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(OUR SECOND SHARK THEMED ENTRY!!!)
As we all know, I watch a SHIT ton of movies that would be appropriate for SHITFEST 2013, so it was difficult to decide how to go about preparing my entry. Take something old from my site? Watch something terrible that I would never blog about on my site? (Hey, it could happen!) Or just watch something entirely new that I wasn’t familiar with?
Since last weeks interview was so popular I thought I'd try it out again. This time Misty from Cinema Schminema answered a few questions for me and I thought it would be fun to share them with you this fine Tuesday morning. Hope you enjoy!!
Thanks Misty!!! Don't forget to visit Misty's site…
By Misty Layne
you don't understand
it's so beautiful when you smile
how someone can love you without asking anything in return
and when we spend time together
(it's rare, I know)
lost together in the same dream
trust doesn't come easy
and time passes us by
but one day you must
in whispered secrets
unspoken words finally formed…
I sought Death.
Death isn’t an easy fellow to find, not if you’re trying, that is. If you’re not expecting him, he’ll surely come knocking at your door but for me he was elusive.
I’d been searching for him since I was a child. I admit he scared me, but he utterly fascinated me all the same. Death was exotic and unknown.
What will YOU be doing Thursday at 10 PM EST? I know what I'll be doing - speaking on Geek Soul Brother's podcast about "Women in Geek Media"! It's my first time on a podcast and I'm really excited (and nervous but shhh! don't tell anyone!).
“In honor of Women’s History Month, Geek Soul Brother Live! presents Two Women’s Panels to focus on ‘Women in Geek Media’ – Scheduled Tuesday and Thursday, March 12th and 14th at 10 PM EST.
True Lies (1994)
I don’t remember the first time I watched this movie but I remember watching this movie about a million times with my mother (who had a crush on Schwarzenegger, lol). This was probably one of my first ever true action movies because I was more into fantasy and dramas when I was a kid. I loved the fact that Eliza Dushku was about my age and totally angsty.
Here is the first installment of TAKE 5, in which I ask for folks to give me five things to fill a criteria in no particular order. Here, I will Take 5 movies you are embarrassed to say you have not seen. I got a nice collection of folks to answer, some who are bloggers, some who are not; some who elaborated, and some who did not.
A ballet dancer wins the lead in "Swan Lake" and is perfect for the role of the delicate White Swan - Princess Odette - but slowly loses her mind as she becomes more and more like Odile, the Black Swan.
We all love film. And when it comes to our favorites, we always like to watch special editions like The Director's Cut or The Extended Cut or The 25th Anniversary Three More Seconds Added Cut.
Today we're proud to announce the arrival of a new kind of cut - THE BLOGGERS'S CUT - presented by Chris from filmhipster and Eric from
Misty Layne is a fantastic person who you might know from CinemaSchminema. She reviews all kinds of movies, though most have names like Alice in Murderland, Thankskilling and Killer School Girls from Outer Space. Those reviews not only make the website unique, but their honest, casual nature makes CinemaSchminema one of my favorite review sites out there, even though I haven't seen half the movies she's review.