Thursday, January 11, 2001
"I've been approached by a website that specializes in movie posters. I've been approached for affiliate programs before, but this site I liked. I live in a small apartment, but I have lots of wall space, so posters and I get along really well, and this site understands about collecting, caring for and preserving vintage and current movie posters, and they have a LOT to choose from. So, if you're interested in film paraphenalia, give the banner on the main page a click. I'm only putting one banner in, so you won't see any on the review pages themselves. I just thought it was a nice site, and if you buy anything from them after going there from this site, I get a percentage of the sale, so you'll be supporting this site as well. Anyway, next on my list is Shadow of the Vampire, which I _thought_ was being released on December 29th, 2000, and it was... just only in New York and Los Angeles. Ah well, at least by doing that they qualify for this year's Oscars. The nationwide release is January 26th, 2001, and I plan on blowing off Second City coming to the University I'm at to go and see this, so high are my hopes for the film. In case you haven't heard about it, it's starring John Malkovich, William DeFoe, Eddie Izzard and Cary Elwes, and it's about F. W. Murneau filming 'Nosferatu' way back around 1917 or so. It looks to be very well done, and it's the flagship production from Nicolas Cage's new production company "Saturn Films" You'll get the review as soon as I get home (and probably as soon as I can get my hands to stop trembling, if this film turns out to be as I hope). In the meantime, if you like movie posters, give the folks at MovieGoods a look-see, and I'll keep on keepin' on as I always have been. Excelsior!"