The Guest List: Silver Screen Serenade

Joseph over at the fantastic Cinema Monster was awesome enough to let me contribute to his Guest List, where I wrote about my top ten Marvel/DC film supervillains. Give it a looksee! And if you don’t already follow The Cinema Monster, DO IT. It really is an excellent blog 🙂

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Another Friday is upon us…you know what that means don’t you? It’s time for another kick-ass edition of The Guest List! This week I am fortunate enough to have Cara from Silver Screen Serenade contribute her very own top 10 to the segment! If you don’t already subscribe/follow to her site, I highly suggest you do so…right after you read her incredible top 10!

If you’re interested in submitting your very own top 10 to the segment, here’s how! By the way, I’m still waiting on a lot of you to send a post over, so if you can, throw an e mail my way letting me know when I can expect it by.

All you need to do is shoot me an e mail ( with your name, website info (if you have one), and the topic you have chosen for your top 10. If I like what I…

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The Night of the Doctor

Okay, Doctor Who nerds–I couldn’t help myself. The BBC released a mini-episode earlier today entitled The Night of the Doctor, which vaguely explains the origins of John Hurt’s “War Doctor.” Very, very interesting…Also some help from Eighth Doctor Paul McGann. Check it out! The Day of the Doctor 50th anniversary special is nearly upon us (Nov. 23)!

Thor: The Dark World: one of Marvel’s best yet


Can I make a confession? As a nerd, I feel kind of guilty saying this, but…I don’t love the first Thor film. I think Chris Hemsworth does a solid job as the title Norse god/superhero, and Tom Hiddleston, of course, absolutely eats up the role of Thor’s angsty, mischievous brother, Loki, but I feel that the film as a whole is very meh. So my first impression of Thor was not dazzling. However, after Continue reading

NOOOOvember 2013: The Village


So far, Gary Lee from With a Friend Like Gary has shared his frustrations about the original Carrie, Eric Isaacs from The IPC has vented about Prometheus, and I’ve expressed my disappointment for a couple of films, too (Quantum of Solace and X-Men: The Last Stand). You can view all of these in the NOOOOvember 2013 Archives. But now it’s time to add one more letdown to those archives: M. Night Shyamalan’s The Village. Continue reading