I am in the minority. The 85th Academy Awards were announced this morning inside the luxurious Samuel Goldwyn Theatre in California, and I was front and center in front of a television screen at 8:30AM hanging off every name that was rambled off by co-presenters Seth McFarlane and Emma Stone.
But I realize, that few, at least of those that visit this site, share my enthusiasm. According to our recent data, there are over 4,700 members on Killerreviews.com and I am guessing that
It’s 2013 and it is projected that more than one-quarter of the world will have New Year’s Resolutions or specific hopes for the upcoming 2013 days. I am no different. Although I have no true ‘resolutions’ (drinking less and losing the small bit of a beer gut that makes me look like a white Ethiopian, notwithstanding), there are 5 things that I am wishing or hoping for as my new calendar gets magnetically posted on my refrigerator. Nothing unachievable. I will not suffer disappointment and expect
We still have yet to see Zero Dark Thirty, but with over 400 other titles already screened, I think I can stand confidently behind my list of the Best and Worst of 2012. Here are my lists:
Best of 2013:
10. Moonrise Kingdom
9. The Impossible
8. End of Watch
6. Life of Pi
5. The Sessions
2. Silver Linings Playbook
Worst of 2013:
10. Dark Shadows
Updated 12-31-2012 at 06:48 PM by GregMO ROberts
It’s the end of the year. A time when just about everyone has a ‘list’ of some sorts or at least a recap of things that have occurred during the year. Killerreviews is no different. We will be posting out ‘Best Of’ lists shortly, but for now, we just want to take a look back on the year that was on the site.
From an overall traffic view, we started 2012 with a bang. January brought in over 167,000 page views which was our highest total ever achieved. We dipped to a low of 130,000
I always thought that there should be some kind of Academy Award for movie trailers. Those masters of the 2 minute promo have the ability to whet my appetite for even the most atrocious of movies. They can make Battlefield Earth look like The Godfather. They can make Howard the Duck look like The Wizard of Oz.
Their trade is plied on two to two-and-a-half minutes of film cutting. In fact, the MPAA mandates that trailers not be more than 2:30 in length. Each movie studio gets