Our favourite sites and those that we visit on a regular basis are posted below.
Film Online Magazines and Blogs
Fernby Films – Rodney & Warwick Twelftree run South Australian film production company Fernby Films. This is their excellent site which features updates of their upcoming and ongoing film projects as well as hundreds of in-depth film reviews that are well worth reading.
Front Room Cinema – A super site run by the nicest guy in Brighton Scott Lawlor. Scott is a self-confessed techie. The picture gallery of his “front room cinema”, which can be viewed on the site, will have most armchair film fans gushing in admiration. Oh yes, instead of a fireplace Scott warms himself up with a 92 inch cinema screen! Front Room Cinema is great for all those technology questions regarding home cinema set-up but Scott also writes intriguing Midweek Mumblings about life and film, as well as reviews for movies new and old.
Hollywood Spy – One of the leading film news sites on the web, Hollywood Spy is updated daily with all the latest gossip, trailers, castings, images and more from the movie world. For your daily dose of Hollywood there is no better place than here.
Down With Film is run by film-loving twosome Allen and Dave who rant, rave, joke and above all enjoy films new and old.
Anamalous Material – The Granddaddy of movie blogs. Regularly updated articles spanning reviews, news, Top 5s, 10s, 100s, random thoughts and thoughtful mumblings, and lots more. What really sets it apart is blog owner Castor and his enthusiasm for cinema. The community of contributors is one of the best on the net.
Subtitled Online – A cultured view on world film and television. Editor Darren Howells tells Top 10 Films: “subtitledonline.com is clearly a needed antithesis to what the media in this country (and beyond) is shackled into promoting. From Lebanon to Japan, from cult classics to GLBT cinema, we offer an alternative to film fans tired of the sterile, safe and clichéd Hollywood offerings that tend to dominate our media.”
French Toast Sunday – is made up of a few select film enthusiasts from Baltimore, MD. More than just movie lovers, they are also friends. This is a great film site with loads of content including reviews, features, podcasts and film lists.
What Movie Should I Watch – The ultimate film finder. Whatever your mood, What Movie Should I Watch has the answer.
Awesome Thrillers – a website devoted to thrillers.
Film Forager – Alex Kittle always has something interesting to say about the movies she watches. Film Forager is a lively, educational look at Alex’s life through the movies.
Natsukashi – For a bit of nostalgia, a few laughs, and a love of cinema past and present look no further. Natsukashi debuted in the Spring of 2008 on the premise to revisit films we loved as kids to see if they hold up as adults. Featuring well-written critiques, the website’s shining glory is its podcasts and the industry veterans they interview. From directors to actors to special-effects staff to bit-part players, each retrospective is graced by the presence of someone associated with the movie. Highly recommended.
RossvRoss.com – The movie battleground. Writer’s Ross McG and Ross McD (who modestly claim to know zip about movies) take it in turns to belittle each others opinion on various cinematic matters in a fight to see who knows best. Funny, smartly written, frequently updated.
M. Carter @ the Movies – insightful, thoughtfully written film comment and criticism with plenty of friendly debate.
Cinema Sights – Thoughtful film commentary and reviews by film critic James Ewing
Cut The Crap Film Reviews – regularly updated film reviews for new and old films.
Movie Mobsters – packed full of reviews, news, and top movie lists, Heather and her team at Movie Mobsters have created an entertaining and informative file site with a friendly and very active community of readers.
The Lamb – or more informatively “The Large Association of Movie Blogs”. The one-stop online destination for all things movie related in blog world.
Other great sites:
Drew Struzan – Ever wondered who created all those magical painted movie posters such as Back To The Future, Batteries Not Included, or Adventures in Babysitting. Well, head to artist Drew Struzan’s page to meet the man who did them all.
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