Sometimes watching multiple movies a day in addition to reading about movies, and thinking about movies, and editing a magazine about movies, can leave you a little overwhelmed by movies. I think it’s normal for people who immerse themselves in
This edition of the link post (as I will casually refer to it) is, sadly, a bit late. Let’s pretend it’s because of “the holiday weekend” and not because “I forgot what day of the week it was,” shall we? First off,
I’ve always wondered what it was like for the first, the original, Hitchcock audiences. To be at the front of the line for Psycho and experience all its twisty glory completely unspoiled… I always imagine that to be something magical; sit
This past week found my Google Reader chock full of earthly delights… Like Chris Hemsworth 8 times over at MNPP. OK, enough of that (delicious) silliness. This next one is actually from last week, but I had to share it. It’s entitled R
There’s a lot going on over here at Paracinema central. Tweets filled with links and contest directions and a slew of other info have become common over the past week. So here’s the haps. In the 11th hour we decided to throw our hat in th
While we spent most of this past week with our noses pressed firmly to the grindstone, or, as we call it, issue 16, we somehow found time to read online. Here are some of our favorites. This first link may not be overtly film related, but it’s
I read too many fantastic, maddening, awesome, illuminating things this week. For the sake of brevity I have to narrow it down to 5. Popcorn and Sticky Floors has one of my favorite tributes to Ray Bradbury. Our good pal and past contributor, Brain S
Up first this week is Devin’s take on why John Carter was massacred by the press… and Battleship slipped silently into the ocean. There’s a Donald Sutherland lovefest over at Popshifer. It’s an extensive run through his ’
This week seemed to start off slow. And then for a day and a half (man, it felt like an eternity) the internet became fixated on the news that G.I. Joe: Retaliation would see a 2013 release. My favorite take on the Joe news came from Veidt.com. Which
This week saw decidedly less Avengers chatter. I still want to see it again though. Badass Digest has the Paul Williams Still Alive trailer. I want to see this doc. Bad. Total Film chatted with Idris Elba. Personally, I’d rather hear him talk a
Ever listen to Coast to Coast AM? Do you have even a passing familiarity with False Flags or moon cities? Even if you have no clue what I’m talking about, and think you couldn’t care less, Conspiracy Cinema by David Ray Carter is an illum
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