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Sci-Fi Boys (documentary not on Mubi) 3 stars Hellraiser: Revelations (not on Mubi) 2 Stars The Howling: Reborn (not on Mubi) 1 star Snowglobe (not on Mubi) 1 star 12Dates of Christmas (not on Mubi) 3stars Christmas Cupid (not on Mubi) 3stars Holiday In Handcuffs 2 Stars. Snow. 2 stars. Snow (part) 2. 2.5 stars. Wrong Turn (part) 5. 1star I’m trying to catch up on a lot of cancelled television shows (mostly ones that ended years ago, maybe even decades ago) like Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman, and Six Feet Under. Last year, starting in March, I decided to chronicle each month’s film viewing. I stopped after May. Why quit after three… Read more

Sci-Fi Boys (documentary not on Mubi) 3 stars
Hellraiser: Revelations (not on Mubi) 2 Stars
The Howling: Reborn (not on Mubi) 1 star
Snowglobe (not on Mubi) 1 star
12Dates of Christmas (not on Mubi) 3stars
Christmas Cupid (not on Mubi) 3stars
Holiday In Handcuffs 2 Stars.
Snow. 2 stars.
Snow (part) 2. 2.5 stars.
Wrong Turn (part) 5. 1star

I’m trying to catch up on a lot of cancelled television shows (mostly ones that ended years ago, maybe even decades ago) like Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman, and Six Feet Under.

Last year, starting in March, I decided to chronicle each month’s film viewing. I stopped after May. Why quit after three months?? Well, I found myself watching films simply so I could put them on the list. If I saw 100 films one month, it would be shameful to see fewer the next, no?? Of course, that was ridiculous, and I didn’t feel that I was fully focusing my time on some of the watched films, either. I’ve decided to try again this year. Here’s some things to know:
1. I hope to gain something by making this list. I don’t think that these lists merely serve as personal reminders of what we watched. If you look at my list, and notice (most likely after fifty or more posts) that there is a filmmaker noticeably absent, suggest a film. Or if you see a pattern in films I’m watching, and think you can discern others I’d like or want to watch, again, your suggestions are welcome.
2. I plan on making one list. That way I’m not comparing my month by month “progress.”
3. The first time I tried a list like this one, I included films I was “re-watching.” I’m not going to do that this time. For example, every April I watch Dazed and Confused. I have the film memorized. But I won’t be including it in this list since. HOWEVER, if I watch a film I’ve seen before, but gain a new understanding of it, or if it’s a film I watched before but barely remembered it, I will include it.
4. Since I’m starting a bit late, I’m going to use my Netflix queue as a guide, so my January watches (at least most of them) will be included, even though I didn’t decide to do this list until February.
Enjoy!!

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