Saturday, March 17, 2012

Spring Schedule Update

Well my loyal readers, you may have noticed that today is St. Patrick's Day and I am just now making my first post in the month of March. On top of this I only made two posts in February. The reason for this is that I got swamped with both school work and my job. To make matters worse, I had gotten behind over my winter break and still never caught up from it. The good news is that I have slowly but surely been watching movies when I have the time. My classes are just about over so in the next few days I will be returning to posting over my spring break. The bad news is that I still have movies I saw in December to discuss!  I am sure you all have been waiting with bated breath to read my insights on the cinematic genius that is Home Alone 2: Lost in New York... which I will get to as soon as I finish my only remaining final project.

So here's the deal: Over the next couple of weeks I am going to try to get caught up on all the movies I have seen since December. I am going to aim for daily posts, or at least posts every other day. My goal is to get back on my regular schedule of Tales from the Archives posts on Thursdays and weekly wrap-ups on Sundays by the time my classes start up again. Depending on my class/work schedule I may change those days but still plan on having two posts each week once I finally get all caught up. I'll make a short announcement regarding that in early April.

And to give a long term schedule up-date, my Tales from the Archives posts won't last forever. The reason for this is simply because the schedules in the "Movie Church" calendars stopped about half-way through 1929. I left off with mid-November of 1928 so don't worry, there is still plenty of material to get through. But once I finish my Tales from the Archives posts I'll have shared on this blog all the movie related materials I discovered while helping out at that archives last summer. When this happens, which won't be for awhile, Thursdays will go back to being my day for posts on any topic relating to film. In the past I discussed everything from remakes I want to see to the reconstruction of the lost film, London After Midnight. To give you a taste of what is to come, some ideas I have for future topics are football players who became actors, biopics I want to see, great American movies that were received no Oscar nominations, film locations I have visited, and much more! If anybody has ideas for topics they would like to see me tackle, please leave a comment.
Hopefully my next post will be very soon!


  1. I look forward to more posts - I'm especially interested to read about film locations you've visited and great American movies that are Oscar-less.


  2. Thanks Andrew, it's good to hear from you again. I'm looking forward to getting back in the swing of things very soon!

  3. Sounds cool, looking forward to more posts.

  4. Thanks Jack! I got a couple of posts up today with more coming very soon.