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DECEMBER 2011 IN FILM

Year’s over! I now blog at filmghoul.tumblr.com (which you should follow if you’re haven’t already!) but I think I’ll keep my 2012 list on this defunct blog.

Films

  1. When You Comin’ Back, Red Ryder? (Milton Katselas, 1979)(T)
  2. Cropsey(Barbara Brancaccio & Joshua Zeman, 2009)
  3. The Seventh Victim (Mark Robson, 1943)
  4. A Christmas Story (Bob Clark, 1983)(T)
  5. Flunky, Work Hard (short; Mikio Naruse, 1931)
  6. High (Larry Kent, 1967)
  7. Séance (Kiyoshi Kurosawa, 2000)
  8. Cure (Kiyoshi Kurosawa, 1997)
  9. Cars 2 (John Lasseter & Brad Lewis, 2011)
  10. Insidious (James Wan, 2010)
  11. The Muppets (James Bobin, 2011)(T)
  12. The Artist (Michel Hazanavicius, 2011)(T)
  13. Rango (Gore Verbinski, 2011)
  14. The Body Snatcher (Robert Wise, 1945)
  15. Submarine (Richard Ayoade, 2011)
  16. The Oregonian (Calvin Lee Reeder, 2011)
  17. War Horse (Steven Spielberg, 2011)(T)
  18. The Ides of March (George Clooney, 2011)(T)
  19. Drive Angry (Patrick Lussier, 2011)
  20. Season of the Witch (Dominic Sena, 2011)
  21. Justin Bieber: Never Say Never (Jon M. Chu, 2011)
  22. The Scarlet Worm (Michael Fredianelli, 2011)
  23. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (David Fincher, 2011)(T)
  24. Young Adult (Jason Reitman, 2011)(T)
  25. Carrie (Brian De Palma, 1976)
  26. Dressed to Kill (Brian De Palma, 1980)
  27. Critters (Stephen Herek, 1986)
  28. Critters 2: The Main Course (Mick Garris, 1988)
  29. Critters 3 (Kristine Peterson, 1991)
  30. Critters 4 (Rupert Harvey, 1992)
  31. Pleasures of the Flesh (Nagisa Oshima, 1965)
  32. Violence at Noon aka Violence at High Noon (Nagisa Oshima, 1966)
  33. The Saga of the Viking Women and Their Voyage to the Waters of the Great Sea Serpent aka Viking Women and the Sea Serpent (Roger Corman, 1957)
  34. Creature from the Haunted Sea (Roger Corman, 1961)
  35. Attack of the Giant Leeches (Bernard L. Kowalski, 1959)
  36. The Sitter (David Gordon Green, 2011)(T)
  37. Tinker Taylor Soldier Spy (Tomas Alfredson, 2011)(T)
  38. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Niels Arden Oplev, 2009)
  39. Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (Brad Bird, 2011)(T)
  40. Mysterious Skin (Gregg Araki, 2004)

Rewatched

  1. Black Christmas (Bob Clark, 1974)(T)
  2. Bellflower (Evan Glodell, 2011)
  3. The Social Network (David Fincher, 2010)

Television

  1. Adventure Time, 1x02-1x17, 3x19-3x20, 1x18-1x26 (completed)
  2. Blue Sunshine’s 2nd Annual Christmas TV Trash Party
  3. Degrassi Junior High, 1x01-1x13 (completed), 2x01-2x03
  4. Fringe, 2x06-2x23 (completed)
  5. The Big Bang Theory, 4x01-4x08
  6. Grey’s Anatomy, 7x01-7x04
  7. Rocko’s Modern Life, 1x01

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November 2011 in films

Films

  1. Paranormal Activity 3 (Henry Joost & Ariel Schulman, 2011)(T)
  2. Main Attraction (short; Mario DeGiglio-Bellemare, 2011)
  3. Romper Stomper (Geoffrey Wright, 1992)
  4. Village of the Damned (Wolf Rilla, 1960)
  5. Christiane F. - Wir Kinder vom Bahnhof Zoo (Uli Edel, 1981)(T)
  6. Sleepaway Camp (Robert Hiltzik, 1983)
  7. Darwin’s Nightmare (Hubert Sauper, 2004)
  8. The Children (Max Kalmanowicz, 1980)
  9. Dark Water (Hideo Nakata, 2002)
  10. Ringu 2 (Hideo Nakata, 1999)
  11. Strange Circus (Sion Sono, 2005)
  12. Eden Lake (James Watkins, 2008)
  13. Series 7: The Contenders (Daniel Minahan, 2001)
  14. Tales of West Street (Part One) - The Vanishing Spring Light (Xun Yu, 2011)
  15. Soylent Green (Richard Fleischer, 1973)
  16. Resurrect Dead: The Mystery of the Toynbee Tiles (Jon Foy, 2011)
  17. Inside Lara Roxx (Mia Donovan, 2011)(T)
  18. Mondo Cane (Gualtiero Jacopetti, Paolo Cavara & Franco Prosperi, 1962)(T)
  19. Repo Man (Alex Cox, 1984)
  20. The War Game (Peter Watkins, 1965)(T)
  21. Mindfield (Jean-Claude Lord, 1989)
  22. Rasen (Jōji Iida, 1998)
  23. The Ring (Gore Verbinski, 2002)
  24. The Ring Two (Hideo Nakata, 2005)
  25. Hugo (Martin Scorsese, 2011)(T)
  26. Heavenly Creatures (Peter Jackson, 1994)
  27. Cat People (Jacques Tourneur, 1942)
  28. Kairo (Kiyoshi Kurosawa, 2001)
  29. Trees Lounge (Steve Buscemi, 1996)
  30. Diary of the Dead (George A. Romero, 2007)
  31. Deadly Eyes (Robert Clouse, 1982)(T)
  32. Dragonslayer (Tristan Patterson, 2011)
  33. Putty Hill (Matthew Porterfield, 2010)
  34. I Walked With a Zombie (Jacques Tourneur, 1943)

Rewatched

  1. Home Movie (Christopher Denham, 2008)
  2. Lake Mungo (Joel Anderson, 2008)
  3. Ringu (Hideo Nakata, 1998)
  4. Children of Men (Alfonso Cuaron, 2006)
  5. Videodrome (David Cronenberg, 1983)

Television

  1. Downer Express Suicide Weekend Quadruple Bill, 04/11@ Blue Sunshine: The Day I Died (Robert Floethe, 1977) + ABC’s Dinky Hocker Shoots Smack! (Tom Blank, 1979) + All My Tomorrows (Ronald Floethe, 1979) + ABC’s Stoned (John Herzfeld, 1980)
  2. Hey Arnold!, 1x03-1x13a
  3. Regular Show, 3x10, 1x00-1x01
  4. Adventure Time, 2x21, 1x00-1x01, 3x17-3x18

    REMINDER

    swampandreviews/filmghoul has moved to filmghoul.tumblr.com!!

    THE END? NOT REALLY, ANNOUNCEMENT TIME!
I’m putting this blog to sleep. It’s been a good 3 years, but I’ve had enough of this free-for-all format and I need a blog that - this is going to sound pretentious - suits my plans and vision for 2012 and onward. The layout is much more visual, finally allowing myself to blog in a purely screencap-driven way, when needed, yet make my writing pleasing to the eye the rest of the time. I will not write less, but my writing will be increasingly careful and concise - as you can already see with the few posts on there. This is a secondary blog so I can’t follow back and can’t activate replies - and I think I like it that way. If you want to talk, let’s talk by all means - you’ll know where to find me, I’m sure.
The pages at the top will be my attempt at historicizing my film consumption. Give it time, they will fill up quite quickly. 
I was going to wait until January 2012 to make the switch but I got impatient, started posting, got to a satisfying level of HTML experimenting - only me riffing on an available theme, nothing major - and some people already know about it so I felt like announcing this now.Suggested are more than welcome as well! Let me know!
I have to say both bloggers nosex and branduponthebrain were quite inspirational, as far as film blogging format & looks are concerned.
Thank you angelica for the design & HTML tips.Oh, the adress! Not awfully complicated: filmghoul.tumblr.com. I will most probably get my own domain name in the future -and install comments - so I’ll let you know then as well.See you on the other side! I’m actually quite curious to see who follows me there! 
-Ariel
PS. I will also complete my “2011 in film” list on this blog so expect 2 final posts!
Also, something slightly different: reviews & thoughts might be added below the screencaps retroactively so I’d recommend checking back once in a while through the main page rather than the dashboard…I realise this is unpractical but it will happen!

    THE END? NOT REALLY, ANNOUNCEMENT TIME!

    I’m putting this blog to sleep. It’s been a good 3 years, but I’ve had enough of this free-for-all format and I need a blog that - this is going to sound pretentious - suits my plans and vision for 2012 and onward. The layout is much more visual, finally allowing myself to blog in a purely screencap-driven way, when needed, yet make my writing pleasing to the eye the rest of the time. I will not write less, but my writing will be increasingly careful and concise - as you can already see with the few posts on there. This is a secondary blog so I can’t follow back and can’t activate replies - and I think I like it that way. If you want to talk, let’s talk by all means - you’ll know where to find me, I’m sure.

    The pages at the top will be my attempt at historicizing my film consumption. Give it time, they will fill up quite quickly. 

    I was going to wait until January 2012 to make the switch but I got impatient, started posting, got to a satisfying level of HTML experimenting - only me riffing on an available theme, nothing major - and some people already know about it so I felt like announcing this now.

    Suggested are more than welcome as well! Let me know!

    I have to say both bloggers nosex and branduponthebrain were quite inspirational, as far as film blogging format & looks are concerned.

    Thank you angelica for the design & HTML tips.

    Oh, the adress! Not awfully complicated: filmghoul.tumblr.com. I will most probably get my own domain name in the future -and install comments - so I’ll let you know then as well.

    See you on the other side! I’m actually quite curious to see who follows me there! 

    -Ariel

    PS. I will also complete my “2011 in film” list on this blog so expect 2 final posts!

    Also, something slightly different: reviews & thoughts might be added below the screencaps retroactively so I’d recommend checking back once in a while through the main page rather than the dashboard…I realise this is unpractical but it will happen!

    FILM GHOUL is moving soon.

    Streamlined revision of my blogging ethos. I’ll let you know. 

    Looks like I’m accredited for RIDM…now I gotta figure how I’ll cover at least a fraction of the festival amidst the film I’m making and the gazillion (photo) essays I have due for school + a weekend horror class next weekend. Holy shit…!Some films I’m interested in seeing:
American Passages
Paradise Lost 3
Mondo Cane, 35mm print! ‘Nuff said.
Putty Hill
Resurrected Dead: The Mystery of the Toynbee Tiles
The Vanishing Spring Light
Dragonslayer
Better this World
Inside Lara Roxx
Les Trois Disparitions de Soad Hosni
What I’ll be missing, for sure:
The Jorgen Leth retrospective
The Frederic Wiseman retrospective (and Crazy Horse)
See you on the other side…

    Looks like I’m accredited for RIDM…now I gotta figure how I’ll cover at least a fraction of the festival amidst the film I’m making and the gazillion (photo) essays I have due for school + a weekend horror class next weekend. Holy shit…!

    Some films I’m interested in seeing:

    • American Passages
    • Paradise Lost 3
    • Mondo Cane, 35mm print! ‘Nuff said.
    • Putty Hill
    • Resurrected Dead: The Mystery of the Toynbee Tiles
    • The Vanishing Spring Light
    • Dragonslayer
    • Better this World
    • Inside Lara Roxx
    • Les Trois Disparitions de Soad Hosni

    What I’ll be missing, for sure:

    • The Jorgen Leth retrospective
    • The Frederic Wiseman retrospective (and Crazy Horse)

    See you on the other side…

    The Children (Max Kalmanowicz, 1980)

    The Children (Max Kalmanowicz, 1980)

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