November 10, 2010
I've been invited to participate in two new groups which are both born from the nostalgia of things that were once thriving in the past but then died slow deaths. Tyler Christian has started a new internet based show called "Citizen Critics" which is similar to the old way The Rotten Tomatoes Show would do their reviews. In fact, Tyler contacted many of the regular submitters of the now defunct RT Show asking them to contribute. That's how he found me. The site has a YouTube channel where Tyler will edit our submissions into little nuggets of gooey movie goodness for everyone to devour. I look forward to dusting off my old webcam and sharing my beautiful face with the world once again.
You can visit the "Citizen Critics" YouTube channel by clicking below:
You can already check out the theme song!
Also, my new buddy Squish at FilmSquish.com invited me to participate in the newly revived 1001 Movies to See Before You Die Club. I loved submitting to the old club, and I look forward to the fun to be had with the new version. They're starting off with an inaugural Blog-a-Thon beginning with one of my all-time favorite films, Georges Melies' A Trip to the Moon from 1902.
You can visit the 1001 Movies to See Club by clicking below. Also, click on the Blog-a-Thon image for more information on that aspect of the club.
I'll link all of my activity with these groups from my blog.