|The Sun Sets On 2012|
Thanks to Phil Neff for encouraging me to program movies for the two Movies At Dog Farm Events that ultimately led me here. I look forward to programming one for the spring.
Thanks to all the new friends and acquaintances that I met through these events (and through the Facebook page promoting them) for encouraging me, as well. The Movies At Dog Farm blog would not have happened had I not been trying to share what were actually blog entries on that original Movies At Dog Farm group page.
Finally, thanks to all the other bloggers I've met while getting my own blog off the ground. I'm inclined to think better of the world in general when I see others with no vested interest in the success of this enterprise taking time out from their own projects to offer kind words, tips, and support. Your input is greatly appreciated.
I'd also like to take a moment to draw attention to the banner for the Horror Blogger Alliance in the Dog Farm sidebar. They've been kind enough to admit me into their ranks. There's loads of great content there, so be sure to check it out.
Going forward . . . you can expect to see my thoughts on Texas Chainsaw 3D sometime next weekend. I'm also hoping to add the occasional guest post just to keep things interesting. Horror is my wheelhouse, but I'd like to see Movies At Dog Farm maintain a slightly broader scope. I'll also continue to tweak existing content in the new year - Movies At Dog Farm Remembers, Noteworthy On Netflix - so if you see something you like (or don't like) please keep me posted.
On a related note, The Dog Farm Kennel chatroom at the bottom of the page is almost always open if I'm online. Just bark, and I should hear the notification. The one thing I miss here in the blogosphere is the social interaction of the Facebook group page.
Movies At Dog Farm resolves the following for 2013:
. . . to watch at least one "regular movie" for every three "Dog Farm movies" I watch.
. . . to smile more. My look of perpetual consternation is etching itself permanently into my face.
|Photo Credit: Dave Engledow on 1x.com and on Facebook|
. . . to reserve judgement on the forthcoming remakes of Evil Dead and Suspiria until presented with the irrefutable empirical evidence that the remakes are, in fact, inferior to the originals.
. . . to create a podcast.
. . . to get through the next Movies At Dog Farm Event without pain killers or antibiotics.
. . . to do my damnedest not to age this year. This shit has got to stop.
Keep coming to visit, and I'll do my best to make Movies At Dog Farm a place worth visiting!
Have a safe and happy New Year!
Posted by Brandon Early