Tuesday, June 30, 2009

The RW Quarterly, Vol. II - Issue 2

Any whore worth his salt knows you have to step back from the daily grind now and again to do a little bookkeeping. The Reel Whore Quarterly indexes all the films I've seen and any corresponding reviews posted from the last 13 weeks.

Every review I've posted is linked. Films italicized in blue are in the review queue so be sure to check back for those. If you see a film below that deserves a whore-treatment but isn't slated to receive it, request it!

The second quarter of '09 finds me with a tally of 35 films viewed, maintaining the steady pace set during first quarter. That's no small feat considering I have been revisiting the HBO series Deadwood starting with Season 1, Disc 1. I am currently watching Season 3, Disc 2. I would have been finished had I not gotten swept into Mad Men Season 1 this last month. I'm fairly confident I will wrap up Deadwood by the end of next week, just in time for the release of Mad Men Season 2. If I keep picking up shows on DVD, I may not have time for any movies during third quarter!

The Reel Whore's Movies Watched
April 1 to June 30, 2009

38. Saw V
39. Adventureland
40. The Haunting in Connecticut
41. Blue Vinyl
42. Wolverine
43. Best in Show (CDtZ submission)
44. Observe and Report
45. Crank: High Voltage
46. Zhou Yu's Train
47. Sunshine Cleaning
48. State of Play
49. New in Town
50. Brotherhood of the Wolf (CDtZ submission)
51. The Taking of Pelham One Two Three
52. The Spirit
53. Star Trek
54. Moulin Rouge (CDtZ submission)
55. Coraline
56. Knowing
57. Shall We Kiss?
58. Terminator Salvation
59. Ghosts of Girlfriends Past
60. Sixteen Candles
61. Sin Nombre
62. Drag Me to Hell
63. The Hangover
64. Secretary (CDtZ submission)
65. Goonies
66. The Taking of Pelham 123
67. Every Little Step
68. Paul Blart: Mall Cop
69. The Soloist
70. Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
71. Eros
72. Bad Santa (CDtZ submission)

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  1. Are you loving Deadwood? That, my friend, is great friggin' television. It killed me that there were only three seasons. I do still need to hop on the Mad Men bandwagon tho'.

  2. @Friend Mouse- Absolutely LOVE Deadwood, and not just for the language and killing. The scheming, plotting and double-crossing is so intense. Also, it's great to see Bullock wail on someone when he needs to vent.

    @Fletch- A lil' bit. :D Reflecting back on the last few months and I understand why I never have enough time in a day!