Greetings everyone! I thought I’d take a moment to let you all know about a new book written by a former DVDCorner writer named D.M. Anderson. At its heart, “Cinema 69: From Victory To Wonderland” is a personal and nostalgic non-fiction book about a now defunct Milwaukie, Oregon movie theater, but it’s also about childhood, change, a love of film, and cherished memories. If you’re a long time Portland area resident (or a Milwaukie resident for that matter), this book will certainly hit home. However, you don’t have to live in Oregon to connect with the novel’s identifiable true life stories and tales of cinematic bliss.
The indie novel is available to purchase on Amazon here: http://www.amazon.com/Cinema-69-Wonderland-D-M-Anderson/dp/1530775620?ie=UTF8&keywords=cinema%2069&qid=1464663806&ref_=sr_1_1&s=books&sr=1-1
It is available as a paperback for $12.99 or through Kindle for $4.99.
Back in February, I posted a list of 10 random recommendations (link here: https://dvdcorner.net/2016/02/10/10-random-recommendations/) of things I treasure and I figured it was time for a follow-up. Much like last time, this list covers a variety of things such as YouTube series, movies, a podcast, comic books, a soda, a board game, a TV series and an album. I simply want to get the word out about this stuff so that others can enjoy it as much as I have. So, without further adieu… Continue reading
“The Farmer’s Llamas” is a fun “Shaun The Sheep” adventure. Continue reading
As a lifelong TMNT fan, my anticipation for “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows” is growing by the day. While I’m not expecting it to be a masterpiece by any means, I am thrilled to finally see Krang, Bebop, and Rocksteady on the big screen at long last. Since I have Turtles on the brain, it should come as no surprise that this week’s ranking/list is devoted to the theatrical films of the heroes in a half shell. On with the list! Continue reading
“The Finest Hours” is a by-the-numbers historical drama. Continue reading
“Monsterland” is a better than average horror anthology film. Continue reading
With “X-Men: Apocalypse” a few days, it should come as no surprise that this week’s list is devoted to the “X-Men” franchise. Below you will find my personal ranking of the “X-Men” universe films (“Deadpool” included). On with the ranking! Continue reading