Other Stuff (if anybody cares)…

Sometimes I post reviews of films or books on other sites that are open to all contributors, such as IMDB or Amazon.com. I do this very rarely—it’s only when I’m in the mood, and usually only when I feel something is so good I need to endorse it (although I have made the occasional comment when I think something is not up to snuff; I just always try to make sure those comments are contributing to an intelligent dialogue). Here are links where you can read those if you’re interested…please keep in mind that most of these are much older. With the explosion of the popularity of Goodreads, blogs, and consumer reviewing in general, I don’t feel I need to keep a running list here anymore.

Amazon.com

The Everything Ghost Hunting Book: Tips, Tools, & Techniques for Exploring the Supernatural World

The best book to get: covers topics other guides don’t, September 28, 2009

Ghost Hunters: Season 4, Part 2

Interesting…..in a hokey sort of way….[insert loud music here], May 12, 2009

(I didn’t write this review, but added a comment, because the reviewer was right on.)

How Not to Write a Novel: 200 Classic Mistakes and How to Avoid Them–A Misstep-by-Misstep Guide

Every writer should read this book, April 26, 2008

The Jungle Book (40th Anniversary Platinum Edition)

I’m sorry, but cropping is ridiculous, October 4, 2007

Midsummer

GREAT READ– a taut, page-turning exploration of human emptiness, March 28, 2007

Age of Consent

Nerve-shredding, well-written scare!, March 2, 2007

Vertigo

Great Ride — Puts Poe’s Unreliable Narrator to Shame!, February 13, 2007

IMDB (Internet Movie Database)

Destination Truth’s “Live from Ireland: The Search for the Banshee Ghost” (2011)

THAT’S the Spirit! Destination Truth’s “Live from Ireland: The Search for the Banshee Ghost” illustrated what real-time televised paranormal investigations can—and should—be 18 March 2011

The Princess & the Frog (2009)

Disney’s Triumphant Return to 2-D, 26 November 2009

Frogs (1972)

Frogs is a film…that may run deep, 27 March 2002

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