Horror Block — November 2014 Unboxing Video!

I’m back with another Horror Block! If you don’t already know, Horror Block is a horror-themed subscription box that’s $20 a month + shipping (with the shipping cost dependent on where you live). For me it totaled out to be just shy of $30. Horror Block is based in Canada and ships their boxes internationally, so the whole world can enjoy them! If you’re thinking about ordering one, do so through one of the ads on the sidebar or the links on these posts and I’ll get a cut!

But don’t just order blindly; Watch the video and find out if Horror Block is right for you! As always, I always appreciate any feedback or suggestions about the videos, so let me know in the comments. Thanks!

I’m on a Podcast — Filmwhys #42 Rashomon and The Guyver

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It’s that time again! Bubbawheat from the superhero-centric Flights, Tights & Movie Nights was kind enough to have me on his show Filmwhys again, but this time on a “real” episode where we go one-on-one about a pair of movies. I think this is my best podcast showing yet, so if you’ve been waiting around this is the one to listen to. (Although I haven’t listened back to it yet, so I reserve the right to change my mind. :P )

We talked about the classic Akira Kurosawa film Rashomon, and the ’90s “classic” The Guyver. Yes, they are two of the most opposite movies you could find, which is why they perfectly represent my love of both ends of the cinematic spectrum. And if you want to be cheeky you could say that thanks to the success of Rashomon opening the doors to foreign cinema in the US, The Guyver (being based on a manga) is partially in its debt! So every time you see a questionable film/TV show based on a Japanese property, feel free to tweet about it with a #ThanksRashomon hashtag! :) Anyway it was a good talk and a lot of fun. I also did not have time to write full reviews — or any reviews, for that matter — of these films, so if want my thoughts you’ll have to listen!

If you want to do that, I’ve embedded it below! If you wanna subscribe to the show or listen on a portable device you can head to iTunes, Stitcher, or PodOmatic (and for convenience’s sake those links will take you right to the respective Filmwhys page on each service). And don’t forget to throw Bubbawheat some love, too! Subscribe to the show if you like it and check out his site!

As always, I love feedback, so if you listen to the show let me know what you think! Thanks for listening!

Horror Block — October 2014 Unboxing Video!

After my love for the first Horror Block I got, I couldn’t stop at just one. So I’m back with another Horror Block! If you don’t already know, Horror Block is a horror-themed subscription box that’s $20 a month + shipping (with the shipping cost dependent on where you live). For me it totaled out to be just shy of $30. Horror Block is based in Canada and ships their boxes internationally, so the whole world can enjoy them! If you’re thinking about ordering one, do so through one of the ads on the sidebar or the links on these posts and I’ll get a cut!

But don’t just order blindly; Watch the video and find out if Horror Block is right for you! As always, I always appreciate any feedback or suggestions about the videos, so let me know in the comments. Thanks!

Horror Block — September 2014 Unboxing Video!

Well, as I thought I might at the end of the last Box of Dread video, I canceled that service. But I still wanted more mystery, so I signed up for Horror Block! Horror Block is another horror-themed subscription box, and it seems to be the more popular and worthwhile choice. It’s $20 a month + shipping, and the shipping cost is dependent on where you live. For me it totaled out to be just shy of $30. Horror Block is based in Canada and ships their boxes internationally, so the whole world can enjoy them!

Was signing up for another subscription box the right choice? Watch the video and find out! And if you have any feedback or suggestions about the videos, let me know in the comments!

I’m on a Podcast! — Filmwhys Extra #15 Batman Quadrilogy

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My 2nd podcast is in the digital can! It went fairly well, although I definitely could have chimed in more. One of these days my nervous jitters will fade away. I hope so, anyway.

As the post title states, the show is Filmwhys, the podcast run by Bubbawheat at Flights, Tights & Movie Nights. This specific episode is an extra one all about the four Batman movies made during the ’80s & ’90s (Batman, Batman Returns, Batman Forever, Batman & Robin). Along for the ride were Jason Soto and The Vern, who both talked and contributed much more than I did!

If you want to listen to the show, I’ve embedded it below! If you wanna listen on a portable device you can head to iTunes, Stitcher, or PodOmatic. And don’t forget to throw Bubbawheat some love and subscribe to the show if you like it!

As always, I love feedback, so if you listen to the show let me know what you think! Is it the general consensus that Batman Returns is good? Sound off like you’ve got a pair!

Thanks for listening!

I’m on a Podcast! — LAMBcast #236: Movies from Our Birth Years

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So I did my first podcast! It went well I thought, even if I completely botched my pitch/description for Bewitched, one of my favorite HK movies ever. I’m so ashamed of myself.

Anyway, if you couldn’t tell from the post title, the show is all about movies from our birth years. I was born in 1981, so I was tasked with coming up with my Top Five Favorites from that year. Everyone else on the show (Jay Cluitt, Dan Heaton, Joel Burman, & Bubbawheat) was born in a different year, too, so there’s a whole lot of movies from the ’70s and ’80s briefly discussed.

If you want to listen to the show, the LAMBcast can be found on iTunes if you search for LAMBcast. Or if you feel like listening to it right here, right now, then click this link and away you’ll go into a magical land of mystery! Or not. Click the link and find out!

And as always, I love feedback, so if you listen to the show let me know what you think! And feel free to tell me I’ve got it all wrong about 1981 or share your thoughts on your Top Five from Your Birth Year, as well!

Thanks for listening!

Box of Dread — September 2014 Unboxing Video!

I’m back with this month’s Box of Dread! For those that don’t know, Box of Dread is a horror-themed subscription box. It’s $20 a month and you get a fun mystery box filled with stuff you hopefully like. I have to say, it’s damn fun to get these in the mail. It feels just like Christmas, except instead of your loved ones expressing their feelings for you through their gift selection, you paid someone to pick random stuff to send to you so you could taste that long-gone feeling of being loved again! There’s nothing sad about that at all! Anyway, enjoy my slightly disgruntled unboxing!

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