Re-Watchterpiece Theater is a series that explores the organic way that attitudes about films change after you watch them a second time, a third time, or more, further down the line than the original viewing.
Today’s Re-Watchterpiece Theater target is actually a direct result of TV. Specifically, I binge-watched NBC’s Hannibal– two seasons, 26 episodes- over the span of about one week. That I watched that much of it so quickly should tell you everything you need to know about my opinion of that show. Ultimately, it inspired me to re-watch the most popular version of everyone’s favorite cannibal, 1991’s The Silence of the Lambs. It’s a film I hadn’t seen in two decades. What changed? Continue reading
It’s time to right a wrong. TDYLF has featured a lot of great moments in movie history (using stick figures) through the years, but there’s one very memorable film that has somehow escaped the stick figure clutches. Today, that all changes. Welcome to the stick figure canon, The Silence of the Lambs (1991) and Buffalo Bill. Enjoy! Continue reading
If the internet teaches us anything, it’s that there’s no shortage of people willing to say bizarre and often stupid things. Even people with reasonable things to say occasionally butcher the language with poor grammar. It makes for a good time for the rest of us. In other words, I’m revisiting a subject I touched on a few weeks ago- bad Netflix viewer reviews. These are presented completely unedited. Continue reading
Filed under Humor, Movies
When I passed the 100,000 hit marker in November, I honored the event with what became one of my most popular entries- 100 Things I Love About the Movies. As it turns out, my odometer recently rolled over another milestone- the 200,000 hit marker. As logic follows, I’m due for another stroll down 100 Things Avenue. So without further ado, here are 100 More Things I Love About the Movies: Continue reading