Day Three, everyone! Gill and I have been enjoying reading all your great posts, and we look forward to seeing what you’ve got for the blogosphere today. Feel free to send us your entries throughout the day to us, and we’ll post them as soon as possible. And here are Days One and Two if you’ve missed them.
Ready for more awesomeness? Off we go…
Sally at 18 Cinema Lane starts us off with her review of 2000’s Taming Andrew.
For my second and last review of the blogathon, I bring you the 2003 indie film, Pieces of April.
Katherine at The Maidens of Green Gables looks at a 1993 Hallmark favorite, Skylark.
Jenny from Silver Screen Suppers takes us into Jessica Fletcher’s cozy kitchen on Murder, She Wrote.
Eric at Diary of A Movie Maniac regales us on the perils of summer rentals in 1976’s Burnt Offerings.
Catherine at Thoughts All Sorts gives us her take on the 1960 Robert Mitchum-Eleanor Parker film, Home From the Hill.
Stabford Dethrage has this review of the 1979 horror classic, The Amityville Horror.
Michael from Maniacs and Monsters peers into the strange world of 2015’s Crimson Peaks.
Kevin from A Scunner Darkly takes us to Scotland with a review of the 1996 miniseries, The Crow Road.
Shane from Acting Funny joins us with a look at an early power couple of cinema: George Albert Smith and Laura Bayley.
Andrew from Maniacs and Monsters takes us to The Lodge for some timely horror.
Thanks for reading, everyone, and hope to see you tomorrow for a little wrap-up post…