Here you will find the reviews I’ve written so far about David’s films. You’ll also find a link to the David Lean blogathon I hosted.
A continuation of moviemovieblogblog.wordpress.com...More of my thoughts on movies and pop culture
Professor / Author / Feminist
Reviews, rants and film theory. You wanna be a blog like me?
A blog about all things related to James Bond 007
Smart and surprising
Where we're always ready for our close-up.
A personal appreciation of some of the movies that I love
exploits in cinematic shenanigans
Surrealism, Movies, Randomness
PART OF THE OFFICIAL PETER WYNGARDE APPRECIATION SOCIETY
An Ode to the Halcyon Days of Home Video
Exploring Cinematic Diversity
Your online source for Jane Austen & her legacy, historical fiction & romance novels, & period drama
What your view of sports and life would be if you had too many concussions
By Kristen Lopez
Comments on various movies from silent movies up through movies from the sixties
A blog by Peter Anghelides
Movie reviews, security stories, poems, books, song lyrics, music life
Your Home for Vintage Leisure
Formerly Fading, But Not Forgotten 🌸 Zoe Krainik Blogs about Old Hollywood and Genealogy
by John Bengtson "the great detective of silent film locations" New York Times
You're ten seconds from watching an amazing film...
Classics - Victorian, German, Contemporary
exploring as many worlds as possible
Tickets are free and the doors are always open
THE CLASSIC ERA FOR EVERY ERA
One topic. Two friends. Five options.
A Film Diary
From cinematic classics, to goofy guilty pleasures, and everything in between, join me as I review the best and worst of Hollywood. Grab a slice of pizza, pour some wine, and meet me in the living room: We have movies to discuss.
Movies, Comics, Books, Games and Other Things Geeks Love
Inspiration for Classic Cinephiles
Exploits and reviews in the world of film and tv
Horror and Sci-Fi Stuff
A Writer's Blog That's Not.
What I love, and why I love it. Reviews, articles, behind the scenes looks at films
Movie & TV stuff by Mel Neuhaus
"In my heart, I seem to be waiting for something".
Assorted reflections on the indelible Jean Harlow, lovingly curated by Sophia D.
"To waste one second of one's life is a betrayal of one's self! I wonder what's on television?"
Classic Hollywood Film and Lifestyle with a dip into the underside, the seedy and off beat through the eyes of Canadian Writer TERRY SHERWOOD.