You get a D- for class participation today.


Thanks for the love, Scott, and of course, for participating!