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Category: Monthly Reviews

May 2019 in Review

While it wasn’t by design, the year 1952 played a large part in my viewing habits for the month of May. Having said that I didn’t watch High Noon though […]

April 2019 In Review

My DVD-blu ray-VHS-Laserdsic machines sure get a break once April hits and there’s a very good reason why the time I set aside for watching movies is seriously cut down. […]

March 2019 In Review

Good thing I tried to shoehorn in as many movies as I possibly could in March because April means the Stanley Cup Playoffs accompanied by the start of the MLB […]

February 2019 In Review

The Oscars came, the Oscars went and as usual they had very little bearing on my viewing choices for the month. As a matter of fact this time around they […]

January 2019 in Review

Here we are off and running and I’ve already rewatched Rio Bravo on January 1st to welcome in the new year. I even caught up with an Oscar winner from […]

November 2018 In Review

November sometimes represents a month of horror movie withdrawal for me after binging on them for the Halloween season. With Christmas right around the corner and holiday movies lined up, […]

October 2018 In Review

Every year I eagerly anticipate the month of Halloween in hopes that some rare horror titles of the past are released to blu ray or maybe turn up on TCM. […]

September 2018 In Review

As most of you who drop in regularly already know, I’m way behind in keeping up with modern movie fare and shows that run on Netflix that I hear are […]

August 2018 In Review

No major road trip this month kept me closer to the TV set and the chance to knock off some of these blu rays and DVDs I’ve got piling up. […]

July 2018 In Review

If there’s one thing I have a nose for it’s finding movies and movie memorabilia. Would you believe in my hunt for DVD storage cases, I came across two at […]

June 2018 In Review

Having made the trip to a classic monsters film festival in Mars PA is easily the highlight of the month where movies are concerned. A month that saw the Stanley […]

May 2018 In Review

Highs and lows of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Balls and strikes, mostly strikes for the Blue Jays. Classics and Guilty pleasures. Toss in a road trip to end off the […]

March 2018 in Review

There’s really five seasons in Canada, the fifth one being the Hockey Season to go along with Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. Playoffs will be upon us soon enough but […]

February 2018 In Review

The short month. The Olympics, hockey, spring training camps openingĀ and trying to cram as many episodes of Impractical Jokers as is possible every time number 2 son Kirk comes home […]

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