Memento (2000)

NOTE: This review was written for the Cinema Parrot Disco‘s IMDB Top 250 Challenge which is working its way through the top rated movies on IMDB. The review was originally posted on the Cinema Parrot Disco site on February 3rd. Head over there to read other guest reviews and join the challenge. There’s an old…

Trollhunter (2010)

In 1999 the found-footage genre burst onto the movie scene with the release of The Blair Witch Project. For the last 15 years the genre has been a bastion for cheap horror films which use pseudo-realism as a substitute for well-crafted suspense. Recently the Paranormal Activity series has carried the flag for the genre with five films including prequels, sequels,…

Sin City (2005)

NOTE: This review was written for the Cinema Parrot Disco‘s IMDB Top 250 Challenge which is working its way through the top rated movies on IMDB. The review was originally posted on the Cinema Parrot Disco site on Tuesday, August 19th. Head over there to read other guest reviews and join the challenge. Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez’s creation is the…

Guest Review: Sin City (2005)

Flashback/Backslide joined the Cinema Parrot Disco‘s IMDB Top 250 Challenge this week which is working its way through the top rated movies on that site. Head over to CPD to read my review of Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez’s visual wonder Sin City (2005). And make sure to sign up to join the challenge and review one of…

Social Media Explosion: Redux

After a drawn-out internet education process, Flashback/Backslide has finally established a social media presence with accounts on Facebook, Twitter, and Bloglovin’ as promised months ago (it was an education nearly as difficult Carey Mulligan’s. Hopefully this experiment won’t leave me scorned like it did her). You can click on the images below to transport to the…

Blogger Awards: Taking a Virtual Bow

It took about a year for me to go from the thinking-about-blogging stage to the haphazardly-stumbling-through-the-blogging-world stage (I haven’t yet gone through the learn-how-to-hyphenate stage). Having anyone read my posts at all means a lot to me, so when I received one, then two awards, I was floored. Thank you so much Amy and Cara…