So I’ve had a few days away from the blog, but not as long as the last time so fear not! Just a little virus slowing me down. Anyway, I’m back and here to continue the ‘Recommended By‘ blogathon with my good buddy Art from Super Reese Bros and his review of Silent Hill: Revelation. Enjoy!!
The latest review in my ‘Recommended By‘ blogathon comes courtesy of Mike from Parlor of Horror. He is here to share his thoughts on the movie Jug Face. Enjoy!!
I finally got around to watching this film which has been in my Netflix queue since I read the review on Written in Blood, 7 MONTHS AGO! I like a lot of the films and books that John, curator of Written in Blood, reviews and I’m glad Tyson set up this Blog-a-thon which gave me the perfect reason to watch Jug Face.
Today we have my favourite husband & wife blogging team offering us their thoughts on a movie for the ‘Recommended By‘ blogathon. Marilyn & Garry Armstrong have been visiting my site since pretty much its inception, and since they don’t like the horror genre, I always appreciate them visiting. Marilyn runs her blog Serendipity and Garry helps her out when he fancies it, and since he has worked with more famous people than the rest of us could ever dream of meeting, when they offer to join in my projects I am always delighted to have them. Without further ado, offering their thoughts on one of the most popular movies of recent times (and great to see them go against the general consensus!) are Marilyn & Garry from Serendipity.
What I have taken the most satisfaction and pride from with my ‘Recommended By‘ blogathon is the few people who have watched & reviewed movies they have seen me write about. I feel honoured even one person reads my site never-mind goes out of their way to watch something based on my recommendation. And that theme continues today as my good friend Al from A Mixed Bag endured a movie I despised…….can’t say I didn’t warn you Al!!
Eddie from Sidekick Reviews is up today in the ‘Recommended By’ blogathon, sharing his thoughts on 13 Sins.
Director: Daniel Stamm
Starring: Mark Webber, Devon Graye, Rutina Wesley, Ron Perlman
Film and Things which I’ve been following for a while reviewed 13 Sins back in March. Also, Cibarra, whom I co-wrote a few movie reviews with on my blog, was intrigued by 13 Sin’s premise and suggested we check it out.
Once again I find that I am the inspiration for a fellow blogger, as today we are joined by Todd from Cinema Monolith. He is here to share his thoughts on a film he saw me review a while ago, a little British thriller named Eden Lake. It’s always a pleasure to get Todd involved on my site, and I know the feelings are more than mutual as these are words he actually said about me on his site:
Thank you, Tyson, and thank you for taking time out of your busy day to visit my humble blog. Oh, and Tyson…thank you for making me a better writer, an even better human being, and an overall wonderful guy.
Sure, it may be in a sarctastic manner, but that’s not the point. Anyway, after reading his review please be sure to stop by his site and abuse him a little.