Happy New Year … I’m back

Let’s just say this. The last time I posted on this blog, Fantastic Four (aka Fant4stic) was my fifth most anticipated movie for the summer of 2015 … a lot has changed.

I’ve been away too long, and I know you’ve all missed me so I’m back to fill that void. I haven’t stopped seeing movies (I’ve seen 45 released in 2016 so far) so let’s get this blog up and running again.

WHAT TO EXPECT

In January and February, most posts will pertain to end of year wrap-ups (Such as most disappointing movies of 2016, top 10 movies of 2016, top 10 worst movies of 2016, etc.) leading up to the Oscar nominations (released Jan. 24) and awards ceremony (Feb. 26). Upon release of the nominations, I will post my thoughts.

I may sprinkle a review in here or there, but January and February are traditionally the worst months of the year for movies (with the exception of Deadpool in 2016) and I will spend most of my time catching up on all the Oscar movies that haven’t been released in Northeast Pennsylvania. February may have a few hidden gems in John Wick: Chapter 2 and The LEGO Batman Movie, but I digress.

After the 89th Academy Awards, the summer movie season pretty much starts in March, with Logan coming out March 3 (my birthday), and we’ll have another exciting slate of blockbusters.

Shoutout to my friend, John Lund, for the push to get this going again.

Let’s have fun in 2017 and talk movies. It’s good to be back.

Cheers.

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About dukemich

Samuel L. Jackson
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